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     1  ~ 2014 sep 13what is physicsWhat is physics ?| Explore | physics .orgThe dictionary definition of physics is “the study of matter, energy, and the interaction between them”, but what that really means is that physics is about asking ...
     1  +1 2014 sep 09how mobile worksHow do mobile phones work ?| Explore | physics.orgWith the arrival of the mobile phone in the 1980s, communications were no longer tethered to homes, offices or payphones. But the really clever invention wasn't ...
     1  ~ 2014 aug 12car shocks youWhy does my car door give me electric shocks ?| Explore | physics.orgIt's happened to us all before. You touch your car , door knob or even your cat and –ouch! – receive a small electric shock . They may seem to come from nowhere ...
     1  ~ 2014 jul 29jobs in physicsCareers | physics .orgphysics .org, your guide to physics on the web ... It's not just rocket science: physics is the route to so many careers, from predicting climate ... Featured Job Profile. ‎Cutting edge - ‎Space - ‎Sports & Games - ‎Something completely different
     1  ~ 2014 jul 17solar cell functionHow do solar cells work?| Explore | physics.orgSolar (or photovoltaic) cells convert the sun's energy into electricity. Whether they' re adorning your calculator or orbiting our planet on satellites, they rely on the ...
     2  ~ 2014 sep 30how cell phones work
     2  ~ 2014 sep 29s cool physicsphysics .org | Explore | S - Cool Revision - GCSE and A levelGCSE revision and A level revision | S - cool , the revision website. Jump to Navigation. Home. GCSE. A-Level. Timetable. Forum. Ask. What's new. Shop. Uni-find.
     2  ~ 2014 sep 21mathematics of beer bubblesphysics.org | Explore | Mathematics Of Beer BubblesLatest News -- ScienceDaily. Latest News. Monday, September 15, 2014. Featured Research. from universities, journals, and other organizations. Run, Cheetah ...
     2  +1 2014 sep 06banana dropped on cell phoneCould your phone harm your health?| Explore | physics.orgMobile phones emit and receive radio and microwave radiation in the range of 800 to ... sending text messages whilst lying on their back and dropping their phone on ... from your environment than you would be exposed to by eating a banana .
     2  +2 2014 aug 27air vaccum expereementArticle Title | Interact | physics.orgExplain to the audience that the vacuum pump removes air from the bottle. ... A similar effect to the marshmallow experiment can be observed by drinking half a ...
     2  ~ 2014 aug 25earth magnetic pole reversalIs it true that the Earth 's magnetic field is about to flip? | physics.orgLike football teams at half time, geophysicists think that the Earth's magnetic poles could soon switch ends with the magnetic north pole becoming south, and the ...
     2  ~ 2014 aug 24mirage in the desertWhat is a mirage ?| Explore | physics.orgUnder a baking sun, a weary traveller trudges across a seemingly never-ending expanse of desert . Looking up, he suddenly spots something in the distance: a ...
     2  ~ 2014 aug 17butter side downIs it true that toast always lands butter side down ? | physics.orgphysics.org Facts Posters - on the buses in the European Capital of Culture.
     2  +99 2014 jul 28charge-collector of generator lineElectrostatic Generator Using Falling Water Drops - Physics.orgAN IN- LINE WATERDROP ELECTROSTATIC GENERATOR ... Jello Mold with | ___|____|___| metal screen (negative charge collector ) ______ \ / \ / Metal.
     3  ~ 2014 oct 02micrometer screw gaugeUsing the vernier calipers and micrometer screw gauge - Physics.orgYour guide to physics on the web. physics.org is the place to be if you have a burning physics question, or if you just want to browse articles and interactive ...
     3  ~ 2014 sep 13tanserver wave animation examplephysics.org | Explore | Transverse and longitudinal waves .Here are some links and information for understanding transverse waves and longitudinal waves. These animated pages show the definitions in motion. A brief description of ... For example , with a transverse wave : Water waves are mostly ...
     3  ~ 2014 sep 11solar cell
     3  -1 2014 sep 09physicsphysics .org | HomeYour guide to physics on the web. physics .org is the place to be if you have a burning physics question, or if you just want to browse articles and interactive ...
     3  +29 2014 sep 08how do printers workHow does 3D printing work ?| Explore | physics.orgFrom building sites through science labs to hospitals, 3D printing is turning up in more places and creating objects on demand. But how to get from a design on a  ...
     3  -1 2014 sep 08news physicsNews | physics .orgphysics .org, your guide to physics on the web ... Latest News ... Physicists have successfully made a "tractor beam" in a water tank to control a table tennis ball.
     3  -2 2014 sep 01mobile phone future technologyFuture mobile phone technology | Explore | physics.orgFuture mobile phone technology . In just a few years, smartphones have taken over our lives – half of the UK population now owns one. We're hooked on ...
     3  +1 2014 aug 25physics help forumsphysics .org | Explore | Physics ForumsPhysics Forums . Science Education. Homework & Coursework Questions. (0 Viewing). Math & science homework help . Step by step help with coursework.
     3  +1 2014 aug 24magnetic pole shiftIs it true that the Earth's magnetic field is about to flip? | physics.org
     3  ~ 2014 aug 24physics help forumPhysics Forums . Science Education. Homework & Coursework Questions. (0 Viewing). Math & science homework help . Step by step help with ...
     3  +2 2014 aug 23how solar panels workHow do solar cells work ?| Explore | physics.org
     3  +1 2014 aug 13higgs boson explainedTop Four ' Higgs Boson Explanations' | Explore | physics.orgIan Sample from the Guardian explains the Higgs Boson using some table tennis balls, sugar and a tray ... A great animated explanation of the Higgs Boson  ...
     3  +1 2014 aug 11fireball space twitter background6 Things you may not know about the afterglow of the big bang Here are a few more little known facts about the cosmic background radiation.
     3  +2 2014 aug 08physics of thermosphysics .org | Explore | How Thermoses (Vacuum Flasks) WorkYour guide to physics on the web. physics .org is the place to be if you have a burning ... Most people have or are familiar with the " Thermos " (also known as a ...
     3  +3 2014 jul 31string theory timeWhat is string theory ?| Explore | physics.orgOne of the most promising of these new theories is string theory . ... usual dimensions: up-down, forwards-backwards, left-right and time , but string theory requires ...
     3  +3 2014 jul 18magnetic field of earthWhat causes the Earth's magnetic field ?| Explore | physics.orgOur planet's magnetic field is believed to be generated deep down in the Earth's core. Nobody has ever taken the mythical journey to the centre of the Earth , but ...
     4  ~ 2014 sep 29how metal detector worksphysics.org | Explore | Explain that stuff: How metal detectors workMetal detectors are based on the science of electromagnetism. Let's find out how they work ! Photo: This US Marine is using a Garrett metal ...
     4  -1 2014 sep 20how atoms workphysics.org | Explore | How Atoms WorkHowStuffWorks " How Atoms Work ". Adventure. Animals ... Atoms are in your body , the chair you are sitting in, your desk and even in the air. See more nuclear ...
     4  -1 2014 sep 18physic
     4  +6 2014 sep 14refraction water illusion photosWhat is a mirage?| Explore | physics.orgPicking up the pace in glee he strides ahead… only for the water to melt into thin air. ... The illusion results from the way in which light is refracted (bent) through air ... from the ground, so you perceive a refracted image of the sky on the ground.
     4  ~ 2014 sep 08how do solar panels workSolar (or photovoltaic) cells convert the sun's energy into electricity. ... Freeing up electrons is however only half the work of a solar cell : it then needs to herd ...
     4  -1 2014 sep 01frogs hanging upside downGeckos can hang upside down carrying 40kg | physics.orgFrogs Levitate in a strong enough magnetic field; If you hold up a grain of ... of sky it covers contains 10,000; Youve got one tonne of air pressing down on you, ...
     4  +2 2014 aug 02evolution of physicsPhysics Evolution - Physics .orgExplore the map to find the physics characters, their stories and how they influenced each other. Read stories about key characters in the evolution of physics .
     4  +2 2014 jul 28cell phone microwave radiationMobile phones emit and receive radio and microwave radiation in the range of 800 to 2600 MHz depending on your country and network. The radiation emitted  ...
     4  +1 2014 jul 26how vaccuum cleaners workphysics.org | Explore | How Vacuum Cleaners WorkHow Vacuum Cleaners Work . by Tom Harris. 0. Page. 1. 2. 3. 4. Vacuum Cleaner Image Gallery. In its 100-year history, the electric vacuum cleaner has become ...
     4  -1 2014 jul 17magnetic pole reversal
     5  ~ 2014 oct 03sky is blueWhy is the sky blue ?| Explore | physics.orgAfter days of rain, a patch of blue sky is a sight for sore eyes. But why is the ... Blue light (shorter wavelengh) is scattered more than red light (longer wavelength).
     5  -1 2014 oct 02real light saberAre lightsabers possible?| Explore | physics.orgProbably the most fundamental issue is that a lightsaber's blade needs to stop short ... be extremely unwieldy, not to mention constituting a real health and safety ...
     5  +4 2014 sep 28institute of physicsSearchable database of physics resources from the Institute of Physics which matches a person's question, age and knowledge profile to handpicked sites.
     5  +1 2014 sep 24why is the sky blueWhy is the sky blue ? After days of rain, a patch of blue sky is a sight for sore eyes. But why is the sky blue ? Let's start with the Sun. Light from the Sun appears ...
     5  -2 2014 sep 19solar cells
     5  ~ 2014 sep 05earths magnetic fieldOur planet's magnetic field is believed to be generated deep down in the Earth's core. Nobody has ever taken the mythical journey to the centre of the Earth, but ...
     5  +4 2014 sep 05invisibility cloakHow do ' invisibility cloaks ' work?| Explore | physics.orgInvisibility has long been employed in works of science fiction and fantasy, from ' cloaking devices' on spaceships in the various Star Trek series to Harry Potter's ...
     5  -1 2014 sep 02solar power cellsSolar (or photovoltaic) cells convert the sun's energy into electricity . Whether they' re adorning your calculator or orbiting our planet on satellites, they rely on the ...
     5  +5 2014 aug 27future mobile technology
     5  +1 2014 aug 27how photovoltaic cells workSolar (or photovoltaic ) cells convert the sun's energy into electricity. Whether they' re adorning your calculator or orbiting our planet on satellites, they rely on the ...
     5  ~ 2014 aug 24concave mirrors lensphysics.org | Explore | Mirrors , Lenses and Your EyesCONVEX. LENSES . Concave and convex lenses are used to bend the light rays which will change ... Curved mirrors produce the effect of enlarging or reducing.
     5  -2 2014 aug 19experiments with magnetsphysics.org | Explore | Magnet man: Cool experiments with magnetsCool Experiments with Magnets . This web site is devoted to magnetism and the cool experiments you can do with permanent magnets and ...
     5  -2 2014 aug 04nanotechnology in food packagingphysics.org | Explore | Food packaging using nanotechnologyFood Packaging Using Nanotechnology Methods: an Overview of 'Smart Packaging' and 'Active Packaging'. August 3, 2014. Browse by:Materials| Applications| ...
     5  ~ 2014 jul 29upcoming mobile technologiesIn just a few years, smartphones have taken over our lives – half of the UK population now owns one. We're hooked on touchscreens, apps and smartphone  ...
     6  -1 2014 sep 29zme sciencephysics.org | Explore | ZME ScienceZME Science : latest news and science articles. Skip to content. News. Environment. Health & Medicine. Feature. Q&A. More. ZME Science . About. Authors.
     6  ~ 2014 sep 24cloud in a bottleCloud In A Bottle - Physics.orgCloud In A Bottle . Now-you-see-it, now-you-don't! This is a good trick for people to try themselves, watching a cloud appear and disappear before their own eyes.
     6  +1 2014 sep 11north pole magnetWhy the North pole is actually a South seeking pole| Explore All magnets have a north-seeking pole (abbreviated to just north pole or N). It is the end that points north. This is often coloured red on a magnet or compass.
     6  ~ 2014 sep 06hydraulic machinesphysics.org | Explore | How Hydraulic Machines WorkPhysical Science. Dictionary. Science Vs. Myth. Space. Transportation. Home /. Science /. Transportation /. Engines & Equipment. How Hydraulic Machines Work .
     6  -1 2014 aug 30phd solar renewable physicsSolar Energy Physicist - Physics .orgAfter her degree, Jess studied a PhD in solar energy. "I really care about the environment and I knew that I wanted to work in renewable energy - but many of the ...
     6  +2 2014 aug 28future of mobile technology
     6  +3 2014 aug 27how flash memory worksphysics.org | Explore | How Flash Memory WorksComputer Hardware /. Memory. How Flash Memory Works . by Jeff Tyson. 0 ... Flash memory is used for easy and fast information storage in computers, digital ...
     6  ~ 2014 aug 26magnetic polar shift
     6  +4 2014 aug 25bbc bitesize gcsephysics.org | Explore | BBC GCSE Bitesize RevisionBBC - GCSE Bitesize - Science. British Broadcasting
     6  -2 2014 aug 22how gps worksHow does GPS work ?| Explore | physics.orgThe Global Positioning System ( GPS ) is a network of about 30 satellites orbiting the Earth at an altitude of 20,000 km. The system was originally developed by ...
     6  -1 2014 aug 22earth magnetic field
     6  -2 2014 aug 22silicon solar cellsSolar (or photovoltaic) cells convert the sun's energy into electricity. ... As these hit the silicon atoms of the solar cell , they transfer their energy to loose electrons,  ...
     6  +17 2014 aug 19energy skate parkphysics.org | Explore | Energy Skate ParkEnergy Skate Park - Conservation of Energy, Kinetic Energy, Potential Energy - PhET. Over 110 million simulations delivered. HTML. TRY OUR NEW HTML5 ...
     6  +1 2014 aug 13mobile phone isHow do mobile phones work?| Explore | physics.org
     6  ~ 2014 aug 13permeability of free spacephysics.org | Explore | Electric Permittivity and Magnetic PermeabilityThe magnetic permeability of free space is taken to have the exact value ... With the magnetic permeability established, the electric permittivity takes the value ...
     6  -1 2014 aug 09future of cell phonesFuture mobile phone technology| Explore | physics.orgFuture mobile phone technology. In just a few years, smartphones have taken over our lives – half of the UK population now owns one. We're hooked on ...
     6  ~ 2014 jul 30latest mobile phone technologyFuture mobile phone technology ... The latest research into nanomaterials promises ultra efficient systems that could power your phone using the vibrations of ...
     6  +1 2014 jul 24cricket ball swingsphysics.org | Explore | The Physics of Cricket : What is ' Swing Bowling'?To bowl this type of swing , a bowler must release the ball with the seam pointing ... This is why this type of swing works best with a brand new cricket ball : neither ...
     6  +12 2014 jul 18extremely strong magnetic materialFrogs Levitate in a strong enough magnetic field | physics.orgSome things like iron nails are known for their magnetic properties, but why
     7  +4 2014 oct 04how to levitateIs it possible to make a human levitate ? - Physics.orgNone of the frogs that have taken part in the diamagnetic levitation experiments have experienced any adverse effects, which bodes well for any future human ...
     7  +94 2014 oct 02google revision worldphysics.org | Explore | Revision World PhysicsPhysics (A-Level Revision) | a2-level-level-revision, physics-level-revision | Revision World . Cookie Control ... GCSE Revision. A LEVEL & IB ... google delicious.
     7  ~ 2014 sep 23gps technologyHow does GPS work?| Explore | physics.org
     7  +1 2014 sep 09madsciphysics.org | Explore | MadSci NetworkGoogle Search MadSci . Web. madsci .org. Google search allows you to use specific terms to narrow your query: Place a + before a word to have it included, ...
     7  ~ 2014 aug 21is wireless electricity possibleCutting the cord - Wireless electricity | Latest Features | physics.orgInstead of channelling current down wires, wireless electricity makes use of ... This is possible only if the note sung has the same frequency as the resonant ...
     7  ~ 2014 aug 19how does this workThe Global Positioning System (GPS) is a network of about 30 satellites orbiting the Earth at an altitude of 20,000 km. The system was originally developed by ...
     7  -1 2014 aug 17what is string theoryTim Whitwell is a research engineer who works in Hong Kong. He uses his physics knowledge to tackle acoustics, electromagnetic design and mechanics.
     7  -5 2014 aug 08a real lightsaberLightsabers are a genius idea: portable, lightweight, activated with the flick of a ... be extremely unwieldy, not to mention constituting a real health and safety ...
     7  +1 2014 aug 08future of mobile phones
     7  ~ 2014 aug 02why earthquakes occurWhy do earthquakes happen ?| Explore | physics.orgEarthquakes happen when energy is released as these plates slip past one another. Despite appearances, the ground beneath our feet is constantly on the ...
     7  +94 2014 aug 01optics for kidsphysics.org | Explore | Optics for KidsOptics For Kids . What Is Light? What Are Lenses? About Lasers Scientists & Engineers Resources. The Science and Engineering Behind Optics. By Bruce Irving ...
     7  -3 2014 jul 31functioning of solar panels
     8  ~ 2014 sep 19magic match trickMagical Match - Physics.orgA very visual physics-related magic trick to wow your audience. ... Rest a third match so that the head meets the other two, and the tail is resting on the table, ...
     8  -3 2014 sep 08made in starAre we really all made of stardust?| Explore | physics.orgIt sounds like a line from a poem, but there is some solid science behind this statement too: almost every element on Earth was formed at the heart of a star .
     8  +52 2014 aug 11are physics realAre lightsabers possible?| Explore | physics .orgA laser-powered lightsaber would therefore be extremely unwieldy, not to mention constituting a real health and safety nightmare. Allow the slightest lapse of ...
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