Physics Activities and Links

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Make an Electromagnet:

Sound and waves:

Pythagorean tuning:

TedTalk on how our brains are conditioned to sound:

Coulomb’s Law:

Discovery of the Atom:

Oersted Compass:

Maxwell’s Equations (CrashCourse): 

Albert Einstein (brief): 

General Relativity Explained Simply & Visually (Has a short sponsored ad): 

Special Relativity (CrashCourse):

If Light has No Mass, Why…?:

Thermodynamics (CrashCourse): 

What is entropy?: 

Planck’s Constant and the Origin of Quantum Mechanics: 

Quantum Harmonic Oscillator:

A Better Way to Picture Atoms: 

Quantum Mechanics in Simple Words:

How the Third Law of Thermodynamics made Einstein Famous: 

Niels Bohr: 

Quantum Mechanics and the Schrödinger Equation:

Schrödinger's cat: 

The Born Rule: 

Quantum Fields:

Quantum Electromagnetics:

Quantum Electromagnetics & Feynman Diagrams:

Quantum Chromodynamics: 

Is this What Quantum Mechanics Looks Like? 

Geographic Poles & Magnetic Poles(dual language):

What it takes to be a Field Geophysicist:

Geophysics & Earthquake Prediction:

What is Geodesy?:

9 Impacts of Geodesy:

What is the theme in literature?:

Science Fiction Genre Characteristics:

The History of Science Fiction: 

Who is Issac Asimov?:

How to Build a Fictional World:

The Evolution of Science Fiction:

Sound: CrashCourse Physics:

Sound Wave Experiments:

Converting Pa to dB:

Max Planck - Accidentally Started Quantum Mechanics:

Max Planck Biography:

Literary devices, definitions, and examples: