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Teaching high school Physics in a way that engages students' attention and interest
Calculate the amount of krill a blue whale needs to eat in one mouthful to make it worth opening his mouth
Olympus Mons thought experiment - what would happen if we sledded down the slopes of the solar system's largest volcano?
A challenging lab that uses many principles of mechanics and requires careful data collection and analysis and gives an exciting conclusion.
A silly physics problem in which a student crash lands on a planet made entirely of memory foam
A Physics lesson involving an imagined launch from the tip of a wind turbine blade
A silly physics problem which works well as a classroom example - keeps the students' attention!
Making predictions about the relative coefficient of friction between guitar picks and surfaces
 
 

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Finding the Fun in Physics, Guitar-Pick Friction Lab, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Physics, Planet Memory Foam, The Death of Santa Claus
 

Understanding Coronavirus Spread

A Question and Answer session with Professor Puzzler about the math behind infection spread.

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