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Feynman’s Lectures on Physics – The Law of Gravitation

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Feynman’s Lectures on Physics – The Law of Gravitation

Ladies and gentleman, it’s my privilege to introduce the Messenger lecturer, Professor Richard P. Feynman of the California Institute of Technology. Professor Feynman is a distinguished theoretical physicist, and he’s done much to bring order out of the confusion which has marked much of the spectacular development in physics during the postwar period. Among his […]

(1 of 2) Mechanics – Review of all Topics – AP Physics C

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(1 of 2) Mechanics – Review of all Topics – AP Physics C

Bo: Hey, guys. Billy: Hey, Bo! ♫ (lyrics) Flipping Physics ♫ Mr. P: Ladies and gentlepeople, the bell has rung, therefore class has begun. Therefore you should be seated in your seat, ready and excited to start class. You should be aware that today we’re going to be reviewing everything we’ve ever learned in mechanics […]

⚡ “It’s not the volts that kill you, it’s the amps” ⚡

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⚡ “It’s not the volts that kill you, it’s the amps” ⚡

Every few days I get a comment on my videos saying “It’s not the volts that’ll kill you, it’s the amperes.” While there’s some truth to it, it’s basically a load of crap and dangerously misleading. So in this video I’m going to put on my beret and walrus mustache and bust this myth very […]

Ohm’s Law | #aumsum

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Ohm’s Law | #aumsum

Ohm’s Law Welcome to the Tribute to Scientists Association. Presenting, Sir Georg Simon Ohm. Let us study his law. German physicist Georg Simon Ohm stated that the electric current flowing through a metallic wire is directly proportional to the potential difference across its ends, provided its temperature remains the same. This law is called Ohm’s […]

6. Law of Conservation of Energy in Higher Dimensions

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6.  Law of Conservation of Energy in Higher Dimensions

If you’ve got a function f(x), you know the value at some point, and you want to go to a neighboring point, a distance Δx away. You ask, “How much does the function change?” And the answer is, the change in the function Δf is the derivative of the function at the starting point times […]

AP Physics 1: Work, Energy and Power Review

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AP Physics 1: Work, Energy and Power Review

mr.p: Good morning! Today we are going to review the topics of work, energy, power and Hooke’s law, which are covered on the AP Physics 1 exam. Bo: Hey guys. Billy: Hey Bo! Bobby: Hi Bo. ♫ Flipping Physics ♫ mr.p: From the equation sheet. In terms of an object or a group of objects, […]

Powerful Booster – Get Instant and Permanent Results + Uplifting Energy – Classical Music

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Powerful Booster – Get Instant and Permanent Results + Uplifting Energy – Classical Music

5. Work-Energy Theorem and Law of Conservation of Energy

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5. Work-Energy Theorem and Law of Conservation of Energy

I was going to do a brand new topic but I didn’t want to go without making sure everyone understands the loop-the-loop problem. Because that’s one problem where if you didn’t learn Newton’s laws and apply them properly, you just couldn’t figure it out, okay? All the other things we do, you know, blocks sliding […]

What are the current trends in the renewable energy sector?

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What are the current trends in the renewable energy sector?

Hello my name is Matt Lewis and I’m a corporate partner here in the energy team at Osborne Clarke. If you’re not familiar with Osborne Clarke we’re an international law firm, we’ve got offices in 25 locations across Europe, Asia and the U.S. We provide our services to our clients through various sectors and two […]

Science behind Railgun, ElectroBOOM Style

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Science behind Railgun, ElectroBOOM Style

Hi. I’m gonna make a rail gun, which is not the coil gun i made a while back. It’s gonna be /epic/, have you seen the rail gun made by the US military? /Clank/ /Poom/ /Haroomph/ The bullet is going at the /speed of light/ divided by 150,000 or over six times the speed of […]