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Published in : 2016-02-02 | by Khan Academy
Let's use Einstein velocity addition to find a frame of reference where A and B are traveling in opposite directions at the same speed. Watch the next lesson: ...
Published in : 2016-07-28 | by jacksepticeye
Museum Of Simulation Technology is an insane game based around perspective. It will blow your mind! The Stanley Parable ...
Published in : 2011-05-06 | by Paul Schonfeld
A 1960 film from the "Physical Science Study Committee" (PSCC) series on the laws of physics, inertia, and special relativity in different frames of reference.
Published in : 2015-11-23 | by Khan Academy
If waves are disruptions traveling through a medium and light is a wave, what medium does it travel through? A luminiferous ether? Watch the next lesson: ...
Published in : 2011-09-14 | by Museo Galileo
The Medici scientific collections were transferred to the Museo di Fisica e Storia Naturale [Physics and Natural History Museum], founded by Grand Duke Peter ...
Published in : 2016-01-14 | by Khan Academy
Here we'll see how classical physics predicts scenarios that disagree with what we observe in nature. Something's got to give…. Watch the next lesson: ...
Published in : 2016-01-18 | by Khan Academy
Including multiple observers in the "most obvious" way led to some problems. Let's see how we can start to solve those problems by introducing (what we'll later ...
Published in : 2016-01-18 | by Khan Academy
As counterintuitive as it might sound, it will become extremely convenient to use the same units for space and time. Happily, we can do that just by multiplying the ...
Published in : 2017-10-12 | by kmax
A pendulum on a rotating table is a simple demonstration of the transformation between inertial and rotating frames of reference.
Published in : 2011-02-14 | by mamadivasdotcom
awesome perspective exhibit at the New York Hall of Science in Queens, New York.