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    1. Physics For You

      ZDNetJul 27 08:23 PM

      Physics For You is one among the four competitive magazines published by MTG Learning Media Pvt. Ltd. With a readership of more than...

    2. Bad, Bad, Bad Physics

      The Huffington PostJul 28 11:55 AM

      All physics is error prone and then there is bad physics. I deconstruct one of the most controversial antigravity experiments on the internet, so that we as a general population are able to differentiate misinformation from the real thing. Near field gravity probe experiments measure the value of the gravitational constant G (6.67259x10^-11). They are good examples of error prone physics as they...

    3. Physics Week in Review: November 8, 2014

      Scientific AmericanJul 20 04:55 AM

      It was a big week for physics in the movies, with the premiere of Interstellar, and the Stephen Hawking biopic The Theory of Everything. That translates into lots of pixels commenting on the science... -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

    4. Returning to the classroom

      The Press-EnterpriseJul 28 03:44 PM

      A Summer Physics Academy recently took place at the University of California, Riverside, training and equipping local high school physics teachers with practical and conceptual physics lessons, hands-on activities, curriculum and technology to use in...

    5. Physics Week in Review: November 1, 2014

      Scientific AmericanJul 20 02:26 AM

      Hope everyone enjoyed their Halloween festivities. Here’s a few other related links: The ghostly glow of St. Elmo’s fire: it works the same way that a neon light glows.  The... -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

    6. Physics Week in Review: December 20, 2014

      Scientific AmericanJul 20 04:44 AM

      The Christmas holiday approacheth, and for those of a Maker bent, here’s how to Build A Sled For Slinging Snowballs — Winter Warfare Will Never Be the Same.  If you’re more the... -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

    7. A physics-based model can explain how ants cooperate in steering food to their nest. To lug a large object, a number of ants surround it -- the back ones lift, those on the leading edge pull. How do they stay on track, instead of simply pulling all around in a sort of tug-of-war? Scientists used video analysis to track the individual movements of ants in a group that was carrying a large food ...

    8. Co-authored with Menas Kafatos, PhD For some time now most of the universe has gone dark. This startling news was brought to popular attention in a June Op-Ed piece in the New York Times called " A Crisis at the Edge of Physics ." It began, "Do physicists need empirical evidence to confirm their theories?" In other words, once you work out a theoretical explanation for how Nature works, do you ...

    9. Quantum physics predicts a bunch of phenomena that seem really bizarre, but have been unambiguously confirmed by experiments. Here are three of the best.

    10. Best Physics Videos of 2014

      Scientific AmericanJul 20 04:52 AM

      It’s that time of year, when we all look back over 2014 and reflect on all the cool science stuff that happened. Today, Jen-Luc Piquant has compiled her Top 20 physics-themed videos of 2014... -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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