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Pendulum Waves

Pendulum Waves

Watch this bead chain loop defy gravity and bend physics Science is unendingly cool because it can consistently confound the expectations of researcher and layman alike. Case in point, what do you figure would happen if you had a bead chain coiled up in a small container, then pulled one end out? You probably didn’t guess that it would leap up and uncoil like a tiny metallic snake, but that’s what happens. This demonstration is sometimes called Newton’s Beads.

History of nuclear weapons A nuclear fireball lights up the night in the United States nuclear test Upshot-Knothole Badger on April 18, 1953. Nuclear weapons possess enormous destructive power derived from nuclear fission or combined fission and fusion reactions. Starting with scientific breakthroughs made during the 1930s, the United States, the United Kingdom and Canada collaborated during World War II in what was called the Manhattan Project to counter the suspected Nazi German atomic bomb project. In August 1945 two fission bombs were dropped on Japan ending the Pacific War. Là est la question Manipulations Verse d'abord 250 ml d'eau dans le grand bol. Ensuite, ajoute 250 ml de fécule de maïs et mélange bien. Continue à ajouter un peu de fécule de maïs et remue jusqu'à ce que le mélange adopte une texture boueuse et s'écoule doucement quand tu inclines le bol.

Students use giant balls to build omnidirectional motorcycle Riding this bike takes balls. Gigantic balls. Quite possibly the largest pair of balls you've ever seen in one place. Round wheels are out and spherical wheels are in with this project from students at San Jose State University, the end result of which will be a rideable electric motorcycle that uses balls instead of wheels. Speech Jammer Christmas Moments