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Publisher: Physics Education Technology Project
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This applet lets you explore how greenhouse gases change the climate. You can select the level of atmospheric greenhouse gases during an ice age, in the year 1750, today, or some…
  
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Publisher: The Pembina Institute
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This page provides turn-key directions for a project to build a solar oven. The construction kit calls for simple materials such as cardboard and duct tape, and includes a…
  
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Publishers: Public Broadcasting Service and WGBH Educational Foundation
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This PBS NOVA web site offers four features on solar energy. It includes resources on new technologies, questions and answers about solar energy, an example of a solar house, and a…
  
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This news article, from Sandia National Laboratories, presents advances made on the Sandia Z- pinch machine, which is an intense X-ray source and a possible candidate for fusion…
  
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At this site from Fermilab, you can simulate rolling motion to see how the speed and energy change. You'll roll one ball down an inclined ramp and the other along a horizontal ramp.…
  
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What would happen if you shot a bb into a suspended elastic strip? Visit this site, by Loren Winters, to find out. It provides an introduction, preparations, analysis, and…
  
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In this simulation, students push common items of varying masses up an incline to explore the relationship of applied force, work, and energy. They control the angle of the ramp,…
  
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With this simulation from the University of Colorado, you can investigate pushing objects along a 1-D path. You can control the amount of force to "push" simulated objects of varying…
  
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This interactive simulation allows students to explore energy concepts by studying the motion of a skateboarder. The user can design ramps, jumps, and arbitrarily shaped tracks and…
  
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Check out this site by Paul Doherty, Senior Scientist at the Exploratorium, to learn about the burning peanut experiment and about food energy and how it is measured. The site…
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