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Publisher: Science@NASA
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This article from NASA delves into the strange behavior of bagged blocks of coffee. A vacuum-sealed package of coffee will change from a hard brick to a soft pile of ground beans…
  
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G. Lois
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This website from the University of California, Santa Barbara explains what granular materials are and UCSB's research in the field. See animations of granular material simulations…
Double Pendulum With Poincare Map Model  [ Computer Program ]
  
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W. Christian and D. Hampton
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The Double Pendulum model displays the motion of a two-part pendulum and its Poincare map. A double pendulum is a simple pendulum with another pendulum attached to its end and the…
  
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Publisher: Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory
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This website introduces chaos and describes how it appears in animal populations and weather. The site also describes fractals and explains the butterfly effect. Images provide…
  
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Physics Central; Publisher: American Physical Society
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Granular materials have properties of both solids and liquids. They include many materials crucial to our economy and to daily life, such as food, building materials, and chemicals.…
  
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Publisher: Goudreau Museum of Mathematics in Art and Science
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Make your own fractal! The fractals available are the fern, the gingerbread man, the Sirpinski Set, and the Mandelbrot Set. Also, you choose the color and the kind of projection.
  
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Publisher: American Physical Society
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Visit this Physics Central feature for historical background for chaos theory. You'll also find descriptions three recent investigations in this field--weather patterns, population…
  
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L. Bradley
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This webpage provides an overview of chaos theory and some of the surrounding ideas such as the Butterfly Effect and strange attractors. It uses many helpful images and diagrams, and…
  
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Publisher: Exploratorium
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This video is about the chaotic pendulum exhibit at the Exploratorium science museum in San Francisco. The pendulum has three connected double pendulums. When it is set into motion,…