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This simulation illustrates the general conditions necessary to begin fusion in the sun and other stars. You can vary the amount of hydrogen and the temperature in order to start a…
  
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Publisher: Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
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This webpage from the National Ignition Facility (NIF) discusses the NIF Inertial Fusion Energy program, an effort to use lasers to begin fusion. The page includes more details on…
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Publisher: Public Broadcasting Service
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This Frontline article covers nuclear power in France, including French attitudes toward nuclear power and the history of conversion from fossil fuels. The article also mentions…
  
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Publisher: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
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This webpage from the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory contains an overview of the basic concepts in nuclear science. Nuclear structure, particle decay, nuclear reactions, and…
  
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A collection of games and puzzles hosted by Fermilab, this site is a good demonstration of many of the principles of modern physics. Don't miss the outstanding geiger counter…
  
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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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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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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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This web page contains two applets that allow the user to create Penrose tilings with rhomboids. The first applet requires the user to construct the tiling for themselves while the…
  
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Publisher: Teacher's Domain
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In this short video, adapted from NOVA scienceNOW, Neil deGrasse Tyson describes the amazing tensile strength of carbon nanotubes and how they might be used to construct a space…
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