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Publisher: National Public Radio
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This article from NPR explains why the effects of global warming may not have been noticeable during the past few years. The article warns that there are several factors, such as…
  
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Publisher: American Physical Society
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This site, from the American Physical Society, gives a brief description of a furnace at Kansas State University that is used in semiconductor research. An image shows heat radiation…
  
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This Hyperphysics article, from Georgia State University, describes the cooling process of the human body. Models are provided for perspiration, conduction, and radiation, with…
  
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Publishers: Public Broadcasting Service and WGBH Educational Foundation
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This NOVA website contains information about the scientific quest to utilize cold and to achieve the lowest temperature possible. Several interactive simulations present topics such…
  
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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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Publisher: Exploratorium
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Visit this Exploratorium site for an activity on how warm or cold objects seem to the touch. Students can touch pieces of wood, metal, and Styrofoam; then order them by estimated…
  
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Publisher: NASA Glenn Research Center
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Investigating candle flames in microgravity can be done as either a demonstration or an activity. "Student reader" pages give background information about candle flames in…
  
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Publisher: Exploratorium
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This is a student activity on the detection of a warm object with a liquid crystal sheet. This activity also can be a simulation of the detection of infrared radiation. The "For…
  
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This Hyperphysics page contains photographs of the remarkable cloud that forms around an aircraft breaking the sound barrier. The site describes how pressure changes and the ideal…