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See video Supercooled Water

A demonstration of supercooled water 'snap freezing'. When water is supercooled it remains liquid below it's normal freezing point. Shaking it gently can activate the freezing process.

0:18 335 4.87
See video Synchronisation of 5 coupled metronomes

Synchronisation of 5 coupled metronomes done in Lancaster University, Physics Dep, Nonlinear dynamics and medical physics group.

1:24 1107 2.85
See video The Human Eye

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6:20 46 0.00
See video The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) explained

An animation explaining how the Large Hadron Collider works. It is the largest and most complex scientific instrument ever built.

6:16 1204 5.77
See video The Physics of Watchmen

Prof. James Kakalios added a physics perspective to the movie Watchmen, and explains the quantum mechanics behind the superpowers of Dr. Manhattan. Prof. Kakalios is an expert on the physics of superheroes

6:50 1270 4.96
See video The Physics of Waves

Big waves can comes quickly and unexpectedly, posing a threat to ships. Waves from the side are particularly dangerous, as they can wash crew off the deck or knock a boat over. This video explains some of the physics behind the generation of large waves.

2:27 192 5.09
See video The Shape of Time and the End of the Universe

Presents the theory of the shape of time as u-shaped.

9:18 174 4.88
See video Time Travel: Einstein's big idea (Theory of Relativity)

A little clip of how time travel can occur, taken from: The World's First Time Machine (Discovery Channel). Dr Ronald Mallett

4:11 572 5.67
See video What if the Earth were Hollow?

What is the deepest we have ever dug into the earth? What if we went straight through?

3:59 19460 5.93
See video Why is it Dark at Night?

Why is space dark? If we lived in an infinite, unchanging universe, the entire sky would be as bright as the sun.

3:53 16919 5.96
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