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Links for the First Chapter
The first chapter of my chemistry book.
As mentioned in the text, this chapter gives full explanations for the concepts that I quickly reviewed on pp. 1-4.
A biography of Sir Isaac Newton
This gives you a little insight into the man who formulated a lot of the physics that you will study this year.
This video discusses scalars and vectors.
This video uses two cars to illustrate relative velocity.
This is a video Galileo’s ramp experiment
This is a video of me doing a demonstration of Newton’s First Law
This video gives an explanation of seat belts and headrests in automobiles using Newton’s First Law
This video shows an illustration of how an object keeps moving at its initial velocity if it is launched while moving.
This video gives an introduction to interpreting position versus time graphs.
This video shows how to calculate the instantaneous velocity from a position versus time graph.
Science cannot prove anything.
An article I wrote on an incident in the journal Science regarding the fact that science cannot prove anything.