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Concerns the application of the laws of physics to analyze common situations encountered in everyday life.

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Firstly, a Fibonacci spiral and a golden spiral are not quite the same thing, although they are pretty close. In this image from Wikipedia, the green curve is a Fibonacci spiral, and the red curve a g …
answered Jul 28 '14 by Phil Frost
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Sound is an oscillation in pressure. You might think if pressure is what we call the net force of gas molecules colliding with a surface, and those molecules are moving about randomly, then some will …
answered Sep 7 '18 by Phil Frost
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Are you sure holding it to your head really makes it better? Your experiment is very poorly designed because you have only sampled instances where the remote wasn't working when your head wasn't in th …
answered Mar 5 '14 by Phil Frost