if you have taken some pretty intense physics courses in college, this series of short videos (a minute long) will
really appeal to you. In a mesmerizingly primal manner, the lessons are conducted with a voice narrating while a
hand draws simple diagrams to compliment the story. I am amazed to witness how consistently each concept is
presented in utter simplicity - sort of a validation of Occam's razor. The first one I watched was on the speed of
light in glass, and why frequency stays the same even though the speed of light is lower in glass. The explanation
of distance measurement according to Special Relativity might surprise you from a time perspective that you hadn't
considered before. Check out similarly creative lessons on the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle, the arrow of
time, Schrödinger's Cat, and many more.
Minute Physics - The Speed of Light in Glass
Minute Physics - Distance and Special Relativity
Minute Physics - Uncertainty Principle
Minute Physics - The Arrow of Time
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