On this day of numerical glory, get to know pi in an unusual way: using the elastic collision of two different masses and a wall.
Ultimately you get a differential equation which you can solve with a bit of code I wrote for you.
While you could technically cook a chicken by slapping it, as proposed by a recent meme, you might also cook your hand. We crunch the
To save two dozen people from an exploding building, Quicksilver must have moved at roughly 280 km/s—if you believe speed is in fact his superpower.
[embedded content] I don’t normally watch many NASCAR races, but I do come across some NASCAR videos online. Sometimes these clips become the basis of
The first time I used a multimeter was in my younger years. I was really into remote-controlled cars—but you couldn’t just buy one and start
[embedded content] You might think this is a video showing the testing of the electromagnetic catapult system for an aircraft carrier, but you are wrong.
Suppose you are an astronaut out in space. You have nothing with you except your wits and … a fire extinguisher? Why a fire extinguisher?
You know what happens when I get a new toy? Physics happens. I can’t stop myself, it’s just the way I am. In this case,
You can’t really use standard physics principles to explain how Superman can be so strong or fly or have x-ray vision. Pretty much everything he