1. Typo Magneto III

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    processing+pos in AE.

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    • Typo Magneto

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      from Zeebee / Added

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      still thinking, still trying

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      • How the Universe Works: Example #1 (The Metric Game)

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        from David Askey / Added

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        I show three examples of how to play "The Metric Game" to give you some exercise in learning and using the prefixes.

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        • How the Universe Works - Introduction

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          from David Askey / Added

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          This about 12 minutes of me introducing you to the video series that goes with the companion physics PDF series that follows my Physics class on their journey to understanding how the universe works!

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          • Chips and Dice

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            Boom

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            • Destruction tests with solid bodies breaking

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              from Jonah Tobias / Added

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              Having a body that is shattering act like a cohesive whole is tricky, especially if it has a physics simulation applied. I've devised a technique -- more of a hack really to get it to work, but it should work for most situations.

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              • A 10-minute overview of the IB Physics course

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                What is IB Physics? Are you a student who is just about to start the course? This presentation is a 10-minute overview of the IB Physics course.

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                • Herschel Space Observatory: UofL Promo Video (French)

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                  Herschel is an infrared space observatory due for launch on an Ariane 5 space rocket from French Guyana in 2009. This European Space Agency mission will allow astronomers to see far-infrared and sub-millimeter light from stars, galaxies, and other matter in space. The primary focus will be to determine how stars and galaxies are born. SPIRE is one of three instruments that will help answer these questions. The instrument will allow for high resolution imaging spectroscopy and photometry in the far infrared and submillimeter range of the electromagnetic spectrum. The University of Lethbridge’s Astronomical Instrumentation Group, led by Dr. David Naylor has played a key role in Canada’s contribution to the SPIRE instrument. For more information and to see how you can get involved visit: http://spire.uleth.ca/

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                  • Herschel Space Observatory: UofL Info Video (French)

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                    Herschel is an infrared space observatory that launched on an Ariane 5 space rocket from French Guyana May 14, 2009. This European Space Agency mission will allow astronomers to see far-infrared and sub-millimeter light from stars, galaxies, and other matter in space. The primary focus will be to determine how stars and galaxies are born. SPIRE is one of three instruments that will help answer these questions. The instrument will allow for high resolution imaging spectroscopy and photometry in the far infrared and submillimeter range of the electromagnetic spectrum. The University of Lethbridge’s Astronomical Instrumentation Group, led by Dr. David Naylor has played a key role in Canada’s contribution to the SPIRE instrument. For more information and to see how you can get involved visit: spire.uleth.ca

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                    • Crash Test

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                      XSI First use of physics in Softimage

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