Here are some interesting links you might find helpful if you're studying physics:
- Eric Weisstein's World of Physics (http://scienceworld.wolfram.com/physics/) - Probably the most complete Physics encyclopedia online. Everything you ever wanted to know about physics is in here.
- Mad Sci Network (http://www.madsci.org/) - A friendly site featuring articles, experiments, and more. Especially notable are the forums, where physics questions are answered by knowledgable experts.
- Physics Tutor (http://www.physicstutor.com/) - A guide to solving physics problems. Useful at any level of education!
- Physics 2000 (http://www.Colorado.EDU/physics/2000/) - A tour of modern physics, with a lot of fun (and useful) demonstrations.
- Science Fair Ideas (http://amasci.com/scifair/physics.html) - Looking for an idea for a science fair project? This site has lots of ideas, in many fields.
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