physicsnoun

  • ja物理学
  • enthe scientific study of matter and energy and the relationships between them, including the study of forces, heat, light, sound, electricity and the structure of atoms

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Mastering quantum physics is impressive on its own,
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but what's most remarkable about Carson Huey-You...
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As the second derivative of position with respect to time.
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...is that he's only 14.
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The researchers have equations for all of this— temperature, force, pressure.
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So it makes popcorn a very good tool for teaching physics.
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That thing does not obey the laws of physics at all!
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Look kid, there's a lot going on here that you don't understand.
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One of the most amazing facts in physics is this:
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everything in the universe, from light to electrons to atoms,
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behaves like both a particle and a wave at the same time.