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Geeks in spaaaaaaace! Mass and weight explained!
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Science Geeks Dec 12
ELECTRIFYING SCIENCE! CURRENT VOLTAGE GRAPHS, LDRs and THERMISTORS! via
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Science Geeks Dec 12
FREEE QUIZ AND VIDEO! Yes --- it's FREEE ! REDSHIFT AND THE BIG BANG! via
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Science Geeks Dec 11
Christmas? Prof Ryan Fox investigates Solar power! Excellent for class discussions....
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Science Geeks Dec 10
It's Official: Voyager 2 Has Entered Interstellar Space.... I wish it had taken with it. ....
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Science Geeks Dec 9
China Launches Lunar Probe to Far Side of the Moon
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Science Geeks Dec 7
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Science Geeks Dec 7
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Science Geeks Dec 6
Big bangs! Physicists Spot Four Black Hole Collisions, Including the Largest One Ever Recorded!
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Science Geeks Dec 6
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Science Geeks Dec 6
Professor Ryan Fox returns.... Solar energy.... and combined.... Badly...
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Science Geeks Dec 6
Distance - Time Graphs via
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Science Geeks Dec 5
Brain ache for the morning.... New Quantum Paradox Clarifies Where Our Views of Reality Go Wrong New Quantum Paradox Clarifies Where Our Views of Reality Go Wrong
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Science Geeks Dec 5
Did our ancient sun go on a Asian diet? ... Bands of martian rock could solve the ‘faint young sun’ Paradox!
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Science Geeks Dec 5
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Science Geeks Dec 5
Free videos! time! Lots of reactions!
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Science Geeks Dec 5
Jelly babies! ! video! What more do you need?
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Science Geeks Dec 5
China Set to Launch First-Ever Spacecraft to the Far Side of the Moon China Set to Launch First-Ever Spacecraft to the Far Side of the Moon
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Science Geeks Dec 4
Science geeks..... Geeks in spaaaaaaace!
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Science Geeks Dec 4
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