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The title says it all: this blog features physics videos found everywhere on the web: animations, demonstrations, lectures, documentaries.
Please go here if you want to suggest other nice physics videos, and here if I mistakingly infringed your copyrights. If you understand French, you'll find a huge selection of physics videos in French in my other blog Vidéos de Physique.

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If you know good physics videos which are not featured in this blog, please use the comment field below to tell me about them.

18 comments:

  1. You may want to take a look here for some relatively short demos:

    http://education.jlab.org/frost/

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  2. You are right! Thanks for the suggestion.

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  3. I have a few short demos on my page at http://www.ibphysicshelp.net or http://vimeo.com/ibphysicshelp. Feel free to list and/or embed them on your page if you find them useful.

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  4. Nice work! I'll publish all Horatiu Pop's videos in the following week. Thanks!

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  5. OK. Thanks. By the way, I like your animations! Great work.

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  6. A physics riddle:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dvyii6QBLtw

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  7. Check out the student videos found on this YouTube channel.

    http://www.youtube.com/smhsphysics

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  8. The following link features many educational and entertaining physical science videos:
    http://www.youtube.com/user/scienceandhealth1

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  9. This easy tutorial teaches Ohm's Law applications to basic medical science:

    http://youtu.be/AXeq0ZIEKNg

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  10. http://www.youtube.com/user/dcaulf?feature=mhee

    there are good high-quality lessons on this channel!

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  11. I really like your page, and if I am deemed worthy, I've been working on some videos trying to make Physics a bit more lively! Check them out :) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2F64qh9qPAI

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  12. Found this series about all the basic concepts in physics.
    has the mathematical explanations along with the historical aspect of their discovery.

    http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLC8873F5F1F200E44

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    1. Thanks, the first five episodes of "The Mechanical Universer" are already here. The others will follow­.

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  13. Hello from Greece. Very nice work. You may find some videos from my page http://elepa.me/sellection/video/

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  14. Hi Yves,
    I have made a few other videos recently if you'd like them on your page!
    http://youtu.be/acOrkvsZMUI
    http://youtu.be/kR2Oi3XCX18

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