- What is Science

In order to study science you must first understand what science is and is not. Science is unlike any other subject.

- Limitations of Science

There are definite limits to what science can do and good science must meet the following three conditions.

- The Language of Physics

Physics is a word that scares most people, adults and students alike. One of the major reasons many people are afraid of physics is the math involved. But ...

- Basic Trigonometry

Basic Trigonometry Functions and Physica

- Metric System

Metric System - It is imperitive that you know the metric system if you plan to be successful in any science field. The metric system is the science standard for measurement.

- Scientific Notation

Scientific Notation - Scientific notation provides a easy method for writing very small and very large numbers while maintaining accuracy and precision with sig figs.

- Significant Figures

Scientists collect large amounts of data and most of this data comes from measurements and calculations. Therefore, a system is needed to show the precision of their data and calculations.

- Unit Analysis

Unit Analysis - In physics, it is not uncommon to change from one system of measurement to another. The best method to accomplish this change is unit analysis.

- Inertia

Inertia and Forces - Newton's First Law of Motion is also known as the Law of inertia. Inertia is the measure of an object's mass. If an object is at rest in tends to remain at rest...

- Forces and Vectors

Inertia and Forces - Newton's First Law of Motion is also known as the Law of inertia. Inertia is the measure of an object's mass. If an object is at rest in tends to remain at rest...

- Gravity and Weight
- Linear Motion

Linear Motion You need to have an understanding of inertia and forces before you can begin to look at linear motion and the concepts involved with such motion. d=rt is it! Remember all those...

- Energy - Potential and Kinetic
- Physics of Santa Claus

An expose by global warming physicists on the existence of Santa. could it be true?

- Rebuttal to the Physics of Santa Claus by Albert Elfstein Phd

The rebuttal to the malicous report on Santa be non existent or the cause of globbal warming