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+14 1. schlafanzyk commented 9 years ago

I love that the planetary orbits are basically evolution of motion - survival of the fittest direction. And that it actually works so well in this visualization.

American physics teachers are not appreciated enough. They just know how to get you interested, which is what teaching is all about.
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+5 2. huldu commented 9 years ago

#1 I think that can be said about most teachers in general. You have very rare teachers that stand out from the rest, you might be lucky and get one of those during your years in school. The rest are just there for the pay and couldn't care less about the students. That's the saddest part because the students pay the price in the end.

It's a whole different experience if you have someone that actually enjoys what they're doing and live to teach others what they know. It just rubs off in a good way.
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+5 3. SquidCap commented 9 years ago

You take your best students and brightest minds to do the teaching, that's how you create a successful education environment. The way it is now. those who can't for some reason to find work, teach for a living. That's not how motivation works.

First you start by putting teachers in the top brackets (of working force, not CEO caliber salaries...), give them respect and hey presto: the best want to teach.
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+4 4. LightAng3l commented 9 years ago

Gravity visualized with the help of gravity.
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-3 5. Xionbox (moderator) commented 9 years ago

It's a shame that the physics teacher actually even mentions the word "god" in this clip.
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0 6. sux2bu commented 9 years ago

#5 Not all science teachers are atheists. Why is it that atheists always argue so vehemently against something they insist does not exist?
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+1 7. Sizzlik (admin) commented 9 years ago

Now the God debate begins..round one *bing*