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Kennedy Space Center

During my vacation in Florida, I also visited the Kennedy Space Center.  While I was there, I got to take a bus tour, see a spaceship, see the space shuttle Atlantis up close, and try a launch simulation.  Throughout the day, I kept thinking to myself, "hmm.  I should really write a blog post about this visit.  But what exactly do I write about?".  Well, I think I found something.  While we were there, my mom asked me, "so, does this get you?".  Yes, it does.  My visit to Kennedy reminded me of

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Mechanics vs. Electricity and Magnetism

At this point, we have finished mechanics, and we are starting to finish up electricity and magnetism.  Each of these courses had it's own set of challenges.  However, with mechanics, even when I didn't fully understand something, I could still sort of visualize it and try to make sense out of it.  Mechanics definitely felt more straight forward and understandable than electricity and magnetism, except dealing with drag forces is still very difficult. With electricity and magnetism, my main stru

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Ukulele Physics!

I think I've done enough violin blogs, so how about my other instrument?  That's right, ukulele.  And yes, I actually play it, I don't carry it around like an accessory and pretend like I know how to play.  Like the violin, the ukulele is a string instrument, so the sound comes from vibrating strings.  Unlike a guitar or violin, the strings of a ukulele are made of nylon, which gives it that distinct ukulele sound.  Both the length and the tension of the string determine what note it plays.  Whe

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