About those elementary particles. Quarks =>elementary particles What are subatomic particles? What are quarks Standard model of elementary particles Gluon – the stuff that keeps the stuff together https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Color_charge     “Strong force” or “Color Force”   What are gluons And how the empty space is not empty   WhatCheck it out –>

A few videos to make the quantum reality perfectly unclear. Quantum theory made easy pt 2 – the duality of matter What does an atom really look like?    Check it out –>

Fancy shoes, awesome formulas, and how it was all… wrong. …And again, for good measure The Photoelectric Effect (and how it works) The Photoelectric Effect (and how it works) The Photoelectric Effect model http://iwant2study.org/lookangejss/06QuantumPhysics/ejss_model_photoelectriceffectwee3/photoelectriceffectwee3_Simulation.xhtml   Wave particle duality   How it’s all… wrongly PUTCheck it out –>

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All about lenses – A Quick Course Convex lenses – Ray diagrams How a telescope works Photographic lenses the beginning of this video explains how focal length relates to field of view. The rest… is for those who love photography. Keep exploring! How an eye works – simplified How anCheck it out –>

Elusive fish   Refraction vs Reflection (2:60 for total reflection) So how does a periscope work? There’s another way, tho! Laser and optical prism fun The Easy Rider  Light fantastic (6.05.2018 ROGER WATERS, ARENA ZAGREB!) Snell’s law The Lord of the Light No Photoshop? No problem! (Prisms as photographic effectCheck it out –>

Just a couple of videos and some materials on mirrors. This web site owns nothing and takes no credit, huge thanks to the authors. Ray Diagrams – Mirrors A little class on Ray diagrams for flat, concave and convex mirrors. To be used as learning aid. Concave Mirror Demo IfCheck it out –>