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Abby Vanden Heuvel demonstrates the trajectory of projectile motion while shooting arrows in her backyard. (1min25sec)
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Andrew Vanden Heuvel uses toys and tires to show how angular momentum conservation works for you. (2min2sec)
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Andrew Vanden Heuvel tries on a new pair of sunglasses and explores the polarization of light. (1min47sec)
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Andrew Vanden Heuvel takes you on his favorite childhood adventure - to the bathroom sink. Play with water! Learn physics! What's not to like? (1min51sec)
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Andrew Vanden Heuvel explores the concept of entropy while cleaning the playroom. (1min19sec)
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Andrew Vanden Heuvel has a little too much fun looking at mirrors with his Google Glass. (1min47sec)
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Springs

by Sandy Gade

If you're ready to put your feet up, then join Andrew Vanden Heuvel as he explores the physics of sitting on the couch. (1min40sec)
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Energy Coservation

by Sandy Gade

Andrew Vanden Heuvel shares his favorite way to eat ice cream, which also happens to be his favorite way to demonstrate energy conversion. See more at http://agl-initiatives.org/stembite/ (1min40sec)
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Andrew Vanden Heuvel explores the physics of rackets and spin as he is soundly defeated by his wife while playing tennis. (2min23sec)
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Charles' Law

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Andrew Vanden Heuvel pumps up a flat tire and discovers how temperature changes dramatically when gases change their volume. (1min42sec)
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Preparing his morning bowl of cereal, Andrew Vanden Heuvel encounters the frustration that arises from the Brazil Nut Effect. (1min41sec)
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Unstable Rotation

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Andrew Vanden Heuvel explores why tennis rackets, cereal boxes, and toys spin differently depending on their orientation. (4min33sec)
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Standing Waves

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Andrew Vanden Heuvel demonstrates how standing waves and resonance can arise in everyday life. (5min4sec)
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Ever wonder why it sounds so good when you sing in the shower? Follow Andrew Vanden Heuvel into the Shower-o-Science as he searches for the answer. (3min39sec)
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Diffusion

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Andrew Vanden Heuvel explores the beautiful patterns of food coloring diffusing through water. (1min42sec)
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Diffraction

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Andrew Vanden Heuvel explores the diffraction of light visible in a CD. (2min10sec)
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Hydrogen Bonding

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Join Andrew Vanden Heuvel as he tries to answer the age-old question: "Why does water stick to everything?" (1min24sec)
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Andrew Vanden Heuvel attempts to measure the diameter of the earth, simply by watching the sun set. (1min54sec)
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Andrew Vanden Heuvel explores the physics of xylophones and other musical objects. (1min28sec)
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Heat Transfer

by Sandy Gade

How many different ways can you heat up a chicken nugget? Andrew Vanden Heuvel shows that the universe (and your kitchen) only has three options. (1min54sec)
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Refrigeration

by Sandy Gade

Andrew Vanden Heuvel explores how a refrigerator can work against the will of nature to make cold things colder. (2min15sec)
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Energy Transfer

by Sandy Gade

While playing with wind-up toys, Andrew Vanden Heuvel explores potential energy, kinetic energy, and the transfer of energy through motion. (1min53sec)
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Condensation

by Sandy Gade

Andrew Vanden Heuvel attempts to fix his air conditioner and discovers how much water condenses from the air. (1min56sec)
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Exploring Shadows

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Andrew Vanden Heuvel tries to make the darkest shadow possible with his friends from the iSchool Initiative. (2min39sec)
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Heating Up Ice

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Andrew Vanden Heuvel explores latent heat while trying to cool down his soda. (1min45sec)
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Join Andrew Vanden Heuvel as he makes waves at the ISTE affiliate meeting! (1min53sec)
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Birth of Sunlight

by Sandy Gade

With the help of the 2nd graders at Cranbrook's Brookside Lower School, Andrew Vanden Heuvel demonstrates why getting a photon of light from the core of the sun to the outside is more difficult than you might think. (1min11sec)
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