WELCOME

My Dear Friends,

Welcome to this educational website. In this page you can find many useful physics websites, ‘internet search’ article and an article on ‘perpetual peace.’ The selected physics websites explain the concepts very vividly by means of experiments and illustrations. I hope you will enjoy them. All the Best! (My email id; mkanm2002@yahoo.co.in)
May the loving and living God Jesus Christ bless you!

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FELICITOUS WEBSITES IN PHYSICS

Contemporary Physics Education Project (CPEP):-
presents the current understanding of particle physics and fusion research: intended as an introduction for high-school and college students, and as a teacher resource
www.cpepweb.org

Physics Demonstration Resources: –
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hysics demonstration resources online with URLs and brief descriptions: a must-see resource for anyone interested in learning how to do physics demonstrations
www.ph.utexas.edu/~phy-demo/resources/resources.html

UM-StL 1D Acceleration Solver: –
program to solve relativistic (near light-speed) and ordinary (e.g. homework) acceleration problems
www.newton.umsl.edu/~run

Physics tutor: –
Posts solutions to physics problems; online help is available
www.physicstutor.com

Map-Based Motion at Any Speed: –
resources to empower students familiar with only classical kinematics, in the solution of relativistic acceleration problems graphically and/or with help from Galileo’s equations
www.umsl.edu/~fraundor/a1toc.html

PHYSICS DEPT., BEREA COLLEGE
http://physics.berea.edu

PHYSICS RESOURCES (EXPERIMENTS ON THE COMPUTER SCREEN)

http://www.glenbrook.k12.il.us/gbssci/phys/mmedia/index.html
http://pages.prodigy.net/pebryan/applets.htm
http://www.phy.ntnu.edu.tw/~hwang/
http://www3.telus.net/fuerderer/physics/
http://www.physics.nwu.edu/ugrad/vpl/index.html
http://members.nbci.com/surendranath/Applets.html
http://webphysics.davidson.edu/applets/applets.html
http://www-sci.lib.uci.edu/~martindale/gradphysics.html
http://www.lightlink.com/sergey/java/
http://physicsweb.org/TIPTOP/VLAB/
http://home.a-city.de/walter.fendt/phe/phe.htm
http://www2.adne.com/~topquark/fun/applets.html
http://physics.uwstout.edu/physapplets/
http://susy.phys.northwestern.edu/~anderson/java/vpl/http://kildare.math.nwu.edu/maxwell/index.html
http://www.ba.infn.it/www/didattica.html
www.seds.org/images
www.mrfizzix.com/index.html
www.colorado.edu/physics/2ooo/index.pl
http://www.childrenmuseum.org/
http://www.ncsa.uiuc.edu/
http://www.usborne-quicklinks.com/
http://www.earthsky.com/
http://http://www.physics4kids.com/
http://www.keyworlds.com/p/physicists.htmhttp://brianjones.ctss.colostate.edu/default.htmlhttp://users.supernet.com/dharp/physics/inertial.html
http://www.arachnoid.com
http://www.windows.ucar.edu/

INTERNET SEARCH ARTICLE

 Dear Friends, Educational internet search

  tips for you:

  INTERNET  SEARCH            

OBJECTIVES
1. To identify a meta search engine and to use Boolean operators for relevant/specific search.

2. To identify a familiar and reliable search engine.

3. To identify any other website for a complete search.

4. To identify a directory.

5. To list out some useful educational websites

6. To know the copy right.

META SEARCH ENGINE

A search engine visits websites on the internet and hence is used to locate a specific piece of information such as a document or image. A meta search engine searches a number of search engines to get relevant information.

www.ixquick.com

is one of the best examples of meta search engine.
1) This is quick

2) Relevant

3) Eliminates duplicates

4) Chooses best out of thousand ( or lakhs !!).

SEARCH TIPS

1) Be specific in your searchWebsites for rose – 197000 !!! Websites for pink rose – 11900
2) Use Boolean operators (OR, AND, NOT) for very relevant and thorough search.For example

a) OR operator (search example; forest OR jungle) It lists out the websites having the term forest as well as websites having the term jungle (No. of websites = 53)

b) AND operator (search example; forest AND jungle)It lists out only those websites having both terms forest and jungle.(No. of websites = 43)Naturally no. of websites in case b) is less than that of case a).

c) NOT operator ( search example; forest NOT trees )lists out the websites excluding a particular item which you do not need (or like !)(No. of websites = 27)
3) If you want a particular phrase in your websites then print it within quotation marks.For example; ‘Bible reading’

SEARCH ENGINE

www.google.com

is considered to be one of the best search engines.Reasons;
1) Very fast
2) Simple (no need for Boolean operators !)
3) High quality
4) Easily one can go for specific search. Search example; India wild life sanctuary – 16700 websites. India wild life sanctuary elephants – 2930 India wild life sanctuary elephants tigers – 5(only!)

A VERY USEFUL WEBSITE

For an exhaustive search you can go for

www.itools.com

Here you have1) Web search2) Web directory3) Dictionary4) Encyclopedia

5) Etc.,etc.,.!!!! DIRECTORY

Search for yourself a very elaborate and useful directory

www.ipl.org

USEFUL EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY WEBSITES

www.teachnology.com

http://cpphysics.homestead.com/student.html

www.siia.net

www.educationworld.org

www.refdesk.com

www.gsh.org

www.rice.edu

www.ncrel.org

www.electronic-school.com

www.concord.org

www.discovery.com

COPYRIGHT

It’s fair use if
1) The copying is for educational use
2) The original material is mainly facts and is published
3) You use portions to make your point, not whole sections
4) Your use is not a commercial nature.
5) Please refer www.utsystem.edu for more information. Happy and useful search! M.Kannan Email: mkanm2002@yahoo.co.in

PERPETUAL PEACE

My life was changed by the words of the LORD JESUS CHRIST;
” Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.” If we confess our sins He will forgive us and make us His own children.He promises us like this:”My grace is sufficient for thee…I will never leave thee nor forsake thee….let not your heart be troubled neither let it be afraid.”

Once a man wanted to end up his life by jumping into the river Ganges. When he walked over the bridge he heard the sound of few coins in his pocket. So he thought of buying and eating something before dying. He went into the town and on the way he saw someone smiling at him. He was surprised by this love. He also received a small booklet ‘Good News’ from this friend and started reading. He came to know the LORD JESUS loved and died for him to give eternal life, joy and peace. He repented for his sins and obtained perpetual peace in CHRIST.

The LORD JESUS CHRIST SAID,’Peace I leave with you, My peace I give unto you’. He suffered and died for you and me on the cruel cross and rose again victoriously on the third day. He Himself is our peace and joy and He is the only way to Heaven.