I think most of you probably found the three chapters this week easier reading than the three preceding chapters. At least I hope so. Because they’re much more straightforward and I think…targeted than what went on before. Because we’re seeing a macro-transition in the argument which, if you reflect back on where we’ve been, we
All right, let’s all ponder this one : What if the Sun went out one day ? A lot of us take the Sun for granted. On sunny days, we complain that it’s too hot ! Yet, when it’s raining for days on end, we miss that big old ball of burning gas. But have
Tsunamis are some of the most powerful and deadliest forces of nature. Within recent memory, you may recall both the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami and the 2011 Japan Tsunami, both of which in resulted catastrophic damage and loss of life. The Indian Ocean Tsunami happened after a massive earthquake struck here in the Indian Ocean.
Ohh! It’s dark here. And I can’t see you! Oh wait! Hey there! Wonder what we’d do WITHOUT lights, right? So come on, let’s talk about light today! Zoom in. Light is a form of energy made of photons A photon is the smallest unit of visible light. Now you would ask me, how does
This video is made possible by Skillshare The first 500 people to sign up using the link in the description will get a 2-month free trial Everybody watching this video lives on Earth, at least hopefully Which means that you know the Earth Makes one complete rotation every 24 hours The speed of this rotation