In this lesson, learn about quod erat demonstrandum, or QED: one of the most important discoveries in physics that proves more theories than anything else.
The early 20th century saw the emergence of electronics, and with them, the transistor. In this physics lesson, learn about amplification and switches.
The Big Bang created the universe, and all of us, for that matter (get it?), but where did it come from, and what will happen to the universe in the future?
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