January 16, 2013

Lessons for Physicists in Children's Stories

Maggie Koerth, BoingBoing


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Children's literature is about the wonder of discovering new worlds, the power of imagination, and the all the little triumphs and defeats that make up a life.

It's also an excellent place to find hypothetical questions that test the laws of physics.

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