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Physics to Go

is a collection of reviewed resources for teaching and learning about astronomy, electricity and magnetism, fluids, light, modern physics, motion and energy, quantum physics, and waves and pendula. (American Physical Society, National Science Foundation)

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Superconductors, materials that have no resistance to the flow of electricity, are one of the great frontiers of recent scientific discovery. Not only have the limits of superconductivity not yet been reached, but the theories that explain superconductor behavior seem to be constantly under review.
A portion of ENIAC. A modern pocket-size calculator has more computing power.

Lack of computing power

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