This kid got 0 % ON HIS EXAM, I would have given him 100%

Q1. In which battle did Napoleon die?
* his last battle
Q2. Where was the Declaration of Independence signed?
* at the bottom of the page
Q3. River Ravi flows in which state?
* liquid
Q4. What is the main reason for divorce?
* marriage
Q5. What is the main reason for failure?
* exams
Q6. What can you never eat for breakfast?
* Lunch & …

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What to eat for exam success….

If you are going through the stresses of exams or are doing GCSEs, A levels or a degree, you will want to do all you can to boost your chances. What and when you eat and drink can be important in helping to keep you alert, focused and able to deal with the day-to-day pressure of …

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2011 Animated Science Yearly Review

Hi,
It has been a fantastic year for Animated Science with lots of new content being added for KS5 Physics and also some older items repurposed in our new blog. We have certainly gone worldwide with the appeal of the site with users across the globe accessing all the resources. The Charcuterie Section is also shaping …

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Stephen Powell – Ceramics

The slideshow below is a fraction of the amazing ceramics created by a Gloucestershire Potter Stephen Powell.
The colour of the glazes are a vivid eclectic mix. The collection here inspired in part by functional items but also includes others of a purely artistic merit.
Stephen is an accomplished artist in his own right and has certainly …

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Moon Rock @ British National History Museum

I thought I would share this photo of the Moon rock I saw the National History Museum in London this half term holiday. It is rather a small rock only 128g but it was brought to Earth by the Apollo 16 Astronauts in April 1972.
Now although small I gazed upon the surface and oddly of …

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France expands nuclear power plans despite Fukushima

BBC News Update……… https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-13595455 
With dwindling fossil fuel supplies, France is increasingly reliant on its nuclear power plants which now provide it with three-quarters of its electricity
In the aftermath of Japan’s nuclear crisis at Fukushima, some European nations are rethinking their atomic plans. But France, home to 58 of 143 reactors in the EU, remains nuclear energy’s …

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Institute of Physics Brimingham Lecture Series

All Physics students should try and get to at least one of these lectures if possible this year.
https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/Documents/college-eps/physics/schools/2010-11-lectures.pdf 
Please note that tea and coffee will be provided from 7 pm in the Tea Room of the Poynting building.
Tickets for the Christmas lectures can be obtained free of charge from
[email protected]  or by writing to Lynne Long , …

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LHC results put supersymmetry theory ‘on the spot’

This is a great article which shows the process of having a theory and then trying to prove it, even if the experiement is huge!
Supersymmetry fails to predict the existence of mysterious super particles.
Results from the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) have all but killed the simplest version of an enticing theory of sub-atomic physics. Researchers …

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