November 5, 2019

[P4 Maths Angles - S4 Maths Geometry & Trigonometry]

 An odd number of cogs spells trouble for motivational posters like the one featured here. 

When the students turn clockwise, the teachers turn counter-clockwise to match the movement and everything works perfectl...

October 29, 2019

(P5/6 Science: Adaptations - Camouflage) In the natural habitat, animals evolve and adapt in certain ways to increase their chances of survival and reproduction. One of the most common such methods is camouflage, which is the ability to blend in with the surroundings.

W...

October 22, 2019

Diodes & Solar Panels

[S3/S4 Physics & Chemistry: Electricity / Covalent Bonds] The greatest dilemma of modern energy generation confronts the serious problem of trying to make renewable energy substitute what limited fossil fuels we still have left on Earth.

As such, it...

October 8, 2019

[S2 - A Level Mathematics: Functions & Graphs] (Long Video. If you feel like you don't understand graphs, this is worth a watch)

You might be used to the Quadratic Formula if you're familiar with the Secondary School Maths curriculum. It's a very simple equation that sp...

September 24, 2019

[O/A Level Biology / Chemistry] A bubble with a hole in it may seem rather odd, but that is entirely possible by using some clever items you can find around your house. And the result closely imitates the way cell membranes work, by allowing selective nutrients to ente...

September 10, 2019

[S3 Physics: Density] A solid has a definite shape and volume, as is the case with sand. However, it's possible to change the behaviour of sand by inserting pressurised air underneath it, causing it to act like a fluid.

The Particulate Model of Matter depicts solids as...

August 27, 2019

(A-Level Physics: Conservation of Angular Momentum) Have you ever tried making your own flame tornado? 

Can you? You can! Why, you ask? Why not? It's a great way to study the conservation of angular momentum!

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August 13, 2019

In Primary school, you may have done experiments to discover the speed of sound by bouncing off a loud sound against a faraway wall.

Have you ever tried measuring the speed of light, then? How would one go about measuring something purportedly capable to circling around...

August 5, 2019

P4 Science (Digestive Systems): The human digestive system is responsible for the movement and breaking down the food that we eat into nutrient parts small enough to be absorbed and used by the body.

The process starts from the mouth, where food consumed is broken down...