[P4 Science Topic: Heat] We often use water inside of Grade A fire extinguishers because of its incredible thermal capacity. But is it possible to burn and ignite things using water? Apparently, yes. You can use water to set things on fire. Anyone who's studied GCSE level Science, should know the principles behind a flame - Heat, oxygen and fuel. As long as these three components are fulfilled, it doesn't matter what it is - Fires start and things burn. (For those interested
[S3 Physics Topic: Work Done / S2 Maths: Simultaneous equations / Anyone with family members driving a car] Do share this with a loved one, or a colleague who happens to drive recklessly - This highlights the truth behind the dangers of speeding. Calculating a Car Crash
This is a lovely story about a triangle named Wind who lives on a unique world called Flatland. She loves going for walks, and one day becomes friends with a mysterious being called "Mr. Ug". Though on Flatland everything is one-dimensional and straight-forward, things are not what they seem... Vi Hart walks you through some of the marvels of a one-dimensional plane with a simple and charming narrative.