Physics in Action: Bernoulli's Principle

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Professor Ephraim Fischbach has an amazing physics lab at Purdue University, and we were fortunate enough to be able to join him for some dazzling Physics I demonstrations. 

In this Physics in Action video, watch as Professor Fischbach discusses and demonstrates Bernoulli's Principle, a phenomenon that allows us to fly airplanes even though they are much heavier than air. He also gets into the science of sports, showing how this physical phenomenon  affects objects in many games. Without it, a baseball pitcher couldn't throw a curveball! 

Take a look and see what we mean, and keep your eyes open for more Physics in Action videos over the next few weeks.

This video is one of hundreds of videos from Thinkwell's Physics I course.

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