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"Force and Motion" (1-15-2008)   Visit the Website

Full Show: Some 400 years ago, Sir Isaac Newton developed his laws of motion to explain how forces like gravity, inertia, and momentum act. What are these laws? And how do roller coasters and bumper cars illustrate Newton's laws? Our guest scientists, Steve Shropshire, Professor of Physics from Idaho State University and Jim Dull, Associate Professor of Physics from the College of Idaho, answer your questions.

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Video Short: Roller coasters and bumper cars illustrate Newton's three laws of motion.

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Web Extra: Physicists Steve Shropshire and Jim Dull stay after to answer more questions about force and motion.

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