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Looking for some good websites for Physics and Cosmology

  1. Mar 15, 2013 #1
    I've been looking for a few websites good for Cosmology and Physics, maybe you guys can help? I'm in 8thgrade, but I can comprehend a lot, just try to stay away from websites that have excessive technical math please. All posts are appreciated.
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  3. Mar 15, 2013 #2


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    Here's a few you might find useful:

    Ned Wright's Frequently asked questions about cosmology is non-technical and very well written:
    You might also want to navigate to his home page and explore from there.

    Physics Made Easy is very good, but doesn't shy from math:

    Hyperphysics provides a great mind-map with brief and to the point outlines of the subjects with references and further reading:
    (cosmology is covered in the astrophysics section)

    Charles Lineweaver's publications are generally accepted as excellent pedagogical material.
    This one here might be a bit daunting in places, but still very accessible:

    I've found another detailed breakdown of the subject of Big Bang cosmology at TalkOrigins.org:
    It's more from the "debunking the creationsts" angle, but looks scientifically accurate. Maybe somebody else can verify that.
  4. Mar 16, 2013 #3
    Wow! Thank you, these were great.
  5. Mar 17, 2013 #4
    Believe it or not youtube is a great place to search, just about every aspect of science is covered with multiple video's explaining the same thing using slightly different analogies.
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