Monday, April 24, 2017

The Largest Number on the Internet! -- DONG (November 22 2016)

1. Popcorn:

Buttery deliciousness.

​2. Googolplex:

10000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 PDFs and each volume contains 1000000 zeros of the googolplex number.

3. Pi Video:

A youtube video that contains the first 100,000 digits of Pi.

4. Ptable:

Fantastic online periodic table, clicking on the element opens the wikipedia page for that element.

5. Periodic Table of Periodic Tables:

Each cell links to a different way of organizing every type of atom in the known universe as well as other things like xbox games.

​6. Freezeray:

Interactive animations that teaches us physics and some other things.

​7. Phet:

Really similar to the one above.

​8. Name that Charge:

You'll be given a variety of situations where you have to determine the charge of the objects provided.

9. Gravity simulator:

Select from stars, asteroids and planets, change their masses so you can see how they behave.

​10. Physics Chemistry Interactive:

This site allows you to play with states of matter, additive and subtractive color, prisms and more.

​11. Frog Dissection:

Take a trip to Biology 101 with none of the trauma that caused.

​12. Falstad:

Website full of physics applets.

​13. Minute Labs:

All the coolness of Minute Physics but interactive!