What time is it on the Moon?nature.com/articles/d41586-023-00185-z
Satellite navigation systems for lunar settlements will require local atomic clocks. Scientists are working out what time they will keep.
507 Mechanical Movements507movements.com/
Five Hundred and Seven Mechanical Movements, now Animated for the Internet.
So You Want to Learn Physics... — Susan J. Fowlersusanjfowler.com/blog/2016/8/13/so-you-want-to-learn-physics
Over the past few years, ever since writing "If Susan Can Learn Physics, So Can You", I've been contacted by people from all backgrounds who are inspired and want to learn physics, but don't know where to start, what to learn, what to read, and how to structure their studies...this post is a condensed version of what I've sent to people who have contacted me over the years, outlining what everyone needs to learn in order to really understand physics.
The Impossibly Complex Art Of Designing Eyes | Co.Design | business + designfastcodesign.com/3064303/the-impossibly-complex-art-of-designing-eyes
Today's video game characters look amazing, with one exception: the eyes. And perfection could still be decades away.
coaltrace: simulating genealogies using charged particlesbedford.io/projects/coaltrace/
This is a simulation of the basic demographic / genealogical process. Individuals are born and individuals die. This causes lineages to branch and to disappear, and causes the population to share a common ancestor at some time in the past. The coalescent provides a mathematical description of these patterns of ancestry.