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on: March 21, 2010, 02:28:20 am » posted from:Germiston,Gauteng,South Africa

I teach highschool physics in South Africa and I am always looking for ways to make physics more understandable and fun for the learners. Thanks so much for your website and all the hard work that has gone into it. I will most certainly be using many of these simulations in my class.  Grin
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I second this -*-
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