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We found 22 comments on r/physicsgifs discussing the most recommended products. We ran sentiment analysis on each of these comments to determine how redditors feel about different products. We found 22 products and ranked them based on the amount of positive reactions they received. Here are the top 20.

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u/TroyDowling · 41 pointsr/physicsgifs

If you mean near the anode of the battery between the two humps of wire, I don't think so. Looks like the reflection on the hump whizzing by the camera real fast. However, in an inductive load like a motor, if not handled, you can expect to see sparks when the circuit is broken.


u/prospective_client · 25 pointsr/physicsgifs

Wrong subreddit u/AgileStretch but That's the Clue Luxury Edition by Winning Solutions. They make pretty cool editions of classics.

u/mrhamsandwich · 40 pointsr/physicsgifs

If anyone is interested, there's a really fun board game based on this concept called Yikerz. Basically, you try to fit as many magnets onto a game board as you can without causing a chain reaction.

u/SoobieDoobieDude · 50 pointsr/physicsgifs

Saw a guy at a music festival a few weeks ago wearing one of these as a bracelet and was definitely mesmerized! watching it crawl up and down his arm as he danced was fantastic and I wanted to ask him what it was or where he got it but lost him in the crowd before I could. So thanks for posting this with the name. That allowed me to find it on Amazon.

u/tmakaro · 10 pointsr/physicsgifs

In my experience, most physicists write spaghetti code with no documentation that is a nightmare for others to work with, and even the original author of the code after not looking at it for a while.

While I don't think my code is that bad, I do think that I could have structured it to have fewer global variables by making better use of functions.

Here is a few quick tips for jupyter notebooks specifically. Here is a book on writing clean code. I would also recommend reading the python style guide (pep8 and pep257). I'd also highly recommend learning how to use a linter such as pycodestyle or pylint.

u/7LeagueBoots · 1 pointr/physicsgifs

Not too difficult with a lathe and careful measurements.

You can buy a really high-end one here though.

This page as some good ones too

u/ExperimentalFailures · 1 pointr/physicsgifs

Levitation kit is easy to find

Haven't seen any of these you can spin before though.

u/RyanTheCynic · 1 pointr/physicsgifs

Same principle as the thin film that does the same, except easier to see how it functions.

The film I’m talking about

u/SirSoliloquy · 3 pointsr/physicsgifs

I think this is it, but the one review of the book on Amazon makes me believe the author is, in fact, a crackpot.

>Manson explains how most of the anomalies we find on this earth and its most dramatic features are only 6 to 12 thousand years old. Most all occurred in the year of the flood of Noah.

I think I'll stick with the other book of the same title. Seems more scientifically accurate.

u/warsy26 · 5 pointsr/physicsgifs

Found it on Amazon here, but it might be cheaper on Vat19 or elsewhere. Google "blue magnetic putty".

u/adamwho · 25 pointsr/physicsgifs

I bet you are not from the US because "pipe cleaner" means something slightly different ( and no, I am not making a dirty joke).

u/tresser · 8 pointsr/physicsgifs

reading your post i was reminded i own a similar game, but i never play it