How can thermodynamics make our daily lives easier? Will engineering help us accomplish a cleaner energy source leading to less pollution? How will this affect the economy?
We’ve become accustomed to many conveniences around the home. However, many of these pose threats to our lives. What are the most dangerous items and how can education help reduce their threats?
What effects does knot theory have on our understanding of quantitative literacy? What do the implications of this relatively unknown field have on our understanding of physics in general?
What are the principles of thermodynamics? Can these be explained in a way that most people will understand or are the principles limited to those people who already understand the terminology?
How can a better understanding of these two factors affect the way we build or advance methods of transportation? Will it lead to more fuel efficiency or faster travel times? What will public perception be like?
What advantages can the modern home see if quantum mechanics were to enter our lives? Can quantum mechanics play into other aspects outside of the home and have a significant impact?
Will society benefit from nanotechnology? What will these benefits be? What are the implications of nanotechnology on social and political views?
Sports physics are a popular sub-field. What can be learned about the physics in a basketball free throw that could give us some perspective about how to improve abilities in the sport?
Will this ever be possible? What kind of language needs to be used in order for the common person to understand the basic physics of theory? Is this really necessary or is it more of a convenient commodity?
Chaos theory is often discussed and brought up in classrooms as a catch-all explanation for what can’t be explained. However, chaos theory is often misunderstood. What would an accurate explanation do in terms of how we reason with our lives?
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