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Volume I, on mechanics and thermodynamics, is presented here.

Volume II, on relativity and cosmology, is presented here.

Volume III, on electromagnetism and the brain, is presented and summarized here.

Volume IV, on quantum physics, is presented here.

Volume V, on biology, technology and astrophysics, is presented here.

If you want to experience why physics, the science of motion, is so fascinating, think about the story of the atoms and molecules in your body: the hydrogen atomes formed in the big bang, the carbon in some star that exploded long before the Sun formed. The water molecules were collected on Earth from comets that crashed onto our planet long before life formed. And if you want to know what is so fascinating about motion around us, watch the videos on this page.

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