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Hi there colleagues, its great paragraph on the topic
of teachingand fully explained, keep it up all the time.
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Thanks!!! Your article is very helpful!!! By the way, I read your paper “Work and heat transfer in the presence of sliding friction” recently. It’s awesome!! Most of physics teacher in Taiwan don’t know and perhaps don’t want to resolve the paradox you mentioned in that paper. It really help me so much!!
“On the GlowScript edit page, click Share this program to see how to let other people run your program.”
The information given when you click “Share this program” includes how to place the GlowScript program into your own web page. A different issue is how to place such a program into a WordPress blog, and I don’t know how to do that. However, see my blog article about neutron decay to see an example of a direct link to a GlowScript visualization.
WOW!!! I’m so exciting to talk to you!!! Yes, my question is how to place GlowScript program into my own WordPress Post. I want to create powerful physics animations to illustrate those abstract concepts such as the gravitational potential energy in gravitational field. That’s why I want to post GlowScript animation on my wordpress post. I’ll go to see your article about neutron!! Hmm…. I’m not good at discussing physics in English…. LOL
First off I want to say terrific blog! I had a quick question which I’d like to ask if you don’t mind.
I was curious to know how you center yourself and clear your mind before writing.
I have had a tough time clearing my mind in getting my thoughts out.
I truly do enjoy writing but it just seems like the first 10 to 15 minutes tend
to be lost simply just trying to figure out how to begin.
Any recommendations or hints? Thanks!
Sorry, I have no words of wisdom on the subject. The most I can say is that writing is hard, but it is less hard if one does a lot of it.
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