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Science  25 Sep 1998:
Vol. 281, Issue 5385, pp. 1919
DOI: 10.1126/science.281.5385.1919b

Household physics. Find out what goes on inside your CD player or why badminton birdies are made that way at How Things Work, written by a physics professor (Landau1.phys.Virginia.EDU/Education/Teaching/HowThingsWork). A flashier site along these lines is How Stuff Works,

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