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Do Cause and Effect Really Exist? (Big Picture Ep. 2/5)
Examine cause and effect through the lens of physics. A video lesson describes how the reality of cause and effect does not apply to physics. Rather than following cause and effect, particles simply change in a predictable pattern.
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- Have pupils write three things they wonder about after viewing the video
- Flip the lesson and assign the video as homework
- Requires a basic understanding of quantum physics
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