Summer of Science: Nature and Physics at Cupertino Library
“For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.”
Sir Isaac Newton’s third law of physics is so familiar by now, that we may not always remember where it came from. Professor Farshod Mosh returns for our final Summer of Science program, Nature and Physicson Saturday, July 27th at 3:00 pm. at the Cupertino Community Hall. We all obey the laws of physics whether or not we understand them, so this is a great chance to learn more about them.
The law of gravity is probably the most familiar, since it’s one of the earliest scientific concepts we wonder about as children. But physics is also about the forces of motion and momentum, energy and inertia. Physics affects not only how we move around, but how we perceive color and light, and how we hear music, voices and other sounds as well.
We hope you and your families have enjoyed our Summer of Science series. Please let us know if you would like to have more scientific programs at the Cupertino Library. The Summer of Science has been kindly sponsored by the Friends of the Cupertino Library.