
Middle School  Grades 79

P=Project E=Experiment

Automated search for gravitationally lensed quasars
[P]
[P]
The Twin Paradox & The Grandfather Paradox
[P]
[P]
Quantum Physics and Schroedinger’s Cat: How can a cat be alive and dead at the same time?
[P]
Prove Isaac Newton's laws of gravity and Albert Einstein's General Theory of Relativity.
[E]
Explore Einstein's famous equation of E=mc^{2}.
[P]
Investigate if the light coming out of the headlights of a speeding car will beat the speed of light in vacuum.
[P]
Explore the deep space  stars and black holes
[E]
[E]
[P]
[P]
Interdisciplinary Topic: Time

High School  Grades 1012

P=Project E=Experiment

Research and explain how scientists detected, at LIGO, gravitational waves that were predicted by Einstein’s Theory of General Relativity.
[E]
[E]
[E]
[E]
[E]
Morphological Identification of WideSeparation Gravitationally Lensed Quasars
[P]
[P]
A theory for describing the quantum mechanics of gravity
[P]
[P]
Follow in the steps of MichelsonMorley: Detecting The Ether Wind Experiment
[E]
The Effect of the Curvature of Spacetime on the Speed of Graviton Force as Perceived by an Outside Observer
[E]
Measuring the Speed of Gravity using Ocean Tide Models in Conjunction with Solar and Lunar Position Tracks
[E]
Bending spacetime, matter and gravity
[E]
Gauging Black Hole Behavior: Modeling AdS/CFT Correspondence through a Particle Accelerator
[E]
Will quantum teleportation allow time travel?
[P]
Black Holes: A Journey into the Unknown
[P]
The effects of the temperature of the universe on Black Holes as the universe ages.
[E]
Investigate the Cosmological theory of the Big Bang
[P]
Interdisciplinary Topic: Time

Useful Links

R=Resource

Science Fair Projects Resources
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Relativity Milestones
[R]
Black Holes Resources
[R]
Famous Vacuum Scientists and Notable Contributions
[R]
Optics Resources
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Citation Guides, Style Manuals, Reference
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Safety Resources
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Physics Science Fair Books

