Physics, explained with Sharpies.
Using only a set of colored markers and paper, the MinutePhysics series of videos, created by Waterloo-based Henry Reich, answers big questions about the world dealing with existence, matter, light, perception, and a multitude of the universe’s phenomema.
What is the universe?
Is it better to walk or run in the rain?
Is there poop on the moon?
How far is a second?
What is pink?
Deconstructing tricky and encompassing subjects down into real-world examples, drawings and stories, MinutePhysics explains the world in videos that are three minutes or less. These videos also make great conversation-starters for talking about physics with your kids.