Frames of Reference (1960): Probably The Most Fun Physics Lecture You’ll Ever See 

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b4xmHNgiYtA

Frames of Reference is a 1960 educational film that was made to be shown in high school physics courses. It features professors Patterson Hume and Donald Ivey of the University of Toronto who illustrate various physics concepts through different frames of references.

Source: Frames of Reference (1960): Probably The Most Fun Physics Lecture You’ll Ever See – Neatorama

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