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Galileo discovered the language of nature. Einstein questioned the color of rainbows. Today's physics teachers and students are pondering the vertical acceleration and horizontal velocity of an angry bird in flight.

Cell-phone owners from all walks of life have flocked to the popular, affordable mobile game "Angry Birds" for its bite-sized entertainment, quirky humor, and cheerful art style. Physics teachers, however, are taking to the game for an entirely...

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