Vytautas Galaunia on PhysicsSoftware engineer @qoorio4 months ago
My ex colleague some time ago shared this video. Old, but simple video explaining frames of reference. It’s all about physics, but I also find many relations with my day to day life.
Frames of Reference (1960)

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