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Incredible physics posters

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If, like us, you've essentially repressed everything you were told in GCSE physics, other than how to mess around with magnets, then firstly, welcome.

Secondly, these posters might help you out a bit. The very talented Justin Van Genderen has created a set of four designs to educate us on the fundamental forces of the known universe. Luckily, they look pretty damn nice too.

You can pick them up here.

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