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Doodle Science teaches you high school physics in a less boring way in almost no time!
There are 10 types of energy. Magnetic, the energy in magnets, electromagnets and the Earth's magnetic field. Kinetic, the energy in moving objects, like this bullet out of a gun. Heat, which is also called thermal energy. Light, the energy from the sun and your phone. Gravitational potential, the energy stores in raised objects like a skydivers jumping from 15,000 feet. Chemical, the energy stored in cheese, fuel and batteries. Sound, the energy released by vibrating objects such as my voice that you're listening to now (hopefully). Electrical, the energy in lightning and the energy that powers your toaster. Elastic potential, the energy stored in stretched or squashed objects like a catapult to the bum. And finally, Nuclear, the coolest of them all, stored in the nuclei of atoms. Now that's a lot to take in, but remember, Not Every Clever Get Might Know Spiders Have Eight Legs and you'll be fine.