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  1. Georgius Agricola, 500 Jahre: Wissenschaftliche Konferenz vom 25. - 27. März 1994 in Chemnitz, Freistaat Sachsen (History of physics/engineering) (German Edition)
  2. The Pleasing Preceptor; Or Familiar Instructions in Natural History and Physics,: Adapted to the Capacities of Youth, and Calculated Equally to Inform ... of More Dry and Severe Study:, Volume 1 by Anonymous, 2010-03-09
  3. Physics: From Newton to the Big Bang (History of Science) by Albert Stwertka, Eve Stwertka, 1986-10
  4. The Extension of Man: A History of Physics before the Quantum by J. D. Bernal, 1972-04-15
  5. Fullerene C60: History, Physics, Nanobiology, Nanotechnology by Djuro Koruga, Stuart Hameroff, et all 1993-05
  6. Fruitful Encounters:The Origin of the Solar System and of the Moon from Chamberlin to Apollo (History of Modern Planetary Physics, Vol 3) by Stephen G. Brush, 1996-04-26
  7. Physical Sciences and History of Physics (Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science)
  8. A History of Modern Planetary Physics 3 Volume Hardback set: Volume 1, The Origin of the Solar System and the Core of the Earth from Laplace to Jeffreys: Nebulous Earth by Stephen G. Brush, 1997-08-13
  9. A History of Modern Planetary Physics: Volume 1, The Origin of the Solar System and the Core of the Earth from LaPlace to Jeffreys: Nebulous Earth (v. 1) by Stephen G. Brush, 2009-01-11
  10. A History of Modern Planetary Physics: Transmuted Past (Volume 2) by Stephen G. Brush, 1996-02-23
  11. Selected Stories: Physics-Astrophysics, Mathematics, History of Science by T. Rassias, 1982-03
  12. A Level Syllabus Studies: History and Physics by Schools Council Research Studies, 1974
  13. The Extensions of Man - a History of Physics Before 1900 by J. D. Bernal, 1973
  14. Solid State Physics: Webster's Timeline History, 1934 - 2007 by Icon Group International, 2009-02-23

121. Northern Illinois University Physics Department
Includes information on its outreach programs, seminars, research groups, lists of staff and students, course information and related links.
Department of Physics

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Colloquium schedule

Upcoming Colloquium:
Friday, September 16 Competing Charge, Orbital and Magnetic Order in Colossal Magnetoresisitve Manganites
Stephan Rosenkranz Argonne National Laboratory

Refreshments at 3:20, Colloquium at 3:30 in Faraday West 200.
W elcome! It is my pleasure to welcome you to the Northern Illinois University Department of Physics Web Site. Here you will find information about our facilities and equipment, our faculty members' research interests, and our programs of study. We offer programs at the Bachelor's, Master's and Doctorate levels as well as certification for teaching Physics. We would be pleased to provide you with additional information about our department, programs, or people. You may contact us by phone at (815)753-1772, by FAX at (815)753-8565, or by email at We would also like all of you to join us in celebrating 2005 as the World Year in Physics. Additional information on this can be found at the WYP2005 site Susan M. Mini

122. Eric Weisstein's World Of Physics
Online encyclopedia of physics terms and formulas. Full searchable, and also browsable alphabetically and by topic. Part of Eric s Treasure Troves of

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124. The School Of Physics At The University Of Edinburgh
Research details, contact information, resources for prospective students, and seminars.
School of Physics Feedback Text only Physics at Edinburgh is a world-class centre, with the 5th largest body of researchers in the UK Information For Information About Quick Links Prospective Undergraduates Contacts and Maps Prospective Postgraduates Research ... studentships now available in all research areas! WWW

125. Experiment In Physics
On the uses, value, and epistomelogy of experiment. By Allan Franklin, University of Colorado.
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Physics, and natural science in general, is a reasonable enterprise based on valid experimental evidence, criticism, and rational discussion. It provides us with knowledge of the physical world, and it is experiment that provides the evidence that grounds this knowledge. Experiment plays many roles in science. One of its important roles is to test theories and to provide the basis for scientific knowledge. It can also call for a new theory, either by showing that an accepted theory is incorrect, or by exhibiting a new phenomenon that is in need of explanation. Experiment can provide hints toward the structure or mathematical form of a theory and it can provide evidence for the existence of the entities involved in our theories. Finally, it may also have a life of its own, independent of theory. Scientists may investigate a phenomenon just because it looks interesting. Such experiments may provide evidence for a future theory to explain. [Examples of these different roles will be presented below.] As we shall see below, a single experiment may play several of these roles at once. If experiment is to play these important roles in science then we must have good reasons to believe experimental results, for science is a fallible enterprise. Theoretical calculations, experimental results, or the comparison between experiment and theory may all be wrong. Science is more complex than "The scientist proposes, Nature disposes." It may not always be clear what the scientist is proposing. Theories often need to be articulated and clarified. It also may not be clear how Nature is disposing. Experiments may not always give clear-cut results, and may even disagree for a time.

126. SSDOO Education: Activities For Students
Space science activities for elementary and secondary students in astronomy, physics, life sciences, and space technology.
Space Science Activities for Students
The following activities are sponsored by current and former SSDOO staff members:
The following activities are recommended for students in the Greenbelt, MD vicinity:
Other Useful Links: Return to SSDOO Education home page Author: Carolyn Ng Contact Person: Nathan L. James,, (301)286-9789

127. APS Forum On Physics And Society Newsletters
Quarterly newsletter; articles on nuclear proliferation, nuclear power and energy policy.
Physics and Society is the quarterly of the Forum on Physics and Society, a division of the American Physical Society. It presents letters, commentary, book reviews, and reviewed articles on the relations of physics and the physics community to government and society. It also carries news of the Forum and provides a medium for Forum members to exchange ideas. Opinions expressed are those of the authors alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of the APS or of the Forum. Contributed articles (up to 2500 words, technicalities are encouraged), letters (500 words), commentary (1000 words), reviews (1000 words), and brief news articles, are welcome. Send them to the editor or (for reviews) to the reviews editor. Macintosh disks (accompanied by hard copy) are welcome, as is hard copy. Editor: Al Saperstein; co-editor: Jeff Marque. For names of other editors, see the list of officers on the Forum Homepage. Layout: Amera Jones

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128. Fortran 90 And HPF Programs
Fortran 90 and HPF Programs Related to the Book An Introduction to Computational physics , by Tao Pang, Cambridge University Press (1997).
Fortran 90 and HPF Programs Related to the Book
Book Title: An Introduction to Computational Physics
Author: Tao Pang
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication Place: New York
Publication Date: September, 1997
ISBN's: 0-521-48143-0 (hardback); 0-521-48592-4 (paperback)
List Prices: $110 (hardback); $42.95 (paperback)
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    • Program 1.1 : One-dimensional motion under a harmonic force.
    Chapter 2. Basic Numerical Methods
  • 129. Women In Physics At Toronto
    Events calendar, articles, and links.
    Women in Physics
    at the University of Toronto
    Welcome to the Women in Physics Web Page at the University of Toronto. This page contains information about the Department of Physics as well as links to other sites of interest to female students. Many of us here in the department are striving to improve the atmosphere for women. Get involved! The support you can receive from other women in the department can only enhance your experience here at U of T.
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    Summary resolution on enhancing the role of women in physics (from IUPAP General Assembly conference, October 2002)
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    130. AAS Solar Physics Division
    Greenbelt, Md Members, organization, news, meetings, contacts.
    Join now via HTML or PDF application form Get your e-mail via SolarMail Read the latest SolarNews Search the SPD membership list About the SPD Officers Members ... Links
    Next meeting:
    The 2006 SPD meeting will be held in
    Durham, New Hampshire, 2006 June 25-30.
    The meeting will be held on the UNH campus and a wide range in housing options from air conditioned, internet wired dorm rooms to the elegant New England Center hotel will be available. The LOC is considering a golf tournament and hikes on Sunday before the meeting. Durham NH is served by airlines flying out of Portland ME, Manchester NH, and Boston MA.
    Jim Ryan (LOC Chair), Ed DeLuca (SOC Chair)
    Past meeting:
    The 2005 SPD meeting, held jointly with the AGU's Joint Assembly in New Orleans, was a resounding success. Links to details about the Hale and Harvey Prize talks can be found on the new Prizes page. Return to the main AAS web page Last redesign 2005 August 25 - S. Cranmer
    Last revised 2005 August 26 - J.B. Gurman

    131. APS News Online Limericks
    physics limericks from the contests sponsored by the American Physical Society!
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    132. Acoustics And Vibration Animations
    Dan Russell, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Applied physics at Kettering University in Flint, MI
    Acoustics and Vibration Animations
    Dan Russell
    , Ph.D., Associate Professor of Applied Physics at Kettering University in Flint, MI The links below contain animations which visualize certain concepts concerning acoustics and vibration. The choice of animations coincides with topics covered in the courses PHYS-382, Acoustics I: Sounds and Sources , and PHYS-482, Acoustics II: Sound and Vibration , which I teach at Kettering University. The contents (and links) of this page were last updated May 7, 2003
    Acoustics I: Sounds and Sources
    Basic Wave Phenomena
    Sound Waves and Radiation from Sources

    133. Science On High-Energy Lasers: From Today To The NIF
    An overview of science performed with high energy lasers, including five scientific areas (astrophysics and space physics, hydrodynamics, material properties, plasma physics, radiation sources, and radiative properties).
    Science on High-Energy Lasers:
    From Today to the NIF
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    Material Properties

    Plasma Physics
    Radiative Properties

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    To help you find specific subject areas, we have also provided a document map showing all the sections and subsections. Last modified on February 1, 1996
    If you have technical questions about this page contact: Richard Lee ( and Science on High-Energy Lasers: From Today to the NIF

    134. Physics 1996
    Awarded to David M. Lee, Douglas D. Osheroff, and Robert C. Richardson. The press release contains a good (technical) discussion of the superfluidity of helium3.
    The Nobel Prize in Physics 1996
    "for their discovery of superfluidity in helium-3" David M. Lee Douglas D. Osheroff Robert C. Richardson 1/3 of the prize 1/3 of the prize 1/3 of the prize USA USA USA Cornell University
    Ithaca, NY, USA Stanford University
    Stanford, CA, USA Cornell University
    Ithaca, NY, USA b. 1931 b. 1945 b. 1937 The Nobel Prize in Physics 1996
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    135. The University Of Michigan Health Physics Web Site
    Information and links from the University of Michigan health physics students.

    About Members Resources ... Additions/Updates Search: Quick Links Current Topics Introduction Research Resources Organizations and Societies ... Educational Resources
    Welcome to the University of Michigan Health Physics Web Site: An internet resource for radiation, nuclear, and health physics topics. The "Quick Links" menu to the left provides listings of resources and information on the following topics: Current Topics: Contains information regarding cellular phones, food irradiation, and depleted uranium. Introduction (to Radiation): Provides an introduction to radiation, terminology and its part in human lives. Organizations and Societies: A listing of radiology and health physics societies. Professional Resources: Provides information, company information and other resources for the health physics professional Educational Resources: A source of information for students interested in the nuclear and health physics related fields.

    136. Hyperspace Physics
    Visions of the otherworld from several paradigmatic perspectives. alanwatts aleph axis circuits chat crimethinc cybercraft DNA forum forum new hyperspace iching incunabula IRC status leary lilly login mckenna mcluhan news media meme oracle PDFA random RAWilson RSS sabbats shaman thoughtcrime updates warnings who's online To German To Spanish To French To Italian To Portuguese To Japanese To Korean To Chinese Random DMT and Hyperspace
    Linked Documents related to Hyperspace Physics Physics: Big Bang Theory Black Holes are extremely cold Empty space has energy II. Ong's Hat: Gateway to the Dimensions! Michio Kaku on the Theory of Hyperspace Morphogenesis Physics/The Elegant Universe Physics/Try This At Home Quantum Resonance in the Synaptic Field Relativity State-Specific Physics The Great Timestream Bifurcation The infinite complexity of our immediate environment The visible universe could lie on a membrane Vacuum Density Wave Function of the Universe(s) PHYSICS

    137. Laboratory For Atmospheric And Space Physics
    Conducts basic theoretical and experimental research in planetary, atmospheric, magnetospheric, and solar physics.
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    138. Physics And Astronomy Reference
    Includes physical constants, online unit conversions, periodic table of elements, exact time, fundamental physical formulae and equations.
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    139. IFE - Institute For Energy Technology
    Norway's national research center for nuclear and energy technology describes its research and development activities in nuclear technology and safety, physics, petroleum technology, energy and environmental technology, materials and corrosion technology, mantechnology-organization, and the OECD Halden Reactor Project.
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    Institute for Energy Technology (IFE) is the research institute for energy and nuclear technology in Norway. IFE's nuclear technology comprises all activities that are related to the Institute's two research reactors, in Halden and at Kjeller. The most important news from Institute for Energy Technology are listed below. Extended Teamwork
    IFE has performed an experiment to generate empirical data on this effect. This concept “Extended Teamwork” implies a concurrent focus on human-human and human-automation co-operation. The new MTO-Labs made it possible to represent an advanced design concept.

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