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Physics By Aristotle , R. P. Hardie, R. K. Gaye
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“The first of those who studied science were misled in their search for truth and the nature of things by their inexperience, which as it were thrust them into another path. So they say that... More > none of the things that are either comes to be or passes out of existence, because what comes to be must do so either from what is or from what is not, both of which are impossible.”.... Aristotle (384 BC – 322 BC) was a Greek philosopher and polymath, a student of Plato and teacher of Alexander the Great. Aristotle's Physics is one of the early foundational of physics that offered a coherent, logical, and natural explanation of motion and change within the physical world. It is a collection of treatises that deal with the most general philosophical principles of natural or moving things, both living and non-living. It discusses the principles and causes of change, movement and motion.< Less
History of Physics at Indiana University By Mark Gebhard
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History of Physics at Indiana University from 1830 to 2009. Information on the city of Bloomington, Indiana and the departments of Indiana University through this time period.
Physics History at Indiana University II By Mark Gebhard
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History of the Physics Department at Indiana University centered around teaching and service activities
Is The Universe An App? Exploring the Physics of Awareness By Andrea Diem-Lane, David Lane
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The idea that the world is an illusion which betrays its real origin has a long tradition and can be found in the writings of Hindu rishis, early Greek philosophers, and Christian gnostics. What is... More > perhaps surprising is to find such a rich literature on the subject in neuroscience and quantum physics. The latest, and perhaps most provocative, idea to gain some currency in varying scientific disciplines is the hypothesis that the universe is the result of a computational simulation and, as such, is an incredibly rich and detailed illusion which has ultimately tricked us into believing otherwise.< Less
Journal of Physics Special Topics (Vol. 12) By University of Leicester
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A compilation of the papers published as part of the University of Leicester's Journal of Special Topics in 2013/2014. A brilliant product if you were part of that year!
Journal of Physics Special Topics (Vol. 11) By University of Leicester
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A compilation of the papers published as part of the University of Leicester's Journal of Special Topics in 2012/2013. A brilliant product if you were part of that year!
Elon University General Physics Lab Manual By Shon Gilliam
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This lab manual is primarily intended for students taking General Physics I at Elon University.
The Materialist and Infinite Universe beyond the Abstractionist Paradigm of Physics By Stephen Mooney
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A materialist and connected perspective of the Universe.
Discovery of Three New Laws of the Physics of the Universe color By James Carter
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This book describes the new Circlon Synchronicity philosophy that uses the mechanics of Newton’s F=ma for the measurement of energy and matter within a universe of absolute mass, space, time... More > and gravity. The discovery that the electron’s mass has been decreasing since the beginning of time reveals the creation of matter in our evolutionary past. This creation story combines the Big Bang theory’s measurements with the evolving electrodynamics of circlon shaped electrons, protons and photons. This story begins with red shifted Hubble galaxies and the so called Dark Energy supernovas. Next, the photons of the 2.7˚K Cosmic Blackbody Radiation are created by 2256 decaying neutrons at the end of a stable neutron cloud era. A long time prior to this, all of our electrons and protons were bifurcated from a single anti-Hydrogen atom. This book is illustrated with many circlon models, nuclear structures, charts and equations that depict circlon electrodynamics and the evolution of the universe.< Less
Universities Asleep at the Switch: A Fresh Look at Quantum Physics By Daniel P. Fitzpatrick, Jr.
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LIBRARY QUALITY HARDBACK Learn why future science will prove that "Binary stars of the same mass must have opposite spins," and scores of other insights about the nature of the physical... More > universe... Quarks are the smallest phenomena from which our universe is built. Galaxies are the largest. Can the dances of the stars and rotation of the tiniest atomic structures all be governed by one set of rules? Today's colleges and universities say no, but Daniel P. Fitzpatrick envisions unified answers to everything that makes our universe tick -- and what it means to human beings in the middle of it all.< Less