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  • Explaining explain, LUDWIK KOWALSKI
  • IMAGINARY NUMBERS, Seckinger, Jennifer
  • discussing science books for children, William Beaty
  • Re: sun's spectrum - riposte, Leigh Palmer
  • Fw: Sun rotation project, Bob Sciamanda
  • Re: Solar power, Marlyn Jakub
  • Re: Breaking sticks or spaghetti, Sam Sampere
  • Re: Boring labs, Herbert H. Gottlieb
  • Viruses, Jim Green
  • Re: nuclear hazards, GARY HEMMINGER
  • Re: nuclear hazards was solar energy, LUDWIK KOWALSKI
  • Re: microwave power settings, SCIAMANDA
  • Friction, Lowell Herr
  • nuclear hazards, was solar energy, LUDWIK KOWALSKI
  • Imaginary and complex numbers, lhodges
  • Nuclear waste, JOHN CAMERON
  • Re: sun's spectrum, David Dockstader
  • Re: sun's spectrum (fwd), Roger Freedman
  • Cloud chamber mystery, Maurice Barnhill
  • a suggestion, LUDWIK KOWALSKI
  • Re: what are the labs for?, LUDWIK KOWALSKI
  • Potential Energy = "U"?, kifer/belk
  • Light slows down in glass?, William Beaty
  • Van de Graaf, Jason
  • CyclePad educational software, Julie Baher
  • The principle of principles, Raymond A. Rogoway
  • Re: light slows down in glass, LUDWIK KOWALSKI
  • Re: light is slowing down, LUDWIK KOWALSKI
  • Re: reflection and refraction, Seckinger, Jennifer
  • How to dissipate charges from aeroplanes?, GEORGE PANAGIOTAKOPOULOS
  • Re: Simple explanations. Was: what are the labs for?, kifer/belk
  • "Greenhouse" effect. Was: light is slowing down, Donald E. Simanek
  • greenhouse misconception, William Beaty
  • Mars Global Surveyor, Lowell Herr
  • Posting Problems, Dr. William Newbolt
  • Re: understand understanding, LUDWIK KOWALSKI
  • Re: Simple expanations. was what are the labs for, LUDWIK KOWALSKI
  • Re: Radioactive SparkPlugs, Steven T. Ratliff
  • Re: understand understanding, simple explanations, etc., Dewey Dykstra, Jr.
  • Standing waves, LUDWIK KOWALSKI
  • H7R Fundamentals of Physics Solutions, Ken Fox
  • Re:Workshop on medical instrumentation, JOHN CAMERON
  • Crumple zones, scott johnston
  • Right, wrong, and switching opinions, William Beaty
  • Re: Right, wrong, and switching oponions, David Bowman
  • A list of textbook misconceptions, LUDWIK KOWALSKI
  • Explanation of airfoils [was: Right, wrong, and switching opinions], John Trammell
  • Uncl: course/instructor evaluations, DMATHIE
  • Re: Explanation of airfoils [was: Right, wrong, and switching, Chuck Britton
  • Re: No. 5 in A list of textbook misconceptions, Herbert H. Gottlieb
  • Physics for Scientists and Engineers, Eugene P. Mosca
  • Re: about the LIST OF TEXTBOOK MISCONCEPTIONS, LUDWIK KOWALSKI
  • Re: Explanation of airfoils, William Beaty
  • DO NOT REPLY. TEXTBOOK MISCONCEPTIONS., LUDWIK KOWALSKI
  • REPLY TO ALL (about textbook misconceptions), LUDWIK KOWALSKI
  • Re: Misconceptions, Allen Shotwell
  • REPLY TO ALL. text misconceptions, LUDWIK KOWALSKI
  • DO NOT REPLY. TEXTBOOK MISCONCEPTIONS, LUDWIK KOWALSKI
  • Medical Physics Workshop - correction to URL, JOHN CAMERON
  • REPLY TO ALL, text misconceptions, LUDWIK KOWALSKI
  • Simulation software, Paolo Cavallo
  • Comments: txtbk misconceptions, Rauber, Joel Phys
  • REPLY TO ALL--Misconceptions:Airfoil, Richard W. Tarara
  • Re: Airfoil, brian whatcott
  • Common misconception, Leigh Palmer
  • looking for new ideas, Mark Sylvester
  • The Bill, Jim Green
  • Apparent weight, LUDWIK KOWALSKI
  • DO NOT REPLY. TEXT MISCONCEPTIONS, LUDWIK KOWALSKI
  • Leaving Phys-l?, Seckinger, Jennifer
  • Re: A list of textbook miscon: spatial coherence, William Beaty
  • Capacitor Charged, Right term, Ken Fox
  • Ceiling fan design, Neil D. Adams
  • magnetic poles, Mark Sylvester
  • Magnetic field lines like this?, LUDWIK KOWALSKI
  • Re: magnetic lines like this?, LUDWIK KOWALSKI
  • solar monopole, William Beaty
  • potential difference reduced by dielectrics, Michael Moloney
  • What's to replace "charged?", William Beaty
  • Misconceptions--a comment, Rick Tarara
  • "Charged" capacitor mis-terminology, Bob Sciamanda
  • Re: apparent force, LUDWIK KOWALSKI
  • DO NOT REPLY, TEXT MISCONCEPTIONS, LUDWIK KOWALSKI
  • The thread of threads, Mark Sylvester
  • The conceptual change process (long), William Beaty
  • Re: CHARGED CAPACITOR TERM, LUDWIK KOWALSKI
  • Butchered ASCII messages, LUDWIK KOWALSKI
  • Some More Problems, Herb Schulz
  • Re: magnetic field like this?, LUDWIK KOWALSKI
  • Sunburn from sitting in car, Pang-Chieh Chou
  • misconception regarding capacitors?, Leigh Palmer
  • Misconception by omission, Bob Sciamanda
  • Re: misconception bu omission, LUDWIK KOWALSKI
  • weightless and north seeking, Richard H. Hodson
  • Capacitor terminology, Steven T. Ratliff
  • more on butchered email, John Gastineau
  • Test (Delete), A. R. Marlow
  • Re: mmF for Capacitors, Vern Lindberg
  • Frames of Reference, Lowell Herr
  • Circuit boards for teachers and schools, Herbert H. Gottlieb
  • The exponential RC discharge opportunity, Bob Sciamanda
  • Re: nice units, Allen Shotwell
  • Equivalence Principle, A. R. Marlow
  • Newton's Law III, A. R. Marlow
  • Capacitors store atomic energy! ;), William Beaty
  • Solar eclipse, John C. Park
  • Re: The conceptual change process, David Bowman
  • What two words . . . ?, SCIAMANDA
  • RC discharge behavior, SCIAMANDA
  • Re: Capacitor Misconceptions, Prof. John P. Ertel (wizard)
  • Test Posts getting lost?, Bob Sciamanda
  • Data collection hardware, kyle forinash
  • sequential numbering, LUDWIK KOWALSKI
  • E-Motor, Arturo Pascalin
  • Skin the cat, Ken Fox
  • conceptual change list, William Beaty
  • Throw the ball to yourself, William Beaty
  • Re: Solar eclipse (not), Sam Sampere
  • data collection, George Marrash
  • Re: Various phases of ice, Mojca Cepic
  • more on capacitors, Mark Shapiro
  • RE: India conference, Teresa Hein
  • Re: apparent weight--Pedagogy, Richard W. Tarara
  • Microgravity and G-jitter, John Mallinckrodt
  • Explaining, Leigh Palmer
  • Outstanding Physics Student Certificates, Warren Hein
  • Curvature of Space, Joseph Bellina
  • New chime, Leigh Palmer
  • correcting misconceptions - ice skating, Larry Smith
  • what IS a capacitor anyhow?, William Beaty
  • sunburn, Rauber, Joel Phys
  • Circular orbits, and other stuff, LUDWIK KOWALSKI
  • Re: what IS a capacitor anyhow, LUDWIK KOWALSKI
  • Re: circular orbits and other stuff, LUDWIK KOWALSKI
  • direction of Delbrueck scattering (was curvature of space), DSCHROEDER
  • SI units, Chuck Britton
  • Scotch tape, was Re: Curvature of Space, John Gastineau
  • transfer of angular momentum during protostar collapse?, George Spagna
  • Needed: Summer Opportunity for High School Student, Warren Hein
  • displacement current, Rauber, Joel Phys
  • suggestion, Mark Sylvester
  • Universal expansion or local contraction?, Raacc
  • Centrifugal Force, A. R. Marlow
  • Forces??, Rauber, Joel Phys
  • Re: Scotch tape, "Sticky Electrostatics", William Beaty
  • ellipse --> circle ?, LUDWIK KOWALSKI
  • Re: ABOUT OUR LIST, LUDWIK KOWALSKI
  • Re: DO NOT REPLY, LUDWIK KOWALSKI
  • Re: phases of ice, brian whatcott
  • Increasing Mass of Particles, Lowell Herr
  • textbook prices, DSCHROEDER
  • Test (discard), A. R. Marlow
  • Re: Increasing Mass of Particles (fwd), A. R. Marlow
  • Electric Deflection of Water Columns, brian whatcott
  • The good old days (was Re: textbook prices), John Mallinckrodt
  • optical diodes, was Re: Curvature of Space, John Gastineau
  • Re: The good old days, Martha Takats
  • A paradox?, LUDWIK KOWALSKI
  • good old days - favorite meters, new and old, Michael Moloney
  • getting old, Mark Shapiro
  • Summer T^3 Instutute in Toledo OH, David Simmons
  • misconception re ice melting under skates, crawford j maccallum
  • Re: a paradox ?, LUDWIK KOWALSKI
  • Leaving the List, Matthew P. Lowry
  • radiation pressure, Leigh Palmer
  • Re: HP-15C, Prof. John P. Ertel (wizard)
  • is "ice cube cutting wire" demo a misconception?, William Beaty
  • 8 mm film loop projector, LUDWIK KOWALSKI
  • preliminary result on textbook prices, DSCHROEDER
  • American students do poorly in math and science, Larry Smith
  • A Feynman Reading, Bob Sciamanda
  • ice and wire experiments, LUDWIK KOWALSKI
  • topics, Dr. William Newbolt
  • Re: Textbook Misconceptions, Tim Folkerts
  • Hestenes Mechanics book, Bob Sciamanda
  • Anti-matter, John DaCorte
  • What to teach (was: American students do poorly), Tim Folkerts
  • Re: What to teach (was: American students do poorly), Tim Burgess
  • Re: antimatter, Paul Zitzewitz
  • SI units (historical refs.), Rick Strickert
  • TIMSS on the Web, Roger Freedman
  • Millennium Evening at the White House, Warren Hein
  • new fifth force, Larry Smith
  • Re:What to teach (was ...), LUDWIK KOWALSKI
  • Re: ice melting (was under skates), brian whatcott
  • An interesting opportunity, Namkcihp
  • Text omission = lost pedagogical opportunity, Bob Sciamanda
  • [no subject], Unknown


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