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  • Re: Tutoring, Wes Davis
  • Units, Barlow Newbolt
  • Re: mars and venus (long), Eric T. Lane
  • Re: i,j,k -- OK, how do the students get it?, David Bowman
  • Shock,Horror: Kingdom Lost for Want of a Nail, brian whatcott
  • Re: Scientific method was physical pendulums/ an opportunity/cosmic rays, Pat Keeney
  • Re: College nowadays - What "should" students know?, JACK L. URETSKY (C)1998; HEP DIVISION, ARGONNE NATIONAL LAB ARGONNE, IL 60439
  • Re: Scientific method was physical pendulums/ an opportunity, Leigh Palmer
  • Re(2): Units, Brian Rintoul
  • Re: units: k, K, kibi, brian whatcott
  • COLLEGE EDUCATION ON THE AUCTION BLOCK, DEVARAKONDA VENKATA NARAYANA SARMA
  • Tide, Jim Green
  • Physics in Australia - not quite the full story, Margaret Mazzolini
  • Re: Dull Razors, James McLean
  • Re: Netscape Communicator, James McLean
  • Orbitals visualized, John Cooper
  • Re: Calculators and "Cheating", Marc Kossover
  • "Faraday's Final Riddle", brian whatcott
  • Caboose?, Lemmerhirt, Fred
  • Choice of textbooks, Laurent Hodges
  • No calculators on exams, Laurent Hodges
  • Re: Pernicious Ideas (was "Faraday's Final Riddle"), brian whatcott
  • Re: flux +- quantization, John Denker
  • Aw Shucks, John Cooper
  • Re: swamped, Karl Trappe
  • A. Einstein and science-fairs, William Beaty
  • Re: flux +- quantization (off list), Leigh Palmer
  • Re: science-fairs and scientific method, William Beaty
  • Re: reality vs. science fair vs. hypothesis testing, William Beaty
  • Crocodile clips, Greg Kifer
  • Re: URL syntax, John Denker
  • In praise of puzzles, DEVARAKONDA VENKATA NARAYANA SARMA
  • Re: let's outgrow puzzles, John Denker
  • Re: hypotheses non fingo, John Denker
  • Re: PHYS-L Digest - 4 Oct 1999 - Special issue, Linda Meichle
  • teacher's version of Kittel&Kroemer?, wmw
  • Killing a subject (was Re: A. Einstein and science-fairs), John Mallinckrodt
  • Re: underwear, Chuck Britton
  • value, price, and cost, John S. Denker
  • Re: more on 'hypotheses non fingo", brian whatcott
  • Measuring things, Chuck Britton
  • Re: dealing fickle success, John Denker
  • Re: pearl diving, John Denker
  • Re: dealing with fickle success, John Denker
  • science fair petition?, William Beaty
  • Re: speed of light, Timothy Folkerts
  • Music Fairs, Doug Craigen
  • Re: c in m/s (was A. Einstein and science-fairs), Ludwik Kowalski
  • Chalupas, Jim Green
  • Ultrasonic, David Abineri
  • Re: Chalupas (more OT), brian whatcott
  • phys-L deteriorating?, Ludwik Kowalski
  • Sorry, Bob Sciamanda
  • Is phys-l slipping, Barlow Newbolt
  • Measureing the speed of light was - A. Einstein and science, Cliff Parker
  • Re: Measuring the speed of light was - A. Einstein and scien, David Bowman
  • Undergraduate Research Collaborations, Timothy Folkerts
  • Re: internal or external, Barlow Newbolt
  • Re: Cryogenics Bat, Thomas O'Neill
  • Re: Grading schemes, Roger Freedman
  • Re: Bimodal grades, Karl Trappe
  • Internal or external?, Ludwik Kowalski
  • Re: Grading schemes(outrage), Joel Rauber
  • UCLA physics course (non-rant), Joel Rauber
  • Should tutoring free?, Joel Rauber
  • Re: UCLA physics course (non-rant) average grades, Michael Edmiston
  • assigning final grades, Leigh Palmer
  • Re: Chalupas (long, wildly off-topic), brian whatcott
  • Re: PHYS-L Digest - 8 Oct 1999 to 9 Oct 1999 - Special issue, Glenn A. Carlson
  • Car talk 10-9-99 ie: Was that who I thought it was?, Brad Shue
  • free-body diagrams, Joel Rauber
  • ActivPhysics2, Alan Gibson
  • Re: What is weight? (was Re: Internal or external?), brian whatcott
  • A glimpse., Ludwik Kowalski
  • Re: What is weight?, Timothy Folkerts
  • ActivPhysics 2, Roger Freedman
  • (horrible) examples of my treatment of weight, Leigh Palmer
  • Weightless physics, Laurent Hodges
  • the web posting problem - again, Leigh Palmer
  • infinite square lattice of resistors, Carl E. Mungan
  • undergrad physics course sequence, Carl E. Mungan
  • Re: infinite square lattice of resistors (addendum), David Bowman
  • advanced undergrad labs, Bob Muir
  • Measurement of mass, romanza
  • Newton is #2, Joseph Bellina
  • A weighty subject, Joel Rauber
  • Grades at Princeton (Was: UCLA physics course (non-rant)), Jon Bell
  • audio feedback, fred brace
  • electronic stripes, David Bone
  • Re: operationally inertial frames, John Denker
  • Re infinite square lattice of resistors, Robert Blumenthal
  • skydiving?, kyle forinash
  • Electronic balances was A weighty subject, Cliff Parker
  • FW: Vacuum in Science and Technology workshop (fwd), William Beaty
  • ultrasonic update, Norman Lohstreter
  • Vernacular (was A weighty subject), Ludwik Kowalski
  • FREEFALL OR NOT, Richard Tarara
  • Re: A weighty subject - a reply to the fixed weighters..., brian whatcott
  • Re: Laser beam, Gordon Smith
  • Re: A weighty subject - wrong?, Michael Edmiston
  • Re: Weight Discussion, Van E. Neie
  • Ahh... vindication (balances), Michael Edmiston
  • Re: Snell (in Calcite), Mojca Cepic
  • Proud father brags about his kid, Leigh Palmer
  • ice & water, Kathy Daniel
  • varying mass systems: rockets included (medium length), Joel Rauber
  • Re: A weighty matter, Larry Cartwright
  • Double Atwood, David Abineri
  • Most Accurate Solar System Ephemeris, brian whatcott
  • Obits, brian whatcott
  • Re: A weighty subject /nitpicking, brian whatcott
  • Re: Double Atwood (errata), John Mallinckrodt
  • web page help, Leon Leonardo
  • summary of weight, John Denker
  • ActivPhysics2:Thanks for the help, Alan Gibson
  • Re: summary of elevator equivalence, John Denker
  • Weightlessness, romanza
  • Impact of Spheroidicity, paul o johnson
  • Experts needed, any takers?, Larry Cartwright
  • chem_weight vs. phys_weight, John Denker
  • Newton's Second Law, Barlow Newbolt
  • poundals, John Denker
  • Re: poundal vs. poundee, John Denker
  • Re: revision of Newton's Second Law, John Denker
  • summary of summary of weight, Joel Rauber
  • inertial forces (definition), Joel Rauber
  • Humor was Re:poundal vs. poundee, Vacek Miglus
  • Re: Poundal, DEVARAKONDA VENKATA NARAYANA SARMA
  • Newton's 3rd law? was Re: inertial forces (definition), Cliff Parker
  • ZORB!, William Beaty
  • Re: More and more weight/mass Units-STONES, Jerome Epstein
  • Small telescopes, Dr. James Mackey
  • Re: More and more weight/mass Units, Richard Grandy
  • John Mallinckrodt's Mug, Joel Rauber
  • Re: Newton's 3rd law?, Ludwik Kowalski
  • ANNOUNCING CHAUTAUQUA COURSES ON ACTIVE LEARNING FOR SPRING, 2000 (fwd), Daniel L. MacIsaac
  • Linearizing Graphs, Ed Schweber
  • not physics, Ludwik Kowalski
  • Newton's 3rd law? was Re: inertial forces (definition) (2), Eugene P. Mosca
  • You get a rod and I'll get a pole, Barlow Newbolt
  • Call your US Rep about Str. A's Act, today, Jane Jackson
  • Re: Call your Congressman about Str A's Act, Jane Jackson
  • Unnoticed WIN/NT Y2K bug, Bob Sciamanda
  • Re: call your US Rep today ...., Jane Jackson
  • Re: call your Congressman today..., Jane Jackson
  • PDT Gain Factor, Eugene P. Mosca
  • stellar spectra, fred brace
  • Re: Forces w/o third-law partners???????, John S. Denker
  • Physics education (fwd), Joseph Bellina
  • Rods, poles, and other units that go bump in the night, Vern Lindberg
  • astronomy list, Dr. James Mackey
  • Re: gravitation conserves momentum, John Denker
  • Re: conservation in rotating frames, John Denker
  • FCI Gain Factor, Richard Hake
  • Newton's third and centrifugal forces., Rick Tarara
  • [no subject], Bob Sciamanda
  • [no subject], DEVARAKONDA VENKATA NARAYANA SARMA
  • Light???, Cliff Parker
  • Re: Light, resonance, index of refraction,, John Denker
  • Re: Light, virtual processes don't explain refraction, John Denker
  • Electric Current "Turbulence", Ed Schweber
  • Re: Light -photon "saturation", Ed Schweber
  • Re: bleaching, John Denker
  • Re: Electric Current Turbulence, John Denker
  • FBD, Ludwik Kowalski
  • Re FBD, Robert Blumenthal
  • Textbooks, Leigh Palmer
  • Re: Light, resonance, index of refraction, John Denker
  • Aurorae?, Chuck Britton
  • Professional MS Degrees in Science - fwd from Tobias, Richard Hake
  • Re: Flat Earth Chronology, William J. Larson
  • Re: work done by friction, John Denker
  • by Newton (was Snell in Calcite), Ludwik Kowalski
  • Re: Energy before work" (was work done by friction), Ludwik Kowalski
  • R: Re: Energy before work" (was work done by friction), Paolo Cavallo
  • KE & temperature (was: Newton's 3rd law? ...), David Bowman
  • mystery photomultiplier, James McLean
  • Re: KE & temperature, Chuck Britton
  • Conventional Current, Chuck Britton
  • Energy as ability to do work, Lemmerhirt, Fred
  • Re: work done by pushing, Bob Sciamanda
  • Introduction and Request for Assistance (fwd), Daniel L. MacIsaac
  • "The Amateur Scientist" columns on CDROM, William Beaty
  • Axion? Huh?, Rupert Greenheart Incarnate, Best of the Best
  • Re: definition of energy, John Denker
  • I surrender, Leigh Palmer
  • Physics curriculum - first advanced course, Dale Orth
  • Re: definition of energy (without work?), Ludwik Kowalski
  • Re: SciAm AmSci index, William Beaty
  • off-topic: gerund vs. participle, John Denker
  • Off topic: Humans, Robots and Religion, DEVARAKONDA VENKATA NARAYANA SARMA
  • Student Question, James Harris
  • Re: Ancient Premise, Karl Trappe
  • Re: ex falso quodlibet, John Denker
  • Fw: update.454, Bob Sciamanda
  • why pseudowork?, Ludwik Kowalski
  • Published today in local paper, FYI; re evolution, JACK L. URETSKY (C)1998; HEP DIVISION, ARGONNE NATIONAL LAB ARGONNE, IL 60439
  • Re: off-topic: gerund/participle/verbal noun, brian whatcott
  • Re: why pseudowork (NOT), John Denker
  • Re: off-topic: grammar, Robert Curtis
  • Re: ex contradictione quodlibet, John Denker
  • Leigh's paradox (Re: work done by friction), Ludwik Kowalski
  • Science vs. religion, Leigh Palmer
  • [no subject], felina
  • Why do we care about work?, John Mallinckrodt
  • macroscopic vs microscopic degrees of freedom (was: why pseudowork (NOT), Joel Rauber
  • Re: PseudoWork ????, Bob Sciamanda
  • test-lost /late posts, Bob Sciamanda
  • Re: no thermal energy, John Denker
  • from NSTA: Straight A's Act; science in Title I, Jane Jackson
  • Software for Question Bank, romanza
  • testing, romanza
  • Re: the wall recoils, John Denker
  • Is pseudowork "bad" work?, John Mallinckrodt
  • Re: macroscopic vs microscopic degrees of freedom (was: why pseudowork(NOT), Bob Sciamanda
  • Re: macroscopic vs microscopic degrees of freedom (was: whypseudowork(NOT), Bob Sciamanda
  • [no subject], felina
  • irreversible adiabatic compression of an ideal gas, Carl E. Mungan
  • Re: macroscopic vs microscopic degrees of freedom, John Denker
  • Where are the girls?, Ludwik Kowalski
  • Why do we care about heat?, John Mallinckrodt
  • This Week, Jim Green
  • mini Y2K?, Bob Sciamanda


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