Phys-L List Archive (Threaded) of November, 1999


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  • Re: Why do we care about heat?, Leigh Palmer
  • Re: Where are the girls? - long posting, Margaret Mazzolini
  • reversible heat and irreversible weight-lifting, John Denker
  • Help, Jason Sooter
  • Re: macroscopic vs microscopic degrees of freedom, Joel Rauber
  • Re: irreversible lifting, John Denker
  • Re: mini Y2K?, Prof. John P. Ertel (wizard)
  • Re: dW turns into dQ, John Denker
  • W-->E-->Q-->U, at my level of teaching, Ludwik Kowalski
  • melting butter in a microwave, Carl E. Mungan
  • Comments Re: Where are the girls?, Jim Green
  • How to subscribe to this list?, Hasan Fakhruddin
  • melting butter in a microwave - addendum, Carl E. Mungan
  • PHYS-L Nov99 Technical posting, Daniel L. MacIsaac
  • Physics--Honing the Intellect, Mike Ugawa
  • Re: L5-PHYS-L Nov99 Technical posting, Ludwik Kowalski
  • DW/DW Summary, Jim Green
  • Re: L51-PHYS-L Nov99 Technical posting, Jim Green
  • post from a "lurking" woman, Cindy Schwarz
  • Forces on Free Falling Objects, jmanor
  • Re: L1-Forces on Free Falling Objects, Ludwik Kowalski
  • Re: calendar change, Michael Edmiston
  • HS Tchr Physics Tchg workshop opportunity, Daniel L. MacIsaac
  • Weight, Mass & Force - Educational Testing Service Responds, Arlyn DeBruyckere
  • models and reification (was: dW turns into dQ, Joel Rauber
  • partitioning dU & the first law (short), Joel Rauber
  • Giving the Denker his due?, Bob Sciamanda
  • <off list>, Leigh Palmer
  • Re: single-system dQ + dW, John S. Denker
  • L0-Re: Weight, Mass & Force - Educational Testing Service Responds, Ludwik Kowalski
  • Re: L0-Re: Weight, Mass & Force - Educational Testing Service Responds, Ludwik Kowalski
  • mag. force on wire?, Leon Leonardo
  • testing vs. teaching, John Denker
  • R: Re: L5-PHYS-L Nov99 Technical posting, Paolo Cavallo
  • A twist on the hourglass problem, Peter Schoch
  • Re: reification, Joel Rauber
  • L2-"Negotiating" a curve., Ludwik Kowalski
  • L5-To lecture or not to lecture?, Ludwik Kowalski
  • A High kcal Question, David Marx
  • Re: L0 A High kcal Question, Ludwik Kowalski
  • Holes, Jim Green
  • Vitural particle cloud as preferred reference?, Glenn A. Carlson
  • Re: Jacob Bekenstein, Peter Vajk
  • Ideal Wheels: was( L2-"Negotiating" a curve.), Joel Rauber
  • transistors, Barlow Newbolt
  • Re: Holes, Positrons, Vern Lindberg
  • More High Cuisine (was A High kcal Q), brian whatcott
  • Transistorized, Warren Hein
  • IP 5.0, Paolo Cavallo
  • Re: mystery photomultiplier, Stan Dodds
  • who do you think you're?, DEVARAKONDA VENKATA NARAYANA SARMA
  • f, m and a, Barlow Newbolt
  • Re: Irish Mail, Clarence Bennett
  • Re: Centripetal Force--was part of L2-"Negotiating" a curve., Richard Tarara
  • F=ma, Leigh Palmer
  • Re: Centripetal Force vs centrifugal field, John Denker
  • R: Re: IP 5.0, Paolo Cavallo
  • Re: L2 - Ohm's law (was F=ma)., Ludwik Kowalski
  • Re: soap as a teaching aid :-), John Denker
  • Presentation of equations (was F=ma), Robert A Cohen
  • Re: delta V = I R, John Denker
  • Re: PHYS-L Digest - 4 Nov 1999 - Special issue, Glenn A. Carlson
  • Re: virtual particles preferred frame?, John Denker
  • [no subject], Leigh Palmer
  • Re: "Negotiating" a curve. EUREKA?, Ludwik Kowalski
  • Re: WHAT IS UNDERSTANDING?, Ludwik Kowalski
  • da/dt = jerk?, Robert A Cohen
  • Predicting Time Series (was PHYS-L Nov99 Tech...), brian whatcott
  • Re: SV: Mathematically complex physics, DEVARAKONDA VENKATA NARAYANA SARMA
  • Invitation, Shapiro, Mark
  • RLL controller, JACK L. URETSKY (C)1998; HEP DIVISION, ARGONNE NATIONAL LAB ARGONNE, IL 60439
  • Re: F=ma, Who said ...?, Larry Cartwright
  • Re: "Negotiating" a curve. NOT SIMPLE, Ludwik Kowalski
  • expurgated version: "Negotiating" a curve, John Denker
  • Ohm's Law, Van E. Neie
  • Elastic collision rule, Lemmerhirt, Fred
  • tensile strength of space-time, Larry Smith
  • email conventions (was Re: melting butter in a microwave - addendum), Carl E. Mungan
  • Utility of dynamic resistance, Shapiro, Mark
  • tangential riddle (was: expurgated version: "Negotiating" a curve), Carl E. Mungan
  • Phys-L posts per day, Rondo Jeffery
  • video encyclopedia, James S. Marsh
  • An ohmic experiment, Michael Edmiston
  • List your site!, David Smith
  • Re: tangential riddle, John Denker
  • diode I,V curve, John Denker
  • BEFORE "Negotiating" a curve., Ludwik Kowalski
  • Physics Olympics, Karl Trappe
  • position available, Spagna Jr., George
  • AAPT Update 1999 Number 11 (fwd), Daniel L. MacIsaac
  • Re: Videodisks, Ludwik Kowalski
  • lightbulbs, Yvon Jean
  • Physics Today Articles, Bob Sciamanda
  • Sponsor a Kenyan college science student, Jane Jackson
  • Re: F=ma (fwd), Miguel A. Santos
  • PIRA 200 Demo Website, Grand Opening! (fwd), Daniel L. MacIsaac
  • driving with a jerk, William Beaty
  • Faculty position starting August 2000 (fwd), Daniel L. MacIsaac
  • test-delete, Miguel A. Santos
  • [no subject], Dale Ulrich
  • Oklahoma School Book Selections, brian whatcott
  • lightbulbs and coffee cans, Barlow Newbolt
  • Constraint and inertia, Ludwik Kowalski
  • Bubble-Boy fix, Bob Sciamanda
  • Fwd: Super, Van E. Neie
  • ERROR on LISTSERV (NDN: Re: Const..., Miguel A. Santos
  • Resonance Demo, Mike Ugawa
  • Ohm's Law, Hooke's Law, etc., Peter Vajk
  • Kinds of Mass, Peter Vajk
  • Virtual Photons and Inverse Square Laws, Ed Schweber
  • Super Problem, Van E. Neie
  • Re: Fwd: Super Problem solved (sort of), Van E. Neie
  • Inertia or the "amount of substance", Miguel A. Santos
  • The essence of how to educate our students, Jane Jackson
  • Charge Distribution around pointed areas, Brian Rintoul
  • car windshields, fred brace
  • R: This is a multi-part message in MIME format., Paolo Cavallo
  • turning over of thousands digit, Barlow Newbolt
  • State of Academe (long), Joel Rauber
  • 20th century, James Espinosa
  • 3D thermodynamic diagram for a fluid, Sylvain HEILLIETTE (by way of Chuck Britton)
  • Maple Logistic was Charge Distribution, brian whatcott
  • Every teacher's fantasy --- on CBS tonight, Roger Freedman
  • Re: measurement using ruler -- was 20th century, Peter Schoch
  • Problem with a problem, Harry L. Hightower
  • tanning beds, fred brace
  • Tomorrow's Professor, Larry Cartwright
  • off topic (physics) on topic (education), Joel Rauber
  • Electric gun, WORK ENERGY, Ludwik Kowalski
  • Chinese laser pointer, Leigh Palmer
  • new textbook, Ludwik Kowalski
  • coke can tapping, Leon Leonardo
  • New Virus: "Prilissa", Larry Cartwright
  • Are there physics lessons to be learned from Texas A&M tragedy., Shapiro, Mark
  • Re: Are there physics lessons to be learned from Texas A&M tragedy., Richard Grandy
  • Re: Are there physics lessons to be learned from Texas A&M traged y., Shapiro, Mark
  • NOAH's FLOOD/ancient coastline found, Jane Jackson
  • current/water analogy, William J. Larson
  • R: current/water analogy, Paolo Cavallo
  • The Rise and Fall of Simple Machines, Joe Taylor
  • library holdings, David Kardelis
  • Re: The Rise and Fall of Simple Machines., Ludwik Kowalski
  • Simple Machines - May They Rise Again!, Bob Yeend
  • Smoke rings, Kirkpatrick, James
  • Electrical and Magnetic interactions: Cahabay and Sherwood, Brian McInnes
  • Rolling Motion, Robert Carlson
  • New radiation survival champ, Larry Cartwright
  • Thermodynamics of springs, Ludwik Kowalski
  • Re: Thermo of Springs/Sidebar, Jim Green
  • Re: Thermo of Springs/Pedagogy, Jim Green
  • Re: Thermo/Sidebar, Jim Green
  • Less is More (but this is long!), Ed Eckel
  • COLLISION, David Abineri
  • Re: Definition of heat, John Denker
  • Lightbulb Physics, Larry Cartwright
  • Not ready for it. LONG, Ludwik Kowalski
  • Amplitude and pitch of sound waves, Herbert H Gottlieb
  • Re: Definition of heat [and S], Ludwik Kowalski
  • Spreadsheet Analysis of Rotating Stick, Robert Carlson
  • COLLISION 2, David Abineri
  • Re: Not ready for it. (shorter), Joel Rauber
  • Re: COLLISION 2: real-world data, John Denker
  • Re: Rotating Stick -- reduction to quadratures, John Denker
  • Joule etc, Jim Green
  • Re: verbiage, John Denker
  • Electronic registration with advising holds?, Ray Enzweiler
  • Re: Thermo/Sidebar (signatures please), Joel Rauber
  • The Physics InfoMall for the Mac, Richard Hake
  • Re: (signatures please), Jim Green
  • [Fwd: neural timing and schizophrenia], Raymond A. Rogoway
  • Is Particle Physics At Risk of Becoming Tautological?, Ed Schweber
  • Elliptical functions or integrals, David Bowman
  • Re: teaching "higher" math functions, John Denker
  • Video Equipment, Mark Carrington
  • Pure mathematics and problems for physicists too?, Lerner Desks
  • Photons was COLLISION 2, Jim Green
  • "Big Bang" Party, Shapiro, Mark


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