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  • non-linear gravitational wave solution, lutjmail
  • Re: Spherical Mirrors, Van E. Neie
  • Re: cosmology and quantum gravity, Joel Rauber
  • Re: Pasta-antipasta, Mark Sylvester
  • Re: perception of circling horn, Leigh Palmer
  • Re: Fwd FYI, Leigh Palmer
  • NSTA Legislative Alert! (fwd), Daniel L. MacIsaac
  • Joule-Thomson Experiment, Nexus
  • Re: MARCH TPT, The Socratic Method, Richard Hake
  • Thermodynamics of Stiring, Nexus Replicant
  • A Bottle Opener : History?, A Rusli
  • Re: MARCH TPT, The Socratic Method (in law schools), Jack Uretsky
  • Re: brightness vrs. power, Barlow Newbolt
  • Monthly Tech Reminder posting for PHYS-L, Daniel L. MacIsaac
  • Apparatus competition this summer, Mike Moloney
  • Confirmation of Relativity, Tim Folkerts
  • Net Meeting, Robert Carlson
  • Re: brightness vrs. power/Ohm's Law, SSHS KPHOX
  • Interesting induction phenomenon, SSHS KPHOX
  • [Fwd: [Fwd: brightness vrs. power]], Bernard G. Cleyet & Nancy Ann Seese
  • Modern Physics for a non-science student, David Emigh
  • textbook touchstones, Leigh Palmer
  • Re: Confirmation of Relativity (correction), David Bowman
  • Re: Ludwik Kowalski's textbook touchstone, THOMAS SANDIN
  • R = V/I ?, Michael Edmiston
  • IDEALIZATIONS, was textbook touchstones, Ludwik Kowalski
  • Kelvin quote, Larry Smith
  • [Fwd: Computer virus warning], Bernard G. Cleyet & Nancy Ann Seese
  • Just testing, Bernard G. Cleyet & Nancy Ann Seese
  • teaching electric circuits, Savinainen Antti
  • Re: R=V/I, Darwin Z. Palima
  • Re: non-linear gravitational wave solution (library reference), Joel Rauber
  • Re: Optical pyrometers, was R = V/I ?, Leigh Palmer
  • Failure of messages, Michael Edmiston
  • Optical Pyrometers, Paul Zitzewitz
  • Mathematical Markup Language (MathML) 1.01 Specification, Peter Schoch
  • Possibly Interesting Workshop, Dewey Dykstra, Jr.
  • R = V/I Back Row Comment, Jim Green
  • Re: R = V/I with real lightbulbs, Gary Karshner
  • Controversial Exam Questions (WAS: R = V/I ?), Doug Craigen
  • Exam Question, Marc Kossover
  • Re: R = V/I with real Physicists, brian whatcott
  • Re: Optical pyrometers, was R = V/I ?, Steven T. Ratliff
  • Automobile friction, Rondo Jeffery
  • Re: continuous spectra, GARY HEMMINGER
  • Re: photon emission or absorbtion and time, GARY HEMMINGER
  • Re: Controversial Exam Questions - Not Ohm's Law, Mark Sylvester
  • Full-time physics lecturer positions open at UC Santa Barbara, Roger Freedman
  • asking again for help., Jerome Epstein
  • R, John Barrer
  • Re: Oh no! The definition of weight again!, Bob Sciamanda
  • Re: R = V/I with real lightbulbs, &c., Tom Ford
  • Re: Oy! The definition of weight again!, Herbert H Gottlieb
  • Teaching Position, John Pasto
  • The Weather, Jim Green
  • Re: prevailing winds, John Denker
  • NASA flame research, Bob Sciamanda
  • Johns Hopkins University - ENGINEERING/PHYSICS (fwd), Daniel L. MacIsaac
  • IUPAP Physics 2000 Book, E. Leonard Jossem
  • Mist Maker Question, Tony Wayne
  • mist maker, Wolfgang Rueckner
  • mist maker / electrostatic motor, Wolfgang Rueckner
  • swimming plastic fish, William Beaty
  • [Fwd] creating a new encyclopedia, Larry Cartwright
  • International Physics Olympiad Team, Warren Hein
  • Re: radiometer vs. light mill, John Denker
  • The constrain equations for Einstein equations, Qiang Lu
  • Light Mill / electrostatic motor, Chuck Britton
  • New position - Director of Laboratories, Kenyon College, Timothy S. Sullivan
  • Modellus, John Gastineau
  • California Teachers-Readers Needed for GSE, Raymond A. Rogoway
  • Fw: Re: Heat energy, Kinetic energy, etc., Herbert H Gottlieb
  • vdg pinwheel (was Re: electrostatic motor), Chuck Britton
  • Re: vdg pinwheel, John Denker
  • Re: electrostatic motor, Wolfgang Rueckner
  • I am testing my subscription to PHYS-L, Mark Larchez
  • Re: pinwheel (was Re: electrostatic motor), John Denker
  • Re: Kinematics Tutorials, Warren Hein
  • Non-linear springs, Ed Schweber
  • Re: invariances of the equation of motion (was: non-linear springs), John Denker
  • typo: invariances of the equation of motion, John Denker
  • Physics Position with Alexandria , VA School System, Warren Hein
  • Giancoli 5th, John Carr
  • Re: tuesday funny-- something to make you smile -- I hope :>), Judy Gardner
  • Cheap high voltage, William Beaty
  • Origin of the old barometer story, Herbert H Gottlieb
  • Albany, NY, Jack Uretsky
  • Electrostatics Demo from AS & S, Jennifer Groppe
  • Physics in High School, Joseph Bellina
  • [no subject], Daniel L. MacIsaac
  • Re: Giancoli, J. Peter Vajk
  • Re: Pseudoscience, Bernard G. Cleyet & Nancy Ann Seese
  • AAPT Update 2000 Number 4 (fwd), Daniel L. MacIsaac
  • Apparatus competition - June 1 for completed applications, Mike Moloney
  • W20: Socratic Dialogue Inducing Laboratory Workshop, W20, Guelph AAPT Meeting, Richard Hake
  • Low P. Na lamps SOX55W, Bernard G. Cleyet & Nancy Ann Seese
  • Frequency measurements in the Visible, Bob Sciamanda
  • cellular phones, Ludwik Kowalski
  • Car Racing, Chuck Britton
  • Re: microwave, RF heating, John Denker
  • quote and source, Zach Wolff
  • Re: superheated water, John Denker
  • the Kelvin Wake again, Mark Sylvester
  • postscript reader, Ludwik Kowalski
  • PSSC Equipment Info Request, Raymond A. Rogoway
  • dissectible capacitor, Carl E. Mungan
  • Physics for a blind student, Peter Schoch
  • Re: microwaves, Chuck Britton
  • faculty position in physics, Carl E. Mungan
  • EM waves interacting with matter, Leigh Palmer
  • Re: Electrostatics demo from AS&S, Robert Morse
  • [no subject], C. Fred Moore
  • speed of a water wave, Yvon Jean
  • Attachments, Roger Freedman
  • Speed of Light article, SSHS KPHOX


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