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  • Re: heat is "real", but..., Daniel L. MacIsaac
  • Re: Ph.D's and telephone booths, brian whatcott
  • Re: Induced dipole moments, Jack Uretsky
  • Experiments At Super K, Robert B Zannelli
  • Test Message, Steven Ratliff
  • induced dipole moments (correction), Jack Uretsky
  • Los Alamos Science online, Peter Schoch
  • Monthly Technical Posting for PHYS-L, Daniel L. MacIsaac
  • Re: Stability (was Earnshaw's theorem), Bob Sciamanda
  • Re: Titles, Doug Craigen
  • Re: equal gravity, Ludwik Kowalski
  • Toward the equilibrium, Ludwik Kowalski
  • Re: Happy New Year, D.V.N.Sarma
  • San Diego Tech Meeting 1/06 (fwd), John Mallinckrodt
  • Re: Toward the equilibrium (and getting close), brian whatcott
  • Success in scientific theory, Carl C. Gaither
  • Out of Pocket for a Few Weeks, brian whatcott
  • address change, Pete Lohstreter
  • [Fwd: Colloquium 12 Jan 01], Bernard G. Cleyet & Nancy Ann Seese
  • feather color, cliff parker
  • Group velocites greater than the speed of light, Eric Asselin
  • Opportunity, kyle forinash
  • "chatoyance", Chuck Britton
  • Transformer power consumption, Raymond Rogoway
  • Found: 2 Planetary Systems. Result: Astronomers Stunned. [New York Times], David Lunney
  • Ferroelectric curiosity (Fwd), Bob Sciamanda
  • Re: web resources, reliable or otherwise, John Denker
  • A Request, Rick Tarara
  • Superluminal paradox? (de bunked), Bernard G. Cleyet & Nancy Ann Seese
  • Rick Tarara's multimedia project; making multimedia more accessible, David Lunney
  • Re: Lift of spinning objects., Bob Sciamanda
  • Capacitor Applications, Tony Wayne
  • pronunciation inquiry, Jorge Hoyos
  • errors rife in U.S. science textbooks, John Denker
  • Re: Capacitor Applications (not posted), Leigh Palmer
  • Curriculum S, Richard Hake
  • Judging books by their covers, William Beaty
  • AC electricity, Tim O'Donnell
  • Principia, William J. Larson
  • prinkipia, Dr. Mario Diaz
  • Re: Englifh fpelling, John S. Denker
  • AC electricity in CA, SSHS KPHOX
  • streaked windows and lights, SSHS KPHOX
  • Electrons, Laurent Hodges
  • Normal, Tim O'Donnell
  • Planck mass, Larry Smith
  • Pumped storage etc., Laurent Hodges
  • domestic heat pumps, Leigh Palmer
  • Poynting field outside a resistor, William Beaty
  • Re: Pumped storage, Rick Tarara
  • Global Energy etc., Chuck Britton
  • Nuclear Environmentalist, was Electricity and CA, Joseph Bellina
  • Strange "Energy" Units, Peter Schoch
  • The Earth's Environment, Moore, David
  • On 1/4*Pi in Coulomb's law, Ludwik Kowalski
  • Another case of "a little knowledge....", Rick Tarara
  • Faraday, a unit of charge., Ludwik Kowalski
  • Re: On 1/4*Pi*epsilon in Coulomb's law, Ludwik Kowalski
  • Re: peculiar constants in physical laws, John Denker
  • Re: Faraday, a unit of charge, David Bowman
  • EMF, SSHS KPHOX
  • Italian Phys-Sci Ed system: Seeking Help with Questions for MA class, Dave Menshew
  • Thanks, and a free E&M textbook, Leigh Palmer
  • Re: X RAYS, Bernard G. Cleyet & Nancy Ann Seese
  • archives of physL messages, Chuck Britton
  • The speed of light and our qura'an, Bassam Shakhreet
  • The speed of light and our qura'an (fwd), Daniel L. MacIsaac
  • Used Textbooks, Warren Hein
  • terminology for symmetry of cylinders, Carl E. Mungan
  • Light Stopped in It's Tracks!, Robert B Zannelli
  • 2001 Chautauqua Courses, Warren Hein
  • problems with classical physics, Larry Smith
  • Conducting Wave-Particle debates with students, Joe
  • Re: PHYS-L Digest - 19 Jan 2001 - Special issue (#2001-23), S.Goelzer
  • induction or hysteresis?, Robert A Cohen
  • A debate about the possible role of history in Physics teaching, Dewey Dykstra, Jr.
  • "traffic waves", William Beaty
  • Gravitational Capacity ?, Ludwik Kowalski
  • database of accel due to gravity, Mark Brooks Hedstrom
  • Magnetic poles, was On 1/4*Pi*epsilon in Coulomb's law, Ludwik Kowalski
  • Re: gravity data online, John Denker
  • can we say "g"?, SSHS KPHOX
  • Ionized air, Ludwik Kowalski
  • "acceleration due to gravity", Leigh Palmer
  • Re: g, acceleration, field, John Denker
  • Re: N/kg versus m/s^2, John Denker
  • Re: "equals" versus "is", John Denker
  • Physics Review Website, Carolyn Penstein Rose
  • Re: "all accelerations are 9.8m/s^2", John Denker
  • Re: accerelation due to gravity, Savinainen Antti
  • Re: weightless in orbit, John Denker
  • Re: "g, weight, orbital motion", Rick Tarara
  • Re: Questions in the Classroom, Tim O'Donnell
  • E field near charged disk, Eugene Mosca
  • Re: acceleration contributed by gravity, John S. Denker
  • Re: "acceleration due to gravity" (high school), Michael Edmiston
  • interesting pic for a classroom exercise?, Stefan Jeglinski
  • Re: "acceleration due to gravity" (rhetorical?), Michael Edmiston
  • Re: equivalence principle for almost homogeneous fields, John S. Denker
  • A new sequence? (was Acceleration due to gravity), Ludwik Kowalski
  • Physics teaching reform was "acceleration due to gravity", John M. Clement
  • summer courses at ASU for physics teachers, Jane Jackson
  • Re: satellite clock gravitometer, John Denker
  • Speed of Waves, David Abineri
  • Gravimeter experiment, Leigh Palmer
  • PHYSICS Application, Herbert H Gottlieb
  • An interesting application of anti-static sheets, George Goth
  • Mass of Jupiter, Ron Curtin
  • Astronomical Unit (AU), Polvani, Donald G.
  • puzzle: satellite clock crossover, John Denker
  • dielectric constant, Larry Smith
  • Super Capacitors, Larry Smith
  • Re: Physics Test Writers, Bob & Kathie Yeend
  • Re: electrolytic capacitors, John Denker
  • Re: joules versus newton.meters, John S. Denker
  • Momentum, Harry Hightower
  • ghost crystal problem, Kim S. Palermo
  • GAUSS LAW, Ludwik Kowalski
  • heat is not a noun, Larry Smith
  • Are EM fields "real," or are they abstract concepts?, William Beaty
  • Momentum Demo, J. Manor
  • mapping out equipotentials, Carl E. Mungan
  • Re: Gauss' Law, Glenn A. Carlson
  • Re: PHYS-L Digest - 30 Jan 2001 to 31 Jan 2001 (#2001-44), Glenn A. Carlson
  • Apparatus Competition this summer in Rochester!, Mike Moloney
  • Re: dielectric constant and measuring capacitance, Michael Bowen
  • Summer Workshop in Plasma Physics and Fusion Energy, Andrew Post Zwicker
  • Re: Capillary tubes, Larry Woolf
  • How to do it in word6?, Ludwik Kowalski
  • Electrostatic shielding, Lemmerhirt, Fred
  • Re: word6 reformatting LFs, John Denker
  • Re: heat is not a noun and GAUSS LAW, Ludwik Kowalski
  • Re: heat, a nonconserved quantity, John Denker


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