Phys-L List Archive (Threaded) of July, 2002


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  • Re: breadth vs. depth (was: less is more), John S. Denker
  • Re: golden rule clarification, John S. Denker
  • Re: Astronomy activity help, Tina Fanetti
  • Re: Less is less, Spagna Jr., George
  • Re: Am I teaching what I should in HS physics?, Tina Fanetti
  • Why General Relativity, Larry Smith
  • microwave oven as foundry furnace?!!, William Beaty
  • Units and Conversions, Tina Fanetti
  • Re: graphing practice (was:Re: Am I teaching what I should in HS physics?), Thomas O'Neill
  • Re: weight vs. mass (was: Units and Conversions), John S. Denker
  • high-school physics syllabus (was: breadth vs. depth, which was: less is more), Daniel Price
  • attached high-school physics syllabus (this time for sure), Daniel Price
  • Re: mass versus weight, John S. Denker
  • Not Quite Independence, Tom Ford
  • Re: breadth vs. depth (was: attached HS curriculum), Daniel Price
  • Re: rapidities, boosts, and the structure of spacetime (was: special relativity: accelerated frames), John S. Denker
  • Re: Math (in)competence (was: weight vs. mass (was: Units and Conversions)), Michael Bowen
  • Re: math (in)competence, John S. Denker
  • Re: Math (in)competence (was: weight vs. mass (was: Units and Con versions)), Kossom
  • Re: Shannon entropy, John S. Denker
  • bicycle generator, William Beaty
  • Problems in Education, Edmiston, Mike
  • Monthly Technical Posting for PHYS-L, Daniel L. MacIsaac
  • PHYS-L to relocate in 2003?, Daniel L. MacIsaac
  • AP Physics advice, Diana Cobbe
  • Happy 4th July, Muhsin Ogretme
  • Re: motivating * knowing the subject, John S. Denker
  • Re: NYS Physics Regents exam, John S. Denker
  • David Hestenes' lecture #1a: EXPERTISE IN TEACHING, Jane Jackson
  • HS HW, John Barrer
  • timing data for falling objects, Robert Cohen
  • Fw:, Alvin H Bachman
  • dielectric constant, Ludwik Kowalski
  • Euler's equation: momentum-flow and force-density in fluids, John S. Denker
  • Re: rapidities, boosts, and the structure of spacetime (was: specialrelativity: accelerated frames), Roger Haar
  • Boise cheap rooms, William Beaty
  • degeneracy pressure, Justin Parke
  • Re: Energy before work, Ludwik Kowalski
  • No abbreviations, Ludwik Kowalski
  • my new book again, schwarz
  • Re: Gravitational source terms (was: degeneracy pressure), John S. Denker
  • Seeking tech-using physics teacher panelists, Daniel L. MacIsaac
  • DataPoint video analysis software (was Re: timing data for falling objects), Glenn A. Carlson
  • Anyone in NPC area want these?, William Beaty
  • wooden standing wave, William Beaty
  • large copper washers?, William Beaty
  • Announcer misprint (fwd), Daniel L. MacIsaac
  • AAPT Update 2002 Number 7 (fwd), Daniel L. MacIsaac
  • Humour from satirewire.com also ?, Bernard Cleyet
  • Re: digital oscilloscopes, Ludwik Kowalski
  • Another supermagnet source, William Beaty
  • AAPT Boise Meeting News Update (fwd), Daniel L. MacIsaac
  • Borrowing bandwith?, Robert J. Beichner
  • Graphing Calculators and Intro Physics, Tina Fanetti
  • Re: Borrowing bandwith? [sic], Carl E. Mungan
  • Re: Big money in the electrostatics biz, Bill Thorp
  • Re: Offensive material on the University of Massachusetts EducationalList Server by William Beaty, Bernard Cleyet
  • Re: Borrowing Bandwidth? & PER-Based Textbooks, Richard Hake
  • rendering HTML - cross-platform font issue?, Carl E. Mungan
  • DjVu (was: cross-platform font issue), John S. Denker
  • Powerful Ideas in Physical Science, an AAPT workshop, Jane Jackson
  • Boise: anyone want a smoke-ring gun?, William Beaty
  • PER-based textbooks (some ideas), Savinainen Antti
  • Re: give scholarship to Kenyan college science student, Jane Jackson
  • Word from UnderNews 20020722, Bernard Cleyet
  • Ice Age, Jim Green
  • chalk dust (was: Boise: anyone want a smoke-ring gun?), Larry Smith
  • Anomalous precession of Mercury (was Re: Ice Age), John Mallinckrodt
  • smoke-ring paradox, William Beaty
  • Physics: For Women, the Last Frontier, Richard Hake
  • Kinder, Gentler glycol, chuck britton
  • Spiral Approach within general physics, Tim Folkerts
  • novelty bulb, Barry Gragg
  • Opportunity to work with NASA, quantum theory
  • teaching 'em to learn, to think, and to decide what's important, John S. Denker
  • Re: teaching 'em to learn, to think, and to decide what's important, Joseph Bellina
  • Which Evaluation?, Tina Fanetti
  • 'plug & chug' problems, Rick Tarara
  • wedge product: more universal than cross product, Jane Jackson
  • How well do 2-hour RTP labs work?, Floyd J. James
  • Re: 'plug & chug' problems - scaling, Larry Woolf
  • About Fortran, Roberto Carabajal
  • Ideas for a course, Tina Fanetti
  • Re: Geometric Algebra, John S. Denker
  • Boise meeting, shipping addr?, William Beaty
  • plug and chug, Jack Uretsky
  • importance of accuracy in calculations, Aaron Titus
  • Re: plug & chug (not), John S. Denker
  • the Zapno (tm) anti-static device and dishonesty, William Beaty
  • non plug-and-chug, Barry Gragg
  • Planes of polarization, Ludwik Kowalski
  • Tales from the Subatomic Zoo - last time I promise, schwarz
  • Re: Big money in the electrostatics biz (OT), Michael Bowen
  • Yucca Mtn. This should raise some hackles, Bernard Cleyet
  • WOW! This relates to the Zapno threads, Bernard Cleyet


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