Phys-L List Archive (Threaded) of November, 2003


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  • Re: Thomas Young's experiment, Brian Whatcott
  • Re: COLD FUSION, Dan MacIsaac
  • Re: Sometimes physics is fun, J. Green
  • any science to this?, Larry Smith
  • interpreting mass and energy, Joe Heafner
  • Moment of Inertia apparatus, Larry Smith
  • Re: Name that force, Kari Uolevi Eloranta
  • Numbers, Jim Green
  • Re: Rainbow interfernce ?, Emigh, David
  • PER Position at James Madison University, Warren Hein
  • faculty position, John Shriner
  • Newton's second law, Justin Parke
  • Asymmetrical Newton's Cradle, Matt Harding
  • another "Texas miracle", John Denker
  • Fwd: Igniting Creative Energy Challenge (delete multiple listings), Dan MacIsaac
  • Re: Rainbow interference ?, Larry Woolf
  • Focussing collisions, Leigh Palmer
  • A clarification, Ludwik Kowalski
  • Re: Newton's 2nd Law and variable mass, Stephen Schaffter
  • Can a system's mass vary?, Robert J. Beichner
  • Re: frictional work, John S. Denker
  • Maxwells wheel, Herbert Voss
  • Re: online dictionaries etc., John S. Denker
  • Re: An old question?, Bernard Cleyet
  • Re: steering force, John S. Denker
  • test, Espinosa, James
  • Enbrel, Jim Green
  • The Electron, J. Green
  • BlackBoard users, Ludwik Kowalski
  • superstrings, John S. Denker
  • Re: Blackboard, Greg Clements
  • Classroom Feedback Systems, Folkerts, Timothy
  • Subscribe Info, Glenn Knapp
  • SPAM?: [Fwd: Attention all School Staff, Personnel, and Students], Bernard Cleyet
  • Re: SPAM?: [Fwd: Attention all School Staff, Personnel, and Students], Jack Uretsky
  • Superstrings and NOVA, Seth Miller
  • Re: waves at the speed of light, John S. Denker
  • Re: exclusion principle, John S. Denker
  • Muscle Work, Espinosa, James
  • Re: exclusion principle (was electrons), J. Green
  • Why is it "static friction?", Ludwik Kowalski
  • Re: Causation in Physics: F=ma, Edmiston, Mike
  • Peroidic Table (was exclusion principle which was electrons), J. Green
  • Re: The old centrifugal force, John S. Denker
  • Back to the Electron, J. Green
  • Re: Periodic Table (was exclusion principle which was electrons), and Causation in physics: F=ma, Hugh Haskell
  • F=ma; new strain..., Nathaniel Davis
  • Re: Causation - how should we teach?, cliff parker
  • Re: equivalence of gravitational and inertial mass, John S. Denker
  • Re: Causation in Physics: F=ma /correction, Brian Whatcott
  • Re: relativistic ordering lemmas, John S. Denker
  • Re: The old loop-de-loop, John S. Denker
  • Words and Concepts Physics( was causation), SSHS KPHOX
  • Feynman Lectures online, cliff parker
  • Centrifugal force, Kilmer, Skip
  • leonids, John S. Denker
  • Physics or metaphysics?, Ludwik Kowalski
  • Re: tether without ball, John S. Denker
  • Re: momentum flow, John S. Denker
  • Re: causation, John S. Denker
  • Re: transfer of momentum, Chuck Britton
  • The Nature of Light: What is a Photon, Larry Woolf
  • Re: Bernoulli tangents, John S. Denker
  • forces, momenta, etc., Kilmer, Skip
  • Online Testing, Charles Bell
  • Re: acceleration, John S. Denker
  • Re: transfer of momentum/speedos, Brian Whatcott
  • Re: Plasma, Bernard Cleyet
  • Causation in Physics, F=ma & electrons, Leigh Palmer
  • But They Should Have Known!, Shapiro, Mark
  • Fwd: AAPT Update 2003 Number 11, Dan MacIsaac
  • Intro to Differential Forms, Bob Sciamanda
  • Re: sreering, John S. Denker
  • Re: steering, Brian Whatcott
  • Who is Thomas O'Kuma?, Kate Hafner
  • more acceleration, cliff parker
  • math symbols etc in HTML +- compatibility, John S. Denker
  • introductory physics course is misnamed, Chuck Britton
  • Magnetic fields and Storage Devices, J. Green
  • Chautauqua Courses, Warren Hein
  • New Metric system units, Herbert H Gottlieb
  • Re: Normalized Gain, Richard Hake
  • Re: Normalized Gain (was Inquiry method and motivation), Richard Hake
  • Re: Life-long Learning Skills, Richard Hake
  • Re: Life-long Learning Skills/Partial Abstract, Brian Whatcott
  • Revision, Conferencing, and Student Writing Gains, Richard Hake
  • Peter Redmond, Jack Uretsky
  • Pedagogy and Natural Ability (was Inquiry Method and Motivation), Richard Hake
  • lab final exam, Aaron Titus
  • unit 4-vectors, Joe Heafner
  • Re: lab final exam..., Jeffrey Alaimo
  • The Good Effects of Physics First (was the The Bad Effects of Physics First), Richard Hake


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