Phys-L List Archive (Threaded) of February, 2005


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  • [Phys-L] changes to Tracker--from Doug Brown, Aaron Titus
  • [Phys-L] Re: changes to Tracker--from Doug Brown, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] ear pressure, Anthony Lapinski
  • [Phys-L] Re: ear pressure, Karl Trappe
  • [Phys-L] buoyancy, Anthony Lapinski
  • [Phys-L] update: Modeling Workshops nationwide, this summer, Jane Jackson
  • [Phys-L] Re: LED mini-flashlight price break, Larry Smith
  • [Phys-L] Re: Pre/post testing, Richard Hake
  • [Phys-L] Re: buoyancy, rlamont
  • [Phys-L] Re: PasPort photogates, Owen
  • [Phys-L] Re: cable number?, Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] Integrated science, Dwight K. Souder
  • [Phys-L] Re: Integrated science, Gregory Clements
  • [Phys-L] Mac-friendly Tracker, Doug Brown
  • [Phys-L] Fwd: Posting request, Dan MacIsaac
  • [Phys-L] Re: California standards test in physics, Larry Smith
  • [Phys-L] W lamps, emissivity, black body, Wien, etc., Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] member web pages, Martha Takats
  • [Phys-L] Will Evidence and Logic Reform Education? (was California standards test in physics), Richard Hake
  • [Phys-L] Re: member web pages, Martha Takats
  • [Phys-L] Re: electricity, Anthony Lapinski
  • [Phys-L] Maths. humor, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Re: Maths. humor, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Re: Color (was LED mini-flashlight price break), Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Weighing air (Was: electricity), Frohne, Vickie
  • [Phys-L] Re: Weighing air (Was: electricity), Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] Science of Sound, Tom Ford
  • [Phys-L] Scientific methods, Ludwik Kowalski
  • [Phys-L] Re: Scientific methods, Hugh Haskell
  • [Phys-L] Re: Science of Sound, Martha Takats
  • [Phys-L] Re: Unsubscribe, Kevin Murphy
  • [Phys-L] Calculators a Distraction?, Dan Folmar
  • [Phys-L] Re: Calculators a Distraction?, Herbert H Gottlieb
  • [Phys-L] Why Calculators? (Was: Calculators a Distraction?), Gary Turner
  • [Phys-L] Vacuum Cannon Question, Matt Harding
  • [Phys-L] Re: Vacuum Cannon Question, sampere
  • [Phys-L] Re: Why Calculators? (Was: Calculators a Distraction?), rlamont
  • [Phys-L] Re: Weighing air - revisited., Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] Division via subtractions, Ludwik Kowalski
  • [Phys-L] Re: Division via subtractions, Ludwik Kowalski
  • [Phys-L] Patriot Act Warrants at your local Library., Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] Re: Patriot Act Warrants at your local Library., Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] List decorum, Rick Tarara
  • [Phys-L] Re: memorization +- understanding, RAUBER, JOEL
  • [Phys-L] Re: Calculator a Distraction -- Thanks for all of your advice & commentary. (EOM), Dan Folmar
  • [Phys-L] Telephone pole sign, Herbert H Gottlieb
  • [Phys-L] Analyzing movies: Speed, with Keanu Reeves, Brian Blais
  • [Phys-L] Re: Analyzing movies: Speed, with Keanu Reeves, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Research on Student Response Systems, Mark Lucas
  • [Phys-L] Re: Research on Student Response Systems, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Re: Modeling Workshops nationwide in chem, thomas pfeiffer
  • [Phys-L] [Fwd: Science in the Nineteenth-Century Periodical: An Electronic Index], Joseph Bellina
  • [Phys-L] A good saying, Ludwik Kowalski
  • [Phys-L] Re: A good saying, Ludwik Kowalski
  • [Phys-L] FYI: Unit conversion in Excel, Folkerts, Timothy J
  • [Phys-L] Re: Unit conversion in Excel /cool discoveries, David Bowman
  • [Phys-L] Re: Analyzing movies, Tucker Hiatt
  • [Phys-L] [Fwd: [ncnaapt] Virtual Science, Math & Technology Competition], Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Travel distance in a waveguide., Michael Edmiston
  • [Phys-L] Re: Travel distance in a waveguide., Joseph Bellina
  • [Phys-L] Web-based Student Response Systems - any out there?, Gary Turner
  • [Phys-L] Re: Web-based Student Response Systems - any out there?, Karim Diff
  • [Phys-L] solar cycle, Anthony Lapinski
  • [Phys-L] building design, Mangala Joshua
  • [Phys-L] Re: solar cycle, David Bowman
  • [Phys-L] "Striking Sunspot", Polvani, Donald G.
  • [Phys-L] The Electrician's tercenary (-1):, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Re: The Electrician's tercenary (-1):, Polvani, Donald G.
  • [Phys-L] collision question, Herbert H Gottlieb
  • [Phys-L] Re: collision question, Kilmer, Skip
  • [Phys-L] Physics Position, Joseph Bellina
  • [Phys-L] Lab DMM Recommendations?, Folkerts, Timothy J
  • [Phys-L] Re: Lab DMM Recommendations?, Frohne, Vickie
  • [Phys-L] Re: WriteCDE (California Standards Test, Physics 2003/04), Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Google Images Pages with Search Terms, Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] Why Teachers Leave, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Re: Why Teachers Leave, Keith Tipton
  • [Phys-L] Attacks on Education (was Random Thought: Leave Them Asking), Richard Hake
  • [Phys-L] Australian shark repelent, Wes Davis
  • [Phys-L] Re: Australian shark repelent, Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] Attacks on Education - Shakespeare and Thermodynamics, Richard Hake
  • [Phys-L] Re: The bulb-with-one-wire task: too tricky?, Richard Hake
  • [Phys-L] water and internal energy, Anthony Lapinski
  • [Phys-L] On Bulbs and Batteries, Joseph Bellina
  • [Phys-L] Re: water and internal energy, Robert Cohen
  • [Phys-L] In the Private Universe, Joseph Bellina
  • [Phys-L] Re: Attacks on Education - Shakespeare and Thermodynamics, Carl Mungan
  • [Phys-L] Maybe there is hope, after all. [Students rebell against std. tests.], Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Re: In the Private Universe, Joseph Bellina
  • [Phys-L] Modern Physics. Was: Re: The bulb-with-one-wire task: too tricky?, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] On Bulbs Batteries and Engineers, Joseph Bellina
  • [Phys-L] Re: On Bulbs Batteries and Engineers, Herbert H Gottlieb
  • [Phys-L] Re: Modern Physics. Was: Re: The bulb-with-one-wire task: too tricky?, RAUBER, JOEL
  • [Phys-L] Encouraging Reading Skills (was RE: In the Private Universe), Folkerts, Timothy J
  • [Phys-L] Re: Encouraging Reading Skills (was RE: In the Private Universe), Joseph Bellina
  • [Phys-L] arithmetic, John S. Denker
  • [Phys-L] Re: arithmetic, RAUBER, JOEL
  • [Phys-L] Political: Another climate change letter., Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] > two sigma?, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Re: Julian Calendar (Was:In the Private Universe), John M Clement
  • [Phys-L] Re: collision question (revisited), John Barrer
  • [Phys-L] sound travelling through a solid, Alison Innes
  • [Phys-L] Re: sound travelling through a solid, Frohne, Vickie
  • [Phys-L] REU in Science Education, Warren Hein
  • [Phys-L] A battery cell, Ludwik Kowalski
  • [Phys-L] fiber optic cables and waveguides, James McLean
  • [Phys-L] Re: collision question (revisited) (again), John Barrer
  • [Phys-L] Re: A battery cell, Ludwik Kowalski
  • [Phys-L] test III of carnot, mok2
  • [Phys-l] test IV, mok2
  • [Phys-l] test V, mok2
  • [Phys-L] Re: [Bulk] Re: A battery cell, Colin Quinney
  • [Phys-l] testing of perms, mok2
  • [Fwd: [Phys-l] testing of perms], mok2


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