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


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  • [Phys-l] testing of new month, mok2
  • [Phys-L] AP-B Physics Exam Review, Tony Wayne
  • [Phys-L] Stellar Precursor, Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] plasma TV, Anthony Lapinski
  • [Phys-L] Re: plasma TV, Joseph Bellina
  • [Phys-L] A Pakistani Physicist Visits India, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Re: fiber optic cables and waveguides, James McLean
  • [Phys-L] suggestions for 1-semester textbook, Larry Smith
  • [Phys-L] Re: suggestions for 1-semester textbook, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] qualitative reasoning +- parametric methods, John S. Denker
  • [Phys-L] LabRats, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Optics Software Suggestions, Matt Harding
  • [Phys-L] Re: Optics Software Suggestions, Aaron Titus
  • [Phys-L] [rete] unknown physics tubes, Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] for sale, Cindy Schwarz
  • [Phys-L] Re: for sale, Robert Cohen
  • [Phys-L] Anti-Americanism creeps in to science teaching debate, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Quick question on static frictionHi All, rlamont
  • [Phys-L] Re: Quick question on static frictionHi All, Steven Ratliff
  • [Phys-L] Re: Anti-Americanism creeps in to science teaching debate, Leigh Palmer
  • [Phys-L] Re: Quick question on static frictionHi All - erratum, Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] Re: RC Clock, Clarence Bennett
  • [Phys-L] conservation of angular momentum question, Daniel S. Price
  • [Phys-L] Re: conservation of angular momentum question, RAUBER, JOEL
  • [Phys-L] disturbing news from Kilimanjaro, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Re: PHYS-L Digest - 15 Mar 2005 to 16 Mar 2005 (#2005-93), Leigh Palmer
  • [Phys-L] Re: superconductivity, Jack Uretsky
  • [Phys-L] The equinox at Chichén Itzá, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Looking for electricity demo apparatus, Gonzalez-Espada, Wilson
  • [Phys-L] Re: Looking for electricity demo apparatus, Daniel Crowe
  • [Phys-L] Tesla Coils, Herbert H Gottlieb
  • [Phys-L] RE: The equinox at Chichén Itzá, Polvani, Donald G.
  • [Phys-L] Re: The equinox at Chichén Itzá, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] electricity demo apparatus and radiation, Karl Trappe
  • [Phys-L] New PER journal officially exists !, Robert J. Beichner
  • [Phys-L] x-ray production from spark coils, Karl Trappe
  • [Phys-L] demo apparatus radiation, Karl Trappe
  • [Phys-L] Re: electricity demo apparatus and radiation, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Energy & Projectile Lab, Dwight K. Souder
  • [Phys-L] Re: Energy & Projectile Lab, Spagna Jr., George
  • [Phys-L] Re: Is Science/Math Literacy A Concern of Higher Education?, Richard Hake
  • [Phys-L] Another for Ludwik:, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Re: Cold Fusion (was another for Ludwik), Ludwik Kowalski
  • [Phys-L] Rainbow serpent question, Gary Turner
  • [Phys-L] Re: Rainbow serpent question, Emigh, David
  • [Phys-L] Einstein's ethics, Pentcho Valev
  • [Phys-L] Re: Einstein's ethics, Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] long-distance electric power transmission, Carl Mungan
  • [Phys-L] Re: long-distance electric power transmission, Frohne, Vickie
  • [Phys-L] Goals of the Introductory Course, Rodney Dunning
  • [Phys-L] Re: Goals of the Introductory Course, Rick Tarara
  • [Phys-L] metal in microwave oven?, Anthony Lapinski
  • [Phys-L] Re: metal in microwave oven?, Chuck Britton
  • [Phys-L] Physics (chem.) Humor, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Re: Physics (chem.) Humor, Folkerts, Timothy J
  • [Phys-L] Re: Physics (chem.) Humor ???, Herbert H Gottlieb
  • [Phys-L] sliding orange?, Herbert H Gottlieb
  • [Phys-L] Re: sliding orange?, David T. Marx
  • [Phys-L] Parallel lines, Ludwik Kowalski
  • [Phys-L] FW: FL stamps out dictator professors, John Clement
  • [Phys-L] Re: Parallel lines, David Bowman
  • [Phys-L] Re: FL stamps out dictator professors, Strickert, Rick
  • [Phys-L] Cold nuclear alchemy, Ludwik Kowalski
  • [Phys-L] Pulp friction, Herbert H Gottlieb
  • [Phys-L] Re: What IS a field? (Was Re: Physics (chem.) Humor), RAUBER, JOEL
  • [Phys-L] computers, as with the TV news, the more you watch it the less you know., Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Re: computers, as with the TV news, the more you watch it the less you know., John Clement
  • [Phys-L] Re: PHYS-L Digest - 24 Mar 2005 - Special issue (#2005-104), Carl Mungan
  • [Phys-L] Locomotive Energetic Performance, Jeff Radtke
  • [Phys-L] Fields etc, Jim Green
  • [Phys-L] Polarity of a 1F (super) capacitor, Paul D. Price
  • [Phys-L] Re: Polarity of a 1F (super) capacitor, Frohne, Vickie
  • [Phys-L] Re: Fields etc, Daniel Crowe
  • [Phys-L] Why 60 hertz?, Larry Smith
  • [Phys-L] New transportation parameter?, Jeff Radtke
  • [Phys-L] Re: Why 60 hertz?, Chuck Britton
  • [Phys-L] Zeno's Paradoxes, Fakhruddin, Hasan
  • [Phys-L] Re: Zeno's Paradoxes, Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] Line frequency question, Herbert H Gottlieb
  • [Phys-L] Off Topic - Religious Discussion (was FL stamps out dictator professors), Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] Inventing or discovering?, Ludwik Kowalski
  • [Phys-L] Re: fundamentalism was: FL stamps out dictator professors, Bob Sciamanda
  • [Phys-L] Re: Off Topic - Religious Discussion (was FL stamps out dictator professors), James Mackey
  • [Phys-L] None, Julie Quah
  • [Phys-L] Area vector, Tony Wayne
  • [Phys-L] Re: Area vector, RAUBER, JOEL
  • [Phys-L] The meaning of theory., Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Davisson & Germer and Nobel Prize, Michael Edmiston
  • [Phys-L] Re: Davisson & Germer and Nobel Prize, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Modeling Workshop in Charlotte, No.Carolina (July 5-22), Jane Jackson
  • [Phys-L] Mac users may not be more intelligent,, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Re: Mac users may not be more intelligent,, Polvani, Donald G.
  • [Phys-L] Physics Modeling Workshops nationwide, this summer, Jane Jackson


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