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


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  • [Phys-l] test of new month, Mark O. Kimball
  • [Phys-L] No atmosphere=no splashing!, Bob Sciamanda
  • [Phys-L] Re: No atmosphere=no splashing!, David T. Marx
  • [Phys-L] Re: Zeno's Paradoxes, Chuck Britton
  • [Phys-L] Re: Einstein's ethics, Pentcho Valev
  • [Phys-L] Seven Reasons Why The NCLB Might Promote Direct Instruction of Science in the U.S. and One Reason Why It Might Not, Richard Hake
  • [Phys-L] Re: Anti-Americanism creeps in to science teaching debate, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] What If Could Turn Off The Higgs Field., Robert B Zannelli
  • [Phys-L] High School Physics Opening, Lehman, Cherie
  • [Phys-L] List of Modeling Workshops nationwide, this summer, Jane Jackson
  • [Phys-L] Will the NRC Switch the NCLB's Direct Science Instruction Juggernaut to the Guided Inquiry Track?, Richard Hake
  • [Phys-L] Prop Blades, Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] Re: Prop Blades, Matt Coia
  • [Phys-L] FORWARD: Rigorous Research in Engineering Education from Karl Smith, Richard Hake
  • [Phys-L] A "simple" physics problem?, Herbert H Gottlieb
  • [Phys-L] Re: A "simple" physics problem?, Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] Re: Mississippi puzzle, RAUBER, JOEL
  • [Phys-L] Re: Dalton's law of partial pressures, Folkerts, Timothy J
  • [Phys-L] dichroism, birefringency, and circularly polarized EM rad. question, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Odd EM problem, Roger Haar
  • [Phys-L] Age of Zircon, Jim Green
  • [Phys-L] Re: Odd EM problem, Fayngold, Moses
  • [Phys-L] Wired on ETS: ICT, Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] Re: Age of Zircon, Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] California Physics Standards Test, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Re: California Physics Standards Test, Jack Uretsky
  • [Phys-L] Lenz's law, Mangala Joshua
  • [Phys-L] Re: Lenz's law, Chuck Britton
  • [Phys-L] Skin effect??, Herbert H Gottlieb
  • [Phys-L] Diamagnetism. Was: Re: Lenz's law, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Re: Diamagnetism. Was: Re: Lenz's law, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Student International Competition, Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] Re: Skin effect??, Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] Help on a problem from Goldstein, Leigh Palmer
  • [Phys-L] Re: Help on a problem from Goldstein, Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] Two ways of refuting Einstein, Pentcho Valev
  • [Phys-L] Re: Two ways of refuting Einstein, Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] LaTeX in physics, Larry Smith
  • [Phys-L] Re: LaTeX in physics, Herb Schulz
  • [Phys-L] LaTeX in physics (resend in plain text), Larry Smith
  • [Phys-L] Re: LaTeX in physics (resend in plain text), Jack Uretsky
  • [Phys-L] PhD Thesis, Jim Green
  • [Phys-L] Physics Englightens the World event, David T. Marx
  • [Phys-L] Re: Research on Student Response Systems, Richard Hake
  • [Phys-L] Re: dichroism, birefringency, and circularly polarized EM rad. question, Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT, Jim Lerman
  • [Phys-L] Portrait of a Visible Light Wave, Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] Buzzygin's Prolific Papers, Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] COLD FUSION:, Ludwik Kowalski
  • [Phys-L] Fwd: Cornell DSpace physics (Laureate video), Dan MacIsaac
  • [Phys-L] cramster.com et. al. thread, RAUBER, JOEL
  • [Phys-L] Random Conference Paper Generation, Polvani, Donald G.
  • [Phys-L] Re: POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT, Robert Cohen
  • [Phys-L] Re: homework lookup, RAUBER, JOEL
  • [Phys-L] Re: Random Conference Paper Generation, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] inhaling helium, Anthony Lapinski
  • [Phys-L] Re: inhaling helium, Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] Should Randomized Control Trials Be the Gold Standard of Educational Research ?, Richard Hake
  • [Phys-L] Re: Should Randomized Control Trials Be the Gold Standard of Educational Research ?, Shapiro, Mark
  • [Phys-L] Re: PHYS-L Digest - 16 Apr 2005 to 17 Apr 2005 (#2005-134), milan
  • [Phys-L] FW: [math-learn] Randomized Trials: Answer What Works?, John Clement
  • [Phys-L] Re: Should Randomized Control Trials Be the Gold Standard of Educational Research?, Richard Hake
  • [Phys-L] sound frequency in helium, Julie Quah
  • [Phys-L] Re: sound frequency in helium, Folkerts, Timothy J
  • [Phys-L] An Interesting reflection phenomenon, Hugh Haskell
  • [Phys-L] Re: An Interesting reflection phenomenon, Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] Mixing Oil and Water, Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] Announcer photo, Anthony Lapinski
  • [Phys-L] Re: Announcer photo, Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] power-grid physics, John Denker
  • [Phys-L] HRSI (High-Temperature Reusable Surface Insulation) picture, Dwight K. Souder
  • [Phys-L] Re: HRSI (High-Temperature Reusable Surface Insulation) picture, David T. Marx
  • [Phys-L] Re: Should Randomized Control Trials Be the Gold Standard? PART 1, Richard Hake
  • [Phys-L] Re: Should Randomized Control Trials Be the Gold Standard? PART 2, Richard Hake
  • [Phys-L] [Fwd: [ncnaapt] surplus copies of Giancoli, Halliday/Resnick/Krane], Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Re: Force Concept Inventory for Richard H., Richard Hake
  • [Phys-L] Re: [Fwd: [ncnaapt] surplus copies of Giancoli, Halliday/Resnick/Krane], Peter Schoch
  • [Phys-L] Fwd: AAPT Update 2005 Number 4, Dan MacIsaac
  • [Phys-L] Degenerate scientific revolution, Pentcho Valev
  • [Phys-L] The Climate of Man, the Arctic on the realities of global warming., Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Quotation, Pentcho Valev
  • [Phys-L] Re: Quotation, Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] Science curriculum sequence: Grades 6 - 12, Rextivius
  • [Phys-L] Re: Science curriculum sequence: Grades 6 - 12, John Clement
  • [Phys-L] Lesson Study Dissertation/Report - Conclusion, John Clement
  • [Phys-l] spinodal decomposition, sserafin
  • [Phys-L] open/closed pipes, Anthony Lapinski
  • [Phys-L] Re: open/closed pipes, Folkerts, Timothy J
  • [Phys-L] oscilloscope, Anthony Lapinski
  • [Phys-L] Re: oscilloscope, Anthony Lapinski
  • [Phys-L] Bryan Wallace, Pentcho Valev
  • [Phys-L] Mr. Fusion, John Denker
  • [Phys-L] Re: Mr. Fusion, Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] Science as a cult, Pentcho Valev
  • [Phys-L] Earth's Energy Out of Balance, John Denker
  • [Phys-L] Fwd: passing of philip morrison, Dan MacIsaac
  • [Phys-L] Human Error?, Edmiston, Mike
  • [Phys-L] Re: Human Error?, Frohne, Vickie
  • [Phys-L] Interesting quotation about percentages, Carl Gaither
  • [Phys-L] Re: Interesting quotation about percentages, Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] lab reports, K. Fincher
  • [Phys-L] Re: Human Error - not tolerable?, Michael Edmiston
  • [Phys-L] Re: Reaction Time (was Re: Human Error?), Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Re: Mixing Oil and Water, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Re: lab reports, Jack Uretsky


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