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


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  • [Phys-L] pl detele the pools challenge mail, Julie Quah
  • [Phys-L] Re: Math SAT, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Re: entropy, Larry Smith
  • [Phys-L] Fwd: New Orleans Universities: ASU will accommodate students, Jane Jackson
  • [Phys-L] Re: Colleges and universities will accommodate students, Rick Tarara
  • [Phys-L] Re: New Orleans Universities: ASU will accommodate students, Wes Davis
  • [Phys-L] University post, Wes Davis
  • [Phys-L] Physics Central Web site, SSHS KPHOX
  • [Phys-L] Piaget, Jack Uretsky
  • [Phys-L] Re: Piaget, jbellina
  • [Phys-L] Re: Physics Central Web site, Larry Woolf
  • [Phys-L] Re: PHYS-L Digest - 4 Sep 2005 to 5 Sep 2005 (#2005-293), Eugene Mosca
  • [Phys-L] Newton's Equation - 2 or 3 terms?, Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] Re: Newton's Equation - 2 or 3 terms?, Ludwik Kowalski
  • [Phys-L] Re: What is Scientific Process?, ALVIN BACHMAN
  • [Phys-L] Has Piaget Gone Down For the Long Count? (was Piaget) - PART 1, Richard Hake
  • [Phys-L] Has Piaget Gone Down For the Long Count? (was Piaget) - PART 2, Richard Hake
  • [Phys-L] Gulf Coast universities: Arizona State Univ offers help, Jane Jackson
  • [Phys-L] Fwd: study stars at Kitt Peak Observatory. TLRBSE, Jane Jackson
  • [Phys-L] The Republican War On Science, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Re: The Republican War On Science, rlamont
  • [Phys-L] OT The Republican War On Science, Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] Average earlier or average later?, Michael Edmiston
  • [Phys-L] Re: Average earlier or average later?, Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] A RESEARCH PROJECT (AND A GOOD LAB), ludwik kowalski
  • [Phys-L] "moving clock runs slower" (not), John Denker
  • [Phys-L] Politics on this Listserv, Jeff Weitz
  • [Phys-L] Re: Politics on this Listserv, Herbert H Gottlieb
  • [Phys-L] Re: "moving clock runs slower" (not), Rick Tarara
  • [Phys-L] Re: OT The Republican War On Science, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Re: "moving clock runs slower" (yes), Fayngold, Moses
  • [Phys-L] Re: A RESEARCH PROJECT (AND A GOOD LAB), ludwik kowalski
  • [Phys-L] Re: relativity: style +- technique, David T. Marx
  • [Phys-L] Piaget & Dewey: Down for the Count? - PART 1, Richard Hake
  • [Phys-L] Piaget & Dewey: Down for the Count? - PART 2, Richard Hake
  • [Phys-L] For Mac users, ludwik kowalski
  • [Phys-L] Hypergeometric Equation, D.V.N.Sarma
  • [Phys-L] Re: Hypergeometric Equation, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Re: "moving clock runs slower", Jim Green
  • [Phys-L] Question, Fayngold, Moses
  • [Phys-L] Re: Piaget & Dewey: Down for the Count? - PART 1, Jack Uretsky
  • [Phys-L] Excel substitute, Jeff Weitz
  • [Phys-L] Re: Excel substitute, Jack MacLeod
  • [Phys-L] "moving clock runs slower" (yes), Fayngold, Moses
  • [Phys-L] Latent heat of evaporation, ludwik kowalski
  • [Phys-L] (German grammar, delete if uninterested), Rauber, Joel
  • [Phys-L] Re: Piaget & Dewey: Down for the Count?, Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] Re: (German grammar, delete if uninterested), Ken Caviness
  • [Phys-L] Fwd: The Rigid Rotating Disk in Relativity, Robert B Zannelli
  • [Phys-L] The Rigid Rotating Disk in Relativity, Robert B Zannelli
  • [Phys-L] Re: The Rigid Rotating Disk in Relativity, Rauber, Joel
  • [Phys-L] German phrase, Mariam Dittman
  • [Phys-L] Re: German phrase, Jack Uretsky
  • [Phys-L] Re: student mathematical capability, Rick Tarara
  • [Phys-L] thrown ball with air drag, Carl Mungan
  • [Phys-L] Re: thrown ball with air drag, ludwik kowalski
  • [Phys-L] Re: 2+2=4, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Math education, Herb Gottlieb
  • [Phys-L] student mathematical capabilities, Jeff Weitz
  • [Phys-L] PKAL information request, Rick Swanson
  • [Phys-L] Liberal Arts colleges / student mathematical capability, Roger Haar
  • [Phys-L] Liberal-arts schools and limits on the major (was student mathematical capability), Edmiston, Mike
  • [Phys-L] Re: Liberal Arts colleges / student mathematical capability, Monce, Michael N.
  • [Phys-L] Re: student mathematical capabilities, Hugh Haskell
  • [Phys-L] Re: Liberal-arts schools and limits on the major (was student mathematical capability), Rauber, Joel
  • [Phys-L] Back to "moving clocks" [was: Re: student mathematical capability], Hugh Haskell
  • [Phys-L] Spam request. Was: Re: PKAL information request, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Quarters vs Semesters, Rauber, Joel
  • [Phys-L] Re: Quarters vs Semesters, Hugh Haskell
  • [Phys-L] Re: Back to "moving clocks" [was: Re: student mathematical capability], Rick Tarara
  • [Phys-L] PRST-PER journal links, Robert Beichner
  • [Phys-L] Logic, was Re: student mathematical capability, jbellina
  • [Phys-L] Re: Logic, was Re: student mathematical capability, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Text book prices, D.V.N.Sarma
  • [Phys-L] Re: Text book prices, David T. Marx
  • [Phys-L] HS schedule, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Science Under Seige (NS Sep 10 Issue), Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] Re: Science Under Seige (NS Sep 10 Issue), Gordon Johnson
  • [Phys-L] Digital Multi Meters (DMM), ludwik kowalski
  • [Phys-L] Fwd: How Spaghetti breaks extracts from PRL authors, Dan MacIsaac
  • [Phys-L] Space Cycle, Scott Goelzer
  • [Phys-L] Re: Digital Multi Meters (DMM), Ludwik Kowalski
  • [Phys-L] infinite sig. figs., Dwight K. Souder
  • [Phys-L] Re: infinite sig. figs., Pete Lohstreter
  • [Phys-L] OT: fun things, John Denker
  • [Phys-L] cosmic rays bombarding rocks, Michael J. Moloney
  • [Phys-L] Re: OT: fun things, Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] Re: PHYS-L Digest - 22 Sep 2005 - Special issue (#2005-324), Richard B Granoff
  • [Phys-L] Re: cosmic rays bombarding rocks, Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] water-rocket lifting a man?, Dwight K. Souder
  • [Phys-L] Calculations on the AP Calculus Exam, Jeff Weitz
  • [Phys-L] Hurricanes, Ludwik Kowalski
  • [Phys-L] two types of "vector", John Denker
  • [Phys-L] Re: Hurricanes, Roger Haar
  • [Phys-L] Re: water-rocket lifting a man?, Gary Turner
  • [Phys-L] New Orleans, Anthony Lapinski
  • [Phys-L] Re: New Orleans, Hugh Haskell
  • [Phys-L] Millikan Lecture, Warren Hein
  • [Phys-L] Science "Magic" Demos, Folkerts, Timothy J
  • [Phys-L] Re: Science "Magic" Demos, jbellina
  • [Phys-L] Re: Piaget? - Other Sources, Richard Hake
  • [Phys-L] Physics project rubric?, Dwight K. Souder
  • [Phys-L] CAPTISE @ College of Wooster (in Ohio), Dwight K. Souder
  • [Phys-L] prompted by intelligent design, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Piaget & Dewey: Down for the Count? - 47 Responses, Richard Hake
  • [Phys-L] Re: prompted by intelligent design, Shapiro, Mark
  • [Phys-L] Re: taking stuff apart, Dwight K. Souder
  • [Phys-L] Cell Phone Blues, Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] Re: Physics project rubric?, Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] Re: Cell Phone Blues, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] A Barrel of Crude, Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] Re: what is "physics", Thomas O'Neill
  • [Phys-L] Bad film Physics, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Re: A Barrel of Crude, Bernard Cleyet


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