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  • [Phys-L] Re: what is "physics", John Clement
  • [Phys-L] TPT article on momentum & reference frames, Savinainen Antti
  • [Phys-L] Re: TPT article on momentum & reference frames, Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] Re: prompted by intelligent design, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Physics Vacancy at the Indiana Academy, Fakhruddin, Hasan
  • [Phys-L] Wiki physics texts, Folkerts, Timothy J
  • [Phys-L] Charts or Graphs, and other Excel stuff, Edmiston, Mike
  • [Phys-L] Keep Physics Diagnostic Tests Off the Web! - PART 1, Richard Hake
  • [Phys-L] Keep Physics Diagnostic Tests Off the Web! - PART 2, Richard Hake
  • [Phys-L] Re: Charts or Graphs, and other Excel stuff, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Spam is getting sophisticated. Was: The pulley, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Kitzmiller vs DASD, Robert B Zannelli
  • [Phys-L] Nobel: Glauber; Hall, HÃnsch, John Denker
  • [Phys-L] Re: Nobel: Glauber; Hall, Hänsch, Bob Sciamanda
  • [Phys-L] Re: Has Scholarship Been Reconsidered?, Richard Hake
  • [Phys-L] Re: Nobel: Glauber; Hall, Hänsch, Jack Uretsky
  • [Phys-L] Re: Kitzmiller vs DASD, Jack Uretsky
  • [Phys-L] Looking for self-contained, active "Physics Challenges", Mark Lucas
  • [Phys-L] Re: student mathematical capabilities, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] linear generator, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Re: Low enrollment courses in high school, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Re: linear generator, Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] Re: Looking for self-contained, active "Physics Challenges", Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] Std. testing and longer days, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Fraction of energy carried off, Ken Caviness
  • [Phys-L] Re: Fraction of energy carried off, Ludwik Kowalski
  • [Phys-L] Re: Digital Multi Meters (DMM), Ludwik Kowalski
  • [Phys-L] (now fixed) RE: Fraction of energy carried off, Ken Caviness
  • [Phys-L] Re: (now fixed) RE: Fraction of energy carried off, Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] Re: thrown ball with air drag, Jack Uretsky
  • [Phys-L] Re: thrown ball with air drag (linguistic correction), Jack Uretsky
  • [Phys-L] Re: Kitzmiller vs DASD (comments on day 1), Jack Uretsky
  • [Phys-L] symposium: Education in Nanoscience & Engineering. Call for papers, Jane Jackson
  • [Phys-L] Fwd: Study on Computational Physics, Dan MacIsaac
  • [Phys-L] Study on Computational Physics, Warren Hein
  • [Phys-L] A Third law question, Rick Tarara
  • [Phys-L] Re: A Third law question, Dan Crowe
  • [Phys-L] Buoyancy challenge activity, Fakhruddin, Hasan
  • [Phys-L] Re: Buoyancy challenge activity, Folkerts, Timothy J
  • [Phys-L] THE WEDGE STRATEGY of The ID Movement, Robert B Zannelli
  • [Phys-L] Re: THE WEDGE STRATEGY of The ID Movement, Bob Sciamanda
  • [Phys-L] How to convince a Second Law skeptic, Tom Wayburn
  • [Phys-L] Re: How to convince a Second Law skeptic, Dan Crowe
  • [Phys-L] Off topic: THE WEDGE STRATEGY of The ID Movement (Hitler facts), Rauber, Joel
  • [Phys-L] Re: Testing assessments (was A Third law question), Rick Tarara
  • [Phys-L] Re: [SPAM-4.611] Re: THE WEDGE STRATEGY of The ID Movement, James E Mackey
  • [Phys-L] Antique Gas Pump Question, Tony Wayne
  • [Phys-L] Re: Antique Gas Pump Question, rlamont
  • [Phys-L] looking for software, James McLean
  • [Phys-L] Divinely Inspired Behavior, Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] Re: Divinely Inspired Behavior, Jack Uretsky
  • [Phys-L] Re: looking for software, Dan Schroeder
  • [Phys-L] Rounding results, ALVIN BACHMAN
  • [Phys-L] ZANNELLI SENDS WARNING TO LIST MEMBERS ON ID THREAT, Robert B Zannelli
  • [Phys-L] Origin of the Novel Species Noodleous doubleous: Evidence for Intelligent Desig, Robert B Zannelli
  • [Phys-L] The Politics of ID, Jeff Weitz
  • [Phys-L] Re: The Politics of ID, Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] Re: Rounding results, Jack Uretsky
  • [Phys-L] Cosmological Constant and a "new" Symmetry, Robert B Zannelli
  • [Phys-L] The Republican War on Science by Chris Mooney, Robert B Zannelli
  • [Phys-L] Re: The Republican War on Science by Chris Mooney, Shapiro, Mark
  • [Phys-L] Re: Latent heat of evaporation, Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] Survey Meters, Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] Re: Survey Meters, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Re: [SPAM-6.111] Re: [SPAM-4.611] Re: THE WEDGE STRATEGY of The ID Movement, James E Mackey
  • [Phys-L] Re: [SPAM-4.611] Re: [SPAM-4.611] Re: THE WEDGE STRATEGY of The ID Movement, James E Mackey
  • [Phys-L] how to unsubscribe?, John Cockman, Jr.
  • [Phys-L] Re: how to unsubscribe?, Rick Swanson
  • [Phys-L] Print Paranoia Passim, Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] Re: SPAM-SPAM-SPAM-SPAM, SPAM-SPAM-SPAM-SPAM, LOVELY SPAM, WONDERFUL SPAM, Karl Trappe
  • [Phys-L] Re: Print Paranoia Passim, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Re: Physics and Society list (was Spam, etc.), Rick Tarara
  • [Phys-L] Fwd: Lehigh University Biological Sciences Department Disclaimer of Behe and Int, Robert B Zannelli
  • [Phys-L] Slow list?, Michael Edmiston
  • [Phys-L] Re: Fwd: Lehigh University Biological Sciences Department Disclaimer of Behe and Int, Herb Gottlieb
  • [Phys-L] Re: Slow list?, David Bowman
  • [Phys-L] Re: Energy is primary and fundamental?, Stefan Jeglinski
  • [Phys-L] Radon (was Survey Meters), Edmiston, Mike
  • [Phys-L] Re: Slow list? (update), David Bowman
  • [Phys-L] Re: Radon (was Survey Meters), Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Google: Was: Re: Slow list?, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] notation for initial velocity components, Carl Mungan
  • [Phys-L] Re: notation for initial velocity components, Tom Sandin
  • [Phys-L] Aristotelian thinking among modern students, David T. Marx
  • [Phys-L] Re: Google: Was: Re: Slow list?, Richard Tarara
  • [Phys-L] Tech Execs Should Speak Out for Science, Robert B Zannelli
  • [Phys-L] Re: Aristotelian thinking among modern students, Robert Cohen
  • [Phys-L] Re: Tech Execs Should Speak Out for Science, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Re: Tech Execs Should Speak Out for Science -- Cleaned Up -- I hope, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] E vs. KE/PE, Robert Cohen
  • [Phys-L] Free body diagram misconception, Gene Gordon
  • [Phys-L] Bateman (was survey meters), Ludwik Kowalski
  • [Phys-L] Re: Free body diagram misconception, jbellina
  • [Phys-L] Re: Bateman (was survey meters), Ludwik Kowalski
  • [Phys-L] Re: computation +- math skills, Tom Wayburn
  • [Phys-L] 1Re: HUMAN EVENTS Article: Ten Most Harmful Books of the 19th and 20th Centuries - PART 1, Richard Hake
  • [Phys-L] Re: HUMAN EVENTS Article: Ten Most Harmful Books of the 19th and 20th Centuries - PART 2a, Richard Hake
  • [Phys-L] Re: HUMAN EVENTS Article: Ten Most Harmful Books of the 19th and 20th Centuries - PART 2b, Richard Hake
  • [Phys-L] Astronomy popular in Islamic nation, Robert B Zannelli
  • [Phys-L] Re: Astronomy popular in Islamic nation, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Re: PHYS-L Digest - 21 Oct 2005 to 22 Oct 2005 (#2005-371), Jeff Steinert
  • [Phys-L] Re: THE WEDGE STRATEGY of The ID Movement, Bernard Cleyet
  • [Phys-L] Ten Most Harmful Books of the 19th and 20th Centuries- PART 1, Richard Hake
  • [Phys-L] Ten Most Harmful Books of the 19th and 20th Centuries - PART 2, Richard Hake
  • [Phys-L] GoogleEarth, Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] Re: GoogleEarth, Shapiro, Mark
  • [Phys-L] Re: Ten Most Harmful Books of the 19th and 20th Centuries - PART 2, John Clement
  • [Phys-L] student difficulties with velocity as a vector?, Robert Cohen
  • [Phys-L] Re: student difficulties with velocity as a vector?, John Clement
  • [Phys-L] Re: Ten Most Harmful Books of the 19th and 20th Centuries, Richard Hake
  • [Phys-L] Catholic Church Signs on to ID., Robert B Zannelli
  • [Phys-L] Gasoline storage can cap, Herb Gottlieb
  • [Phys-L] Re: Gasoline storage can cap, rlamont
  • [Phys-L] Natural Gas vs Electricity, Michael Edmiston
  • [Phys-L] Re: Natural Gas vs Electricity, Ludwik Kowalski
  • [Phys-L] Re: Natural Gas vs Electricity - conserving energy, Edmiston, Mike
  • [Phys-L] Mars Proxima, Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] Re: Catholic Church Signs on to ID, Thomas McCarthy
  • [Phys-L] Piaget & Dewey: Down for the Count? - FORWARD from Kieran Egan, Richard Hake
  • [Phys-L] Re: Piaget & Dewey: Down for the Count? - FORWARD from Kieran Egan, John Clement
  • [Phys-L] paper tower contest, John Denker
  • [Phys-L] Natural Gas versus Electricity, Polvani, Donald G.
  • [Phys-L] Re: Natural Gas versus Electricity, Rick Tarara
  • [Phys-L] Is the US becoming hostile to science?, Shapiro, Mark
  • [Phys-L] Re: Is the US becoming hostile to science?, Richard Hake
  • [Phys-L] Gas Heaters and Fans, John SOHL
  • [Phys-L] Radioactive Bananas, Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] Re: Radioactive Bananas, Michael Edmiston
  • [Phys-L] Stopping Distance, Eugene Mosca
  • [Phys-L] Re: Stopping Distance, Brian Whatcott
  • [Phys-L] INTERIOR BIOLOGISTS TOLD TO FUNDRAISE, Robert B Zannelli
  • [Phys-L] Electromagnetism is Only a Theory!!!, Shapiro, Mark
  • [Phys-L] Re: Electromagnetism is Only a Theory!!!, Strickert, Rick
  • [Phys-L] Heating Costs, Tom Sandin
  • [Phys-L] Is Dewey-like Pedagogy Relatively Successful? (was Re: Piaget & Dewey. . .) - PART 1, Richard Hake
  • [Phys-L] Is Dewey-like Pedagogy Relatively Successful? (was Re: Piaget & Dewey. . .) - PART 2, Richard Hake
  • [Phys-L] Re: Gas Heaters and Fans, Bernard Cleyet


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