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  1. First You Build a Cloud: And Other Reflections on Physics as a Way of Life by K. C. Cole, 1999-04-15
  2. The Physics of Christianity by Frank J. Tipler, 2007-05-01
  3. General Physics by Oswald Blackwood, 1956
  4. Modern Canonical Quantum General Relativity (Cambridge Monographs on Mathematical Physics) by Thomas Thiemann, 2007-10-15
  5. Teaching Introductory Physics by Arnold B. Arons, 1996-07-25
  6. College Physics Vol. 2 by Raymond A. Serway, Jerry S. Faughn, et all 2008-02-29
  7. Physics Demystified : A Self-Teaching Guide (Demystified) by Stan Gibilisco, 2002-08-01
  8. Physics for Scientists and Engineers with Modern Physics, Vol. 2 (Third Edition) by Douglas C. Giancoli, Giancoli, 2000-06-08
  9. Fundamentals of Physics, Part 2 (Chapters 1220) by David Halliday, Robert Resnick, et all 2004-01-06
  10. Physics Workbook For Dummies (For Dummies (Math & Science)) by Steve,Ph.D. Holzner, 2007-10-08
  11. Physics for Scientists and Engineers with Modern Physics, Chapters 39-46 (with CengageNOW 2-Semester, Personal Tutor Printed Access Card) by Raymond A. Serway, John W. Jewett, 2007-06-12
  12. The Cartoon Guide to Physics by Larry Gonick, 1992-02-01
  13. The Physics Coloring Book (HarperCollins Coloring Books (Not Childrens))
  14. University Physics Volume 1 Chapters 1-20 by Hugh D. Young, Roger A. Freedman, et all 2006-12

81. [hep-ex/0008017] Introduction To Superstring Theory
These four lectures, addressed to an audience of graduate students in experimental high energy physics, survey some of the basic concepts in string theory. The purpose is to convey a general sense of what string theory is and what it has achieved.Postscript
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From: John Schwarz [ view email ] Date: Wed, 9 Aug 2000 23:28:10 GMT (36kb)
Introduction to Superstring Theory
Author: John H. Schwarz
Comments: 44 pages; Lectures presented at the St. Croix NATO Advanced Study Institute on Techniques and Concepts of High Energy Physics
Report-no: CALT-68-2293, CITUSC/00-045
These four lectures, addressed to an audience of graduate students in experimental high energy physics, survey some of the basic concepts in string theory. The purpose is to convey a general sense of what string theory is and what it has achieved. Since the characteristic scale of string theory is expected to be close to the Planck scale, the structure of strings probably cannot be probed directly in accelerator experiments. The most accessible experimental implication of superstring theory is supersymmetry at or below the TeV scale.
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82. University Of Trento - Italy - UNITN-Eprints - Subject: QC Physics (General)
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83. Faculty Of Physics - Home
Faculty of physics. Includes general information on graduate and undergraduate study of physics, and a faculty listing.

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84. The Physics Department At The University Of Toronto
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86. Unit 57
This site contains a comprehensive introduction to the basic ideas and tests of general relativity
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A. General Principle of Covariance (or Only the Tides are Real)
Consider yourself in an elevator. You cannot see outside, so you must determine the nature of the surrounding universe by local experiments. You let go of a coin and it falls to the bottom of the elevator. Aha!, you say, I am at rest on Earth. But, you could be in a spaceship that is accelerating and far from any other object. This is shown in Fig. 57-1. Fig. 57-1:
Locally being at rest on the Earth's surface is equivalent to being in a uniformly accelerated spaceship. Consider the opposite case. You float from the floor and the coin does not fall when you release it. Aha!, you say again, I am in space far from any other body. But, you could be freely falling towards the Earth as shown in Fig. 57-2. Fig. 57-2:

87. INPC2001
INPC 2001 will have a very special character since it will be the first major international nuclear physics conference of the new millennium. The general theme of the scientific program will be Nuclear physics in the 21st Century.
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88. School Of Physics And Astronomy - University Of Nottingham
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89. Journal Of Physics A: Mathematical And General
Journal of physics A Mathematical and general, Journals sitemap Nuclear and general. 19681972, Journal of physics A general physics.
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90. HUT. Library Of Engineering Physics. General
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91. Fachbereich Physik
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93. Physics Java Applets By C.K.Ng
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94. Physics Of Tsunamis
The physics of Tsunamis. The mechanisms of tsunami generation and propagation What is a tsunami? A tsunami (pronounced tsoonah-mee
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95. Australasian Society For General Relativity And Gravitation
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Contents Membership information Newsletters Job vacancies Committee / contact information ... Other links worldwide The Australasian Society for General Relativity and Gravitation (ASGRG) was formed at a meeting of mathematicians and physicists in Canberra in September 1994. The Society aims to bring together researchers who work in a wide range of areas within mathematical, theoretical and experimental gravitation: exact solutions of general relativity, mathematical relativity, numerical relativity, quantum gravity, cosmology, estimation of the gravitational wave signals produced by astronomical sources, and development of techniques and technology for detecting these signals with earth- and satellite-based antennae. It was decided to form the society to facilitate discussion of mutual problems of interest and to provide greater cooperation to solve the outstanding problems in the various fields. We see our role as providing a regional forum in Australia and New Zealand similar to the recently formed Topical Interest Group in Gravitation of the American Physical Society, and the international GRG society. The official name and constitution of the Society were adopted at the first General Meeting, which was held during the

96. How Do Tsunamis Differ From Other Water Waves?
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Tsunamis are unlike wind-generated waves, which many of us may have observed on a local lake or at a coastal beach, in that they are characterized as shallow-water waves, with long periods and wave lengths. The wind-generated swell one sees at a California beach, for example, spawned by a storm out in the Pacific and rhythmically rolling in, one wave after another, might have a period of about 10 seconds and a wave length of 150 m. A tsunami, on the other hand, can have a wavelength in excess of 100 km and period on the order of one hour. As a result of their long wave lengths, tsunamis behave as shallow-water waves. A wave becomes a shallow-water wave when the ratio between the water depth and its wave length gets very small. Shallow-water waves move at a speed that is equal to the square root of the product of the acceleration of gravity (9.8 m/s/s) and the water depth - let's see what this implies: In the Pacific Ocean, where the typical water depth is about 4000 m, a tsunami travels at about 200 m/s, or over 700 km/hr. Because the rate at which a wave loses its energy is inversely related to its wave length, tsunamis not only propagate at high speeds, they can also travel great, transoceanic distances with limited energy losses. This animation (2.3 MB), produced by Professor Nobuo Shuto of the Disaster Control Research Center, Tohoku University, Japan, shows the propagation of the earthquake-generated

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98. Institute Of Physics - General Information
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99. Millennium Relativity
Introduces a new theory in relativistic physics to replace Einstein's special and general theories of relativity.
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