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         Quantum Physics:     more books (100)
  1. Primer of Quantum Mechanics (Physics) by Marvin Chester, 2003-04-25
  2. Essential Quantum Mechanics by Gary Bowman, 2008-01-10
  3. Three Roads to Quantum Gravity by Lee Smolin, 2001-06
  4. Schaum's Easy Outline of Quantum Mechanics (Schaum's Easy Outline) by Eliahu Zaarur, Phinik Reuven, 2005-09-21
  5. Beyond Measure: Modern Physics, Philosophy, and the Meaning of Quantum Theory by Jim Baggott, 2004-01-01
  6. Quantum Physics by Michel Le Bellac, 2006-04-03
  7. Quantum Generations: A History of Physics in the Twentieth Century by Helge Kragh, 2002-03-04
  8. Quantum Field Theory I: Basics in Mathematics and Physics: A Bridge between Mathematicians and Physicists by Eberhard Zeidler, 2006-09-25
  9. Quantum Optics: An Introduction (Oxford Master Series in Physics, 6) by Mark Fox, 2006-06-22
  10. Introduction to Quantum Mechanics (Manchester Physics Series) by A. C. Phillips, 2003-07-16
  11. Quantum Mechanics. Special Chapters by Walter Greiner, 2004-02-27
  12. Quantum Mechanics: New Approaches to Selected Topics (Dover Books on Physics) by Harry J. Lipkin, 2007-06-05
  13. Variational Principles in Dynamics and Quantum Theory (Dover Books on Physics) by Wolfgang Yourgrau, Stanley Mandelstam, 2007-03-15
  14. Introduction to Quantum Mechanics (2nd Edition) by David J. Griffiths, 2004-04-10

61. B'or Ha'Torah - Jewish English-language Journal
For scientists, artists, teachers, philosophers, and students. Judaism and science, evolution, Bible codes, Jewish medical ethics, the Jewish woman and modern life, quantum physics and Jewish Philosophy.
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B'OR HA'TORAH is an English-language journal for wondering Jews, scientists, artists, teachers, and students. It examines personal and intellectual concerns through the microscope and telescope of the scientist; the algorithm of the mathematician; the discourse of the philosopher; the imagery of the artist, poet, and photographer; and the tested faith and learning of the Torah-observant Jew. New volume!
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62. Subjectivism, Reality And Quantum Physics
Subjectivism, Reality and quantum physics. It has become popular among those who dislike objective reality to interpret quantum physics in this way.
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Subjectivism, Reality and Quantum Physics
Two articles from the Mensa Bulletin, reprinted in the August Tableaus, dealt with the supposed contradictions between quantum physics (the physics of matter and energy at the atomic and sub-atomic scales) and objective reality. It has become popular among those who dislike objective reality to interpret quantum physics in this way. The argument is that quantum phenomena have no fixed values until they are observed; that experiments confirm that these values are truly indeterminate (i.e., not explained at a deeper level); and, therefore, that "consciousness creates reality".

63. Quantum Stuff
quantum stuff. before there was quantum physics, the physics of the nineties, there was classical physics. this is an important part of quantum physics.
Justin Hall

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quantum stuff
before there was quantum physics, the physics of the nineties, there was classical physics. this is what most folks know about physics, you know, like popular physics, it's about like
matter and fields
a lawfirm? newton made the universe like a clock, all orderly and stuff - he explained why the apple fell from the tree. he did this by explaining the nature of matter and fields. drop an object, the matter of the object is affected by the fields surrounding it (gravitational or electromagnetic) he got the gravity thing, I think, that's why his name is on a famous gravity law. he didn't grok on the electromagnetic thing so well, but he did use scientific method - hypothesis, theory, stuff like that, with well documented experiments to back it up. some guy named maxwell used like the same method and learned about fields and stuff. then that famous dude einstein found out some more stuff that science didn't know - in one year, 1905, he busted out three phat theories, that are like still famous today. he was a major dude, and that was a major year. he discovered that things are like relative. this is an important part of quantum physics. I'm not sure where those two things intersect.

64. A New Model Course In Applied Quantum Physics
A New Model Course in Applied quantum physics EF Redish, RN Steinberg, MC Wittmann. A New Model Course in Applied quantum physics.
A New Model Course in Applied Quantum Physics
E.F. Redish, R.N. Steinberg, M.C. Wittmann
Overview How Students Learn Classroom materials Teacher's Guide
A New Model Course in
Applied Quantum Physics
A set of of instructor resources for introductory quantum mechanics and modern physics. Edward F. Redish Richard N. Steinberg Michael C. Wittmann and the
Physics Education Research Group at the University of Maryland


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Classroom materials
Teacher's Guide

Not finding what you wanted? Check the Site Map for more information. We are grateful to the National Science Foundation (DUE 9652877) and the Fund for the Improvement of Post Secondary Education (FIPSE grants 116B70186 and 116B000300)for funding for this project. Additional support has been provided by The University of Maine and the City College of New York
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65. Welcome To The New Model Course In Applied Quantum Physics
A New Model Course in Applied quantum physics EF Redish, RN Steinberg, MC Wittmann. A New Model Course in Applied quantum physics.
A New Model Course in Applied Quantum Physics
E.F. Redish, R.N. Steinberg, M.C. Wittmann
A New Model Course in
Applied Quantum Physics
A set of instructor resources for
introductory modern physics and quantum mechanics
Welcome to the web-based version of A New Model Course in Applied Quantum Physics The materials in this web site are not intended to be a stand-alone course but rather a set of resources for instructors of introductory quantum mechanics and modern physics. Information on understanding how students learn the physics and materials for use in the classroom are included. If you are interested in pilot testing any of these materials, please contact us. At no cost to you, we will give you
  • a CD containing the materials,
  • logistic support, and
  • other important information and materials.
In exchange, we ask you to give us feedback. Please contact Richard Steinberg if you would like to receive a CD. Some of the links within this site refer to other locations on the WWW. These are noted with a (WWW). Some of the materials on this site are password protected, but the password is available upon request from Michael Wittmann
The materials here are in preliminary form and subject to change.

66. Old Ftp
Adriano Barenco quantum physics and Computers Contemporary Physics, vol. 37, No. 5, pp357389 (1996). Reprint available upon request
Papers available on the Oxford Archive
These are our papers available from our ftp site. Most of this work can also be retrieved efficiently from the xxx service at Los Alamos or on one of the mirror sites Several other articles are available via our postal service

67. Wired News: Quantum Physics Meets The Qubit
Advertisement. quantum physics Meets the Qubit. by Mark K. Anderson Also by this reporter Page 1 of 1. 0200 AM Jan. 09, 2001 PT.,1282,40968,00.html
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68. The Matrix And Quantum Consciousness
Detailed analysis of the film's ideas, utilizing explanations from the fields of quantum physics and artificial intelligence.
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The Matrix and Quantum Consciousness
In the 1999 movie The Ma tr ix and the book The Art of The Matrix (Newmarket 2000) most of the Humans on Earth are cultivated by Machine/Computer Life Forms If Humans have a 100 year life span, you would have to grow 5 x 10^7 = 50 million Humans per year in order to maintain a steady population of 5 x 10^9 = 5 billion Humans. If it takes 10 years to grow a Human until the Brain is Mature, the total number of immature Humans being grown at any particular time would be 500 million. If each Human has a 10 meter square area, or 100 square meters, the total Farm area would be 10^2 x 5 x 10^8 = 5 x 10^10 square meters, the area of a square about 2 x 10^5 meters on a side. The Farm would fit in a square about 200 kilometers on a side After being grown to have a Mature Brain , each Human is put in a Pod connected to a huge Matrix Network.

69. Grains Of Mystique
If you wanted a simple tutorial , an introduction to quantum physics without all the hassles of mathematics (essential though it may be to physicists and
Back to FAQS.ORG homepage Grains of Mystique Most of you will have heard the word quantum , and often wondered what it means, or what its significance is. Of course, there are lots of books available on this matter, complete with equations and rigorous derivations. If you wanted a simple 'tutorial', an introduction to quantum physics without all the hassles of mathematics (essential though it may be to physicists and researchers), then read on. In order to understand the concepts successfully, a knowledge of elementary physics is a prerequisite. Footnotes act as a revision, if your memory of secondary school sciences has faded! This work has been scrutinised by the members of the USENET newsgroup sci.physics.relativity , and we thank them for their review and useful suggestions. Grains of Mystique: Quantum Physics for the Layman Open Publication License , as described at

70. What Are Parallel Universes?
Recent discoveries in quantum physics and in cosmology shed new light on how mind interacts with matter.
What are Parallel Universes?
Recent discoveries in quantum physics (the study of the physics of sub-atomic particles) and in cosmology (the branch of astronomy and astrophysics that deals with the universe taken as a whole) shed new light on how mind interacts with matter. These discoveries compel acceptance of the idea that there is far more than just one universe and that we constantly interact with many of these “hidden” universes. What is needed is a resource that explains in understandable, non-mathematical terms everything from the big bang hypothesis to morphogenetic fields to Bell's Theorem to the Aspect experiment. Such a resource now exists. Click here to continue

71. Physics Encyclopedia: Quantum Physics - General
This page contains structured educational resources on quantum physics, including QM interpretations and various quantum phenomena. quantum physics General.
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Other Quantum pages Quantum Theory - basic tutorials Introductory Quantum Physics - very introductory lectures: Bohr atom, particle-wave duality etc. and the same in a bit more technical language
Advanced topics Measurement in QM FAQ - by Paul Budnik.
'H is for h-bar'
- a quantum dictionary; not complete but has some interesting discussions
Quantum Reality - Ground and Interpretations Introductory Interpretations of QM - a slide show
Advanced topics Copenhagen interpretation - the original Bohr's interpretation of QM
Quantum Theory without observers
- an online paper by Sh. Goldstein and its critics
Transactional Interpretation of QM
- a paper by J. Cramer Everett FAQ - Many Worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics Quantum Phenomena Introductory Quantum Teleportation - in simple words EPR and Bell's inequality - an authoritative introduction Casimir force - briefly Fractional Hall effect - the Nobel winning research Advanced topics Quantum Hall effect - by Y. Qui.

72. July 2004
Advanced Study Institute. NANOSCOPIC quantum physics PHYSIQUE QUANTIQUE NANOSCOPIQUE June 28 July 30, 2004. Scientific Direction
L es Houches Summer School - Session LXXXI
Marie Curie Training course of the European Union
NATO Advanced Study Institute
June 28- July 30, 2004
Scientific Direction:

  • Yuval Gefen, Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, 76000 Israel
  • Gilles Montambaux, Laboratoire de Physique des Solides, 91405 Orsay, France
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Registrations: Applications must reach the School before March 6, 2004 in order to be considered by the selection committee. The full cost per participant, including housing, meals and the lectures book, is 1600 euros. Thanks to financial support by various funding agencies, a contribution of only 900 euros/participant is requested. Additional grants will be available.
You can download registration forms here (format: A4 pdf rtf ; US Letter pdf rtf
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73. Quantum Physics, Depth Psychology, And Beyond By Thomas J. McFarlane
quantum physics, Depth Psychology, and Beyond. Thomas J. McFarlane February 26, 2000 revised June 21, 2000. quantum physics.
Quantum Physics,
Depth Psychology,
and Beyond
Thomas J. McFarlane

February 26, 2000
revised June 21, 2000 ABSTRACT: This paper begins with a review of developments in the modern Western worldview, especially as they relate to the relationships between psyche and matter, with particular emphasis on certain trends in psychology and physics in the early 20th century. Next the paper discusses several ideas relating to the connection between psyche and matter, especially those related to Jungian depth psychology and quantum physics. The paper concludes with some thoughts on how the unity of psyche and matter suggested by these ideas might provide a framework for an integrated understanding of both the inner and outer realms of experience.
If a union is to take place between opposites like spirit and matter, conscious and unconscious, bright and dark, and so on, it will happen in a third thing, which represents not a compromise but something new. - C. G. Jung

74. Quantum Physics Centennial Symposium Home Page

75. Quantum Physics Model
quantum physics Model. Links. There are many alternative explanations for physics. The quantum physics Model is just one of many available today.
The Quantum Physics Model is a new and mathematically correct system of physics. The precisely measured constants characterizing the Standard Model are for the most part unchanged in the Quantum Physics Model. The Quantum Physics Model offers new insights into the mechanics and electromagnetics of the subatomic realm. A central concept of the Quantum Physics Model is the space surrounding physical matter is active and dynamic , contributing to the existence of subatomic particle angular momentum. This dynamic aspect of space is mathematically represented through Coulomb's Constant and the gravitational constant . The unit of quantum space is the rotating magnetic field rmfd Coulomb's constant is shown to be composed of the speed of light, permeability, permittivity and conductance. The quality of conductance was previously missed by physicists during the past 150 years but is essential for understanding the Unified Force Theory, which the Quantum Physics Model produces. The Unified Force Theory is actually a Unified Charge Theory, as it is shown there are two kinds of charge , electrostatic charge and electromagnetic charge. Electromagnetic charge is, in fact, the strong nuclear force that binds subatomic particles into atoms. The weak nuclear force is shown to be a proportion of electrostatic charge to electromagnetic charge.

76. Quantum Physics - Under Construction
quantum physics. this section is still under construction.
Quantum Physics
this section is still under construction Quantum Physics
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77. Quantum Optics And Atom Optics Links
Los Alamos quantum physics preprint archive (Los Alamos, USA); Los Alamos Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics preprint archive (Los Alamos, USA);
Quantum Optics and Atom Optics links
can now also be reached by typing the URL
Australian site
German Mirror Page ...
(Thanks to Peter Marzlin for setting up the German Mirror page)
All comments, suggestions, and quantum optics or atom optics links to be added are welcome. Please email Dien Rice (to Thanks to all who have contributed! If you know the correct URLs for any of the broken links below, please email me the corrections.
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Last updated: December 23, 2002
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78. The Physical World - Quantum Physics: An Introduction
quantum physics an introduction. Titles in the Physical World series The Restless universe. quantum physics an introduction. quantum physics of matter.
Quantum physics: an introduction Titles in the Physical World series The Restless universe Describing motion Predicting motion Classical physics of matter ... Quantum physics of matter J. Manners
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Quantum physics: an introduction Quantum physics: an introduction is in a series of books which along with interactive multimedia, is used in the Open University course The Physical World . Each book combines richly illustrated text with questions (and answers) for self-assesment, and is ideally suited for students working independently.
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79. LPQ - Quantum Physics Laboratory - ESPCI - CNRS
quantum physics.
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L'unité UPR5 du CNRS, Laboratoire de spectroscopie en lumière polarisée Laboratoire Systèmes Interfaciaux à l’ Echelle Nanométrique de l'Université Pierre et Marie Curie , CNRS n° 7142
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17 FUNDAMENTAL ASPECTS OF quantum physics Proceedings of the JapanItaly Joint Workshop on Quantum Open Systems, Quantum Chaos and Quantum Measurement Waseda
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Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan 27 - 29 September 2001
edited by Luigi Accardi (University of Roma II, Italy) (Waseda University, Japan)
This volume includes new topics such as the stochastic limit approach to nonequilibrium states, a new algebraic approach to relativistic nonequilibrium local states, classical and quantum features of weak chaos, transports in quantum billiards, the Welcher–Weg puzzle with a decaying atom, and the topics related to the quantum Zeno effect.
  • Quantum Open Systems:
  • Onsager Relation with the "Slow" Degrees of the Field in the White Noise Equation Based on Stochastic Limit (L Accardi et al.)
  • Non-Equilibrium Local States in Relativistic Quantum Field Theory (I Ojima)
  • Quantum Chaos:
  • Weak Chaos: Classical and Quantum Features (R Artuso)
  • Quantum Transport in Quantum Billiards: From Kelvin through Arnold (K Nakamura)
  • On Quantum-Classical Correspondence and Chaos Degree for Baker's Map (K Inoue et al.)

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