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  1. The new physics and its evolution by Lucien Antoine Poincaré, 2010-08-24
  2. Physics For Dummies by Steve Holzner, 2004-11-28
  3. Physics of the Impossible: A Scientific Exploration into the World of Phasers, Force Fields, Teleportation, and Time Travel by Michio Kaku, 2009-04-07
  4. Schaum's Outline of College Physics, 10th edition (Schaum's Outline Series) by Frederick Bueche, Eugene Hecht, 2005-11-15
  5. 3,000 Solved Problems in Physics (Schaum's Solved Problems) (Schaum's Solved Problems Series) by AlvinHalpern, Alvin Halpern, 1988-03-01
  6. Conceptual Physics (11th Edition) by Paul G. Hewitt, 2009-11-05
  7. Physics for Future Presidents: The Science Behind the Headlines by Richard A. Muller, 2009-09-21
  8. Basic Physics: A Self-Teaching Guide (Wiley Self-Teaching Guides) by Karl F. Kuhn, 1996-03
  9. Cracking the SAT Physics Subject Test, 2009-2010 Edition (College Test Preparation) by Princeton Review, 2009-03-10
  10. Quantum Enigma: Physics Encounters Consciousness by Bruce Rosenblum, Fred Kuttner, 2008-06-16
  11. The Cartoon Guide to Physics by Larry Gonick, 1992-02-01
  12. The Tao of Physics: An Exploration of the Parallels between Modern Physics and Eastern Mysticism by Fritjof Capra, 2010-09-14
  13. The Physics of Miracles: Tapping in to the Field of Consciousness Potential by Richard Bartlett, 2010-10-19
  14. 5 Steps to a 5 AP Physics B&C, 2010-2011 Edition (5 Steps to a 5 Ap Physics B & C) by Greg Jacobs, Joshua Schulman, 2009-11-12

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This is the web version of the Usenet Physics FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions). Its purpose is to provide good answers to questions that have been discussed often in sci.physics and related usenet newsgroups. The articles in this FAQ are based on those discussions and on information from good reference sources. That does not mean that they are always perfect and complete. If you have corrections, updates or additional points to make please send an email to the editor, Don Koks (his cv is here ). If you want to write up an article following a news group discussion about a subject not yet covered here then feel free to send it to the editor, but please do not use this address to ask new questions. Ask them in the appropriate newsgroup instead. If you are new to the Physics newsgroups, welcome! Please read the article An Introduction to the Physics Newsgroups . It will help you find the right newsgroup for your questions and will give you other crucial advice about appropriate netiquette for these groups. Above all you should check carefully to see if your questions are answered in this FAQ before posting. This FAQ was created by Scott Chase in 1992. The web version was created, maintained and enlarged by Michael Weiss and Philip Gibbs. Others who have written for the FAQ are credited at the top of the items they submitted while many more who have made smaller contributions have been thanked privately.

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Directory of the Virtual Library, an expertrun catalog of sections of the web Aeronomy, Solar-Terrestrial physics and Chemistry. Beam physics and Accelerator Technology High Energy physics .
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8. Experiment In Physics
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13. Physics Education
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Institute of physics The Institute of physics is a "leading international professional body and learned society with over 37 000 members, which promotes the advancement and dissemination of a

16. Physics Today May 2004
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    physics 2000 The physics 2000 site is being developed at the University of Colorado under the direction of Martin V. Goldman. The site utilizes interactive visual exhibits to relate modern physics

    19. Center For History Of Physics - American Institute Of Physics
    The Center for History of physics at the American Institute of physics has a mission to preserve and make known the history of modern physics and allied

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