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Quantum Physics -- or -- Physics Revisited
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227Random thoughts on the beginning of the universe. I was thinking about the neceTigerPaw-July 17
226"If, in some cataclysm, all of scientific knowledge were to be destroyed, aStan-10/10/2020
225The day Professor Feynman, in responding to his muse, worked out spontaneous emiStan29/1/2020
224What confuses a physicist? (direct link - 3 1/2 minutes) [youtube vStan-8/5/2020
223Does Time Really Flow? New Clues Come From a Century-Old Approach to Math. TherTigerPaw-4/13/2020
222God remains mysterious, as He should.Carolyn-11/23/2019
221But I believe there is SO much we cannot even begin to know. That much is true.TimF-11/23/2019
220It's a start. Maybe false. But I believe there is SO much we cannot even begCarolyn-11/23/2019
219rather preliminary and uncertain right now it would seemTimF-11/23/2019
218Fifth force of Nature?
217Arrow of time H/T VenditCarolyn-2/18/2014
216Theory proving life after death
215Bizare Theory Suggests Time May Be Running Out Time may literally be running outbancroft-7/28/2009
214Tossing a coin in the microcosm 13.07.2009 Bonn physicists take first step towarJayPC-7/13/2009
213click the photos to get to the revealing text darkmission.netclutterer-1/11/2009
212John, I went to Amazon to buy a book, signed in, and up popped this book as a reCarolyn-1/25/2008
210Depends on your degree of numeracy? :-)Lazarus_Long-4/12/2005
209 1 in 15,600. (24*25*26) = 15,600. Our answers are the same but I think its TimF-4/12/2005
208<i>Pick 3 letters at random from a bag of 26 (all the letters of the alphaLazarus_Long-4/12/2005
207<i>So you would need to adjust the probability of occurrence from 1/26 to JayPC-2/7/2005
206One thing to consider is that the distribution of letters in names is not uniforAllan C.-2/5/2005
205Britney's Guide to Semiconductor Physics britneyspears.acTigerPaw-2/5/2005
204Quantum physics in plain english. Link to excellent article. John physics.bu.ejficquette-2/5/2005
203<i>the initials of a single boyfriend's name and assumed there was no TigerPaw-2/5/2005
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