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25 June 2016

24 June 2016

  • (Move log); 19:31 . . CensoredScribe (talk | contribs) moved page History of non-Euclidean geometry to Non-Euclidean geometry over redirect ‎(It seems odd to have a "history of page" for a topic we don't have an actual page for, (just a redirect to this page), I believe this is the only page which does as such.)
  • (diff | hist) . . History of non-Euclidean geometry‎; 19:25 . . (+338). .CensoredScribe (talk | contribs)(Quotes: Lovecraft)
  • (diff | hist) . . Gravity‎; 18:48 . . (+2,726). .ELApro (talk | contribs)(L - M: MacLaurin, "..Account..": term 'attraction'..Newton's adversaries..unjust handle from his use of this term..some..imagined..a mutual tendency..essential to matter..contrary to inertia & to Newton's impulses of..ætherial medium)
  • (diff | hist) . . Gravity‎; 18:16 . . (+1,587). .ELApro (talk | contribs)(L - M: MacLaurin, "An Account of Sir Isaac Newton's..": causes are very obscure, and hardly accessible..called attraction..nor Newton ever affirm, or insinuate, that a body can act...at a distance, but by the intervention of other bodies)
  • (diff | hist) . . Gravity‎; 17:50 . . (+1,896). .ELApro (talk | contribs)(L - M: Maxwell, "Proceedings of the Royal Institution..": Newton had very early made the attempt to account for gravitation by means of the pressure of a medium)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Gravity‎; 16:50 . . (+8). .ELApro (talk | contribs)(N: minor edit)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Gravity‎; 16:47 . . (+38). .ELApro (talk | contribs)(N: minor edit/links)
  • (diff | hist) . . Gravity‎; 16:39 . . (+1,646). .ELApro (talk | contribs)(N: Newton, "An Hypothesis..", Birch's Hist: æthereal medium..not one uniform matter, but compounded..electric/magnetic effluvia & gravitating principle..argue..variety. nature..is nothing but various contextures condensed)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Gravity‎; 16:08 . . (+1). .ELApro (talk | contribs)(N: minor chron. sort)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Gravity‎; 16:06 . . (+14). .ELApro (talk | contribs)(N: minor edit/dated quote source)
  • (diff | hist) . . Gravity‎; 16:03 . . (+2,464). .ELApro (talk | contribs)(N: Newton AsQBy Rigaud, " Historical Essay on the First..Principia": So may the gravitating attraction of the earth be caused by the continual condensation of some other such like ethereal spirit)
  • (diff | hist) . . Gravity‎; 15:10 . . (+1,230). .ELApro (talk | contribs)(A - C: Cajori, Explanatory Appendix, "Sir Isaac Newton's Mathematical Principles": Newtonian action at a distance is spoken of as "immediate action." Newton, on the other hand, postulates an agent and gives it time to act)
  • (diff | hist) . . Gravity‎; 04:14 . . (+712). .ELApro (talk | contribs)(U - Z: Weyl, "Space—Time—Matter": beyond Reimann..an attempt to derive from world-geometry not only gravitational but..electromagnetic phenomena..no less truth than Einstein's Theory of Gravitation)

23 June 2016

  • (diff | hist) . . Gravity‎; 22:54 . . (+2,213). .ELApro (talk | contribs)(A - C: Cajori, "Sir Isaac Newton's Mathematical Principles": Cotes's Preface interpreted as advocating the theory of "action at a distance" & gravity as an innate property of matter. Newton was no more a believer in innate gravity..than was Descartes)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Gravity‎; 21:53 . . (+7). .ELApro (talk | contribs)(O - T: minor edit source)
  • (diff | hist) . . Gravity‎; 21:51 . . (+1,246). .ELApro (talk | contribs)(O - T: Spencer, "First Principles": supposes one thing to act upon another through a space which is absolutely empty..met by the introduction of a hypothetical fluid..problem re-appears when the constitution of this fluid is inquired into)
  • (diff | hist) . . Gravity‎; 21:14 . . (+1,851). .ELApro (talk | contribs)(D - F: D'Abro, "The Evolution of Scientific Thought": in the special theory..Space-time, with its flat structure, is assumed..this changes when Einstein accounts for gravitation)
  • (diff | hist) . . Gravity‎; 20:58 . . (+2,630). .ELApro (talk | contribs)(D - F: D'Abro "Evolution of Scientific Thought": Clifford..translated Riemann->Clifford space variations->matter..varying non-Euclideanism of continuum was to reveal the..secret of gravitation & perhaps..matter, motion & electricity)
  • (diff | hist) . . Gravity‎; 20:48 . . (+1,792). .ELApro (talk | contribs)(D - F: D'Abro, "The Evolution of Scientific Thought": Riemann's vast number of spaces..Einstein is compelled to appeal to a varying non-Euclideanism of four-dimensional space-time in order to account with extreme simplicity for gravitation)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Gravity‎; 20:27 . . (+3). .ELApro (talk | contribs)(G: minor link edit for negative pressure)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Gravity‎; 19:53 . . (+21). .ELApro (talk | contribs)(D - F: minor link)
  • (diff | hist) . . Gravity‎; 19:45 . . (+315). .ELApro (talk | contribs)
  • (diff | hist) . . Gravity‎; 19:33 . . (+501). .ELApro (talk | contribs)(Quotes: copied from wikiq: "Hawking" "The Beginning of Time": The universe..as it expanded..borrowed energy from the gravitational field, to create matter..the result..was inflation..the debt will not have to be repaid until the end of the universe)
  • (diff | hist) . . Gravity‎; 19:23 . . (+1,315). .ELApro (talk | contribs)(Quotes: Hawking, Newton's Principia in "300 Years of Gravitation": Einstein was able to base General Relativity on .Riemann while Newton had to develop his own mathematical machinery..therefore Newton is the greatest figure in mathematical physics)
  • (diff | hist) . . Gravity‎; 19:09 . . (+1,010). .ELApro (talk | contribs)(Quotes: Trusler, "Dictionary of Burning Words..": Men of the best intellectual abilities are apt to strike off suddenly, like the tangent of a circle, and cannot be brought into their orbits by attraction or gravity)
  • (diff | hist) . . Gravity‎; 18:53 . . (+590). .ELApro (talk | contribs)(Quotes: copied Adams, Speech at Digital Biota 2 quote from "Douglas Adams")
  • (diff | hist) . . m Gravity‎; 18:47 . . (+160). .ELApro (talk | contribs)(Quotes: minor edit)
  • (diff | hist) . . Gravity‎; 18:43 . . (+487). .ELApro (talk | contribs)(Quotes: Greene, "The Elegant Universe": Much as Kaluza found that a universe with five spacetime dimensions provided a framework for unifying electromagnetism & gravity)
  • (diff | hist) . . Gravity‎; 18:39 . . (+704). .ELApro (talk | contribs)(Quotes: Greene, "The Elegant Universe": a physicist studying string theory—even if..unaware of general relativity—would be inexorably led to it)
  • (diff | hist) . . Gravity‎; 18:35 . . (+1,161). .ELApro (talk | contribs)(Quotes: copied Ferris, "The Whole Shebang" quote from "Edward Witten")
  • (diff | hist) . . N Gravity‎; 18:27 . . (+30,019). .ELApro (talk | contribs)(Initiated INCOMPLETE ARTICLE-to be completed)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Bernhard Riemann‎; 17:38 . . (+644). .ELApro (talk | contribs)(Quotes about Bernhard Riemann: copied Kaku, "Hyperspace" quote from "Albert Einstein")
  • (diff | hist) . . Infinity‎; 15:11 . . (+525). .ELApro (talk | contribs)(N: Newton, Letter II, "Four letters from Isaac Newton to Doctor Bentley..": Infinities are neither equal nor unequal, nor have any Proportion one to another..therefore..the Principle that all Infinities are equal, is a precarious one)

22 June 2016

  • (diff | hist) . . Florian Cajori‎; 22:04 . . (+982). .ELApro (talk | contribs)(Quotes about Cajori: Crawford, "Sir Isaac Newton's Mathematical Principles": long cherished..revising Newton's work..his last work; one of the most fitting to crown a life devoted to investigation & to the history of the sciences in his chosen field)
  • (diff | hist) . . History of mathematics‎; 16:39 . . (+1,190). .ELApro (talk | contribs)(C: Cajori, "A History..Conceptions..Limits & Fluxions..": Every epoch in progress preceded by period of preparation/prevision. invention differential/integral calculus..conceptions..long in preparation..a good-sized volume could be written)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Spacetime‎; 15:48 . . (-4). .ELApro (talk | contribs)(Quotes: minor edit)
  • (diff | hist) . . Spacetime‎; 15:47 . . (+493). .ELApro (talk | contribs)(Quotes: Greene, ''The Elegant Universe'' extended: maximum speed through space..if all..motion through time is diverted to ''fastest'' light speed. Thus light does not get old..no passage of time at light speed)
  • (diff | hist) . . Spacetime‎; 15:26 . . (+817). .ELApro (talk | contribs)(Quotes: Greene, The Elegant Universe": Einstein->all objects..are always traveling through spacetime at..speed..of light..clock will tick more slowly moving through space..speed through space is a reflection of how much motion through time is diverted)