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  • Robert Betts Laughlin (born November 1, 1950) is a professor of Physics and Applied Physics at Stanford University. Along with Horst L. Störmer of Columbia
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  • Philosophical magazine: a journal of theoretical, experimental and applied physics, Volume 68, 31st August 1826. When a system is brought before the
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  • study mathematical theory before simple arithmetic; theoretical physics before applied physics; anatomy, you might say, before you can walk. I feel that if
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  • know the distaste that many mathematicians have for final causes applied to physics, a distaste that I share up to some point. I admit, it is risky to
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  • It is a fundamental branch of physics that provides the underlying mathematical framework for many fields of physics and chemistry. Quantum mechanics
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  • Physician (category Physics)
    physiology, diseases and treatment — the science of medicine — and its applied practice — the art or craft of medicine. For we are not all equally afflicted
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  • As quoted in "The Uncertainty Principle" at the American Institute of Physics Light and matter are both single entities, and the apparent duality arises
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  • variance with the trend towards meeting the needs of navigation, astronomy, physics, economics, engineering, and so on. Proof is the idol before whom the
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  • nuclear physicist from New Zealand. He was known as the "father" of nuclear physics. He pioneered the orbital theory of the atom based upon his discovery of
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  • Atom (category Physics)
    if just a little imagination and thinking are applied. Richard Feynman, The Feynman Lectures on Physics (1963) "But what if we could see them?" "We
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  • the terms actually applied in modern physics. What the final method of observation must see in the production of "background physics" through the unconscious
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  • Chown recalled the note as: "Ignore your son's attempts to teach you physics. Physics is not the most important thing, love is." We always have had … a
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  • A History of Physics in its Elementary Branches including the Evolution of Physical Laboratories by Florian Cajori was first published in 1899. It was
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  • about computers -- and it's not about computers in the same sense that physics is not really about particle accelerators, and biology is not about microscopes
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  • was far too difficult a subject. With some reluctance, I then turned to physics as a substitute. Duane F. Marble, Professor of Geography, posted this on
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  • Mechanics (category Physics)
    what is now known as classical mechanics. It is a branch of classical physics that deals with particles that are either at rest or are moving with velocities
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  • through one door, causality walked out through another. James Jeans, in Physics and Philosophy (1942) The complete closed world consists of three parts-substratum
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  • a British theoretical physicist and a founder of the field of quantum physics. If we are honest — and scientists have
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  • Cornelius Lanczos, Applied Analysis, Prentice-Hall, 1956. There is no branch of mathematics, however abstract, which may not some day be applied to phenomena
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  • theories of relativity and contributed in other areas of physics. He won the Nobel Prize in physics for his explanation of the photoelectric effect. See also
    349 KB (51,589 words) - 09:31, 27 May 2016

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