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Magneto mini golf

Play golf with a twist using protons in magnetic fields. Start with simple fields, then move all the way up to golfing in Earth’s magnetic field.

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Columbarian Columbuses - Birds’ magnetic sense

A review of current theories how birds sense magnetic fields that they use to navigate.

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An Introduction to Solid State Many-Body Theory

Aims not to cover the details of many-body theory or solid state physics, but to introduce some basic concepts in both fields at a level suitable for a general audience.

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Quantum Mechanics

Basic theory of quantum mechanics, from origins - photoelectric effect, wave particle duality, via Schrodingers equation to matrix mechanics

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Is The Universe Closed?

Does the theory of relativity imply a closed finite universe? This site tries to explain the theories. Very text heavy!

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What is Gravity Probe B?

Stanford University's website about Gravity Probe B. An experiment to test two unverified theories of Einstein's General Theory of Relativity. Very easy to understand!

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Sir Owen Richardson

Sir Owen Richardson (1879 - 1959) worked on thermionics, photoelectric effects, magnetism, the emission of electrons by chemical action, the theory of electrons, the quantum theory, the spectrum of ...

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Albert Einstein

A detailed site containing information on Albert Einstein's (1879 - 1955) theories including the special theory of relativity and his ideas on gravity warping space time.

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Magnetic Field

Magnetic fields are produced by electric currents, which can be macroscopic currents in wires, or microscopic currents associated with electrons in atomic orbits. The magnetic field B is defined in ...

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Ridiculously Sensitive Charge Detector

Using a Field Effect Transistor (FET) to detect external electric fields. A circuit is built and tested.

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