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Watered Down Physics

By Alan Reifman, Non-Physicist.

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Posts per year
Year starting Posts
2016 4
2017 4
2018 4
2019 6
2020 1
2021 2
2022 4
2023 2
2024 0

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Most recent posts

Book Review: "The Pope of Physics"
The Pope of Physics is a 2016 biography of Enrico Fermi (1901-1954), written by Gino Segre and Bettina Hoerlin. Segre's uncle Emilio was a student of Fermi's in Rome, whereas Hoerlin's father knew Fermi from …
On , by alan, 867 words
Vox Explains Henrietta Leavitt's 1908 Discovery of How to Measure Distances to Stars and Galaxies
Vox provides a very clear explanation of Henrietta Leavitt's 1908 discovery that allows us to estimate the distance to stars and galaxies. The book Einstein's Greatest Mistake (which I previously reviewed here) also discusses Leavitt's …
On , by alan, 132 words
2022 Nobel Physics Prize to Quantum Entanglement Researchers
The 2022 Nobel Prize in physics has been awarded to three researchers for their work in quantum entanglement and its applications. This posting from Daily Kos features a compilation of links, explanations, video tutorials, and …
On , by alan, 65 words