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This panel of scientists and writers addresses the quest for a 'Theory of Everything' that could explain how the universe began. Are we on the verge of that holy grail of science, a single theory that explains everything...
Students can find the world of college physics difficult at times, and it's always good to have a wide range of instructional materials on hand in case they need them. The University of Tennessee's Physics Department has...
This radio broadcast discusses the prospects for a Theory of Everything, why we need one, how we might achieve one, and what it would mean if we did. At the end of the last century, some scientists were predicting that...
These PDF files are Illustrated Lectures from his Earth history class (entitled introductory biology). The PDF files contain a lot of projection-ready graphics that may be useful in introductory Earth Science lectures....
This resource covers the size and scale of Solar System objects, such as the masses, densities, and relative radii of the sun and planets; revolution and rotation of the planets; conservation of angular momentum;...
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