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  1. Quantum Mechanics with Basic Field Theory by Bipin R. Desai, 2009-12-21
  2. Introducing Quantum Theory: A Graphic Guide to Science's Most Puzzling Discovery by J.P. McEvoy, Oscar Zarate, 2003-10-14
  3. The Body Quantum: The New Physics of Body, Mind and Health by Fred Alan Wolf, 1986-12
  4. The Feynman Lectures on Physics, Vol. 1: Mainly Mechanics, Radiation, and Heat by Richard P. Feynman, Robert B. Leighton, et all 2005-07-29
  5. Transcending the Speed of Light: Consciousness, Quantum Physics, and the Fifth Dimension by Marc Seifer Ph.D., 2008-08-13
  6. Philosophical Problems of Quantum Physics by Werner Heisenberg, 1979-06
  7. The Cosmic Code: Quantum Physics as the Language of Nature by Heinz R. Pagels, 1984-04-01
  8. Evolution of Physics by Albert Einstein, Leopold Infeld, 1967-10-30
  9. In Search of Schrödinger's Cat: Quantum Physics and Reality by John Gribbin, 1984-08-01
  10. Quantum Physics: A Fundamental Approach to Modern Physics by John Townsend, 2009-08-07
  11. Quantum Mechanics and Path Integrals: Emended Edition (Dover Books on Physics) by Richard P. Feynman, Albert R. Hibbs, et all 2010-07-21
  12. Introductory Quantum Physics and Relativity by Vlatko Vedral, Jacob Dunningham, 2010-11-22
  13. The Quantum Ten: A Story of Passion, Tragedy, Ambition, and Science by Sheilla Jones, 2008-05-28
  14. Physlet(R) Quantum Physics: An Interactive Introduction by Mario Belloni, Wolfgang Christian, et all 2005-08-05

41. Quantum Physics
Quantum Physics No doubt the secular humanists among you are already pissed off by this article, just because of its placement under the header of religion.
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No doubt the secular humanists among you are already pissed off by this article, just because of its placement under the header of religion. But what other classification is possible for a set of beliefs that can never be verified by direct observation? In which direct observation automatically negates the validity of the observation? In which invisible forces run counter to Newton's laws of thermodynamics, allowing for everything from time travel to bilocation to teleportation to free energy (also known as zero-point extraction)? OK, OK, OK. It's probably unfair to classify quantum physics as religion. (Probably not, but let's just pretend it is to appease the secular humanists. Wink, wink.) The 20th Century played host to the most amazing set of discoveries and reversals in the history of science. What was once thought to be a world of too, too solid flesh instead melted into a miasma of multiple possibilities, solidified probabilities and verifiable impossibilities. 17th century scientist Isaac Newton had defined a world view of strictly verifiable laws, everything in its place and most things definable by a series of junior high school-level math equations. Despite the fact that he spent the better part of his life obsessed with the now completely discredited "science" of alchemy, Newton defined the parameters of existence for virtually every Western scientist for 200 years.

42. Dr. IITAKA'S Home Page
Research on computational physics, quantum physics, earth sciences and mineralogy as well as links to other physics sites.

43. Quantum Physics News provides the latest news on quantum physics, wave particle duality, quantum theory, quantum mechanics, quantum entanglement, quantum teleportation, and quantum
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Physics Quantum Physics ( An international team of physicists, including a scientist based at The University of Queensland, has recently closed an additional 'loophole' in a test explaining one of science's strangest phenomena ...
Quantum computers may be much easier to build than previously thought: study
Physics Quantum Physics Quantum computers should be much easier to build than previously thought, because they can still work with a large number of faulty or even missing components, according to a study published today in Physical Re ...
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Physics Quantum Physics Researchers from the Niels Bohr Institute at the University of Copenhagen have succeeded in storing quantum information using two 'entangled' light beams. Quantum memory or information storage is a necessary ...

44. Quantum Science Philippines
Blog by Filipino students sharing their problems, solution sets, native ideas and interpretations on quantum physics.
Lotis R. Racines and Edwin B. Fabillar In quantum mechanics, relativistic correction to the energy levels of a system is used when it is introduced by a little disturbance we often recognized as . Fine structure is an example of this where the splitting of spectral lines of atoms is due to its first-order relativistic corrections. Here is an example of finding the first-order relativistic corrections of a given system. Our task is to find the lowest-order relativistic corrections to the energy levels of the one-dimensional harmonic oscillator. Start: where and So, with Substituting this, we get We now introduce the ladder operators. That is, Using these, we could then derive Note that only equal numbers of  raising and lowering operators will survive. By eq’n 2.66, Going back to to get Thus, the lowest-order relativistic correction of one-dimensional harmonic oscillator is Share and Enjoy: These icons link to social bookmarking sites where readers can share and discover new web pages. Posted in Quantum Science Philippines

45. Quantum Physics
You are viewing the html version of Simple Nature, by Benjamin Crowell. This version is only designed for casual browsing, and may have some formatting problems.
You are viewing the html version of Simple Nature , by Benjamin Crowell. This version is only designed for casual browsing, and may have some formatting problems. For serious reading, you want the printer-friendly Adobe Acrobat version Table of Contents (c) 1998-2009 Benjamin Crowell, licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license . Photo credits are given at the end of the Adobe Acrobat version. Contents
Section 13.1 - Rules of Randomness

Section 13.2 - Light As a Particle

Section 13.3 - Matter As a Wave

Section 13.4 - The Atom
Chapter 13. Quantum Physics
13.1 Rules of Randomness
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48. Objective World Of Physics
Presents and reviews relativity theory, quantum physics, and cosmological concepts, introducing a new view of the speed of light as a variable. By Tom Besmer.
Objective World of Physics WEB Page of Tom Besmer This WEB site originated around the year 2000. A new WEB site named A Relativity Challenge was completed in September 2009. It expands and updates the articles. New Concept.htm It is case sensitive. On this site are found articles that deal with physics review and the development of a new energy concept. Reviewed are: Einstein's works, Newton's works, Maxwell's works, Gravitational Force Field (GFF), Electromagnetic radiation, Cosmology, Quantum Physics, and the Speed of Light and developed are: a new energy concept, Frequency shifts and the Speed of light as a function of wavelength and media (GFF). Modern day technology has been a process. e.g . The vacuum tube came before the transistor, the transistor is the precursor to the latest in integrated circuits, and Einstein's works were initiated because he thought that there was a discrepancy between the works of Newton and Maxwell etc. Einstein, an intellectual giant, has been voted man of the century. One aspect of his Special Theory of Relativity led to the famous E = mc . He won the Nobel Prize for explaining the photo-electric effect. The papers of this site do not deny any of Einstein's accomplishments. They do however question one of his postulates "The speed of light is a universal constant, relative to nothing". A new energy concept is derived, developed, and introduced. It expands the present day concept of the speed of light. It turns out that the General Theory of Relativity is unnecessary if the time and distance measurements of the Special Theory of Relativity become objective and real. This is true if it can be demonstrated that the speed of light is not a universal constant, an initial condition. Its value varies as function of media and is relative to any movement of the measuring device.

49. Quantum Physics
An introduction into Quantum physics Impressum/Contact About me Quantum physics Welcome to the homepage of quantum physics.

50. Special And General Relativity Analogies
Online book by Bob Ticer challenging the consistency of theories in modern physics with regard to gravity, special relativity, general relativity and quantum physics. and General Relativity Analogies.pdf

51. Quantum Physics
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In physics, action at a distance is the interaction of two objects which are separated in space with no known mediator of the interaction. This term was used most often with early theories of

53. Quantum Physics: Information From
quantum physics the branch of physics based on quantum theory

54. Quantum Physics
A qualitative description of the key aspects, including Heisenburg s Uncertainty Principle, wave-particle duality and related theories.

55. Quantum Physics And Physics News From Scientific American
Find the latest Quantum Physics articles, news, and information from the astrophysics experts at Scientific American

56. Grains Of Mystique
A primer for the non-professional interested in learning about the principles of quantum physics without all the math.
Back to FAQS.ORG homepage Grains of Mystique Most of you will have heard the word quantum , and often wondered what it means, or what its significance is. Of course, there are lots of books available on this matter, complete with equations and rigorous derivations. If you wanted a simple 'tutorial', an introduction to quantum physics without all the hassles of mathematics (essential though it may be to physicists and researchers), then read on. In order to understand the concepts successfully, a knowledge of elementary physics is a prerequisite. Footnotes act as a revision, if your memory of secondary school sciences has faded! This work has been scrutinised by the members of the USENET newsgroup sci.physics.relativity , and we thank them for their review and useful suggestions. Grains of Mystique: Quantum Physics for the Layman Open Publication License , as described at

57. Quantum Physics
A collection of research papers on quantum mechanics quant-ph
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58. Introduction To Particle Physics: Menu
Atoms to quarks, quantum physics, the big bang, and newer theories about matter.
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59. Personal And Historical Perspectives Of Hans Bethe
In 1999, theoretical physicist Hans Bethe delivered three lectures on quantum theory to his neighbors at the Kendal of Ithaca retirement community (near Cornell University
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60. Sfb 288 Preprints Archive
Sfb 288 Differential Geometry and Quantum Physics.
Home About Us Research People ... Impressum Sfb 288 Differential Geometry and Quantum Physics Preprints Archive Have a look at the description on how to deposit Sfb 288 preprints on the web server. The preprints are arranged in approximate chronological order, and numbered from 1 upwards. Some postscript files are not available, particularly for the early preprints. You can also search in the preprint database. Some recent arrivals: F. Leitner:
A note on twistor spinors with zeros in Lorentzian geometry (64 kB)
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Sp(n)U(1)-connections with parallel totally skew-symmetric torsion. (208 kB)
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