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Physics Book Review - Learn More About Light and Holography

There is more to light that meets the eye, but it is exactly that which meets the eye which intrigues us the most. Welcome to the science of holography, spectral...

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Bennie N Winter

Critique of Sir William Bragg's Book: Concerning The Nature Of Atoms

Bragg describes a Universe entirely consisted of atoms, in both gaseous and compound state, and where: combination takes place, and something in the atom itself...

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Lance Winslow

There is more to light that meets the eye, but it is exactly that which meets the eye which intrigues us the most. Welcome to the science of holography, spectral imaging, and holographic projection.

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Physics l May 10, 2011
Bennie N Winter

Bragg describes a Universe entirely consisted of atoms, in both gaseous and compound state, and where: combination takes place, and something in the atom itself maintains it when conditions are

By: Bennie N Winter l Book Reviews > Physics l Apr 18, 2011
Bennie N Winter

When the question arose as how best to celebrate Einstein's centenary, the author answered: "Let's make relativity plain." Forthwith, the celebrated author responded to write Einstein's Universe --

By: Bennie N Winter l Book Reviews > Physics l Apr 18, 2011
Lance Winslow

Physics is one of the most fascinating subjects and yet so few people have really ever considered it all. That's too bad, because if we are beings who value knowledge, then we are mostly missing out.

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Physics l Apr 18, 2011
Lance Winslow

Plasma has been called magic, it's been called the fourth state of matter, well, come to think of it, it's been called a lot of things hasn't it. As our scientists progress and as humans travel to

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Physics l Apr 18, 2011
Lance Winslow

Have you ever wondered how the great researchers, explorers, and scientists achieved all they had in the past? Perhaps, a glimpse into the more recent past period and present period would suffice.

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Physics l Apr 12, 2011
Lance Winslow

Understanding space time physics isn't easy, but understanding the basic theories that scientists now believe paint the most realistic picture isn't that hard to comprehend. It just takes the

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Physics l Apr 12, 2011
Bennie N Winter

This critique centers on the life of a remarkable woman: praised as a precocious child, excelling student, pioneering crystallographer and King's College physicist of no small repute. We owe much to

By: Bennie N Winter l Book Reviews > Physics l Apr 07, 2011
Bennie N Winter

In this science-physics anthology, Richard P. Brennan chronicles the lives, times, and ideas of twentieth century's Great Physicists. In preface, he commends extraordinary principals who made great

By: Bennie N Winter l Book Reviews > Physics l Apr 04, 2011
Bennie N Winter

Citing our declining culture and increasing welfare mentality, Rifkin parallels world economies with decline of the great Roman Empire, failing from an increased energy output to satisfy a reduced

By: Bennie N Winter l Book Reviews > Physics l Apr 02, 2011
Bennie N Winter

The author describes mankind's inherency as a desire to hold political, religious, and industrial might over others. Regarding man's origins and potential, he limits Homo Sapiens genesis to a

By: Bennie N Winter l Book Reviews > Physics l Apr 01, 2011
Bennie N Winter

The author relates a most fundamental habit of atoms: to interact, share particles, and combine into meaningful purpose. For those who might know little about the very start of life, unaware to the

By: Bennie N Winter l Book Reviews > Physics l Mar 31, 2011
Bennie N Winter

With considerable research to his credit and employing contribution from twenty-three other physicists eminent in their particular fields, and together with one hundred-eighteen bibliographic gems,

By: Bennie N Winter l Book Reviews > Physics l Mar 15, 2011
Bennie N Winter

Most of us take everything for granted: thinking the world just is as we observe it! However, there is an unseen world, minuscule, industrious, and intelligent. If readers quest for the latest in

By: Bennie N Winter l Book Reviews > Physics l Mar 12, 2011
Bennie N Winter

Amdahl begins his introduction by suggesting there are people in this world who honestly believe they understand electricity... yet, they can no more explain the inner workings of electrical

By: Bennie N Winter l Book Reviews > Physics l Mar 12, 2011
Bennie N Winter

How small is small? Ten million atoms in a row stretch less than one-tenth of an inch. In his first Chapter, "Beneath the Surface of Things," on the first page, we are introduced to Lilliputian

By: Bennie N Winter l Book Reviews > Physics l Mar 08, 2011
Bennie N Winter

Pushing Quantum Mechanics and Relativity to probability limits, Hawking envisions a progression 'From The Big Bang To Black Holes.' He explores matter origins, energy excitation, particle dualism,

By: Bennie N Winter l Book Reviews > Physics l Feb 28, 2011
Bennie N Winter

The authors cite both a physics and metaphysics viewpoint. Yet, physics excellence does not guarantee metaphysics expertise. Only syllogistic reasoning, from the God source, can decide rightness or

By: Bennie N Winter l Book Reviews > Physics l Feb 13, 2011
Lance Winslow

Today, we talk about our robotic world as if it is a given, but it didn't happen all by itself. There has been a steady, and recently in ever increasing growth in the science of robotics. Mechanized

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Physics l Feb 11, 2011
Lance Winslow

Indeed, as the coordinator for a think tank I always like to discuss alternative energy solutions with the our various members. You see, I am a free-market capitalist and I am looking for the most

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Physics l Feb 11, 2011
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Lance Winslow

There is more to light that meets the eye, but it is exactly that which meets the eye which intrigues us the most. Welcome to the science of holography, spectral imaging, and holographic projection.

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Physics l May 10, 2011 lViews: 64 lComments: 0
Bennie N Winter

Bragg describes a Universe entirely consisted of atoms, in both gaseous and compound state, and where: combination takes place, and something in the atom itself maintains it when conditions are

By: Bennie N Winter l Book Reviews > Physics l Apr 18, 2011 lViews: 59 lComments: 0
Bennie N Winter

When the question arose as how best to celebrate Einstein's centenary, the author answered: "Let's make relativity plain." Forthwith, the celebrated author responded to write Einstein's Universe --

By: Bennie N Winter l Book Reviews > Physics l Apr 18, 2011 lViews: 56 lComments: 0
Bennie N Winter

With considerable research to his credit and employing contribution from twenty-three other physicists eminent in their particular fields, and together with one hundred-eighteen bibliographic gems,

By: Bennie N Winter l Book Reviews > Physics l Mar 15, 2011 lViews: 53 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

Have you ever wondered how the great researchers, explorers, and scientists achieved all they had in the past? Perhaps, a glimpse into the more recent past period and present period would suffice.

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Physics l Apr 12, 2011 lViews: 51 lComments: 0
Bennie N Winter

This critique centers on the life of a remarkable woman: praised as a precocious child, excelling student, pioneering crystallographer and King's College physicist of no small repute. We owe much to

By: Bennie N Winter l Book Reviews > Physics l Apr 07, 2011 lViews: 50 lComments: 0
Bennie N Winter

Citing our declining culture and increasing welfare mentality, Rifkin parallels world economies with decline of the great Roman Empire, failing from an increased energy output to satisfy a reduced

By: Bennie N Winter l Book Reviews > Physics l Apr 02, 2011 lViews: 50 lComments: 0
Bennie N Winter

The author relates a most fundamental habit of atoms: to interact, share particles, and combine into meaningful purpose. For those who might know little about the very start of life, unaware to the

By: Bennie N Winter l Book Reviews > Physics l Mar 31, 2011 lViews: 46 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

Understanding space time physics isn't easy, but understanding the basic theories that scientists now believe paint the most realistic picture isn't that hard to comprehend. It just takes the

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Physics l Apr 12, 2011 lViews: 46 lComments: 0
Bennie N Winter

The authors cite both a physics and metaphysics viewpoint. Yet, physics excellence does not guarantee metaphysics expertise. Only syllogistic reasoning, from the God source, can decide rightness or

By: Bennie N Winter l Book Reviews > Physics l Feb 13, 2011 lViews: 45 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

Physics is one of the most fascinating subjects and yet so few people have really ever considered it all. That's too bad, because if we are beings who value knowledge, then we are mostly missing out.

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Physics l Apr 18, 2011 lViews: 45 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

Plasma has been called magic, it's been called the fourth state of matter, well, come to think of it, it's been called a lot of things hasn't it. As our scientists progress and as humans travel to

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Physics l Apr 18, 2011 lViews: 45 lComments: 0
Bennie N Winter

In this science-physics anthology, Richard P. Brennan chronicles the lives, times, and ideas of twentieth century's Great Physicists. In preface, he commends extraordinary principals who made great

By: Bennie N Winter l Book Reviews > Physics l Apr 04, 2011 lViews: 43 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

Today, we talk about our robotic world as if it is a given, but it didn't happen all by itself. There has been a steady, and recently in ever increasing growth in the science of robotics. Mechanized

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Physics l Feb 11, 2011 lViews: 39 lComments: 0
Bennie N Winter

Amdahl begins his introduction by suggesting there are people in this world who honestly believe they understand electricity... yet, they can no more explain the inner workings of electrical

By: Bennie N Winter l Book Reviews > Physics l Mar 12, 2011 lViews: 37 lComments: 0
Bennie N Winter

How small is small? Ten million atoms in a row stretch less than one-tenth of an inch. In his first Chapter, "Beneath the Surface of Things," on the first page, we are introduced to Lilliputian

By: Bennie N Winter l Book Reviews > Physics l Mar 08, 2011 lViews: 35 lComments: 0
Bennie N Winter

The author describes mankind's inherency as a desire to hold political, religious, and industrial might over others. Regarding man's origins and potential, he limits Homo Sapiens genesis to a

By: Bennie N Winter l Book Reviews > Physics l Apr 01, 2011 lViews: 34 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

Indeed, as the coordinator for a think tank I always like to discuss alternative energy solutions with the our various members. You see, I am a free-market capitalist and I am looking for the most

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Physics l Feb 11, 2011 lViews: 34 lComments: 0
Adil Wasim

We know that nucleons in nucleus are bound due to the presence of short range nuclear force, also known as strong force which is attractive in nature. Nucleons mean number of protons and neutrons.

By: Adil Wasim l Book Reviews > Physics l Jan 28, 2011 lViews: 34 lComments: 0
Bennie N Winter

Most of us take everything for granted: thinking the world just is as we observe it! However, there is an unseen world, minuscule, industrious, and intelligent. If readers quest for the latest in

By: Bennie N Winter l Book Reviews > Physics l Mar 12, 2011 lViews: 32 lComments: 0
1 2|  
Bennie N Winter

Bragg describes a Universe entirely consisted of atoms, in both gaseous and compound state, and where: combination takes place, and something in the atom itself maintains it when conditions are

By: Bennie N Winter l Book Reviews > Physics l Apr 18, 2011 lViews: 59 lComments: 0
Bennie N Winter

When the question arose as how best to celebrate Einstein's centenary, the author answered: "Let's make relativity plain." Forthwith, the celebrated author responded to write Einstein's Universe --

By: Bennie N Winter l Book Reviews > Physics l Apr 18, 2011 lViews: 56 lComments: 0
Bennie N Winter

This critique centers on the life of a remarkable woman: praised as a precocious child, excelling student, pioneering crystallographer and King's College physicist of no small repute. We owe much to

By: Bennie N Winter l Book Reviews > Physics l Apr 07, 2011 lViews: 50 lComments: 0
Bennie N Winter

In this science-physics anthology, Richard P. Brennan chronicles the lives, times, and ideas of twentieth century's Great Physicists. In preface, he commends extraordinary principals who made great

By: Bennie N Winter l Book Reviews > Physics l Apr 04, 2011 lViews: 43 lComments: 0
Bennie N Winter

The author relates a most fundamental habit of atoms: to interact, share particles, and combine into meaningful purpose. For those who might know little about the very start of life, unaware to the

By: Bennie N Winter l Book Reviews > Physics l Mar 31, 2011 lViews: 46 lComments: 0
Bennie N Winter

Citing our declining culture and increasing welfare mentality, Rifkin parallels world economies with decline of the great Roman Empire, failing from an increased energy output to satisfy a reduced

By: Bennie N Winter l Book Reviews > Physics l Apr 02, 2011 lViews: 50 lComments: 0
Bennie N Winter

The author describes mankind's inherency as a desire to hold political, religious, and industrial might over others. Regarding man's origins and potential, he limits Homo Sapiens genesis to a

By: Bennie N Winter l Book Reviews > Physics l Apr 01, 2011 lViews: 34 lComments: 0
Bennie N Winter

With considerable research to his credit and employing contribution from twenty-three other physicists eminent in their particular fields, and together with one hundred-eighteen bibliographic gems,

By: Bennie N Winter l Book Reviews > Physics l Mar 15, 2011 lViews: 53 lComments: 0
Bennie N Winter

Most of us take everything for granted: thinking the world just is as we observe it! However, there is an unseen world, minuscule, industrious, and intelligent. If readers quest for the latest in

By: Bennie N Winter l Book Reviews > Physics l Mar 12, 2011 lViews: 32 lComments: 0
Bennie N Winter

Amdahl begins his introduction by suggesting there are people in this world who honestly believe they understand electricity... yet, they can no more explain the inner workings of electrical

By: Bennie N Winter l Book Reviews > Physics l Mar 12, 2011 lViews: 37 lComments: 0
Bennie N Winter

How small is small? Ten million atoms in a row stretch less than one-tenth of an inch. In his first Chapter, "Beneath the Surface of Things," on the first page, we are introduced to Lilliputian

By: Bennie N Winter l Book Reviews > Physics l Mar 08, 2011 lViews: 35 lComments: 0
Bennie N Winter

Pushing Quantum Mechanics and Relativity to probability limits, Hawking envisions a progression 'From The Big Bang To Black Holes.' He explores matter origins, energy excitation, particle dualism,

By: Bennie N Winter l Book Reviews > Physics l Feb 28, 2011 lViews: 32 lComments: 0
Bennie N Winter

The authors cite both a physics and metaphysics viewpoint. Yet, physics excellence does not guarantee metaphysics expertise. Only syllogistic reasoning, from the God source, can decide rightness or

By: Bennie N Winter l Book Reviews > Physics l Feb 13, 2011 lViews: 45 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

There is more to light that meets the eye, but it is exactly that which meets the eye which intrigues us the most. Welcome to the science of holography, spectral imaging, and holographic projection.

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Physics l May 10, 2011 lViews: 64 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

Physics is one of the most fascinating subjects and yet so few people have really ever considered it all. That's too bad, because if we are beings who value knowledge, then we are mostly missing out.

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Physics l Apr 18, 2011 lViews: 45 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

Plasma has been called magic, it's been called the fourth state of matter, well, come to think of it, it's been called a lot of things hasn't it. As our scientists progress and as humans travel to

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Physics l Apr 18, 2011 lViews: 45 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

Have you ever wondered how the great researchers, explorers, and scientists achieved all they had in the past? Perhaps, a glimpse into the more recent past period and present period would suffice.

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Physics l Apr 12, 2011 lViews: 51 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

Understanding space time physics isn't easy, but understanding the basic theories that scientists now believe paint the most realistic picture isn't that hard to comprehend. It just takes the

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Physics l Apr 12, 2011 lViews: 46 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

Today, we talk about our robotic world as if it is a given, but it didn't happen all by itself. There has been a steady, and recently in ever increasing growth in the science of robotics. Mechanized

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Physics l Feb 11, 2011 lViews: 39 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

Indeed, as the coordinator for a think tank I always like to discuss alternative energy solutions with the our various members. You see, I am a free-market capitalist and I am looking for the most

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Physics l Feb 11, 2011 lViews: 34 lComments: 0
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