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Einstein: General Relativity

Albert Einstein may have been the genius among physicists, but like all others before his time, he stood on the shoulders of giants. Einstein did not propose that the sun was the center of the solar system; that idea was … Continue reading

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Newton’s Laws of Motion

It’s said that Sir Isaac Newton was sitting under an apple tree when an apple fell on his head, and that’s when all his discoveries began. Personally, I doubt that story—just as I doubt that Galileo Galilei ever dropped iron and … Continue reading

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What Matters?

I really hated to leave you guys hanging on the posts for last week. So I decided to offer you a little treat—the chemistry post that I wasn’t able to finish on time for its intended date on February 15th. The simplest approach to chemistry … Continue reading

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