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Top 10 Most Cited Physics Papers

Top 10 Most Cited Physics Papers

| May 3, 2014 |

About a year ago I wrote a post on some of the most important historic physics papers. This included such revolutionary papers as Einstein’s initial paper on special relativity, the paper, which introduced the idea of quantum entanglement, the big paper by Hawking on black holes and a few others. All of these papers are […]

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Top 5 Free Book Lists for Programmers

Top 5 Free Book Lists for Programmers

| March 4, 2014 |

So it seems like a good time to share some free books with the folk on the internet. This time we have something great for all the programmers and computer scientists out there. It’s a list of 5 great links to huge lists of free programming/computer science books. In the near future I’ll grab most […]

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Some Amazing Science Android Apps That You Should Try Out

Some Amazing Science Android Apps That You Should Try Out

| January 20, 2014 |

Let’s be honest, despite the short battery life and a tendency to break apart, smartphones are amazing. And perhaps the coolest part about these small handheld computers is a huge selection of free apps. So let’s take a look at some amazing free science and physics apps that you should definitely try out. Mobento  Mobento […]

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The Ultimate Richard Feynman Collection

The Ultimate Richard Feynman Collection

| December 29, 2013 |

Richard Phillips Feynman was an American theoretical physicists who is widely considered as one of the greatest physicists of the 20th century. He is mostly known for his work on the path integral formulation of quantum mechanics and the theory of quantum electrodynamics. Besides his well known work in physics, Feynman worked on the development of the first atomic bomb […]

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Some Useful Gift Ideas for Science Nerds

Some Useful Gift Ideas for Science Nerds

| December 19, 2013 |

So Christmas time is upon us again and, let’s be honest, it’s a wonderful time, but choosing the right gifts can be a bit of a headache. And since last year a similar compilation of gifts turned to be really popular, let’s take a look at some great gifts that every nerd would love. As we […]

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Free Book Update: A Treat for Programmers

Free Book Update: A Treat for Programmers

| December 14, 2013 |

It’s seems like a good time to update the free books section. Topic of the week — programming books. This includes free books on C++, Java, Python and a few other books on using Matlab. Most of the books are geared towards beginners, but I’ve also added a few more advanced titles. C++ C++ Language […]

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10 Great Links for Learning Special Relativity

10 Great Links for Learning Special Relativity

| November 18, 2013 |

A previous article on free physics links for learning general relativity turned out to be quite popular, so I decided to find 10 free links for special relativity as well. Here are 10 links to various lecture notes, books and video lectures. Enjoy! 1. Special Relativity by Leonard Susskind Here we have another great course […]

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Best Science Links for Students

Best Science Links for Students

| October 3, 2013 |

Besides many great free textbooks that you can find online, the internet offers a variety of free science tutorials, videos and other resources. These are great to study individually or to assist you during revision. So today let’s take a look at some of the best links for science students. The Physics Classroom The Physics […]

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