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5 Free Astrobiology Books

5 Free Astrobiology Books

| July 13, 2014 | 0 Comments

One of the most exciting fields in the last decade or so has been astrobiology. With an advent of new observational techniques, which enable scientists to find hundreds of exoplanets in distant stellar systems, experts are now asking questions of what those detected planets might look like. This is where astrobiology — a science field […]

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Theoretical Minimum Lectures by Leonard Susskind

Theoretical Minimum Lectures by Leonard Susskind

| June 28, 2014 | 0 Comments

For those looking for good free physics courses online, my best recommendation is Leonard Susskind’s lectures. Susskind’s lectures on a variety of physics topics can be found on YouTube as a part of Stanford University’s open lectures. Besides being a renowned theoretical physicists, Susskind is also known for his easy-to-follow lectures. The problem, ironically, is […]

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Einstein in the Public Domain

Einstein in the Public Domain

| June 8, 2014 | 0 Comments

One of my favorite websites is the great archive.org. It’s basically a collection of (almost) everything that is in the public domain. This usually refers to works that are either very old or the ones that nobody has copyrighted. Examples of important public domain works include the art of Shakespeare, Mozart, Beethoven, papers of Newton, […]

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30 Favourite Bill Nye “The Science Guy” Episodes

30 Favourite Bill Nye “The Science Guy” Episodes

| May 22, 2014 | 0 Comments

A lot people seem to enjoy the good old episodes of Bill Nye — the science guy. And, since the almighty internet is full of decent quality full episodes of this show, I though it would be a good idea to gather some favourite episodes in a list. This includes both some of my favourite […]

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5 Highly Recommended Physics Textbooks

5 Highly Recommended Physics Textbooks

| May 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

Today, when thousands of lectures and books can be accessed online easily, learning physics is easier than ever. Ironically, when there’s so much learning material available, choosing a textbook or a lecture course can cause a headache. That’s why we’re gonna take a look at some recommended textbooks, starting with a list of physics books. […]

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Top 5 Free Book Lists for Programmers

Top 5 Free Book Lists for Programmers

| March 4, 2014 | 0 Comments

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 | 0 Comments

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 | 0 Comments

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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