Monthly Archives: July 2010

Triple-slit experiment confirms reality is quantum – physics-math – 22 July 2010 – New Scientist

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Electricity

Electricity Basics

Electric Fields Lines

Voltage and Electric Potential Energy

Iphone Flashcards for 1st Phy 127 Midterm.

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NSF Grants

I can search the NSF Website for various research topics and see what people are actually working on today.

What Has Been Funded? – Physics at the Information Frontier

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Physics 126 Study Guide

Physics 126 Study Guide

Focusing on Thermodynamics and Light. Incomplete on Oscillations and Waves.

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Exploring Electronics

Starter Pack for Arduino – 1.0

$65.00
"Arduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software. It’s intended for artists, designers, hobbyists, and anyone interested in creating interactive objects or environments."

Adafruit Tutorials Lady Ada site, very interesting and I can buy kits there to learn things!

How to build a 303.

Build your own LCD/Graphics Tablet Screen

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Water droplets create multilayered display – tech – 01 July 2010 – New Scientist

Water droplets create multilayered display – tech – 01 July 2010 – New Scientist.

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Quantum Information XQIT

QIT "Quantum mechanics is famously counterintuitive. (Einstein, despite making great contributions to quantum mechanics, never fully accepted it.) Quantum computers and communication systems exploit quantum weirdness to do things that classical information technologies cannot." Center For Extreme Quantum Information Theory at MIT. On the Course information page is links to MIT Opencourseware courses.

CalTech Institute of Quantum Information. There is a link to their research papers.

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