The Internet Pilot to Physics
unified physics resource promoting physics not only to scientists, but
also to industry, schools, students, and anyone interested in physics
and natural science.
archive of the American Institute of Physics weekly bulletin.
Treasure Trove of Physics
for all levels, from beginners to introductory college level.
gender equity in physics; featuring news, links, resources for women
students, and a virtual maze to discover the "herstory" of
principles, effects, paradoxes, limits, constants, experiments, and
thought-experiments arranged alphabetically.
site takes an in-depth look at the physics of light, including sections
on lasers, color, lenses, and more. In Polish and English.
Physics Preprint Archive mp_arc
Astrophysics Data System
on astrophysics, astronomy, instrumentation, geophysics, and physics.
Plus the Los Alamos preprint server, articles, and catalogs.
Scientist's Guide to the Quantum World
powerful WWW-based scientific data retrieval and visualization system
for accessing which consist of 1-hour-resolution "near-Earth"
solar wind magnetic field and plasma data, energetic proton fluxes (1-60
physical constants, and other data on spectroscopy, ionizing radiation
and dosimetry, nuclear and condensed matter physics, and more.
interactive journey through modern physics.
and advice for students of UK Physics syllabuses at both GCSE and A
and information related to physics.
physics of various topics of everyday life.
Java curriculum modules from the University of Oregon Physics
department. Topics include mechanics, energy, thermodynamics, and
jobs, reference, societies, journals, history of physics, new theories,
ask experts, jokes, cartoons and more.
for kids that demonstrate scientific principles. Heat engines, radios,
motors and more.
and tools for science, including an interactive periodic table of
elements and calculators.
on Newtonian physics applied to astronomy and cosmology. Emphasis on
works of Walter Ritz. Smattering of articles on Velikovsky.
such questions as,"where do we come from? How did the universe
begin? Why is the universe the way it is? How will it end?"
for physics students and teachers which integrates Internet resources
while learning the science.
on physics, mostly German but with international links. Things of public
interest are covered in detail.