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Concepts

The Way of the Intellect


DESCRIPTION: The third of six pages on Concepts (one of the Field Nodes comprising the subject tree of The Telson Spur), this page is one of four comprising a list of links to on-line resources in science studies and in the history and philosophy of science (including the history and philosophy of mathematics and physics; the history of astronomy and cosmology; and the history and philsophy of the earth, life, and social sciences). The coordinate pages, with a common header and List of Contents, contain links to resources in philosophy, and to resources in the dialogue of science with religion and in palaetiology (i.e., historical science, broadly construed).

KEYWORDS: logic; history of mathmematics; philosophy of mathematics; foundations; history of physics; natural philosophy; philosophy of physics



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    History and Philosophy of Science
    History and Philosophy of Mathematics
    History and Philosophy of Physics
    History/Philosophy of Astronomy/Cosmology
    History and Philosophy of Earth Sciences
    History and Philosophy of Life Sciences
    History and Philosophy of Social Sciences
    Religion and Science
    Palaetiology

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Science Studies

General Resources
History and Philosophy of Science
History and Philosophy of Mathematics
History and Philosophy of Physics
History and Philosophy of Astronomy and Cosmology
History and Philosophy of Earth Sciences
History and Philosophy of Life Sciences
History and Philosophy of Social Sciences
Religion and Science
Palaetiology



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History and Philosophy of Mathematics


The Mandelbrot set is not an invention of the human mind; it was a discovery.
Roger Penrose

The Abel Prize (Abelprisen, Oslo)
Alice's adventures in algebra: Wonderland solved (Melanie Bayley, New Scientist 2739, 16 Dec 2009)
American Experience | A Brilliant Madness: The Story of John Nash
(Mark Samels & Randall MacLowry, PBS, 28 Apr 2002)
Ancient Writings Revealed! (The Exploratorium, San Francisco)
Archimedes (Chris Rorres)
The Archimedes Palimpsest (William Noel et al., Walters Art Gallery, Baltimore)
Archimedes and the 2000-year-old computer (Jo Marchant, New Scientist 2686, 12 Dec 2008)
Archives of American Mathematics (MAA)
AWM Links for Biographies (Association for Women in Mathematics)
A Beautiful Math: John Nash, Game Theory, and the Modern Quest for a Code of Nature (Tom Siegfried, National Academies Press, 2006)
Benoit Mandelbrot, Novel Mathematician, Dies at 85 - Obituary (Jascha Hoffman, New York Times, 16 Oct 2010)
A Bibliography of Collected Works and Correspondence of Mathematicians (Steven W. Rockey, Mathematics Library, Cornell University_
A brief history of the particle accelerator... (ed. Hamish Johnston, Physics World Blog, 27 Jul 2010)
BSHM: The British Society for the History of Mathematics
Canadian Society for the History and Philosophy of Mathematics
Chasing the Parallel Postulate (Evelyn Lamb, Roots of Unity, Scientific American Blog Network, 28 Feb 2014)
Chinese Mathematics (Ming L. Pei)
Collected Works and Correspondence of Mathematicians, A Bibliography of (Steven W. Rockey, Cornell University)
The Dance of Math and Physics (Cecilia Barnbaum)
Digital Math Books Collection (Mathematics Library, Cornell University)
DVMLG Home Page (German Association for Mathematical Logic and Foundational Research)
Earliest Known Uses of Some of the Words of Mathematics (Jeff Miller)
Earliest Uses of Various Mathematical Symbols (Jeff Miller)
Effectiveness of Mathematics (Jef Raskin, 1998)
Egyptian Fractions (David Eppstein)
Egyptian Fractions (Ron Knott)
The Elements Unearthed: Our Discovery and Usage of the Chemical Elements (David V. Black, Orem, Utah)
Episodes in the History of Geometry through Models in Dynamic Geometry (Eduardo Veloso & Rita Bastos, Convergence 1, Jan 2008)
The Erdös Number Project (Jerry Grossman & Patrick Ion)
Ethnomathematics (Anthro.Net)
Ethnomathematics (Nancy Casey, MegaMath)
Ethnomathematics Digital Library (Pacific Resources for Education and Learning, Honolulu)
Ethnomathematics on the Web (ISGEm)
Ethnomathematics Web Quest (M. Gasch)
Euclid's Elements (David E. Joyce)
The Euler Archive (Mathematical Association of America)
Famous Curves Index (School of Mathematics & Statistics, University of St. Andrews)
Fat Elvis's Web Page (Ed Owen)
Fields Medals and Rolf Nevanlinna Prize (IMU Server)
-- Ottawa Mirror
The Frederick V. Pohle Colloquium on the History of Mathematics
(Adelphi University, Garden University, New York)
Fuzziology (Vlad Dimitrov)

Gauss's Day of Reckoning (Brian Hayes, Computing Science, American Scientist 94(3):200, May-Jun 2006)
Gödel's Incompleteness Theorem (William Denton)
Gödel's Theorem: An HTML Presentation by Siegfried (Kurt Goedel, 'On Formally Undecidable Propositions of Principia Mathematica and Related Systems,' 1931)
Geometry.net | Math Biographers
G J Chaitin Home Page
-- New Zealand Mirror
Grothendieck Circle (Harvey Shoolman et al.)
Hilbert's Mathematical Problems (Ina Kersten)
Historia Matematica Mailing List (Julio Gonzalez Cabillon)
Historical Activities for the Calculus Classroom (Gabriela R. Sanchis, Convergence, 2007)
Historical Math Monographs (Cornell University Library)
Historical Text Archive | History of Mathematics (Don Mabry)
Histories of Computing Devices in Mathematics (Denis P. Beveridge)
The History of Mathematics (D. R. Wilkins)
History of Mathematics (MacTutor Archive)
History of Mathematics (Purely Academic...)
History of Mathematics @ SFU (Simon Fraser University)
History of Mathematics Home Page (David E. Joyce)
History of Mathematics Sources on the World Wide Web
(Glen Van Brummelen)

History of Mathematics: Timeline
History of Mathematics: Web Resources
History of Statistics (Peter M. Lee, University of York)
-- UCLA Mirror
Hurray for Fermat and Wiles! A Bibliographic Essay on the Modern Literature Pertaining to Arguably the World's Most Famous Unsolved (until May 1995) Mathematical Theorem (Glenn Masuchika, Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship, Summer 2013)
Hyperbolic Quotes about Hyperbolic Geometry (Evelyn Lamb, Roots of Unity, Scientific American Blog Network, 12 Feb 2014)
Indian Society for History of Mathematics (University of Delhi)
ISGEm: International Study Group on Ethnomathematics
(Ron Eglash)
Jahrbuch Project: Electronic Research Archives for Mathematics (Jahrbuch Über die Fortschritte der Mathematik, 1868-1942)
The Kurt Gödel Society (Vienna)
Lectures on Mathematics (Felix Klein, 1893)
-- Felix Klein on Mathematical Progress (Evelyn Lamb, Roots of Unity, Scientific American Blog Network, 31 Dec 2013)
LexiLine - Man and Measure (Andis Kaulins)
The Limits of Understanding (David Berreby, The Scientist 24:8:28, 1 Aug 2010)
Links2Go: Mathematical History
Mathematical Folks: Mathographies (Bellevue Community College)
The Mathematical Museum (Math-Net)
Mathematical Problems (David Hilbert, 1900, tr. Maby Winton Newson 1903)
Mathematical Quotations Server (Mark Woodard)
The mathematical world: What is mathematics about? (James Franklin, Aeon Magazine, 7 Apr 2014)
Mathematicians' Anniversaries Throughout the Year
(MacTutor History of Mathematics)

Mathematicians in the Movies (Arnold G. Reinhold)
Mathematicians of the African Diaspora
(Scott W. Williams, SUNY at Buffalo)
Mathematics and the Game of Thrones (William Grassie, Metanexus, 30 Apr 2013)
The Mathematics Genealogy Project (NDSU Department of Mathematics/AMS)
-- European Mirror (Universität Bielefeld)
Mathematics History (ThinkQuest)
Mathematics, Live: A Conversation with Evelyn Boyd Granville (Evelyn Lamb, Roots of Unity, Scientific American Blog Network, 5 Sep 2014)
Mathematics: Proof and beauty (Economist, 31 Mar 2005)
Mathesis Universalis (Witold Marciszewski)
Math Forum: Famous Problems in the History of Mathematics
MathNet: The Danish Network for the History and Philosophy of Mathematics (Roskilde University, Denmark)
MathPages (Kevin S. Brown)
Maya!
A Modern History of Blacks in Mathematics
(Scott W. Williams, SUNY at Buffalo)
The Most Famous Mathematicians (UCV Math, Venezuela)
The Museum of Mathematics (New York)
Native American Geometry (Chris Hardaker)
Neil Sloane: the man who loved only integer sequences (Alex Bellos, Alex's Adventures in Numberland, The Guardian, 7 Oct 2014)
NOVA | Hunting the Hidden Dimension (Michael Schwarz & Bill Jersey, PBS, 28 Oct 2008)
NOVA | Infinite Secrets [Archimedes]
(Liz Tucker, PBS, 30 Sep 2003)
NOVA Online | The Proof [Andrew Wiles]
(John Lynch & Simon Singh, PBS, 28 Oct 1997)
Online Resource: Math History (George Alexander, AMATYC, Memphis, Tennessee)
Online Resource: Multicultural Mathematics
(George Alexander, AMATYC)
On the Nature of Mathematical Concepts
(Verena Huber-Dyson, Edge 3rd Culture)
Paradox & Infinity (Agustin Rayo et al., MIT OpenCourseWare, 2013)
Past Notable Women of Computing & Mathematics (TAP)

Paul Erdös (Paul Hoffman)
Paul Ernest's Page
Periodic Table History Videos (David V. Black, The Elements Unearthed)
Philosophy of Science and Mathematics on the Internet
(University of Hertfordshire)
Philosophy of Science and Mathematics Events in Britain
(Mike Brown & Brendan Larvor)
Pi Zine for Math-Based Theology (Sarah Voss)
The Poincaré Conjecture (Clay Mathematics Institute, Cambridge, Massachusetts)
Prime numbers (J J O'Connor & E F Robertson, MacTutor History of Mathematics)
Prime Obsession: Bernhard Riemann and the Greatest Unsolved Problem in Mathematics (John Derbyshire, 2003)
Pure Mathematics (James Franklin, School of Mathematics and Statistics, University of New South Wales, Sydney)
Roman Numerals (UK)
Russia's Conquering Zeros: Russian Math, the Poincare Conjecture and Perelman (Masha Gessen, Wall Street Journal, 6 Nov 2009)
The Secret Life of Numbers: 50 Easy Pieces on How Mathematicians Work and Think (George G. Szpiro, Joseph Henry Press, 2006)
The Significance of Unity and Diversity for the Disciplines of Mathematics and Physics (Daniel F. M. Strauss, Global Spiral 10:5, 1 Sep 2009)
SJSU Virtual Museum: The History of Mathematics, Science, and Technology (Robertta H. Barba, San Jose State University)
Slates, Sliderules, and Software: Teaching Math in America
(National Museum of American History)
Smarandache Notions Journal
Some Mathematical Works of the 17th & 18th Centuries Translated mainly from Latin into English (Ian Bruce)
Study WEB: History of Mathematics
Theseus (Kurt Ramskov, Copenhagen)
3.14ever (Odyssey Charter School, ThinkQuest.org)
A timeline of mathematics and theoretical physics (Superstringtheory.com)
To Settle Infinity Dispute, a New Law of Logic (Natalie Wolchover, Quanta Magazine, 26 Nov 2013; repr. as 'Dispute over Infinity Divides Mathematicians,' Scientific American, 3 Dec 2013)
The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Mathematics (R. W. Hamming, The American Mathematical Monthly 87:2, Feb 1980)
The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Mathematics in the Natural Sciences (Eugene Wigner, Communications in Pure & Applied Mathematics 13:1, Feb 1960)
Voevodsky's Mathematical Revolution (Julie Rehmeyer, Guest Blog, Scientific American Blog Network, 1 Oct 2013)
What's the Deal with Euclid’s Fourth Postulate? (Evelyn Lamb, Roots of Unity, Scientific American Blog Network, 21 Apr 2014)
WilbourHall.org (Wilbour Hall, Brown University)
Women Mathematicians (L. Riddle, Agnes Scott College)
The Zero Saga (Hossein Arsham)


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History and Philosophy of Physics


Before I began the study of electricity I resolved to read no mathematics till I had first read through Faraday's Experimental Researches on Electricity.
James Clerk Maxwell

The only valid knowledge is that which feeds on uncertainty, and the only living thought is that which keeps itself at the temperature of its own destruction.
E. Morin

Accelerators and Nobel Laureates (Sven Kullander, Nobel e-Museum)
Aether Theories - Collation of Scientific Theories of the Aether
(P. R. F. Brown)
Against Field Interpretations of Quantum Field Theory (David John Baker, British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 60(3):585-609, Sep 2009) PDF
AIP Center for History of Physics (American Institute of Physics)
Alain Connes: The Geometer of Particle Physics (Alexander Hellemans, Insights, Scientific American 295:2:36-8, Aug 2006)
Albert Einstein (FBI - Freedom of Information Act)
Albert Einstein (Lee Hua Xing's Physics Online)
Albert Einstein and His Works - WebRing (Umeet Singh)
Albert Einstein Archives (ed. Roni Grosz)
Albert Einstein Home Page (Jesse Ralston)
Albert Einstein Online (S. Morgan Friedman)
Albert Einstein: Person of the Century
(Frederic Golden et al., Time Magazine, 3 Jan 2000)
ALCHEMY: A bibliography of English-language writings
(Alan Pritchard)
The Alchemy Virtual Library
The Alchemy Website and Virtual Library (Adam McLean)
...And now for the next 20 years (Physics World, 1 Oct 2008)
Anthropic-principle.com (Nick Bostrom)

Anton Zeilinger: a quantum pioneer (Interview by James Dacey, Physics World, 14 Oct 2010)
Archives of QUANTUM-MIND
A Brief History of Relativity
(Stephen Hawking, Time Magazine, 3 Jan 2000)
Atomic Structure Timeline (Lee Buescher)
Beauty is truth? There's a false equation (Philip Ball, Aeon Magazine, 19 May 2014)
Beyond: Center for Fundamental Concepts in Science (Paul Davies, dir., et al., Arizona State University)
Beyond the Standard Model -- Or Not (Sky & Telescope News Blog, 10 Jan 2013)
Biographical Sketch of Hugh Everett, III (Eugene Shikhovtsev, ed. Kenneth W. Ford, 2003)
Biographies of Albert Einstein -- Mastermind of Theoretical Physics (Galina Weinstein, 24 May 2012) PDF
The Bohr paradox (Robert P. Crease, Critical Point, Physics World, 1 May 2008)
Cambridge Physics - Past, Present and Future (Cavendish Laboratory Educational Outreach)
Can we unify quantum mechanics and gravity? (Sabine Hossenfelder, Physics World, 31 Oct 2013)
Carmen Giunta's Classic Chemistry Page
The cat that never dies (Robert P. Crease, Physical World, 12 Apr 2012)
Celebration of 100 Distinguished European Chemists from the Chemical Revolution to the 21st Century (European Network for Chemistry)
The Celebrity of Science [Stephen Hawking, 'My Brief History'] Comes to Caltech (Miichael Shermer, Skepticblog, 1 Feb 20011)
Center for History of Physics (American Institute of Physics)
Center for Quantum Activism (Amit Goswami, Yachats, Oregon)
Centre for Time (University of Sydney)
A Century of Einstein (MSNBC)
A Century of Physics (American Physical Society)
Channeling Ada Lovelace: Chien-Shiung Wu, Courageous Hero of Physics (Maia Weinstock, Guest Blog, Scientific American Blog Network, 15 Oct 2013)
Chemical Genealogy Database (School of Chemical Sciences, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Chemical Processes on Solid Surfaces: Scientific Background on the Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2007 (Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, 10 Oct 2007) PDF
-- Chemistry Nobel makes a great birthday gift (Daniel Cressey, Nature News, 10 Oct 2007, corrected)
Chemistry Timeline (RDN PSIgate)
The Chymistry of Isaac Newton (William R. Newman, dir., & John A. Walsh et al., Indiana University)
The Civil Heretic - Freeman Dyson (Profile by Nicholas Dawidoff, New York Times, 25 Mar 2009)
Clifford Glenwood Shull Collection (Carnegie Mellon University Libraries)
CNR Commission for the History of Physics and Astronomy (Italy)
Cognitive celebrity: Why is Einstein the poster boy for genius? (Matthew Francis, Aeon Magazine, 22 Jul 2014)
The Collected Papers of Albert Einstein (Digital Einstein Papers Home, Princeton University Press)
A Computer Scientist's View of Life, the Universe, and Everything
(Jürgen Schmidhuber, Dec 1996)
A Concise History of Thermodynamics (Lynde Phelps Wheeler)
Contributions of 20th Century Women to Physics
(Nina Byers et al., UCLA)
Convergence of the Life Sciences, Physical Sciences, and Engineering (Richard Hake, AERA-L, 14 Jan 2011)
Copenhagen: Physics, History & Copenhagen (Michael Frayn, dir. Howard Davies, PBS Hollywood Presents, 29 Sep 2002)
Cornering the Higgs boson (Michael Riordan, Physics World, 11 Oct 2012)
Cosmic Variance: random samplings from a universe of ideas
(Sean Carroll et al.)
-- Review (Blog life, Physics World, Feb 2007)
Craig Callender (UCSD Philosophy)
A Crisis in Fundamental Physics (Lee Smolin, NYAS Update Unbound, Jan-Feb 2006)
Critical assessment of the evidence for striped nanoparticles (Julian Stirling et al., arXiv:1312.6812 [physics.data-an], 24 Dec 2013)
-- Science Is Interpretation (Neuroskeptic , Discover Magazine, 4 Jan 2014)
The Culture of Chemistry (Michelle Frankl, Bryn Mawr)
CWP - Contributions of 20th Century Women to Physics
(Betty Anderson & Nina Byers)
The Danger of Cosmic Genius (Kenneth Brower, The Atlantic, Dec 2010)
Darwin's legacy (Leonard Susskind, Physics World, 1 Jul 2009)
David Wallace, Homepage of (Oxford Philosophy of Physics)
Decision theory and information propagation in quantum physics (Alan Forrester, quant-ph/0604133, 18 Apr 2006)
Decoherence and reduction (Roland Omnes, quant-ph/0604130, 18 Apr 2006)
Decoherence (Erich Joos)
Deep Beauty (Peter Woit, Not Even Wrong, 6 Oct 2007)'
Degrees Kelvin: A Tale of Genius, Invention, and Tragedy
(David Lindley, Joseph Henry Press, 2004)
Determinism beneath Quantum Mechanics
(Gerard t' Hooft, 16 Dec 2002)
Did Edmond tells Robert to, "sling his hooke!"? (The Renaissance Mathematicus, 31 Mar 2014)
Digital Philosophy (Edward Fredkin)
Dining with Dirac (Gregory Benford, ed. Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 1 Aug 2014)
The Disappearing Physicist [Ettore Majorana] and His Elusive Particle (Joao Maguelijo, Nautilus, 8 May 2014)
The Discovery of the Electron (AIP Center for History of Physics)
The Discovery of Giant Magnetoresistance: Scientific Backgound on the Nobel Prize in Physics 2007 (Class for Physics, Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, 9 Oct 2007) PDF
-- Nobel prize recognizes GMR pioneers (Hamish Johnston, Physics World, 9 Oct 2007)
-- Magnetic Effect Nets a Nobel (Adrian Cho & Daniel Clery, ScienceNOW Daily News, 9 Oct 2007)
Doctor Atomic: How We All Learned to Make The Bomb (Scientific American, 13 Oct 2008)
-- Oppenheimer the Opera: A review of Doctor Atomic (Michael Shermer, Scientific American Blog, 11 Nov 2008)
Does the "Goddamn" Higgs Particle Portend the End of Physics? (John Horgan, Cross-Check, Scientific American Blog Network, 17 Dec 2011)
Does Some Deeper Level of Physics Underlie Quantum Mechanics? An Interview with Nobelist Gerard 't Hooft (George Musser, Critical Opalescence, Scientific American Blog Network, 7 Oct 2013)
The double-slit experiment (Peter Rodgers, Physics World, Sep 2002, extended)
Does Nature Break the Second Law of Thermodynamics? (J. Miguel Rubi, 'The Long Arm of the Second Law,' Scientific American 299:5:62-7, Nov 2008)
Edgar Fahs Smith Collection (Schoenberg Center for Electronic Text & Image)
Einstein (History Channel US, 17 Nov 2008)
Einstein | American Museum of Natural History
Einstein archive at the Instituut-Lorentz
(Lorentz Institute, Leiden University)
The Einstein Archives Online (Ze'ev Rosenkranz & Orly Simon et al.)
Einstein Defiant: Genius versus Genius in the Quantum Revolution (Edmund Blair Bolles, Joseph Henry Press, 2004)
Einstein: An Edge Symposium(Brian Greene, Walter Isaacson, Paul Steinhardt, 17 Sep 2007)
-- Steinhardt on the String Theory Crash (Peter Woit, Not Even Wrong, 18 Sep 2007)
The Einstein formula: E_0=mc^2 "Isn't the Lord laughing?" (Lev B. Okun, arXiv:0808.0437 [physics.hist-ph], 4 Aug 2008)
Einstein, God and Time (Oxford Summer Workshop 2005, The Clarendon Laboratory, 12-15 Sep 2005)
Einstein: Image and Impact (AIP History Center)
Einstein in Berlin (Thomas Levenson, WGBH Forum Network, Boston, 2 Apr 2004)
Einstein Papers Project (Diana Kormos Buchwald et al., California Institute of Technology)
-- Caltech Catalog Record (Caltech Libraries)
Einstein's Clocks, Poincaré's Maps (Peter L. Galison, WGBH Forum Network, Boston, 3 Mar 2004)
Einstein's Creativity (webcast of lecture by Walter S. Isaacson, Harvard University, 24 Apr 2007)
Einstein's legacy as scientist and icon (Sir Martin Rees, Michael Faraday Lecture, Royal Society, London, 27 Jan 2005)
Einstein's quest for unification (John Ellis, Physics World, Jan 2005)
Einstein's Theory of Relativity Confirmed by Ancient Solar Eclipses (Goran Henriksson, Journal of Comology 9:2137-46, Jul 2010)
-- Ancient Records Silent on Theory of Relativity. A Refutation of Henriksson's Article (Anton R. Peters, Journal of Cosmology 9, 2011)
-- Einstein's Theory of Relativity Confirmed. A Refutation of the Critique by Peters (Goran Henriksson, Journal of Cosmology 9, 2011)
Einstein's Unfinished Symphony
(J. Madeleine Nash, Time Magazine, 3 Jan 2000)
Einstein's Wife: The Life of Mileva Maric Einstein
(Geraldine Hilton et al., PBS, 21 Oct 2003)
Einstein 2005 (The Einstein Year in Bern)
Einstein Year 2005 (Institute of Physics)
Einstein 05 (The Einstein Year in the city of creation, Bern, Switzerland)
The Electron Microscope: A Personal Recollection
(John H. L. Watson, University of Toronto)
The Electron's 100th Birthday
Elementary Considerations on the Interpretation of the Foundations of Quantum Mechanics (Albert Einstein, 1953; arXiv:1107.3701 [physics.hist-ph], 19 Jul 2011)
Elements and Atoms: Case Studies in the Development of Chemistry
(Carmen Giunta, Le Moyne College)
The Emergence of Modern Physical Theory
(Bibliography, Ronald C. Tobey)
EmergentMind.org, Mapping the Frontiers of Consciousness
(Lian Sidorov et al.)
Emilio Segrè Visual Archives (American Institute of Physics)
Englert and Higgs bag Nobel Prize for Physics (Hamish Johnston, Physics World, 8 Oct 2013)
Enrico Fermi and the evolution of nuclear physics
(Renato Angelo Ricci)
PDF
Enrico Fermi and the Nuclear Chain Reaction (Library Guides at UChicago)
Equations as icons (Robert P. Crease, Critical Point, Physics World, Mar 2007)
ESF Network for Philosophical and Foundational Problems of Modern Physics (European Science Foundation)
Evolution of quasi-history in a Physics Textbook (J. R. Persson, arXiv:1308.1550 [physics.ed-ph], 7 Aug 2013)
Famous Physicists (D. Mark Manley, Kent State University)
F. David Peat - Author, Physicist

Feynman Online (J. Eric Slone)
Feynman's Vision (Michael Shermer, Skepticblog, 25 Jan 2011)
First Particles Collided at Record Energy at LHC (Internet2 Wiki, 30 Mar 2010)
-- LHC First Physics (CERN Press Office, 30 Mar 2010)
-- CERN achieves 7 TeV collisions at Large Hadron Collider (Physics World News, 30 Mar 2010)
-- Record-breaking collisions mark start of research at the Large Hadron Collider (Science and Technology Facilities, UK, Astronomy, 30 Mar 2010)
Five papers that shook the world (Matthew Chalmers, Physics World, Jan 2005)
Focus on Spacetime 100 Years Later (ed. Richard Price & Jorge Pullin, New Journal of Physics, Sep 2005)
Foundations of Structuralism Project (Bristol University)
FQXi: Foundational Questions in Physics & Cosmology
(Max Tegmark et al.)
-- The Foundational Questions Institute (Anthony Aguirre, Cosmic Variance, 28 Mar 2007)
-- Science and no Religion in Reykjavik! (Sean Carroll, Cosmic Variance, 29 Jul 2007)
From Alchemy to Chemistry: Five Hundred Years of Rare and Interesting Books (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
From Certainty to Uncertainty: The Story of Science and Ideas in the Twentieth Century (F. David Peat, US National Research Council, 2002)
From My Archives: Quark Inventor Murray Gell-Mann Doubts Science Will Discover "Something Else" (John Horgan, Cross-Check, Scientific American Blog Network, 17 Dec 2013)
From Steam Engines to Life? (Mark Haw, Macroscope, American Scientist 95(6):472-5, Nov-Dec 2007)
The Future of Physics (Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics, 7-9 Oct 2004)
Galileo and Einstein Home Page (Michael Fowler, UVa)
Galileo Day (15 February)
Galileo Galilei (IMSS Multimedia Catalogue - Room IV)
Galileo Galilei's Notes on Motion (Codex 72)
The Galileo Project (Albert Van Helden et al., Rice University)
Galileo 2001 International Symposium (Tenerife, 19-23 Feb. 2001)
Galina Weinstein - Google Scholar Citations
Dr. Gali Weinstein's Patent Office
General Relativity Golden Oldies (ed. Andrzej Krasinksi & Charles Hellaby)
Geometry.net | History of Physics
Giuseppe Cocconi, 1914 - 2008 (CERN Document Server: Record#1142555, 27 Nov 2008)
God, Physics, and The Human Prospect
(King's University College, Edmonton)
Goedel and Physics (John D. Barrow, physics/0612253, 29 Dec 2006)
The Golden Elixir Home Page
The greatest equations ever (Robert P. Crease, Critical Point, Physics World, Oct 2004)
Hans in War and Peace (Richard L. Garwin & Kurt Gottfried, Physics Today, October 2005)
Has Physics Made Philosophy and Religion Obsolete? (Interview with Lawrence Krauss by Ross Andersen, The Atlantic, 23 Apr 2012)
Has Science Established that the Cosmos is Physically Comprehensible? (Nicholas Maxwell, arXiv:1210.1747 [physics.hist-ph], 5 Oct 2012)
--UCL Discovery (2013)
Hawking (dir. Philip Martin, BBC, Apr 2004)
The Higgs Boson at Last? (Scientific American In-Depth Reports, 8 Oct 2013)
History of Chemistry (Bob Jacobs, ChemistryCoach.com)
History of Chemistry (Chemical Heritage Foundation, Phildadelphia)
History of Chemistry in the Comics (John P. Selegue & F. James Holler)
A History of Mass Spectrometry (Scripps Center for Mass Spectrometry)

History of Particle Physics (The Particle Adventure)
History of Physics (Net Advance of Physics)
How Einstein Discovered Dark Energy (Alex Harvey, arXiv:1211.6338 [physics.hist-ph], 22 Nov 2012)
-- Einstein Discovered Dark Energy, Says Historian of Science (Physics arXiv Blog, MIT Technology Review, 3 Dec 2012)
Hyle - International Journal for Philosophy of Chemistry (ed. Joachim Schummer)
HyperJeff Network: This is... History Page
(Jeff Biggus)
In the Beginning Was the Code: Computer Universes & Algorithmic Theory of Everything (Jürgen Schmidhuber)
In Defense of Robert Andrews Millikan (David Goodstein, American Scientist 89(1):54-60, Jan-Feb 2001)
Information Preservation and Weather Forecasting for Black Holes (Stephen W. Hawking, arXiv:1401.5761 [hep-th], 22 Jan 2014)
-- Stephen Hawking: 'There are no black holes' (Zeeya Merali, Nature News & Comment, 24 Jan 2014)
In SUSY we trust: What the LHC is really looking for (Anil Ananthaswamy, New Scientist, 11 Nov 2009)
International Perceptions of UK Research in Physics and Astronomy (IOP, 2000) PDF
International Perceptions of UK Research in Physics and Astronomy: The Second International Review (IOP, 26 Jan 2006) PDF
International Society for the Advanced Study of Spacetime
(Montreal)
International Society for the Philosophy of Chemistry
Isaac Newton Biography - Newton's Life, Career, Work
(Robert A. Hatch, University of Florida)
Isaac Newton Resources (Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences)
Isaac Newton: Theology, Prophecy, Science and Religion (Stephen David Snobelen)
-- Newton Project Canada (dir. Stephen Snobelen, University of King's College, Halifax, Nova Scotia)
Is Reality Digital or Analog? Essays (FQXi Community)
James Clerk Maxwell - Maxwell Year 2006 (James Clerk Maxwell Foundation, Edinburgh)
John D. Norton - Research (University of Pittsburgh)
John Earman (Department of History and Philosophy of Science, University of Pittsburgh)
John Earman Bibliography
Julian Barbour
The Landscape: A Talk with Leonard Susskind
(John Brockman, Edge, 2003)
The Last Sorcerers: The Path from Alchemy to the Periodic Table
(Richard Morris, US National Research Council, 2003)
The Last Workshop on Theoretical Physics in the Soviet Union [Alushta, Oct 1990] (Beatriz Gato-Rivera, arXiv:1101.0135v1 [physics.gen-ph], 30 Dec 2010)
Laura Bassi [1711-78] and the city of learning (Paula Findlen, Physics World, 29 Aug 2013)
-- Bassi-Veratti Collection (Stanford University)
Law and the end of the world (Edwin Cartlidge, Physics World, 2 Feb 2010)
Lawrence and His Laboratory
Lee Smolin
-- Time Reborn (Peter Woit, Not Even Wrong, 23 Apr 2013)
The legend of the leaning tower (Robert P. Crease, Physics World, Feb 2003)
Leibniz: Drole de pensee - Cover Page
Leo Szilard Online (ed. Gene Dannen)
LHC celebrates five years of not destroying the world (Harry Cliff & Rupert Cole, The Conversation, 10 Sep 2013)
Life and the Cosmos, Word by Painstaking Word: A Conversation with Stephen Hawking (Claudia Dreifus, New York Times, 9 May 2011)
Life at the frontier (Robert P. Crease, Physics World, 1 Oct 2008)
The life of psi (Jon Cartwright, Physics World, 2 May 2013)
Life, the Universe, and the Electron (Science Museum/IOP)
Lifework of David Bohm - River of Truth (Will Keepin, Shavano Institute)
Linus Pauling and The Nature of the Chemical Bond: A Documentary History (Chris Petersen et al., Oregon State University)
Linus Pauling Centenary Celebration, 1901-2001
(Oregon State University)
Linus Pauling Research Notebooks (Oregon State University)
The long road to the Higgs boson (Michael Riordan, Physics World, 9 Aug 2012)
Lost in Einstein's Shadow (Tony Rothman, Marginalia, American Scientist 94(2):112-13, Mar-Apr 2006)
The lure of G (Jon Cartwright, Physics World, 13 Feb 2014)

MacTutor History of Mathematics | Mathematical Physics Index
The Manhattan Project: An Interactive History (Office of History and Heritage Resources, U.S. Department of Energy)
Manhattan Project Voices (Atomic Heritage Foundation/Los Alamos Historical Society)
-- Review (Web life, Physics World, 27 Feb 2014)
The Many Worlds (Everett) Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics
(Michael Clive Price, HedWeb, Feb 1995)
The Many-Worlds Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics: The Theory of the Universal Wave Function (Hugh Everett, III, Jan 1956) PDF
The Many Worlds of Hugh Everett (Peter Byrne, Scientific American 297:6:98-105, Dec 2007)
Mapping the evolution of ideas (Michael Banks, Physics World Blog, 17 Apr 2009)
Marie Curie and The Science of Radioactivity
(American Institute of Physics)
Mary Hesse, Website in Honour of
Mass (blog by Carl Brannen)
The Mathematical Universe (Max Tegmark, arXiv:0704.0646 [gr-qc], 5 Apr 2007, revised)
-- Another Theory of Everything (Christophe de Dinechin, Grenouille Bouillie, 15 May 2007)
-- The Mathematical Universe (Sabine Hossenfelder, Back Reaction, 11 Oct 2007)
Mauro Dorato (University of Rome 3)
Memories of Phil and Phylis Morrison (Herb Lin & Bert Singer)
A Meta-Law to Rule Them All: Physicists Devise a "Theory of Everything" (Zeeya Merali, Scientific American, 26 May 2014)
Michael Farady: An Inspiration to All Scientists (Raymond C. Rowe, HMS Beagle 118, 18 Jan 2002)
Moments of Discovery (American Institute of Physics)
The most beautiful experiment (Robert P. Crease, Physics World, Sep 2002)
Motion Sciences Organization (Joseph P. Firmage et al.)
Much Ado about Nothing (Michael Shermer, Scientific American, 27 Apr 2012; Skepticblog, May 2012)
The Multiverse Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics (Raphael Bousso & Leonard Susskind, arXiv:1105.3796v1 [hep-th], 19 May 2011)
My Great-Great-Aunt [Marguerite Perey] Discovered Francium. And It Killed Her. (Veronique Greenwood, New York Times, 3 Dec 2014)
Nancy Cartwright's Homepage (London School of Economics and Political Science)
National Historic Chemical Landmarks (American Chemical Society)
Natural Philosophy Alliance
The n-Category Café (John Baez et al., UT Austin)
A new answer to the Needham Question, or Why Galileo didn't discover universal gravitation (Gennady Gorelik, arXiv:1106.6345v1 [physics.hist-ph], 30 Jun 2011)
A New Subfield of Physics... (Peter Woit, Not Even Wrong, 3 Oct 2007)
Newtonia: Pages about Sir Isaac Newton (Andrew McNab)
-- WWW resources related to Isaac Newton
Newton Papers (Cambridge Digital Library)
The Newton Project (Robert Iliffe, dir., Centre for the History of Science, Technology and Medicine, Imperial College, London)
Newton's Castle (ThinkQuest)
Niels Bohr Archive
The Niels Bohr Library & Archives at the American Institute of Physics
1905: Einstein's 'Miracle Year' (CBC Radio, 18 Apr 2005)
1941 Bohr-Heisenberg Meeting, Release of Documents Relating to
(Finn Aaserud, Niels Bohr Archive, 6 Feb 2002)
Nobel Laureates in Physics 1901 - Present (Stanford Linear Accelerator Library)
The Nobel Prize in Chemistry (Nobel Foundation)
The Nobel Prize in Physics (Nobel Foundation)
No place for particles in relativistic quantum theories? (Hans Halvorson & Rob Clifton, arXiv:quant-ph/0103041, 8 Mar 2001; Philosophy of Science 69(1):1-28, Mar 2002)
A Note on the Prehistory of Superheavy Elements (Helge Kragh, arXiv:1207.5946v1 [physics.hist-ph], 25 Jul 2012)
Not Even Wrong (Peter Woit, Columbia University)
-- Review (Blog life, Physics World, May 2007)
Not Only Because of Theory: Dyson, Eddington and the Competing Myths of the 1919 Eclipse Expedition (Daniel Kennefick, arXiv:0709.0685 [physics.hist-ph], 5 Sep 2007, revised)
NOVA | Absolute Zero (Tom Shachton et al., PBS, 8 & 15 Jan 2008)
NOVA | Einstein's Big Idea (Gary Johnstone, PBS, 11 Oct 2005)
NOVA | Forgotten Genius [Percy Julian] (Stephen Lyons & Llewellyn M. Smith, PBS, 6 Feb 2007)
NOVA | Newton's Dark Secrets (Chris Oxley & Malcolm Neaum et al., PBS, 15 Nov 2005)
NOVA | Parallel Worlds, Parallel Lives (Louise Lockwood, PBS, 21 Oct 2008)
Nuclear Chemistry and the Community (Frank Settle, Kennesaw State University)
The Oesper Collections in the History of Chemistry (University of Cincinnati)
The Official Isaac Newton Homepage (Shawn Gano & Travis Binkley)
Once a physicist: Scott Russell Sanders (Interview, Physics World, 2 Jun 2009)
On the Intrinsically Ambiguous Nature of Space-Time Diagrams (Elie During, Spontaneous Generations 6:1, 2012)
The Online Newton Project (Babson College/Dibner Institute)
On the reality of the quantum state (Matthew F. Pusey, Jonathan Barrett, & Terry Rudolph, arXiv:1111.3328 [quant-ph], 14 Nov 2011, revised)
-- Terry Rudolph on "Nature" versus Nurture, Guest Post, Cosmic Variance, Discover Magazine, 27 Aug 2012)
On the role of the Michelson-Morley experiment: Einstein in Chicago (Jeroen van Dongen, arXiv:0908.1545v1 [physics.hist-ph], 11 Aug 2009)
On Schizophrenic Experiences of the Neutron or Why We Should Believe in the Many-Worlds Interpretation of Quantum Theory (Lev Vaidman, quant-ph/9609006, 7 Sep 1996)
On Truth & Reality: The Spherical Standing Wave Structure of Matter (WSM) in Space (Karene Jade Howie & Geoff Haselhurst, SpaceandMotion.com)
Oral History Interviews held by the Niels Bohr Library (AIP)
-- Online Oral History Transcripts from the Niels Bohr Library
Oral History Interviews in Physics, Astronomy, and Geophysics (The Niels Bohr Library & Archives at the American Institute of Physics)
Our quantum reality problem (Adrian Kent, Aeon Magazine, 28 Jan 2014)
Panopticon Lavoisier (Marco Beretta & Andrea Scotti)
The Patent Clerk's Legacy (Gary Stix, Introduction to "Beyond Einstein," special issue of Scientific American 291:3:44-9, Sep 2004)
Parallel worlds: Can the multiverse explain human history? (Andrew Crumey, Aeon Magazine, 2 Sep 2013)
Particle Fever, documentary film (David Kaplan & Mark Levinson, Mar 2014)
-- Catching the Fever (US National Science Foundation (NSF) Discoveries, 14 Mar 2014)
Particle Physics Informs the Ultimate Questions (Don Lincoln, @ScientificAmerican, Scientific American Blog Network, 1 Oct 2014)
Paul Davies' Home Page (P. C. W. Davies)

Pauli Letter Collection (CERN Document Server)
Perimeter Institute and the crisis in modern physics (Paul Wells, Maclean's, 5 Sep 2013)
-- Perimeter Institute welcome speech reignites the string wars (Hamish Johnston, Physics World Blog, 12 Sep 2013)
Perimeter's Heart (Profile of Neil Turok by Alex Hutchinson, The Walrus Magazine, Apr 2009)
Philosophy and Foundations of Physics (Net Advance of Physics)
Philosophy begins where physics ends, and physics begins where philosophy ends (Ashutosh Jogalekar, The Curious Wavefunction, Scientific American Blog Network, 23 Jun 2014)
Philosophy of Chemistry (Bob Jacobs, ChemistryCoach.com)
Philosophy of Chemistry Electronic Discussion Group (mod. Davis Baird, International Society for the Philosophy of Chemistry)
The philosophy of the Higgs (Michael Kramer, The Guardian, 24 Mar 2013)
Philosophy of Physics (University of Oxford)
Philosophy rules (Robert P. Crease, Physics World, 18 Aug 2011)
PhilSci Archive: Browse by Subject: Physics
A physicist flirts with philosophy (and lives to tell the tale) (Jams Lloyd, Guest Blog, Scientific American, 23 Sep 2011)
Physicist George Ellis Knocks Physicists for Knocking Philosophy, Falsification, Free Will (Interview with George Ellis by John Horgan, Cross-Check, Scientific American Blog Network, 22 Jul 2014)
The Physicists and the Bomb (T. Michael Sanders, RC NatSci/Physics 214 Fall '00, University of Michigan)
Physicists plan to build a bigger LHC (Eugenie Samuel Reich, Nature News & Comment, 14 Nov 2013)
Physicists Should Stop Saying Silly Things about Philosophy (Sean Carroll, Preposterous Universe, 23 Jun 2014)
Physicists Will Not Destroy the World! Why we need not worry about the Large Hadron Collider (Lawrence Krauss, eSkeptic, 11 Nov 2009)
Physics and fundamental laws: Necessary truth or misleading cacophony? (Ashutosh Jogalekar, The Curious Wavefunction, Scientific American Blog Network, 22 Jan 2014)
Physics and Philosophy (Douglas P. McManaman)
Physics and Philosophy of Space and Time (Michael Bradie & Comer Duncan, Physics/Philosophy 433, Bowling Green State University)
Physics and the Real World (George F. R. Ellis, "Science and Religion: Global Perspectives," Metanexus Institute, Philadelphia, 4-8 Jun 2005) PDF
Physics Chronology (Phil Gibbs)
The Physics Evolution (Institute of Physics, Bristol)
Physics in a New Era: An Overview
(NAS Board on Physics and Astronomy, 2001)
Physics, Metaphysics and Pedagogy (Edward Remler, Jan. 1998)
Physics of Human Intention (Dimi Chakalov)
The Physics of Morality (Russell McNeil, Malaspina College)
Physics's pangolin: The limits of physics (Margaret Wertheim, Aeon Magazine, 3 Jun 2013)
Physics Time-Line (Phil Gibbs)
Physics Timeline (RDN PSIgate)
Physics Titan Edward Witten Still Thinks String Theory "On the Right Track" (interview by John Horgan, Cross-Check, Scientific American Blog Network, 22 Sep 2014)
PhysLINK's HISTORY OF PHYSICS Home Page
Pictures of Famous Physicists (Joachim Reinhardt)
Piet Hut (Interdisciplinary Studies, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton)
Post-Modern Physics (Jack Sarfatti)
Postscript to Cophenhagen (Michael Frayn)
The power of silence (Felicity Mellor, Physics World, 3 Apr 2014)
-- The silences of science (Felicity Mellor et al., Centre for Co-Curricular Studies, Imperial College London)
The Principia: Sir Isaac Newton's Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy (1687, tr. Andrew Motte 1729)
Process Physics (Reginald Thomas Cahill et al., Flinders University, Adelaide)
The projection problem and the symmetries of physics: On the possibility of the scientific realist case (Harvey Fields, posthum. pub., PhilSci Archive, 2009)
Proof of Heisenberg's error-disturbance relation (Paul Busch et al., arXiv:1306.1565 [quant-ph], 6 Jun 2013)
-- Proof mooted for quantum uncertainty (Ron Cowen, Nature News & Comment 498:419-20, 27 Jun 2013)
QBism, the Perimeter of Quantum Bayesianism (Christopher A. Fuchs, arXiv:1003.5209 [quant-ph], 26 Mar 2010)
-- Interview with a Quantum Bayesian (Christopher A. Fuchs, arXiv:1207.2141 [quant-ph], 9 Jul 2012)
Qgravity.org: Quantum Gravity, Physics and Philosophy (Lee Smolin)
Quantum Diaries (ed. Chelsea Wald et al., InterAction Collaboration)
Quantum Field Theory (Meinard Kuhlmann, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy/Winter 2012 Edition, first pub. 22 Jun 2006, revised 27 Sep 2012)
Quantum Gravity Expert Says "Philosophical Superficiality" Has Harmed Physics (Carlo Rovelli, interviewed by John Horgan, Cross-Check, Scientific American Blog Network, 21 Aug 2014)
Quantum Physics Made Relatively Simple: Personal and Historical Perspectives of Hans Bethe (Three Lectures by Hans Bethe, Ithaca, New York, 1999)
The Quantum Physics of Free Will: Do quantum effects make our choices our own? (George Musser, Scientific American, 6 Feb 2012)
The Quantum Pontiff (blog by Dave Bacon, Pasadena)
Quantum Trickery: Testing Einstein's Strangest Theory (Dennis Overbye, New York Times, 27 Dec 2005, cor 30 Dec)
Quantum Unitary Field Dynamics (Father Jerome)
Quantum Universe: The Revolution in 21st-Century Particle Physics (Persis Drell et al., High Energy Physics Advisory Panel, Jun 2004)
-- Quantum UniverseReport (Interactions)
Questions That Plague Physics: A Conversation with Lawrence M. Krauss (interview in Scientific American 291:2:82-5, Aug 2004)
A Reductionism Based Challenge to Strong Emergence (David Allan Larrabee, Global Spiral, 24 May 2007)
Relativity at the centenary (Clifford M. Will, Physics World, Jan 2005)
Remembering Einstein (The National, CBC, 27 Apr 2005)
Resources for H-PhysicalSciences (H-Net H-PhysicalSciences Discussion Network)
Richard Feynman : The Douglas Robb Memorial Lectures
Richard Feynman interview (Horizon, BBC, 1981)
Richard Feynman Online!

Richard P. Feynman (Abigail Nussey)
Richard P. Feynman (Alessandro Sarti)
The right questions (Robert P. Crease, discussion of Karen Barad, Physics World, 18 Sep 2014)
The rise and fall of cosmical physics: notes for a history, ca. 1850-1920 (Helge Kragh, arXiv:1304.3890 [physics.hist-ph], 14 Apr 2013)
The Robert Boyle Project (University of London)
Roy Glauber -- from the Bronx to the Nobel (interview by James Dacey, Physics World, 18 Nov 2010)
R. T. W. Arthur's Homepage (McMaster University)
The Scholar [Ibn al-Haytham] and the Caliph (Jennifer Ouellette, Physics World, 5 Jan 2011)
Schrödinger's Rabbits: The Many Worlds of Quantum
(Colin Bruce, Joseph Henry Press, 2004)
Science, complexity and the nature of existence (George Ellis, Royal Society, London, 9 Dec 2004)
Science or Sociology? (Guest Post by Joseph Polchinski, Cosmic Variance, 21 May 2007)
Searching For the Golden Spike: Is there any hope of experimentally testing quantum gravity? (Kate Becker, Foundational Questions Institute, 18 Jan 2008) PDF
The Second Superstring Revolution (John H. Schwarz)
Selected Papers of Great American Physicists
(AIP Center for History of Physics)
The Significance of Unity and Diversity for the Disciplines of Mathematics and Physics (Daniel F. M. Strauss, Global Spiral 10:5, 1 Sep 2009)
Sir Isaac Newton (Andrew McNab)
The Sir Isaac Newton Home Page
(James E. Force & Chase Krumpelman)
Sir Roger Penrose Society (Arvid Karsvall et al., Linkoping)
Sketches of a History of Classical Electromagnetism (Jeff Biggus)
Stephen Hawking
Stephen Hawking Fan Site
Stephen Hawking, Interview with (Today, BBC Radio4, 2008)
Stephen Hawking: A Life in Science, Second Edition
(Michael White & John Gribbin, 1992, 2002)
The Story of Energy: The Physics of an Atom, Part 1 (Clarissa Ai Ling Lee, Guest Blog, Scientific American Blog Network, 19 Jul 2013)
Strange Paths: Physics, computation, philosophy
(blog mod. xantox)
Stringscape (Matthew Chalmers, Physics World, 3 Sep 2007)
-- A testing time for strings (Editorial, Physics World, 3 Sep 2007)
-- This Month's Hype (Peter Woit, Not Even Wrong, 3 Sep 2007)
-- Physics World on String Theory (Peter Woit, Not Even Wrong, 13 Sep 2007)
String theory under scrutiny (Nancy Cartwright & Roman Frigg, Physics World, 3 Sep 2007)
The Supercollider That Never Was (David Appell, Scientific American, 15 Oct 2013)
Super Scientists -- A Gallery of Energy Pioneers
Surprises in physics: From black bodies to the accelerating universe (Ashutosh Jogalekar, The Curious Wavefunction, Scientific American Blog Network, 25 Feb 2014)
A tale of two minds [Abdus Salam & Srinivasa Ramanujan] (Gordon Fraser, Physics World, 31 Jul 2009)
Temporal Arrows in Spacetime (Friedel Weinert, Kairos 8, Dec 2013) PDF
The Theory of Everything | Movie Overview | Official Site (James Marsh & Anthony McCarten et al., 7 Sep 2014)
-- The Leakey Science of Hollywood: Stephen Hawking's Movie Life Story Is Not Very Scientific (Dennis Overbye, New York Times, 27 Oct 2014)
-- New Hawking Film Brilliantly Dramatizes Paradox of Modern Science (John Horgan, Cross-Check, Scientific American Blog Network, 31 Oct 2014)
-- The Human Cost of Science: Stephen Hawking and The Theory of Everything (Clara Moskowitz, Observations, Scientific American Blog Network, 12 Nov 2014)
-- The Human Cost of Science: Stephen Hawking and The Theory of Everything (Carin Bondar, Video of the Week, Scientific American Blog Network, 20 Nov 2014)
-- Stephen Hawking, Hawking Incorporated, and the Myth of the Lone Genius (Helene Mialet, Guest Blog, Scientific American Blog Network, 31 Dec 2014)
Time Bandits: What were Einstein and Godel talking about?
(Jim Holt, A Critic At Large, The New Yorker, 24 Feb 2005)
A timeline of mathematics and theoretical physics (Superstringtheory.com)
Time Travel and the Reality of Spontaneity (C. K. Raju) PDF
The Treiman effect (Robert P. Crease, Physics World, 11 Jul 2013)
The Trials of J. Robert Oppenheimer (David Grubin, WGBH American Experience, 2009)
Troublemaker Lee Smolin Says Physics—and Its Laws--Must Evolve (interview with Lee Smolin by John Horgan, Cross-Check, Scientific American Blog Network, 4 Jan 2015)
The Trouble With Physics: Aftermath (Sabine Hossenfelder, Backreaction, 19 Sep 2007)
2005: Year of physics (Nature Special)
2011 Chemistry Nobel Prize Resources (AIP Journals)
2012 Nobel Prize in Physics for Measuring and Manipulating Individual Quantum Systems (AIP News Release, 9 Oct 2012)
2014 Chemistry Nobel Prize Resources [Eric Betzig, Stefan W. Hell, William E. Moerner] (American Institute of Physics)
2014 Physics Nobel Prize [Isamu Akasaki, Hiroshi Amano, Shuzi Nakamura] Resources (American Institute of Physics)
Uncertain Principles (Chad Orzel)
Uncertainty reigns over Heisenberg's measurement analogy (Philip Ball, Physics World, 1 Nov 2013)
Undivided Looking: Comments on physics and theology (Aron Wall)
A Unified Physics by 2050? (Steven Weinberg, Scientific American, Dec 1999)
The Uniqueness of the World (Luis J. Boya, physics/0512263, 29 Dec 2005)
Vesselin Petkov (Concordia University, Montreal)
Werner Heisenberg and the Uncertainty Principle (David C. Cassidy)
What is quantum non-locality? (Sandu Popescu, Clifford Paterson Lecture, Royal Society, London, 13 Oct 2004)
What is Reality? (Paul Werbos)
What is time? (Adam Frank, Physics World, 24 Oct 2013)
What life wants: Evolution equation (Vlatko Vedral, Aeon Magazine, 27 Nov 2012)
What makes the universe tick? (Michael Brooks, New Scientist 2683, 19 Nov 2008)
What's in a Name? Parsing the 'God Particle,' the Ultimate Mataphor (Dennis Overbye, New York Times, 7 Aug 2007)
-- The God Particle (Sean Caroll, Cosmic Variance, 6 Aug 2007)
The Wholeness of Quantum Reality: An Interview with Physicist Basil Hiley (George Musser, Critical Opalescence, Scientific American Blog Network, 4 Nov 2013)
Why do we Still Believe in Newton's Law ? Facts, Myths and Methods in Gravitational Physics (Alexander Unzicker, gr-qc/0702009, 1 Feb 2007)
Why Is Quantum Gravity So Hard? And Why Did Stalin Execute the Man [Matvei Bronstein] Who Pioneered the Subject? (Gennady Gorelik, Guest Blog, Scientific American, 14 Jul 2011)
Why the world needs more Leo Szilards (Ashutosh Jogalekar, The Curious Wavefunction, Scientific American Blog Network, 18 Feb 2014)
Will Physicists Destroy the World? The Large Hadron Collider and the Threats of Catastrophe (Lloyd B. Lueptow, eSkeptic, 11 Nov 2009)
Winners of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry (Nobel Prize Internet Archive)
Winners of the Nobel Prize in Physics (Nobel Prize Internet Archive)
WiP Women in Physics (Purdue University)
Wolfgang Pauli, Carl Jung, and the Acausal Connecting Principle: A Case Study in Transdisciplinarity (Charlene P. E. Burns, Global Spiral, 8 Oct 2009)
Women in Physics (Rachel Ivie & Katie Stowe, AIP, 2000)
Women in Physics Group (Institute of Physics)
The World According to Wolfram (Brian Hayes, Computing Science, American Scientist 90:4, Jul-Aug 2002)
World Year of Physics 2005 (PSIgate)
World Year of Physics 2005: Einstein in the 21st Century
(International Union of Pure and Applied Physics et al.)
Your best unit (Robert P. Crease, Physics World, 2 Sep 2009)
The Yuri Orlov File (Svetlana Savranskaya & Tom Blanton, eds., et al, National Security Archive Electronic Briefing Book No. 482, 13 Aug 2014)




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