Books in my library related to the subjects discussed
Other Interesting Sites
References from within external resources to my documents
Literature and other Sites
Books in my library related to the subjects discussed are:
A Brief History of Time - From the Big Bang to Black Holes
by Stephan W.Hawking 1989
A Journey into Gravity and Spacetime
by John Archibald Wheeler
by Jean Meeus.
Astronomy and Cosmology - A modern course
by Fred Hoyle
Astronomy With your Personnel Computer
1990 by Peter Duffett-Smith.
CHANDRA - A Biography of S. Chandrasekhar
Computer Power and Human Reason
From Judgement to Calculation
Concepts of MASS in contemporary physics and philosophy
Cosmology and Controversy
Helge Kragh 1999
The historical development of two theories of the Universe.
Dark Matter Missing Planets & New Comets
by Tom van Flandern.
De Bouwstenen van de Schepping
by Gerard 't Hooft 1996
Een zoektocht naar het allerkleinste
Easy PC Astronomy
by Peter Duffett-Smith 1996.
Einstein's Theory of Relativity
Max Born - 1962 - Dover 0-486-60769-0.
Before you want to study what is right, please read this book.
Explanatory Supplement to the Astronomical Almanac
by P.K. Seidelmann
Gregoire Nicolis Ilya Prigorin
by James Binney and Michael Merrifield
by James Binney and Scott Tremaine
General Relativity - Second Edition
by Hans Stephani
An introduction to the theory of the gravitational field
Godel Escher Bach - An Eternal Golden Braid
Douglas R. Hofstater
A Metaphorical fugue on minds and machines in the spirit of Lewis Carroll.
by C.W. Misner, K.S. Thorne and J.A. Wheeler
Has Hawking Erred? - Introduction by Professor Jan Boeyens
by Gerard Kraus
A sceptical appraisal of his bestselling "A brief history of Time" revealing a major scientific fallacy
Home Is Where the Wind Blows
Chapters from a Cosmologist's Life
George A Bekey and Walter J. Karplus 1968
All about Analog Computers, Hybrid Computers and Numerical Simulations
In Search of Schrodinger's Cat
by John Gribbin 1988
Quantum Physics and Reality
by Jay W.Forrester 1972
The book to read if you want to simulate Industrial Processes
Intellectueel bedrog (Intellectual impostures)
Alan Sokal & Jean Bricmont
Postmedernisme, wetenschap en antiwetenschap
Introducing Einstein's Relativity
Includes very good exercises.
Leerboek der Natuurkunde
Onder redactie van Prof Dr. R. Kronig - Delft
Chaos in the Solar System
Newton's Principia, for the Common Reader
by S. Chandrasekhar
A great book by a genius about the work of a genius.
And if you fully understand it all you are a genius yourself.
Open Questions in Relativistic Physics
Edited by Franco Selleri 1998
Paul Davies 1988
Space, Superspace and Quantum Universe.
Charles Coulston Gillispie
A life in Exact Science.
Physics and Philosophy - The revolution in Modern Scinece
by Werner Heisenberg - Introduction by Paul Davies
by Daniel W.Weedman
Quasars, Redshifts and Controversies
by Halton Arp - 1987- Interstellar Media ISBN 0-941325-00-8
Seeing Red - Redshifts, Cosmology, and Academic Sciences
by Halton Arp
Six not-so-easy Pieces
by Richard P. Feynman
Einstein's Relativity, Symmetry, and Space-Time
by Mat Drummen and Jean Meeus.
by George Johnson
Murray Gell-Mann and the Revolution in Twentieth-Century Physics
Subtle is the Lord
by Abraham Pais
The science and life of Albert Einstein
The Arrow of Time
Peter Coveney & Roger Highfield.
The quest to solve science's greatest mystery.
The BIG BANG revised and updated edition
by Joseph Silk
The Cambridge Atlas of Astronomy - Second Edition
Edited by Joseph Audouze and Guy IsraŽl
The Emperors New Mind
by Roger Penrose
Concerning Computers, Minds, and the laws of Physics.
The Evolution of Scientific Thought from Newton to Einsten
A. d'Abro - 1950 - Dover 0-486-20002-7.
The Inflationary Universe
by Alan H. Guth
The Quest for a New Theory of Cosmic Origins.
The Quantum Theory and Reality
by Bernard d'Espagnat - Scientific American - November 1979 - page 128-140
The Quantum Theory of Fields - Volume I Foundations
The Quantum Theory of Fields - Volume II Modern Applications
Theories of Everything
by John D.Barrow
The Quest for ultimate explanation
UNIVERSE - Second Edition
by W.J. Kaufmann.
A very good introduction book about Astronomy
Was Einstein Right
Clifford M. Will 1995
Putting General Relativity to the test.
by Jay W.Forrester 1971
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Other Interesting Sites
Sites which addresses the same or similar subjects are (* implies URL error):
Alan Sokal, Professor of Physics, New York University
Our Ambassador to judge between Fake, Vague and Reality.
Albert Einstein Online
This site contains many links and lots of information about Albert Einstein.
Chaos Hypertextbook, Mathematics in the age of the computer
Explains Chaos in Detail.
Does Gravity Travel at the Speed of Light ?
Explains the issues but does not give the final answer between the similarities and differences between electrical and gravitational attraction.
EAAE International Homepage
European Association of Astronomy Education in Garching.
A book about the Laws of Physics by Plilip Gibbs.
Farce of Physic, The
This side expresses a lot of critique how science is conducted. The solution is the proposition that the speed of light is equal to c+v ...
Frequently Asked Questions - Sci.Astro
Everything about sci.astro and sci.space. Contains a link to Many-Worlds FAQ.
Frequently Asked Questions - Sci.Physics
Everything about physics. There exists part 1, part 2, part 3 and part 4.
Frequently Asked Questions - Sci.Skeptic
Starting point for people who are skeptic.
General Relativity around the world
This is a good starting point if you want to visit other sites which discuss Relativity, Physics, Astronomy and Super-computing.
General Relativity with John Baez
Everything you want to know about General Relativity including a tutorial.
The information supplied is clear and understandable. Has a direct link to
Halton C.Arp and Peculiar Galaxies
Are Quasars as a function of their speed and accordingly to Hubble's Law far away or not ?
Interaction-Free Measurements, The Tao of
All about, to
detect the presence of something, but with no photons hitting it.
ISA Standard Committees
SP88 Batch Control Systems.
Introduction to the Physics FAQ
General Physics, Special and General Relativity, Qauntum Mechanics and Cosmology.
Everything you want to know about almost everything.
Laws, rules, principles, effects, paradoxes, limits, constants, experiments & thought-experiments in physics.
California and Massachusetts Institutes of Technology - Gravity Waves
Many-Worlds Quantum Theory
MIT Haystack Observatory
This side performs many of the observations to prove the Relativity Theory.
NASA/MSU Center for Educational Resources (CERES)
site includes links to NASA astronomy resources and classroom lessons for K-12 teachers and students.
New and Alternative Theories of Physics
An excellent collection.
Physics 251 Lectures of 30 October 1995.
Notes on Relativity and Cosmology for PHY312
Donald Marolf Physics Department Syracuse University
* Physics Unbound
Home page is the table of contents to a physics text book in hypertext (HTML).
QBasic Link Page - Connor's
Q Basic compilers, programs etc etc.
Relativity on the World Wide Webb
Contains Special and General relativity links to: visualisation sites, tutorials, graduate courses etc etc.
Society for the Advancement of Autodynamics
This side portrays a new theory of relativity called AD.
Spanky Fractal Database
Contains a collection of fractals and fractal related material for free.
Speed of Gravity
Explains the issue but does not give the final answer between the similarities and differences between electrical and gravitational attraction.
Speed of Light - A Limit on Principle ?, The
Everything about Time and Space-Time by Laro Schatzer
Stephen W. Hawking
Theoretical Physics Fun
Time travel in Flatland. Solve the Einstein's Equations Yourself. Look through the Hubble Space Telescope.
A very good starting place to discover what science is all about.
Twin Paradox and the Lorentz Velocity Transformation, The
Physics 251 Lectures of 1 November 1995.
Visual Basic 6.0
Relativity and Twin paradox.
Devoted to Teaching and Learning Physics with World Wide Web Technology.
Foreign Links to Physics and Astronomy
Bonjour, site convernant l'Univers et l'…space
The planets are discussed and much more.
This site requires your special attention because the creator Matthew Shepard was murdered without any reason.
Neue wege in der physic
New methodes in Physics.
Sibirian branch, Russian Academy of Science
University of Uppsala, Physics.
Original: 18 March 2000
Modified: 4 August 2002
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Modified: 30 December 2014 - Links updated
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