Science. Here are some science texts which might be quite useful
for a number of school papers and research assignments.
GRAND.ZIP Tutorial on Unified Field Theory
FEYNMAN.PHY From the Feynman Lectures on Physics p 1-2
PARTICLS.SCI As stated above, massless particles all travel at c.
PHYSCSXA.ZIP This disk contains a hypertext, graphics-oriented, physics tutorial which develops a unique 'PHYSICS PROPERTY CHART' analogous to the chemical periodic table.
VACUUM.SCI QUANTUM FLUCTUATIONS OF EMPTY SPACE: A NEW ROSETTA STONE OF PHYSICS?
FEYNMAN.ZIP Richard Feynman on Pro's and Con's of 'the Shuttle.'
INFO_EXP.ZIP A fascinating and thought provoking article about the 'info highway': Are We Informing Ourselves to Death?
TSCI8N16.ZIP The Scientist, v8n16, August 22, 1994. RU486 patent rights transfered, applied Chaos theory, science watchdogs, trends in structural biology, mutations & Alzheimer's disease, and more
TSCI8N17.ZIP The Scientist, v8n17, Sept. 05, 1994 Career choices in medicine, ethics in science, animal rights, research rpts.
TSCI8N18.ZIP The Scientist, v8n18, Sept. 19, 1994 Clinal trial woes, Linus Pauling obit, drugs from the ocean, report on geomagnetic polarity time scale, and more news.
TSCI8N19.ZIP The Scientist, v8n19, Oct. 3, 1994 Ethics report on the human genome initiative ready, the future of academic science, race differences research, reports on cell growth research, more..
TSCI8N20.ZIP The Scientist, v8n20, Oct. 17, 1994 Cancer research funding at risk, gerontology research underfunded?, essay on Robert K. Merton, biomedical research on aging maturing, report on new g
TSCI8N21.ZIP The Scientist, v8n21, Oct. 31, 1994 1995 US budget puts cloud on research funding, supercomputing in Hawaii, Aids organizations unifying, Clinton administration shifts away from nuclear
TSCI8N22.ZIP The Scientist, v8n22, Nov. 14, 1994 Healthcare reform still moving forward, Gallo's 10th annual AIDS lab meeting, will smallpox stores be destroyed?, interview with Robert Gallo, scienc
TSCI8N23.ZIP The Scientist, v8n23, Nov. 28, 1994 New life for embryo research, Merck sponsors science-education reform, Biosphere 2 under new management, Clinton-Gore anti-technology according to pr
TSCI8N24.ZIP The Scientist, v8n24, Dec. 12, 1994 DNA database access dispute, symposium honors Carl Sagan on 60th birthday, young scientists underfunded, making scientific presentations,
AIP149.ZIP Physics News Update, No. 149, 10-28-93
AIP150.ZIP Physics News Update, No. 150, 11-05-93
AIP151.ZIP Physics News Update, No. 151, 11-15-93
AIP152.ZIP Physics News Update, No. 152, 11-19-93
AIP153.ZIP Physics News Update, No. 153, 11-29-93
AIP155.ZIP Physics News Update, No. 155, 11-13-93
AIP159.ZIP Physics News Update, No. 159, 01-06-94
AIP161.ZIP Physics News Update, No. 161, Jan. 24, 1994 Gamma Ray Bursts, Picokelvin Temperatures achieved in rhodium nuclei, and the Clementine Spacecraft to be launched.
ALIFE117.ZIP Artificial Life Digest, No. 117, Jan 30, 94 Tierra update, AAAI94 Workshop, IlliGAL announcement, & calender of events
ALIFE118.ZIP Artificial Life Digest, No. 118, Jan 30, 94 3rd International BEAM Robot Games, AI Symposium, Free E-Mag on Intelligent computing, EEG Models: Chaotic and Linear, and more.
FYI10-94.ZIP American Institute of Physics, FYI, No. 10, Jan. 26, 1994. NSF Solicits Proposals for Research Instrumentation.
FYI2-94.ZIP 'For Your Information' Science News, No. 2, Jan. 5, 1994, American Physical Institute.
FYI5-94.ZIP For-Your-Information Science, No. 5, 1-13-94 'Two Recent Reports Examine Science Education'
NSFOCEAN.ZIP National Science Foundation Support of Ocean Sciences: An Informal Guide. 1-12-94. NSF 93-163.
PNU160.ZIP Physics News Update, No. 160,3 1-14-94. Hubble Space Telescope Fixed, Galaxy M81 Lacks Dark Matter, Gamma-Ray flashes In Earth's Atmosphere, and Solar Chromosphere Colder Than Thought
PR9353.ZIP South Pole Researchers Observe Early Structure of the Universe, July 15, 1993. National Science Foundation Press Release.
PR9355.ZIP Field of Molecular Evolution Advanced by New Agreement, July 15, 1993. National Science Foundation Press Release.
PR9357.ZIP National Science Foundation (NSF) press release on research: 'World's Deepest Ice Core Through Greenland Ice Sheet Yields Unique Climate Archive.' June 29, 1993.
PR9358.ZIP NSF press release: 'Using Fossil Molluscs to Date 'Climatic Optimum' With Accelerator Mass Spectrometry' Aug. 3, 1993.
PR9386.ZIP Skin Cancer Incidence, Ultraviolet Radiation Benchmarks Set. NSF PR 93-86, Dec. 18, 1993.
PR9387.ZIP Deepest Ozone Hole Matched by Record Ultraviolet Radiation over Anatartica. NSF PR93-87, Nov. 18, 1993.
PR9388.ZIP National Science Board Approves Creation of National Nanofabrication Users Network, NSF PR 93-88, Nov. 22, 1993
PR9389.ZIP Disease Resistance Gene Cloned From Tomato Plant. NSF PR 93-89, Nov. 25, 1993.
PR9390.ZIP Expert Panels Calls for 'New Culture' of Fed. Educ. Programs in Science, Math, Engineering & Technology Report. NSF PR93-90
PR9391X.ZIP Preliminary Results of Research on El Nino Reported at 93 AGU Fall Meeting. NSF Press Release 93-91, Dec. 3, 1993
91_899.ZIP U.S. Department of Education document on 'Helping Your Child Learn Science.' August 1991.
CHEMPICS.ZIP Chemistry-related clip art
EVOSCIEN.ZIP THE EVOLUTION OF SCIENCE AND SCIENCE EDUCATION This is the second part of two parts from the address given at the Science Teacher of Missouri Spring Conference 1992, Rolla, Missouri
EYEDX.ZIP Diagnose different eye diseases
PEN94AIP.ZIP Physics Education News -- the electronic newsletter of the American Institute of Physics. Includes Jan thru Sept 94 issues (2 per month).
PNU94AIP.ZIP Physics News Update -- a digest of physics news items by Phillip F. Schewe, American Institute of Physics. 1994 issues through No. 187, July 11, 1994. Information gleaned from the scien
SAGANSCI.DOC Carl Sagan and scientism by Dr. Menton
SCIDEMO.ZIP 208 quick & easy demonstrations you can do to illustrate scientific principles.
SCIENTST.JRN Info on new newspaper for scientists
THESCIEN.ZIP Overview & purpose of 'The Scientist', a biweekly international tabloid newspaper for research scientists, managers, and administrators in industry, academia & government. Now distribut
TSCI7N1.ZIP The Scientist, V7, N1, 01-11-93
TSCI7N10.ZIP The Scientist, V7, N10, 05-17-93
TSCI7N11.ZIP The Scientist, V7, N11, 05-31-93
TSCI7N12.ZIP The Scientist, V7, N12, 07-07-93
TSCI7N16.ZIP The Scientist, Vol.7, No. 16, Aug. 23, 1993
TSCI7N17.ZIP The Scientist, V.7, N.17, Sept 6, 1993 Etext version (no pictures or photos) of publication for scientists. Features news from all areas of science: people, discoveries, funding, and is
TSCI7N18.ZIP The Scientist, V.7, N.18, Sept 20, 1993
TSCI7N19.ZIP The Scientist, V.7, N.19, Oct 4, 1993
TSCI7N2.ZIP The Scientist, V7, N2, 01-25-93
TSCI7N20.ZIP The Scientist, V.7, N.20, Oct 18, 1993
TSCI7N21.ZIP The Scientist, V.7, N.21, Nov 1, 1993
TSCI7N22.ZIP The Scientist, V.7, N.22, Nov 15, 1993
TSCI7N23.ZIP The Scientist, Vol.7, No. 23, Nov. 29, 1993
TSCI7N24.ZIP The Scientist, Vol.7, No. 24, Dec. 13, 1993
TSCI7N3.ZIP The Scientist, V7, N3, 02-08-93
TSCI7N4.ZIP The Scientist, V7, N4, 02-22-93
TSCI7N5.ZIP The Scientist, V7, N5, 03-08-93
TSCI7N6.ZIP The Scientist, V7, N6, 03-22-93
TSCI7N7.ZIP The Scientist, V7, N7, 04-05-93
TSCI7N8.ZIP The Scientist, V7, N8, 04-19-93
TSCI7N9.ZIP The Scientist, V7, N9, 05-03-93
TSCI8N06.ZIP The Scientist, V8, N6, 3-21-94. Alternative medicine, Mary Lasker obit, and other science news.
TSCI8N07.ZIP The Scientist, V8, N7, 4-04-94. Biotechnology and U.S. healthcare, list of 10 most cited papers in 1993, and more.
TSCI8N08.ZIP The Scientist, V8, N8, 4-18-94. $900,000 settlement in sex-discrimination lawsuit again medical center, Dyson receives award
TSCI8N09.ZIP The Scientist, V8, N9, 05-2-94. The online revolution for science, Jean-Claude Vial discusses his paper on visiblelight emission from porous silicon, US science budget down, etc.
TSCI8N1.ZIP The Scientist, Vol 8, No. 1 for Jan. 10, 1994
TSCI8N10.ZIP The Scientist, V8, N10, 5-16-94. 2nd part of series on science on the Internet, SETI project continues, dialoguing between science and religion, and more.
TSCI8N11.ZIP The Scientist, V8, N11, 5-30-94. Animal research report draws criticism form both sides, heat-loving microbes may offer clue to Earth's origins, etc. etc,
TSCI8N12.ZIP The Scientist, V8, N12, 6-13-94. Science in the courtroom, job searching for the scientist, Nelkin expresses concern over genetic research, and more.
TSCI8N2.ZIP The Scientist, V8, N2, Jan. 24, 1994
TSCI8N3.ZIP The Scientist, V8, N3, Feb 7, 1994
TSCI8N4.ZIP The Scientist, V8, N4, Feb. 21, 1994
TSCI8N5.ZIP The Scientist, V8, N5, March 7, 1994
WINDOT.ZIP DotPlot - prgm for graphical comparison of nucleic acid & protein sequences for IBM PC. Ver. 1.0 for Windows. 5-31-93
WN931119.ZIP Bob Park's 'What's New In Science' American Physical Society, Nov. 19, 1993.
WN931203.ZIP Bob Park's 'What's New In Science' American Physical Society, Dec. 03, 1993.
WN931210.ZIP Bob Park's 'What's New In Science' American Physical Society, Dec. 10, 1993.
WN931217.ZIP Bob Park's 'What's New In Science' American Physical Society, Dec. 17, 1993.
WN931231.ZIP Bob Park's 'What's New In Science' American Physical Society, Dec. 13, 1993.
WN940107.ZIP Bob Park's 'What's New In Science' American Physical Society, Jan. 7, 1994.
WN940114.ZIP What's New in Physics, Jan. 14, 1994. Judy Franz accepts APS post, SETI goes private!, Alternative sciences update..
WN940121.ZIP What's New in Physics, Jan. 21, 1994. George Brown announces candidacy for reelection, Robert Roe recincarnated as lobbyist, Panel calls for declassification, and more.
WN940128.ZIP APS's What's New in Science by Robert Park Jan. 28, 1994.
WN940204.ZIP APS's What's New in Science by Robert Park Feb. 4, 1994.
WN940211.ZIP APS's What's New in Science by Robert Park Feb. 11, 1994.
WN940225.ZIP APS's What's New in Science by Robert Park Feb. 25, 1994.
WN940311.ZIP APS's What's New in Science by Robert Park March 11, 1994.
WN940318.ZIP APS's What's New in Science by Robert Park March 18, 1994.
WN940403.ZIP APS's What's New in Science by Robert Park March 4, 1994
TSCI8N13.ZIP The Scientist, V8, N13
KSTAT4.ZIP KWIKSTAT DATA ANALYSIS v4.0 [ASP] - Allow you to analyze and graph business and scientific data. 1992 SIA Award winner. 10,000+ registered users.
DRAKE.ZIP Drake's Equation - context with ET life
GAF100B.ZIP Fuzzy logic, also known as imprecise reasoning, allows us solving problems with fuzzy boundaries as we handle daily routines.
POLAR.ZIP A Little Geometry
ROMAN.CAL 'By the eleventh century, consecutive counting of days from the beginning of the month came into use.'
CHAOS.ZIP Defining Chaos
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Science. Here are some science texts which might be quite useful for a number of school papers and research assignments.