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The Isaac Newton School Of Driving

Author : Barry Parker
ISBN : 0801874173
Genre : Mathematics
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Looks at every aspect of physics as it relates to automobiles, covering such topics as velocity, momentum, torque, aerodynamics, heat transfer, and magnetism.

Good Vibrations

Author : Barry Parker
ISBN : 9780801897078
Genre : Science
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Peppered throughout with anecdotes and examples illustrating key concepts, this invitingly written book provides a firm grounding in the actual and theoretical physics of music.

Fast Car Physics

Author : Chuck Edmondson
ISBN : 1421401142
Genre : Science
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From selecting shifting points to load transfer in car control and beyond, Fast Car Physics is the ideal source to consult before buckling up and cinching down the belts on your racing harness.

The Physics Of Basketball

Author : John J. Fontanella
ISBN : 0801889529
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Reddick do naturally the things that Isaac Newton says they should.

Concepts Of The Cosmos

Author : Barry R. Parker
ISBN : 0155128507
Genre : Science
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Inventing Iron Man

Author : E. Paul Zehr
ISBN : 9781421404882
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If you’ve ever wondered whether you have what it takes to be the ultimate human-machine hero, then this book is for you.

Death Rays Jet Packs Stunts And Supercars

Author : Barry Parker
ISBN : 0801882486
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Uses the world of James Bond to explain the principles of physics, reviews the top five Bond stunts, and includes discussion of such topics as whether the laser in Goldfinger would have cut Bond in half and if a wristwatch could actually unzip a woman's dress.

Priest Of Nature

Author : Rob Iliffe
ISBN : 9780199995370
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After Sir Isaac Newton revealed his discovery that white light was compounded of more basic colored rays, he was hailed as a genius and became an instant international celebrity. An interdisciplinary enthusiast and intellectual giant in a number of disciplines, Newton published revolutionary, field-defining works that reached across the scientific spectrum, including the Principia Mathematica and Opticks. His renown opened doors for him throughout his career, ushering him into prestigious positions at Cambridge, the Royal Mint, and the Royal Society. And yet, alongside his public success, Newton harbored religious beliefs that set him at odds with law and society, and, if revealed, threatened not just his livelihood but his life. Religion and faith dominated much of Newton's life and work. His papers, never made available to the public, were filled with biblical speculation and timelines along with passages that excoriated the early Church fathers. Indeed, his radical theological leanings rendered him a heretic, according to the doctrines of the Anglican Church. Newton believed that the central concept of the Trinity was a diabolical fraud and loathed the idolatry, cruelty, and persecution that had come to define religion in his time. Instead, he proposed a "simple Christianity"--a faith that would center on a few core beliefs and celebrate diversity in religious thinking and practice. An utterly original but obsessively private religious thinker, Newton composed several of the most daring works of any writer of the early modern period, works which he and his inheritors suppressed and which have been largely inaccessible for centuries. In Priest of Nature, historian Rob Iliffe introduces readers to Newton the religious animal, deepening our understanding of the relationship between faith and science at a formative moment in history and thought. Previous scholars and biographers have generally underestimated the range and complexity of Newton's religious writings, but Iliffe shows how wide-ranging his observations and interests were, spanning the entirety of Christian history from Creation to the Apocalypse. Iliffe's book allows readers to fully engage in the theological discussion that dominated Newton's age. A vibrant biography of one of history's towering scientific figures, Priest of Nature is the definitive work on the spiritual views of the man who fundamentally changed how we look at the universe.


Author : Alexander Kennedy
ISBN : 1535252839
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Kindle MatchBook - Buy the print version and get the Kindle book free! Isaac Newton is one of the chief architects of our world, the man whose life marked the definitive transition from the Dark Ages to the modern scientific era. His laws of motion and gravity laid the foundations for the entire discipline of physics, and his work on optics, color, thermodynamics, and the speed of sound greatly advanced their respective fields. Along the way, he co-invented calculus and built the first useful reflecting telescope. Yet this towering genius was also all too human, prone to lashing out at rivals, paranoia, and even nervous breakdowns. He secretly worked with alchemy and the occult even as his public experiments swept away the mysticism of the medieval age. In this compact, highly readable biography, Alexander Kennedy chronicles Newton in all his paradoxical glory: his insights along with his superstitions, his stinginess and cruelty along with his great gifts to the human race. As Kennedy describes Newton's penetrating experiments into the physical world, the reader comes to understand why Alexander Pope once wrote of this Father of Modern Science: "Nature and Nature's laws lay hid in night/ God said, 'Let Newton be!' and all was light..." "I do not know what I may appear to the world, but to myself I seem to have been only like a boy playing on the seashore, and diverting myself in now and then finding a smoother pebble or a prettier shell than ordinary, whilst the great ocean of truth lay all undiscovered before me." - Isaac Newton Buy Now to Discover: The wager that led to the most important book in scientific history. Concise, layman's explanations of Newton's scientific breakthroughs. How the Great Plague of 1665 contributed to the theory of universal gravitation. The truth behind Newton's troubled personal life and nervous breakdowns. Newton's obsessive search for the alchemical "philosopher's stone." Newton's friendship with pioneering astronomer Edmond Halley. The lasting legacy of Newton's writings. Buy Now and Read the True Story of Isaac Newton Thank you in advance for buying our book. We know you'll love it!

Newton S Tyranny

Author : David H. Clark
ISBN : 0716747014
Genre : Science
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Sir Isaac Newton personifies the triumph of scientific reason over ignorance, yet Newton was a deeply complex man who sometimes aggressively tried to obscure the intellectual achievements of others. This is the story of two men who felt the full wrath of the great man's hostility: the Reverend John Flamsteed, the first Astronomer Royal, and Stephen Gray, a humble dyer and amateur scientist. United not only by a love of science, but by a bitter and protracted conflict with Newton, the two men made significant contributions to science despite the obstacles that Newton placed in their path. Gray produced the first experiment in electrical communications, and Flamsteed pioneered observational astronomy and navigation. Drawing upon letters and historical documents, the authors recreate the British scientific community of the early 18th century, an era in which the crucible of science was often heated by Machiavellian intrigue, uncontrollable ambition, and larger-than-life personalities.--From publisher description.

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