Physics for beginners

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... by Matthew Raspanti

About the author[edit]

Matthew Raspanti was born in 1924 in New York City but moved to Sicily as a child, where he eventually earned a doctorate in industrial engineering summa cum laude at the University of Palermo. He also earned a master's degree in electrical engineering at the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn in the United States, where he worked at Bell Labs for 35 years, most of that time as a department head. Since retiring he has written extensively on physics and philosophy.

For a discussion of how this book might be used, visit the PREFACE. If you wish to contribute to this resource, visit the Physics for beginners/Journal

Click for link to Physics for beginners as a single pdf file

Each entry below contains two links associated with a given chapter. The first (IN CAPS) goes to a subpage devoted to ancillary materials, and the second (pdf) goes to the cooresponding chapter of the book.

Useful images for paralles commentaries on "Physics for beginners"[edit]

Have you ever noticed that Wikipedia articles are so cluttered with information that nobody wants to read them? I believe it will be possible to create an arbitrary number of parallel commentaries on this book, each with a different theme. This is just a few of the images student and teachers could use to supplement Physics for beginners. To see more images, visit Physics for beginners/Journal

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