Physics for beginners
... by Matthew Raspanti
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.
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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"
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