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Advaced Lectures in Physics


Analysis, Manifolds and Physics : Part I
by Yvonne Choquet-Bruhat, Cecile Dewitt-Morette


Gauge Fields, Knots, and Gravity
(Series on Knots and Everything, Vol. 4)
by John C. Baez, Javier P. Muniain




Quarks, leptons & gauge fields
by Kerson Huang

Quantum Field Theory of Point Particles and Strings

(Frontiers in Physics, Vol 75) by Brian Hatfield


Supersymmetric Gauge Field Theory and String Theory
(Graduate Student Series in Physics)
by David Bailin, Alexander Love







FINE STRUCTURE CONSTANT


Luxon theory http://www.tardyon.de/
A new theory in which each particle with rest mass (tardyons) consists of particles with light velocity (luxons).

Bruce Harvey's Alternative Physics Site http://users.powernet.co.uk/bearsoft/index.html
He presents a consistent theory which explains the phenomena of Electromagnetism, Newtonian Mechanics, and Gravity (including a classical quantum theory).

Fine Structure Constant, alpha http://www.btinternet.com/~ugah174/
James G. Gilson's solution to Feynman's conjecture of a relation between alpha, the fine structure constant, and pi. A formula for alpha and some of its consequences.

Quantum Mechanics and Relativity http://www.mukesh.ws/
Alternate viewpoint on the "Double Slit Experiment" which is the experiment that started the moderen QM thought.

Randell Mills' Classical Quantum Theory http://www.blacklightpower.com/theory/theory.shtml
A theory of classical quantum mechanics (CQM) is derived from first principles that successfully applies physical laws on all scales.


	Modern Quantum Mechanics (2nd Edition)
by J. J. Sakurai

Holistic Quantum Cosmology http://www.rostra.dk/louis/
A new Quantum Theory which gives a unification of microcosmos with macrocosmos.

B. Catania's Work on Quantum Physics vs. Information Theory http://www.esanet.it/chez_basilio/physics.htm
Basilio Catania's work (papers & lectures) on Quantum Physics, Information Theory, Cosmology and Bible vs. Modern Science is presented.

Caroline Thompson's Physics http://freespace.virgin.net/ch.thompson1/
Online papers, essays and letters challenging fundamental physics and quantum theory.

Bill Hammel's Physics Pages http://graham.main.nc.us/~bhammel/physics.html
Spacetime dimension, considerations of finite dimensional variants of standard quantum theory, the nature of space and time, multiple concepts of time, all centered on the fundamental problem of quantum gravity.

The Recombination Principle: Mathematics of Decision and Perception http://www.orthuber.com
The proper time proves to be proportional to the sum of probabilities for return to the starting point.




The Theory of Cold Quantum(Counter Gravitation Theory) http://www.coldpressure.com.cn/
Existence of cold quantum pressure and hot counter pressure create cold quantum pressure

Development of SubQuantum Theory http://www.ltn.lv/~elefzaze
Author offers to take part in development of new subquantum paradigm!

Cosmology and the creation of Mass http://www.mu6.com/
The Big Tube and the String Theory

Theory of Analytical Space-Time http://cuisilong.itgo.com/
Theory of everything that unifies relativity and quantum mechanics.

Quantum Mathematics http://www.geocities.com/quantummathematics
New theory about the mathematical modelling of space.


Quantization of Gauge Systems
by Marc Henneaux, Claudio Teitelboim

Quantum Future Physics http://www.cassiopaea.org/quantum_future/qf.htm
Quantum Physics and Metaphysics. Comments, abstracts and papers on Event Enhanced Quantum Theory. Quantum Theory of single systems. Source Aurora/Cassiopaea. Author: Arkadiusz Jadczyk

Light Quantum Field http://lqfp.nease.net
An introduction to the new achievements in research on light/photon quantum physics and particle physics.

The Quantum Vortex by David Ash http://www.quantum-vortex.com
The cosmic vortex including the Quantum Vortex.Discovering electro-magnetic forces as vortex interactions, space-time as vortex energy, gravity as a vortex interaction of a new nuclear physics.

Time and Quantum Measurement http://www.c-parr.freeserve.co.uk/hcp/quantum.htm
Considering carefully the true nature of Time throws some light on the Quantum Measurement problem.

Treatise on Grava: A New Perspective on Cosmology http://www.grava-space.net/grava_thesis.htm
Presentation by Ray Cruz. Grava is an antithesis to string theory and proposes a 3D model of strings.




The Quantum Universe: An Information Systems Perspective http://critical-path.itgo.com/Articlesanscover.html
A brief, richly illustrated paper that weaves together recent thinking from several subject matter experts, and produces an interesting new theory about the nature of our perceived universe. Thought provoking material for both physicists and information systems professionals.

Experiment shows gamma-rays are not photons http://unquantum.com
An experiment using Cd109 gamma-rays violates principles of the photon. Extension of Planck's loading theory is applied to many famous experiments to explain illusion of particles.

My Ride Down Feynman's Drain. http://myridedownfeynmansdrain.netfirms.com/main.html
Diary of my failed attempt to solve Feynman's challenge.

Emission-Absorption-Scattering (EAS) Sub-quantum Physics http://www.ebicom.net/~rsf1/eas.shtml
A study of stochastic electrodynamics and the assymetrical braking action of bremsstrahlung.

Topics in Quantum Dynamics http://www.cassiopaea.org/quantum_future/topics.htm
In these lectures I will discuss the two kinds of evolution of quantum systems: continuous evolution of closed systems and stochastic evolution of open systems.







the Faraday Group http://www.msu.edu/~micheals
an association of alternative physicists who work together developing deterministic quantum mechanics; we present several models that require testing and professional appraisal

Quantum Theory and Wave/Particle Duality http://www.geocities.com/hotquanta/wpd.html
Repudiates Wave/Particle Duality and provides a new interpretation of Schroedinnger's equations.

One Christian's Perspective on Quantum Mechanics http://www.geocities.com/thirdgenerationphysics/
A student paper offers a provocative insight about motion that is inherently non-directional.

School of Quantum Metaphysical Enlightenment http://quantummetaphysics.info
This is a place where students are teachers and teachers are students. learn about the exciting new world of Quantum Metaphysics and learn to be a more enlightened person. All free!









Introduction to Superstrings and M-Theory (Graduate Texts in Contemporary Physics)
by Michio Kaku String Theory, Vol. 1 : An Introduction to the Bosonic String (Cambridge Monographs on Mathematical Physics)
by Joseph Polchinski, et al 	String Theory, Vol. 2 : Superstring Theory and Beyond (Cambridge
by Joseph Polchinski, et al




PARTICLE PHYSICS RESEARCH CENTERS



Stanford Linear Accelerator Center - SLAC http://www.slac.stanford.edu/
Design, construct and operate electron accelerators and related experimental facilities for use in high-energy physics and synchrotron radiation research. Includes publications, education, and facility tours.

How Do Physicists Study Particles? http://public.web.cern.ch/Public/Content/Chapters/AboutCERN/HowStudyPrtcles/HowStudyPrtcles-en.html
Resource from CERN. Provides information on the basics of accelerators and detectors.

Lawrence and the Cyclotron http://www.aip.org/history/lawrence/
Biography of Ernest Orland Lawrence, from the AIP Center for History of Physics which describes Lawrence's development of the cyclotron.

U.S. Particle Accelerator School http://uspas.fnal.gov/
Provides educational programs in the field of beams and their associated accelerator technologies. Includes programs, curriculum, and participating Universities.

MAX-lab, Lund University, Sweden http://www.maxlab.lu.se/
Electron accelerator laboratory for nuclear physics and synchrotron radiation research. Built around three storage rings and includes plan drawings, beamlines and machine status.




ISIS Pulsed Neutron and Muon Source http://www.isis.rl.ac.uk/
Supports an international community of scientists who use neutrons and muons for research. Includes an image gallery, information on the accelerator and target, and machine status.

Cyclotron Institute http://cyclotron.tamu.edu/
Conduct basic research and educate students in accelerater based science and technology. Features a range of data and diagrams on the K500 cyclotron facility, publications, and research.

World's Largest Particle Accelerator - CERN http://www.exploratorium.edu/origins/cern/
Features an aerial view and a slide show of the facilities, an interactive tour of the accelerators, and the scientists and their ideas.

Accelerator Form and Function http://www2.slac.stanford.edu/vvc/accelerator.html
Explains what they are used for, the different types, and how they work. A virtual tour from Stanford Linear Accelerator Center.

Collider-Accelerator Department http://www.bnl.gov/cad/
Responsible for the operation of a suite of accelerators used for experiments by Brookhaven National Laboratory. Features links to the individual accelerators with diagrams, photographs, and tours.




Very Large Hadrian Collider - VLHC http://www.vlhc.org/
Features design reports, civil construction, recent papers and presentations, meeting history, and picture gallery.

Principles of Charged Particle Acceleration http://www.fieldp.com/cpa/cpa.html
Digital version of the book by Stanley Humphries, Jr. Available for free download in zip or pdf format.

Argonne Wakefield Accelerator: AWA http://www.hep.anl.gov/pmalhotr/AWA/
Features an overview and plans of the facilities including linac, elecron gun, and control system. Includes publication archives and an animation of the dielectric transformer.

Dortmund Electron Test Accelerator - DELTA http://www.delta.uni-dortmund.de/home_e.html
Provides a range of information on the facility at the University of Dortmund. Includes data on the superconducting asymmetric wiggler and the first free electron laser experiment.

Tandem Van de Graaff Accelerator Facility http://tvdg10.phy.bnl.gov/index.html
Heavy ion accelerator providing a range of ion species for cosmic ray simulation, single event upset testing and ion irradiation and implantation. Includes examples of the type of work that is done at the facility.




Electron Accelerator ELSA http://www-elsa.physik.uni-bonn.de/index_en.html
ELSA Electron Stretcher and Accelerator, Physics Institute, Bonn University

AccelSoft Inc. http://www.ghga.com/accelsoft/
Markets and distributes software used for the design, simulation and performance analysis of particle accelerators. Includes product overviews, operating system information, and system requirements.

Accelerateur Groningen-ORsay - AGOR http://www.kvi.nl/~agorcalc/agorhome.htm
Provides a range of information on specifications, operating diagrams, and beams produced. Includes reports produced by the group, and related links.

Particle Accelerator News http://newton.ex.ac.uk/aip/catagories/particle_accelerators.html
Summaries of the latest advances in accelerator physics from the American Institute of Physics. Updated weekly.

Cornell Electron Positron Storage Ring - CESR http://w4.lns.cornell.edu/public/lab-info/cesr.html
Electron-positron collider with a circumference of 768 meters. Features information on the accelerator, synchrotron, and storage ring. Includes operation methods, diagrams and MPEG clips.















The Infancy of Particle Accelerators http://www-library.desy.de/elbooks/wideroe/WiE-BOOK.htm
Features the life and work of Rolf Wideröe authored by Pedro Waloschek. Full text with illustrations in HTML format.

University of Maryland Electron Ring - UMER http://www.ireap.umd.edu/ebte/ring/
Designed to investigate the physics of highly space-charge-dominated beams transported in a circular lattice. Features project overview, visitors guide, design, publications, and technical notes.

Superconducting Electron Linac - ELBE http://www.fz-rossendorf.de/ELBE/
Designed to produce quasi-continuous (cw) beams of high brilliance and low emittance. Includes facility layout and an overview of intended research projects.

JP Accelerator Works Inc http://www.jpaw.com/
Design, develop and service linear accelerators and their associated technology. Includes an overview of products and services, links to affiliated companies, and a section on how linear accelerators work.

Particle Accelerators http://www.bbc.co.uk/dna/h2g2/alabaster/A305407
Offers a brief history and basic descriptions of linear accelerators, cyclotrons, and synchrotrons. From the British Broadcasting Corporation.

Argonne National Laboratory (ANL) http://www.anl.gov/
Conducts research in four broad categories: basic science, scientific facilities, energy resources, and environmental management, with programs ranging from studies of the atomic nucleus to global climate change research.

CERN http://www.cern.ch/
European Laboratory for Particle Physics. Includes an introduction of the laboratory, information on experiments being conducted, publication archives, photos and press releases.

Spallation Neutron Source http://www.sns.gov/
The Spallation Neutron Source (SNS) will provide the most intense pulsed neutron beams in the world for scientific research and industrial development.

National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory http://www.nscl.msu.edu
National user facility located at Michigan State University, operating two coupled cyclotrons for basic research in nuclear science as well as accelerator and instrumentation research and development.

Joint Institute for Nuclear Astrophysics http://www.jinaweb.org
Physics Frontiers Center provides data and opportunities for research and education at the interface or nuclear physics and astrophysics




Wright Nuclear Structure Laboratory, Yale University http://wnsl.physics.yale.edu
DOE-funded accelerator laboratory for Nuclear Physics research.

Gesellschaft für Schwerionenforschung mbH, Darmstadt, Germany http://www.gsi.de
GSI is a heavy ion research center. The laboratory performs basic and applied research in physics and related natural science disciplines using a heavy ion accelerator facility.

MIT Bates Linear Accelerator Laboratory http://mitbates.mit.edu
A 1 GeV electron linear accelerator used in nuclear physics research.

Kernfysisch Versneller Instituut (KVI) http://www.kvi.nl/
Nuclear physics institute in Groningen, Netherlands, has AGOR cyclotron.

Holifield Radioactive Ion Beam Facility http://www.phy.ornl.gov/hribf/hribf.html
Devoted to low-energy nuclear structure and astrophysics research. Radioactive ions are produced by the K=105 Oak Ridge Isochronous Cyclotron (ORIC). The radioactive elements are injected into the 25 MV Tandem Accelerator producing beams of 0.1-10 MeV per nucleon for light nuclei and up to 5 MeV per nucleon for mass 80. These beams are ideal for research in nuclear astrophysics and nuclear structure.

Oak Ridge Electron Linear Accelerator Pulsed Neutron Source http://www.phy.ornl.gov/orela/orela.html
The ORELA is a powerful electron accelerator-based neutron source located in the Physics Division of Oak Ridge National Laboratory.

Neutron Sciences - Oak Ridge National Laboratory http://www.ornl.gov/ornlhome/neutron_sciences.shtml
Today at ORNL neutron research is conducted at the Oak Ridge Linear Accelerator and at the High Flux Isotope Reactor. Future research will be supported by the Spallation Neutron Source and by the Joint Institute for Neutron Sciences

DOE's Office of High Energy and Nuclear Physics http://www.er.doe.gov/henp/index.htm
Administers a $1 billion/year research program in the U.S. Most high energy and nuclear physics research is conducted using accelerators which produce beams of subatomic particles (e.g., protons and electrons) or nuclei moving essentially at the speed of light. When a beam is collided with another beam or a fixed target, new particles are created from the kinetic energy in the beam.

KFKI Research Institute for Particle and Nuclear Physics http://www.rmki.kfki.hu
A division of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Information on organisation, activities, publications, prizes and conferences.

United States Geological Survey TRIGA Nuclear Reactor http://geology.cr.usgs.gov/facilities/gstr/
A research reactor for the USGS. Assists in elemental composition determination of rock samples by neutron activation analysis.







Invariability Conditions of Motion Equations
of non-Abelian Gauge Fields
and Elimination of Higgs Mechanism









Ward Center for Nuclear Sciences, Cornell University http://www.osp.cornell.edu/vpr/ward/wcns.html
Neutron activation trace element analysis, neutron radiography, nuclear instrumentation testing, neutron induced auto-radiography of paintings.

Californium User Facility for Neutron Science http://www.ornl.gov/sci/nuclear_science_technology/cuf/
Established to promote research and applications of 252Cf by taking advantage of the existing Californium Facility Infrastructure.

European Synchrotron Radiation Facility http://www.esrf.fr/
Includes an introduction of this facility and the scientific applications thereof, publications, and a user guide.

Chicago IL: Argonne Advanced Photon Source (APS) http://www.aps.anl.gov/
operated by The University of Chicago under contract with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)

USA, Upton, NY: National Synchrotron Light Source (NSLS) http://www.nsls.bnl.gov/
at Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL)

MicroWorlds http://www.lbl.gov/MicroWorlds/
An interactive educational tour of current research at Berkeley Lab's Advanced Light Source.

Advanced Light Source (ALS) http://www-als.lbl.gov/
Includes information about the organization, related news, a newsletter, user guide and current operational status information.


Impact of Tracker Design on Higgs and Slepton Measurements
2005 International Linear Collider Workshop
at Stanford Instrumentation and Detectors





MAX-lab, Lund University, Sweden http://www.maxlab.lu.se/
MAX-lab National Research Laboratory for Nuclear Physics and Synchrotron Radiation Research.

Germany, Hamburg: Hamburger Synchrotronstrahlungslabor HASYLAB http://www-hasylab.desy.de/index.htm
at DESY

Louisiana State University: Center for Advanced Microstructures and Devices http://www.camd.lsu.edu/
Includes technical information on the beamlines, beam schedules, events, downloadable forms, a user guide to the microfabrication facility, and newsletters.

Synchrotron Light Sources of the World http://www-als.lbl.gov/als/synchrotron_sources.html
Hyperlinked list maintained by The Advanced Light Source (ALS), a division of Berkeley Lab.

Daresbury Synchrotron Radiation Source http://www.srs.ac.uk/srs/
Includes information on ways to obtain access, related news, regulations, operational status and brief descriptions of its research and support groups.



Resolution of Nearly Mass Degenerate Higgs Bosons
and Production of Black Hole Systems
of Known Mass at a Muon Collider








Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Laboratory http://www-ssrl.slac.stanford.edu/welcome.html
Includes descriptions of research being undertaken, technical parameters and a user guide, and administrative information.

Trieste Italy: Elettra Synchrotron Light Source http://www.elettra.trieste.it/
Facility information. Includes virtual tour, guides, events and scientific highlights.

Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Source http://www.chess.cornell.edu/
Includes an introduction to the facility and basic experimental design information, information for users and research activity reports, and system operational status.

Synchrotron Radiation Center http://www.src.wisc.edu/
Part of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Includes information on its background, related news, a user guide, operational parameters and a list of related publications.

PF photon factory http://pfwww.kek.jp/
Japane Synchrotron research centre.



Phantom of Higgs Boson Versus Hierarchy of Stationary States
of Superhigh Energies





SPring-8 English Homepage http://www.spring8.or.jp/e/
SPring-8 is the world's largest third-generation synchrotron radiation facility.

DARTS http://www.darts.ac.uk/
Analytical research targeted solutions at Daresbury, Cheshire.

Japan, Harima Science Park City, SPring-8 http://www.spring8.or.jp
Japanese 3rd generation synchrotron radiation facility

Canadian Light Source http://www.cls.usask.ca/
Home page for the Canadaian Light Source, a 3rd generation synchrotron in Saskatoon, Saskachewan, Canada.

Germany, Berlin: Berliner Elektronenspeicherring-Gesellschaft für Synchrotronstrahlung m.b.H. (BESSY) http://www.bessy.de/
Describes the accelerator, experiments, news, and researchers and administrators.




National Synchrotron Radiation Research Center http://www.nsrrc.org.tw
The NSRRC Taiwan, is the first third-generation synchrotron facility built in Asia with world-class facility and state-of-the-art research capabilities in the vacuum-ultraviolet and both hard and soft X-ray energy regions.

Switzerland, Villigen: Swiss Light Source (SLS) http://sls.web.psi.ch
at Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI)

ISA http://www.isa.au.dk/
ISA is a Danish National Laboratory where research is carried out in Physics, Chemistry, Materials Science and Biology using accelerators and storage rings.

Laboratoire pour Utilisation du Rayonnement Electromagnetique (LURE) http://www.lure.u-psud.fr/LURE_eng/welcome_eng.htm
Includes introductory information about this facility in France, staff lists, research proposal and visit information.
Synchrotron Light Source ANKA http://hikwww1.fzk.de/anka/
Synchrotron light facility the ANKA




DELTA, Uni Dortmund http://www.delta.uni-dortmund.de/home_e.html
DELTA 1.5 GeV electron accelerator facility at the University of Dortmund, Germany.

Dubna ELectron SYnchrotron,JINR,Russia http://www.jinr.ru/delsy/
DELSY project is third-generation synchrotron radiation (SR) source

Lyncean Technologies, Inc. http://www.lynceantech.com
Lyncean Technologies, Inc. is developing a compact light source for high resolution synchrotron imaging.

Ritsumeikan University SR Center http://www.ritsumei.ac.jp/se/d11/index-e.html
Ritsumeikan University SR Center, Japan.

China: Beijing Synchrotron Radiation Facility http://www.friends-partners.org/oldfriends/china/ins/IHEP/bsrf/bsrf.html
An abstract containing information on the technical specifications of these facilities.

The Synchrotron Radiation WWW Database http://srs.dl.ac.uk/SRWORLD/
A full list of synchrotron facilities, maintained at the Daresbury Laboratory.











EDUCATIONAL INFORMATION





ATLAS Educational Information http://atlasexperiment.org/
The ATLAS Experiment is to be carried out at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), a particle accelerator facility of the CERN Laboratory in Geneva, Switzerland. Website is intended for people of all ages who are curious about fundamental particles and forces as well as about particle research.

ABC's of Nuclear Science http://www.lbl.gov/abc/
A comprehensive introduction to nuclear science-- antimatter, beta rays, cosmic radiation, radioactivity, the difference between fission and fusion, and the structure of the nucleus, for starters. Site also provides access to reference and teaching materials and experiments. From Lawrence Berkeley National Labs. Uses frames.

Fermilab Education http://www-ed.fnal.gov/
For students, educators, visitors.

The Particle Adventure http://particleadventure.org
An award-winning site from the Particle Data Group at Lawrence Berkeley National Labs. "A tour of the inner workings of the atom."

SLAC Visitor Center http://www2.slac.stanford.edu/vvc/
Information provided by SLAC for informing the general public about particle physics.




Fusion Energy Education http://FusEdWeb.pppl.gov/
Leads to several excellent resources which teach about fusion.

The Science of Particle Physics http://www.fnal.gov/pub/inquiring/physics/
Overview of elementary particle physics experiments and research at Fermilab.

Visual Quantum Mechanics http://phys.educ.ksu.edu/
Instructional units that introduce quantum physics to high school and college students who do not have a background in modern physics or higher level math using interactive computer programs and digital multimedia in an activity based environment.

Antimatter: Mirror of the Universe http://livefromcern.web.cern.ch/livefromcern/antimatter/
A thorough discussion covering all aspects of antimatter.

The Internet Plasma Physics Education Experience (IPPEX) http://ippex.pppl.gov/
The site "allows students and teachers to participate remotely in scientific research at [America's] largest fusion energy laboratory." Requires Java-capable browser and Shockwave plug-in to be able to use the excellent educational modules. Also has an "ask the expert" forum for fusion-related questions.




Contemporary (Nuclear) Physics Education Project (CPEP) http://www.cpepweb.org/
A product of teachers, educators, and physicists located around the world. Charts, brochures, web features, and classroom activities present the current understanding of cosmic rays, radiation, particle physics, fission, fusion, and similar topics. Award-winning site.

U.S. Fusion Energy Sciences Program http://wwwofe.er.doe.gov/
A very comprehensive U.S. Department of Energy site related to fusion research. Provides a large number of links to institutions and organizations, and there is a special fusion education section too.

General Atomics Fusion Group Educational Home Page http://fusioned.gat.com/
resources for teachers and students; links to a more technical GAT fusion site

Atom Builder http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/aso/tryit/atom/
A shockwave application that allows the user to add up and down quarks to a hydrogen nucleus to create a carbon nucleus.

Meltdown at Three Mile Island, a Documentary http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/amex/three/
Companion site to the PBS show of the same name. Covers "How a Nuclear Reactor Works" and "What Happened," showing the series of events that took place on March 28, 1979. Useful for a quick lesson about Three Mile Island. Also has teacher's guide to the show and a link for ordering the video. Requires Java-enabled browser.




Perspective on Plasmas http://www.plasmas.org
Educational information on plasma applications including controlled fusion.

Timeline of the Nuclear Age http://www.nuclearfiles.org/menu/timeline/
A chronological record of the nuclear age: links to people, documents and educational units. Explore political and ethical dilemmas of the Nuclear Age.

FAQ about Fusion Research http://FusEdWeb.pppl.gov/FAQ/fusion-faq.html
The FAQ (from Princeton Plasma Physics Lab) is not very extensive, but it has an impressive Glossary.

Fusion FAQ Glossary http://fusedweb.pppl.gov/Glossary/glossary.html
USENET FAQ glossary on fusion energy.

Nuclear Science and Technology and How It Influences Your Life http://www.aboutnuclear.org/
Covers five major application fields: food irradiation, industry, medicine, space, and electricity.




Nuclear Power Plant Demonstration http://www.ida.liu.se/~her/npp/demo.html
Java applet of a basic nuclear power plant. Try to keep the reactor running safely under various failure scenarios.

Fermilabyrinth http://www-ed.fnal.gov/projects/labyrinth/
A collection of Web-based games and activities to develop an understanding of the operations and experiments that take place in the Fermilab accelerator and detector halls and the scientific ideas they explore. Has a special section for teachers.

Big Bang Science http://hepwww.rl.ac.uk/pub/bigbang/part1.html
Site seeks to explain the origins of matter and current high-energy research regarding the conditions of the early universe. The information presented here is published in booklet form by the Particle Physics and Astronomy Research Council (PPARC).

Life, the Universe and the Electron http://www.sciencemuseum.org.uk/on-line/electron/
An exhibition to celebrate the centenary of the discovery of the electron--A collaboration between the Science Museum, London, and the Institute of Physics

Leptons http://www2.slac.stanford.edu/vvc/theory/leptons.html
Introductory information on leptons (electrons, muons, taus, and neutrinos).




OnScreen Particle Physics http://www.onscreen-sci.com/
A simulation for Mac and Windows 95/98/NT that allows even beginning students to experience what real particle physics experiments are like. Demo versions available for download.

FusEdWeb http://FusEdWeb.llnl.gov/
Fusion Energy Educational Web Site at LLNL

CHESS X-ray Visions http://www.chess.cornell.edu/pubs/xrybrchr/
Celebration of 100 years since the discovery of X-rays. Elaborates on uses of x-rays and details the research conducted with the CHESS synchrotron located below the Cornell campus.

Decays http://www2.slac.stanford.edu/vvc/theory/decays.html
Introductory information on particle decays produced by the Stanford Linear Accelerator.

Introduction to Particle Physics http://blueflag.phys.yorku.ca/yhep/main.html
Beginners guide to particle physics.




Classical & Statistical Thermodynamics & Mechanics Educational Sites http://tigger.uic.edu/~mansoori/Thermodynamics.Educational.Sites_html
A collection of resources gathered by the Thermodynamics Research Laboratory at the University of Illinois at Chicago.

What is the Higgs Boson? http://www.sciam.com/askexpert_question.cfm?articleID=00043456-7089-1C71-9EB7809EC588F2D7
From Scientific American: Ask the Experts: Physics.

Nuclear Power http://www.phy6.org/stargaze/Snuclear.htm
Overviews the principles of nuclear fission and its use to generate power, why uranium can be fissioned, n/p ratio and delayed neutrons, moderators, also Chernobyl and 3-Mile Island.

GCSE Physics: Radioactivity http://www.gcse.com/radio/rad.htm
Simple, concise introductory tutorials about radioactivity and atoms.

Virtual Radioactivity Lab http://home.earthlink.net/~mmc1919/halflife.html
Explore radioactive decay and half-life with radioactive sources, screens and a geiger detector.




Reflections on Matter http://molaire1.club.fr/e_plan.html
Atoms to quarks, quantum physics, the big bang, and newer theories about matter.

Learning Science with Computer Assistance: Physics Topics http://www.alphalink.com.au/~vmck/
A set of simulations to illustrate the historical models of atomic structure and the behavior of light.

"God Particle" Possibly Discovered http://www.jupiterscientific.org/sciinfo/higgs.html
A report on one of the potentially most important discoveries of the new millennium, along with a summary of the standard model of particle physics.

Fusion: Physics of a Fundamental Energy Source: http://fusedweb.llnl.gov/CPEP/Chart.html
An introduction to the principles of fusion geared towards high school students. Posters in various languages also available for download or ordering.

Tau Decay Physics http://www.lns.cornell.edu/public/CLEO/CLEO3/cleo3/proposal/subsection3_3_3.html
Summary of decay modes and their probabilities.




How Stuff Works: How Atom Smashers Work http://www.howstuffworks.com/atom-smasher.htm
Tutorial with 28 color illustrations and photographs looks at these amazing devices and how the results they obtain tell us about the fundamental structure of matter, the forces holding it together and the origins of the universe.

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Cycles, Transfers, and Motivic Homology Theories

by Vladimir Voevodsky, Andrei Suslin, and Eric M. Friedlander, Annals of Mathematics Studies, No. 143,

Princeton University Press, NJ, 254 pages, ISBN 0-691-04815-0

When thinking about this book, three questions come to mind: What are mo-

tives? What is motivic cohomology? How does this book fit into these frameworks?

Let me begin with a very brief answer to these questions. The theory of motives

is a branch of algebraic geometry dealing with algebraic varieties over a fixed field

k. The basic idea is simple: enlarge the category of varieties into

one which is abelian, meaning that it resembles the category of abelian groups: we

should be able to add morphisms, take kernels and cokernels of maps, etc. The

objects in this enlarged category are to be called motives, whence the notion of the

motive associated to an algebraic variety.

Any reasonable cohomology theory on varieties should factor through this cate-

gory of motives. Even better, the abelian nature of motives allows us to do homo-

logical algebra. In particular, we can use Ext groups to form a universal cohomology

theory for varieties. Not only does this motivate our interest in motives, but the

universal property also gives rise to the play on words "motivic cohomology".

Different ways of thinking about varieties leads to different classes of motives

and different aspects of the theory. And each aspect of the theory quickly leads us

into conjectural territory.

The best understood part of the theory is the abelian category of pure motives.

This is what we get by restricting our attention to smooth projective varieties, iden-

tifying numerically equivalent maps and taking coefficients in the rational numbers

Q. The pure motives of smooth projective varieties are the analogues of semisimple

modules over a finite-dimensional Q-algebra. The theory of pure motives is related

to many deep unsolved problems in algebraic geometry, via what are known as the

standard conjectures.

At the other extreme, we have the most general part of the theory of motives,

obtained by considering all varieties and taking coefficients in the integers Z...

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