Monthly Archives: July 2012

Does voice matter?

As I was reading Shawn Cornally’s post on why the Rubik’s Cube team is trying to win a Nobel Prize tonight, I could hear him through it. All thanks to his wonderful appearance at a Global Physics Department meeting, I … Continue reading

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What is physics?

Earlier today, I tweeted the following: do modeling students think physics is making/updating models or that physics is the particular models they study? #physicsed — Andy Rundquist (@arundquist) July 14, 2012 I've just been reflecting on how few practicing physicists … Continue reading

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