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Monday, September 16, 2013

Feynmann Lectures on Physics Are Online

Here, free, really. Caltech put 'em up.

And if you think you are not interested, I suggest you start with Chapter 3 - the relationship of physics to other sciences. Economics is not included as a science, and at this point I think that exclusion still stands.

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Oh, joyous day!
 
Of all the ugly languages out there math is the ugliest.
 
Speaking of physics, check out the 12-month moving average of industrial production.

Parabolic Industrial Production

It's following the path of a parabola with a 0.996 correlation.

I remember doing an experiment in the advanced physics lab in college. We were taking pictures of ping pong balls in flight to determine the parabola. Even in a controlled environment there was more noise than that!

That's what I love about this new economy and economics in particular. Everything seems to relate back to gravity in one form or another, lol. Sigh.

Forehead. Desk. Whack. Whack. Whack.

(That was just my forehead trying to deal with the gravity of our economic pickle.)
 
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