° Erks Einstein Pages This corner
of the relativity site has probably the largest collection of
Einstein's writings on relativity that you'll find anywhere on the
internet (typed outby yours truly), including Einstein's Relativity book!.
General Relativity Around the World.
This site is a hotlist of Internet resources that are concerned with
relativity such as physics, astrophysics, astronomy, and so on. It
includesl inks to publications, research labs, organizations, and
Modern Relativity: Over 50
sections explaining derivations in general relativity. Has a special
relativity subsection, message board, chat room, and links.
Time Traveler (Hot Science). Play
this time traveler game to see the so-called "twin paradox" in action.
(Shockwave). The speed of light is constant...but only out in space.
Find out how the speed of light can change here on Earth.
Relativity and the Cosmos:Noted
physicist and science writer Alan Lightman describes how Einstein's
General Theory of Relativity laid the foundation for cosmology.
° (Dutch) PhilosophÊ
& Principia: over de aard van de
werkelijkheid; met o.a. een natuurkundige visie op de structuur van de
& Quanta A fascinating tour of the
Universe with emphasis on the convergence of modernscience and ancient
mysticism. Contains intriguing discussions on physics, cosmology, and
Vedanta, and beautiful image galleries which include the latest space
photos, fractal graphics, and ray-traced dreamscapes.
ComputationThe Physcmp group at Caltech
presents not only a description of their own project work, but also a
full list of online computer science resources. Documentation about
making queries is available.
Alan D. Sokal Home page of Alan Sokal, professor of physics at New York
University, including all relevant texts, debates, commentaries and
links in connection with the controversy which arose in 1996 after the
publication of his article `Transgressing the boundaries: towards a
transformative hermeneutics of quantum gravity' in the American journal
Social Text. The article appeared to be a a parody on the
mystifications of French postmodern ideologists and their American
followers. Recently the debate flamed up with the appearance of the
book `Impostures intellectuelles', written by Alan Sokal and Jean
Bricmont (1997). The texts are available in HTML-, some in Postscript
,-and some in ASCII-format.
Socratus.com: a book on the relation between physics and religion.
Space Time Mass hiomepage: A new
look at the UniverseLizandro Reyna, Frank Ghassemi and Julian F.
Sparrow of Sacred Earth University presented a theory to the American
Physical Society in Long Beach, California in April 2000, San Francisco
in 1989, Washington DC in 1990, and Columbus, Ohio in 1998.This theory
proposes a solution for the missing mass of the universe. It
states that the very fabric of space-time is another state of matter,
hence it has equivalent mass. Therefore the massive fabric of
space-time fills the entire emptyness of the universe.
Stephen Hawking: Everything you
could ever want to know about Stephen Hawking... Not quite. But close.
Includes several articles and lectures.