The best physics websites

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5 Responses to “The best physics websites”

  1. Ito Kagehisa says:

    I rather like Bill Beatty’s site, myself.

    http://amasci.com/

  2. loz says:

    I would have put sixtysymbols.com high on the list. Fairly complex topics presented by charismatic teachers in interesting ways.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I have seen http://www.physicsatweb.com , another newly launched but growing physics website for the students of IGCSE / A Level, It is a good online resource of physics. You can get online physics dictionary, revision notes, model answers etc.

  4. jibbles says:

    I didn’t know that Bob Fossil ran a physics website!

  5. txhoudini says:

    Disappointed The Skeptics Guide didn’t win in podcast though I understand why (it’s not 100% Physics or even Science all the time). Still one of the great unknowns on the Internet.

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