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Note-A-Rific: And on we march… And on we march… I’ve always felt this is a good way to end high school physics. Rather than look back at all the stuff you’ve learned, look forward to all the things you have yet to learn. Right now you’re probably feeling that we’ve dumped just about every scrap of physics into your minds. In fact, there is so much that you haven’t learned that you could easily spend the rest of your life and still not cover it all. You need to ask yourself some things… Has physics answered any questions…? Yep! At least, I hope that’s your answer. Over the past 100 years especially, physics has been able to open the doors to incredible opportunities and greater understanding than folks like Newton could have ever imagined. Just think of all you’ve learned in physics 20 and 30… if you traveled back in time and talked with Newton, you would be able to amaze him with your detailed knowledge of his work, as well as concepts beyond his understanding. Has physics come up with more unanswered questions…?
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This note was uploaded on 02/29/2012 for the course PHYS 227 taught by Professor Rabe during the Fall '08 term at Rutgers.

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