1. General Term: Particle Physics
Particle Physics A branch of physics dealing with the description and categorization of the
basic units of matter and energy.
2. Maddox Bibliography Topic: C. Particle Physics
C. Particle Physics
Cushing, James T. Quantum Mechanics : Historical
Contingency and the Copenhagen Hegemony . Chicago: University of Chicago,
Ford, Kenneth William. The Quantum World : Quantum
3. Science and the Spiritual Quest Topic: John Polkinghorne on his work in part...
Polkinghorne on his work in particle physics
John Polkinghorne on beauty and wonder in nature
Other Video Sequences:
4. Physics Topic: Physics and Cosmology in the 20th Century
and eventually to particle physics , in which electromagnetism
and the weak nuclear force were unified (e.g., the electroweak
force ), and these unified with the strong nuclear force (fundamental
particle physics) (1940's - present).
5. Physics Topic: Quantum Physics
The second fundamental break with classical physics after general
relativity came gradually over a thirty year period (1900-1930)
with the development of quantum mechanics by dozens of physicists
including Planck ,
6. Biography: Medhi Golshani
research interests include particle physics , cosmology and
foundations of quantum mechanics .
Modern Science and the Three
Monotheisms: An New Partnership?
7. Biography: Russell Stannard
B.Sc. (Special Physics) (1953); followed by Ph.D in cosmic ray physics
(1956), both at University College London (UCL).
OBE for contributions to physics, the Open University,
8. Biography: Edward Kolb
the first head of Astrophysics. He
is also a Professor of Astronomy and Astrophysics at the University of Chicago.
He is a co-author of The Early Universe, the
standard textbook on particle physics and cosmology and his book for the
9. Interview: Steven Weinberg (PBS)
talk about God.
The aim of physics, or at least one branch of physics, is after all to find the principles that explain the
principles that explain the principles that explain everything we see in nature, to find the ultimate rational basis of
10. God, Humanity and the Cosmos Book Section: Full Book Table of Contents
3: Theology and the New Physics
Section A: Classical physics and the Newtonian
scientific revolution - 3.3 From method to world-view - 3.4 Change
and continuity in the physical