The Adventure of Physics - Vol. I: Fall, Flow, and Heat
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Chapter 1: Why should we care about motion? Chapter 2: From motion measurement to continuity. Chapter 3: How to describe motion - kinematics. Chapter 4: From objects and images to conservation. Chapter 5: From the rotation of the Earth to the relativity of motion. Chapter 6: Motion due to gravitation. Chapter 7: Classical mechanics and the predictability of motion. Chapter 8: Measuring change with action. Chapter 9: Motion and symmetry. Chapter 10: Simple motions of extended bodies – oscillations and waves . Chapter 11: Do extended bodies exist? – Limits of continuity. Chapter 12: Fluids and their motion. Chapter 13: From heat to time-invariance . Chapter 14: Self-organization and chaos - the simplicity of complexity. Chapter 15: From the limitations of physics to the limits of motion.
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