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layman: general interest in physics, relativity and quantum mechanics

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Old 03-11-2006, 03:57 PM
Peter
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Hi,

First, I am new to newsgroups, so please give me a bit credit when i do
things wrong...
Second, I am (as the subject says) generally interested in both classical
and modern physics. But it has been a couple of years ago since i was in
high school, and even there I was at the time more interested in other
things than math and physics.
But now, after reading a few books like 'The elegant universe' and 'The
fabric of the cosmos...' I am starting to become fascinated by it.
I was wondering if there are people here who are at the same 'level' as me,
and feel like beginning a correspondence or something to help eachother and
find out more?
Maybe it is an idea to start a study/discussion group?
Anyways... just drop a note if this sounds interesting
"Two heads think better than one"

Peter


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Old 03-11-2006, 05:13 PM
N:dlzc D:aol T:com \(dlzc\)
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Dear Peter:

"Peter" <[Only registered users see links. ]> wrote in message
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No issues.


There are a few here... lots more on sci.physics.


Be careful giving out your email address. Lots of spambots
harvest these newsgroups for email addresses to use and/or sell.


Better still, go back to school and take classes. A community
college will have some that will challenge you.


Not if one of them is on a beer.

David A. Smith


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