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Re: [APD] listening material on plant biology
Of course they are not the same thing, but you can use Einstein's
General Theory of Relativity, plus a few other advanced theories, and
tie them all together. Undergraduate College level physics, unless
things have changed enormously in the past 50 years, treats those
subjects separately before even considering their relationships.
On Feb 16, 2007, at 12:50 PM, Philippe Lemaire (TLI) wrote:
> Jerry Baker wrote:
>> Vaughn Hopkins wrote:
>>> No, they are not the same thing, even though they are related. In
>>> fact every subject in Physics is related.
>> It is my understanding that electricity and magnetism are simply
>> manifestations of the same force ... the electromagnetic force and
>> light is also just a term assigned to the range of electromagnetic
>> radiation detectable by the human eye. Isn't it all really the
>> study of
>> the electromagnetic force and its effects?
> IMHO, electricity and magnetism are different...
> They combine for making an electromagnetic phenomenon but
> you can also have electroacoustic, plasmons, etc...
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