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This is the first volume in a 6-volume series of Motion Mountain. One can read the volumes online. Chapter titles are: Why should we care about motion?;From motion measurement to continuityHow to describe motion – kinematicsFrom objects and images to conservationFrom the rotation of the Earth to the relativity of motionMotion due...
This is the first volume in a 6-volume series of Motion Mountain. One can read the volumes online. Chapter titles are:
Why should we care about motion?;
From motion measurement to continuity
How to describe motion – kinematics
From objects and images to conservation
From the rotation of the Earth to the relativity of motion
Motion due to gravitation
Classical mechanics and the predictability of motion
Measuring change with action
Motion and symmetry
Simple motions of extended bodies – oscillations and waves
Do extended bodies exist? – Limits of continuity
From heat to time-invariance
Self-organization and chaos - the simplicity of complexity
From the limitations of physics to the limits of motion