Out of the Woodwork: The Changing Laws of Physics

Here’s hoping they’re cyclical.
By Peter Sieling
Page: 96

From the April 2006 issue #154
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When my son complained how high school physics was dull and difficult, I reminded him how important it is.

“I use physics every day in the shop.”

“Like how?” grunted Gary from the recliner.

“Well, umm … figuring the moisture content of a board.”

“That’s chemistry and algebra.”

From the April 2006 issue #154
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