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 Hyperspace Reality
 Despite the fact that the 'new' physics, a godchild of the Einsteinian revolution has taught us that the Universe we perceive is a mere shadow of a vastly more unpredictable one, most of us still view the world in a distinctly materialistic way. A world where...

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 Paul A. M. Dirac  Nobel Lecture
 PAUL A. M. DIRAC.
 www.nobelprize.org
 Dirac's Equation and the Sea of Negative Energy
 the emasculation of Dirac's equation.
 openseti.org
 4 Dirac Equation
 4 Dirac Equation.
 www.physics.ucdavis.edu
 The Dirac Delta Function
 The Dirac Delta Function. Kurt Bryan. Impulsive Inputs and Impulse Response.
 www.rosehulman.edu
 The Kapitza  Dirac effect.
 The Kapitza  Dirac effect is the diffraction of a well  collimated particle beam by a standing Dirac effect is one of the workhorses in the field of atom optics.
 www.unl.edu
Suggested News Resources
 The joy of statistics
 The Pauli exclusion principle and the resulting theory of FermiDirac statistics, and fermions, is a great thing for analogy because it invokes the absolute requirement of individuality.
 CERN experiment weighs antimatter to unprecedented precision
 Paul Dirac emerged as the physicist who, utilizing the works of his colleagues over the past decade, first combined special relativity and quantum mechanics [2]. Dirac's paper was a brilliant advance for understanding the universe.
 The Ordinary Geniuses Behind Genomics and Big Bang Cosmology
 Max and Geo are not like the three men who helped steer the quantum mechanics revolution: Wolfgang Pauli, Werner Heisenberg, and Paul Dirac.
 Earth's Dirty Secret: Our Magnetic Field Traps Antimatter
 The antiproton was first predicted by luminary physicist Paul Dirac in his 1933 Nobel Prize lecture [PDF]. It would take physicists over two decades to prove Professor Dirac right.
Suggested Web Resources
 Paul Dirac  Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
 en.wikipedia.org
 Dirac delta function  Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
 en.wikipedia.org
 Dirac (video compression format)  Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
 en.wikipedia.org
 Dirac
 A project supported by the BBC to develop an open source video compression codec.
 diracvideo.org
 Paul A.M. Dirac  Biography
 Includes a brief biography and a copy of his Nobel lecture.
 www.nobelprize.org
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