Action Physics
Dr. Jay Maron
Physicist, Violist, Shaolin Monk
Textbooks
Music physics
Astronomy
Physics
Chemistry
Earth Science
Astrobiology
Anatomy
Shaolin kung fu
Materials
Nuclei
Relativity
Particles
Colliders
Sci fundamentals
Physics lab
History
E&M, circuits
Action physics
Problems
Mathematics
Astronautics
Chemical rockets
Air rocket launch
Ion rocket
Fission rocket
Fusion rocket
Nuclear battery
Spaceships
Mars mission
Asteroid mining
Asteroid defense
Terraform Mars
City design
Flying eCars
Electric cars
Electric bikes
Copter drones
Hydroponics
Food
Prefab houses
007 physics
Firearms
Explosives
Drag force
Cars
Aircraft
Metallurgy
Badasses
Opera
Cathedrals
Spirits
Nukes
Sports
Batman gadgets
Geography
Spices
Gems
Science  & technology
Telescopes
Magnitude exhibit
Units & numbers
Game of Thrones
Elements
Ancient astro
Natural disasters
Batteries
Capacitors
Multiverse
Superalloys
Cosmic disasters
Superconductors
Cosmic wagers
Fullerines
Rare Earth metals
Planet definition
TRAPPIST planets
Godel's theorem
Earth Articles
Solar cells
Wind turbines
Iceberg freshwater
Antarctic wind
Oil
Natural gas
Coal
Nuclear power
Thorium energy
Nuclear waste
Mining
Biomass
Biochar
Fertilizer
Industrial electricity
Rogue forestry
California water
Colorado river
Cal earthquakes
WA volcanoes
Geoengineering
Ocean iron
Space mirror
Stop Antarctic ice
Iceberg ocean cooling
Iron asteroid fuel
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Kalpasar dam
Earth ring
Megaprojects
Ramjet rocket launch
Sled rocket launch
Moon base
Space telescope farm
Crowd computing
Laser fusion
Huge radio telescope
Electron collider
Antarctic telescopes
Technetium
Transmutation
Plasma fusion
Miscellaneous
World militaries
American education
American economy
American greatness
Rugby vs Football
Arrow's voting theorem
Mighty Wikipedia
Patents
Notes for "Killing The Rising Sun"
Gold standard
American mining jobs
Science on Youtube
Opium
Caltech vs Juilliard
Venezuelan oil
Keystone pipeline
Theology
Twitter political superpowers
New U.S. oil finds
Chuck facts
American Civil War II
Computer wizardry


































































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Order of magnitude material on the web

Once upon a time, Professors Peter Goldreich and Sterl Phinney pioneered an order-of-magnitude physics class at Caltech.

"The art of insight in science and engineering", Sanjoy Mahajan
"Street-fighting mathematics, the art of educated guessing and opportunistic problem solving", Sanjoy Mahajan
"Order-of-magnitude physics: understanding the world with dimensional analysis, educated guesswork, and white lies", Peter Goldreich, Sanjoy Mahajan, and Sterl Phinney
"Order-of-magnitude physics", Jay Maron
"The solar system", Eric Blackman
"Astropedia", Chris Impey
"The astronomical reach of fundamental physics", Adam Burrows and Jeremiah Ostriker
David Hogg, "Real-world physics: a dropped bucket"
David Hogg, "Air resistance"
Sanjoy Mahanan and David Hogg, "Introductory physics, the new scholasticism"
Sterl Phinney, Caltech
Eugene Chiang, Berkeley
Nir Shaviv, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Helmholtz: "I have no satisfaction in formulas unless I feel their numerical magnitude."


Teaching

Online classes at the American Museum of Natural History

I teach the "Solar System" and "Space, Time, and Motion" classes at AMNH.

Courses taught:
Physics of Music
Physics: mechanics, electromagnetism, lab, quantum mechanics, relativity
Astronomy
Astrobiology
Computational physics
Python programming


Hall of action scientists

Astrophysics research

Papers:
* The Phurba algorithm: theory
* The Phurba algorithm: tests
* Magnetic turbulence
* Alfven turbulence
* Helical dynamo
* Theory of resolution in turbulence simulations: Gradients
* Theory of resolution in turbulence simulations: Diffusion
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