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Five Frequently Fatal Freshman Physics Fantasies

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Referee this paper: arXiv:physics/0605152 by Michael Courtney, Norm Althausen, (show more)

Please use comments to point to previous work in this direction, and reviews to referee the accuracy of the paper. Feel free to edit this submission to summarise the paper (just click on edit, your summary will then appear under the horizontal line)

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Closed as per community consensus as the post is not about physics.
submission not yet summarized

paper authored May 17, 2006 to Closed Questions by  (no author on PO assigned yet) 
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    recategorized Jul 5, 2015 by Dilaton

    Are physics.ed-ph papers really on-topic? I don't think it shuld be. And how would the accuracy be voted on?

    @Dimension10 whereas some educational papers concerning graduate level physic might be on topic, the popular level rather sociological text based paper in this submission has absolutely nothing to do with graduate-level+ physics.

    Voting to close.

    Also, the text is so short that the little information it contains can not be accurate, and the claims are not original either.





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