## Tutorial Six: How things move (Part 1)

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One of the most interesting aspects of physics is that it helps to describe how things move.  This characteristic builds upon a mathematical foundation called geometric transformations.  While this name, geometric transformation, sounds complicated, some of its most important ideas are actually quite easy to explain. Imagine for a moment that you need to open […]

## Tutorial Five: How Einstein finds an average

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Now that you’ve been introduced to averages and Doppler equations, let’s combine these two ideas. This will also give us an opportunity to start looking at Einstein’s theory of relativity. We’ll begin with a few questions and answers: Do you need relativity theory to find the average of two numbers? Answer: No, you do not need relativity theory […]

## Tutorial Four: Trains and the Doppler effect

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The Doppler effect (also called Doppler shift) is one of the most widely–observed phenomena associated with moving objects. In fact, we often observe it when we hear the sound coming from moving vehicles like cars, trucks, and trains.  Imagine that a tape recorder is placed on a railroad track. The recorder’s microphone records the sound of the […]

## It’s Official, DISRUPTIVE: Rewriting the rules of physics is here!

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I’m very happy to share that my book, DISRUPTIVE: Rewriting the rules of physics, is officially here! I want to take a moment to acknowledge and thank those who have been part of my journey so far. I begin with my wife, Julie, and daughter, Sarah. Neither has known a time when I wasn’t working on […]

## Tutorial Three: Averages… Part 2!

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Averages are extremely powerful mathematical tools.  In the previous tutorial, you were introduced to the addition mean equation, which is used to find the average (or arithmetic mean) of two numbers. Most people automatically use the addition mean equation when asked to find the average of two numbers. But, did you know that there is another novel way to find […]

## Tutorial Two: Averages… the easy way

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The average height of an American male is 5’10”. The average height of an American female is 5’5”. The average price of a home sold in the United States in 2010 was \$272,900. We use averages all the time.  In fact, the average is one of the most widely used tools in mathematics. It is […]

## Tutorial One: Different ways of saying the same thing

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You say the word math and one group of people jumps for joy, while another group of people wants to run for the hills. The good news is that it doesn’t have to be hard and can be quite fun! In this tutorial series, we’re going to explore some of the most important concepts explained in […]

## A New Way of Thinking

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For more than 100 years, Albert Einstein’s theory of relativity has been one of the world’s most well known scientific theories. In fact, because relativity has been expertly reviewed and extensively tested, many believe that it’s been “proven.” There is only one problem: Relativity isn’t correct. Relativity doesn’t provide wrong answers in the same obvious […]

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## Disruptive: Rewriting the rules of physics is a top new release in Physics on Amazon.com!

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