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    Hi I,m hoping to start a Mphys course in september, can anyone suggest any recommended reading?
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    http://www.uk-learning.net/t52680.html
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    are you looking for good textbooks, or interesting reading books?

    Btw, which college have you got an offer from? I've got an open offer for the MPhys for this Oct too. If you're interested in joining UKL Physic Society then visit the Physics forum in the academic section and read the post re:membership and then PM me with the nec info!
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    "Modern Physics" - The ultimate Physics book.
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    (Original post by Hoofbeat)
    are you looking for good textbooks, or interesting reading books?

    Btw, which college have you got an offer from? I've got an open offer for the MPhys for this Oct too. If you're interested in joining UKL Physic Society then visit the Physics forum in the academic section and read the post re:membership and then PM me with the nec info!
    DONT, It's clearly a cult, they'll bleed you dry! DRY I TELL YA!
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    My Physics teacher recommneded The Feynman Lectures (All three volumes); also Maxwell's EM papers.
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    those arent light reading though. I'd try something less "textbook" like. Something by john gribbon. The new penrose book looks good (just ordered it from amazon)
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    can you let me know what that penrose book is like? i was going to get it but i saw on amazon the paperback is out in a month so i think i will wait for that.
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    mate, i suggest you look at the year, as well as the month. It's not september 2004 when i looked :P
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    (Original post by Willla2)
    DONT, It's clearly a cult, they'll bleed you dry! DRY I TELL YA!
    Yeah, after you've been a member for a month you're required to take "THE TEST OF DEATH" and we send you into a black hole to see if you come out alive! MWHAHAHAAAAAA
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    (Original post by Willla2)
    mate, i suggest you look at the year, as well as the month. It's not september 2004 when i looked :P
    maybe i will be getting it tomorrow then
 
 
 

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