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All of physics in one diagram!

A "big picture" view of how the parts of physics fit together, as presented to the class of UNCG PHY 291 in Spring 2012.
by

Ian Beatty

on 1 December 2014

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Transcript of All of physics in one diagram!

“fundamental” particles
“fundamental” forces (interactions)
electro-magnetism
electroweak force
strong nuclear force
gravity
spacetime
special relativity
general relativity
quantum mechanics
atomic physics
nuclear physics
matter
mechanics
“light”
optics
statistical mechanics
thermodynamics
solid state/ condensed matter physics
astrophysics
(chemistry)
(biology)
plasma/fusion physics
(fast)
(vast)
the stuff we experience
the rules of the world we experience
applications
the building blocks & rules of the universe
where it all happens
nanophysics
fluid dynamics
string theories
All of physics in one diagram!
(cc) 2012 Ian D. Beatty
All of physics in one diagram! by Prof. Ian D. Beatty is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License.
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