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A. Bogomolny
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This website provides an extensive collection of over 90 proofs of the Pythagorean Theorem. Historical background on the discovery and use of the Pythagorean Theorem is also provided.
  
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T. Watkins
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This web page is devoted to giving an explanation of Levi-Civita's concepts of vector transport and holonomy, which are important in mathematical physics. The page is written for a…
  
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P. Dirac; Publisher: Princeton University Press
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This is a text written by Nobel Prize winner Paul Dirac about the mathematical foundations of general relativity, specifically the mathematical description of curved spacetime. This…
  
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S. Chandrasekhar; Publisher: Oxford University Press
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This is a text on mathematical descriptions of black holes, written by Nobel Prize winner S. Chandrasekhar, at at time when there was very little physical evidence of their…
  
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N. Byers
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This is an online article devoted to Emmy Noether's famous work on symmetry and conservation laws. The article includes technical details on the methods of how she discovered and…
  
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E. Abbott
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This book explores two dimensional space, Flatland, in the form of "A Romance." This should be a must read for anyone learning relativity.
  
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J. Weeks
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The Topology and Geometry Software site provides downloads for games and interactive simulations. These help the user to understand finitely infinite systems. Many are available in…
  
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Publisher: University of Illinion
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The Science for the Millennium site is the home site for a collection of materials. Explore the Physics, Astronomy, and eventual related Biology videos of this site.
  
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J. O'Connor and E. Robertson
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The History of Set Theory site gives and history of set theory and the major contributor, Georg Cantor.
  
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Publisher: NASA Glenn Research Center
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This NASA site examines propulsion for interstellar travel. The website describes propulsion methods based on current science, on speculative ideas in science, and on science…