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Archive for June, 2012 has promoted my engineering bachelors degree to a doctorate

Posted by peeterjoot on June 18, 2012

Here’s an amusing consequence of the SR paper I posted to arxiv on change of basis (I’d intended to try to see if this was publication worthy, but forgot about it).

I don’t have any intention of paying for publication, when the publisher offers no peer review, nor any mention that basic editing services would be provided. I’d be curious if you’d be able to write something that was complete garbage and have this publisher print it.

Your research: Change of basis and Gram-Schmidt orthonormalization in special relativity

 May 29, 2012 5:02 PMAdmin@IntellectualArchive.comActions
Dear Dr. Joot, 

We have found your research on and we were very impressed with your work.  

If your article "Change of basis and Gram-Schmidt orthonormalization in special relativity" has not yet been printed OR if you have another unpublished article of the same quality, then we would be happy to include it into May issue of the "Intellectual Archive" journal, which will be printed and distributed in June of 2012. 

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updates to my old class notes from the 2011 phy450h1s (relativistic electrodynamics)

Posted by peeterjoot on June 2, 2012

I’ve made some minor updates to my old class notes from the 2011 phy450h1s (relativistic electrodynamics) course I took:

(I’ve switched this notes collection, as well as some others, to a better looking latex book template, one that I also used for my continuum mechanics class notes).  While making that change I also switched things from a chapter heading per lecture, to a couple more logical chapter headings, which makes things easier to navigate.

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