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PHYS 340 Revolutions in Understanding the Universe

Ancient Greek ideas of substance and forms and modern concepts of forces and fields. The twentieth-century quantum revolution. The modern universe, from quarks and atoms to the big bang. Quantum paradoxes. Not for credit in the faculties of Science and Applied Science. No mathematics beyond Grade 10 required.

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Credits: 3

No sections offered for 2018 Winter.