A thorough understanding of physics is one of the cornerstones of a scientific education-but it is often hindered by the density of the subject matter. In a series of informative physics papers, Prof. Jacob V. Kainnady offers an accessible-and at times, controversial-assessment of complex physical phenomena.
Beginning with a short paper titled "Product Law," Kainnady's insightful papers go on to render physics equations as commonsense equivalencies, providing readers with deeper insights into basic physics. From there, Kainnady delves into some of the most intriguing topics in physics, including a sensible analysis of gravitational and electrostatic forces, the sharing of masses between nucleons, and the questions surrounding nuclear-mass defect. He then addresses the discrepancies between classical and quantum physics through a consideration of discontinuous half waves.
Despite the intricacies of his topics, Kainnady makes his discussions intelligible to anyone used to making commonsense observations-no background in physics required
Kainnady's new findings and observations have the potential to generate lively and productive debate in established academia, while providing an informative introduction to all those hoping to expand their understanding of basic-and not so basic-physics.
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