About the Aims of this Site

George Barouxis | Posts | Saturday, July 8th, 2006

As mentioned in the Home Page, this site intends to present a series of simulations and thoughts that will look at some interesting subjects of physics from new angles. Right now there are a lot of very smart and very highly trained people who explore a number of avenues and branches of research. Here we will follow roads less traveled by, to see what we can find in some unexplored and uninhabited areas of physics. And we will do this by means of thought experiments in the form of simulations. So in a nutshell, as stated in the blog’s subtitle, here you will find “Unconventional explorations into uninhabited areas of physics by means of thought experiments in the form of simulations.”

The first simulation concerns Special Relativity and the second the Double Slit Experiment (see next posts and the Links section on the right). Then I hope to build a simulation about the photoelectric effect and quanta, and about electromagnetic waves and gravity. The views expressed through these simulations are NOT the ones of mainstream physics –this is not an educational site. The simulations express my take on these subjects, which differ in many ways from the conventional view of things.


  1. Wow, rock on! I’ve just started learning physics. All of your posts seem very informational (and complicating, I might add)

    Comment by Anonymous — August 24, 2006 @ 2:36 pm

  2. Thanks. As you learn more physics you will be able to make sense of these posts. However, I hope you saw the “disclaimer”. This is not an educational site. Don’t repeat what you see here at school. It may prove hazardous to your grades ;-) .

    Comment by Gebar — August 24, 2006 @ 3:22 pm

  3. Your web site is basically decent! How can I make one particular like this?

    Comment by Raguel... — February 21, 2012 @ 1:57 pm

  4. I am not very clear on what exactly you are asking.

    If you mean built a site like this, obviously you need to install in your site Mediawiki, WordPress and SMF.

    Comment by George Barouxis — February 21, 2012 @ 2:32 pm

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