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Adler and B. L. , 1975), pp. 35-37; C. G. Adler and B. L. Coulter, "Quasi-History Revisited," Physics Education 14 (1979), pp. 398-399; B. L. Coulter and C. G. , 1979), pp. 841-846; G. Feinberg, "Fall of Bodies Near the Earth," American Journal of Physics 33 (June, 1965), pp. 501-502. See also B. M. , 1977), pp. 325-330, for a further discussion of various aspects of the problem. 29. Galileo discusses these and other issues in the "First Day" of the Discorsi. 30. A full description and discussion of this experiment will appear elsewhere.
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Albert Einstein and the creative act : the case of special relativity by Stanley Goldberg