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Features

The Mystique of Physics: Relumine the Enlightenment
2005 Millikan Award Speech by John S. Rigden

Current Topics in the Anti-Science Movement
Information courtesy of Martha Heil, American Institute of Physics

Relumining the Enlightenment and Doing It Positively: Other Voices

Fear, and the Principle of Inconsistency
by Dwight E. Neuenschwander

About the Cover: Charles Darwin, Lord Kelvin, and the Age of the Earth

Departments

The Director's Corner
by Gary D. White

Elegant Connections in Physics: Engine Efficiency and Refrigerator Performance
by Dwight E. Neuenschwander

Sigma Pi Sigma Initiates List 2005-2006

Fall 2006

On the cover: Statues of Lord Kelvin and Charles Darwin

The front cover image of Charles Darwin’s statue was supplied by Don Yuile, Shropshire County Library Service, England. The photo of Lord Kelvin’s statue was supplied courtesy of Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. See page 19 of this issue for further explanation.



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