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                 Where to find the Physics FAQ
                 =============================

The Physics FAQ provides answers to Frequently Asked Questions
appearing in the sci.physics.* newsgroups, especially:

   sci.physics
   sci.physics.particle
   sci.physics.research (moderated)
   alt.sci.physics.new-theories

If you are new to these newsgroups you should take a look at the Physics
FAQ before posting questions. You should certainly read the article "An
Introduction to the Physics Newsgroups". The FAQ is now available on the
World Wide Web *only* and is located at these sites (those in brackets
were not up-to-date when last checked):

USA:
 http://math.ucr.edu/home/baez/physics/faq.html
 http://www.public.iastate.edu/~physics/sci.physics/faq/faq.html
 http://www.weburbia.com/physics/faq.html
 http://hermes.astro.washington.edu/faq/physics/index.html
 http://www.corepower.com/~relfaq/faq.html
UK:
 http://hepweb.rl.ac.uk/ppUK/PhysFAQ/faq.html
 http://www.weburbia.demon.co.uk/physics/faq.html
Netherlands:
 http://www.xs4all.nl/~johanw/PhysFAQ/faq.html
Germany:
 http://www.desy.de/user/projects/Physics/faq.html
Australia:
 http://www.phys.unsw.edu.au/physoc/physics_faq/faq.html
Taiwan:
 http://www.phy.ncku.edu.tw/mirrors/physicsfaq/faq.html
Japanese language version:
 http://kekux1.kek.jp/~morita/phys-faq/

A single compressed file containing all the HTML files for the
FAQ can be downloaded by FTP from ftp://ftp.weburbia.com/
Postscript files are also available there.

There are a number of other more specialised FAQs for
these and other physics newsgroups. Most of them are
mentioned in the Physics FAQ. 

The Physics FAQ is edited by Scott I Chase 


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