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The Website Of Dahl Clark





This website is an ode to harmony--the person who created this website realized that the world was composed of two things: the universe and science. The universe is life and all the things that are of the universe; science is the study of the universe. Mankind has created science in order to understand nature. The foundation of all science is physics, and the foundation of physics is mathematics, the fundamental language of the universe. Without math, much of our advanced technology could not exist. Calculus and physics classes likely would not exist (what a shame). Without physics, which is the study of matter and energy, we could understand very little about what lies beyond this earth in space, and even less about the world on the atomic level. Without science, we could explain with much (but not all) truth and certainty nothing at all.

However, science is only a small product of mankind--there are so many other things that characterize the human race, such as reason, emotion, art, literature, music, language, imagination, reality. If science is the study of all things within the universe, then I believe any good scientist, or any person for this matter, must have some experience within these disciplines. A human should be able to recognize that he or she is human, and to understand what this means.

The purpose of this website is to explore this subject a bit--to see how an objective mind meets with a subjective one, how science and other subjects can blend together coherently and harmoniously, and how science may be the product of the insatiable desire for knowledge that drives us all to live and learn.

For the viewer of this website who is living or teaching at NCSSM, wanting to understand the fundamentals of reality was the reason I wanted to come to this school. I wanted to learn physics because exploring reality is all physics really is; regardless of what it would take, I was going to learn how to a DVAT, although that is probably the simplest of all physics problems.

I am quiet because I am thinking, and I am often thinking long and hard about why I am not satisfied with a person or a book telling me, "Well, this is just the way it is." In all situations I have to know "why." Life for me is incomplete if I don't know "why." Not having an answer for a question is worse than not having a question for an answer. Not being able to ask questions is not being allowed to be human. Being able to make progress in answering them is. On to physics!


This website is an ode to harmony--the person who created this website realized that the world was composed of two things: the universe and science. The universe is life and all the things that are of the universe; science is the study of the universe. Mankind has created science in order to understand nature. The foundation of all science is physics, and the foundation of physics is mathematics, the fundamental language of the universe. Without math, much of our advanced technology could not exist. Calculus and physics classes likely would not exist (what a shame). Without physics, which is the study of matter and energy, we could understand very little about what lies beyond this earth in space, and even less about the world on the atomic level. Without science, we could explain with much (but not all) truth and certainty nothing at all.

However, science is only a small product of mankind--there are so many other things that characterize the human race, such as reason, emotion, art, literature, music, language, imagination, reality. If science is the study of all things within the universe, then I believe any good scientist, or any person for this matter, must have some experience within these disciplines. A human should be able to recognize that he or she is human, and to understand what this means.

The purpose of this website is to explore this subject a bit--to see how an objective mind meets with a subjective one, how science and other subjects can blend together coherently and harmoniously, and how science may be the product of the insatiable desire for knowledge that drives us all to live and learn.

For the viewer of this website who is living or teaching at NCSSM, wanting to understand the fundamentals of reality was the reason I wanted to come to this school. I wanted to learn physics because exploring reality is all physics really is; regardless of what it would take, I was going to learn how to a DVAT, although that is probably the simplest of all physics problems.

I am quiet because I am thinking, and I am often thinking long and hard about why I am not satisfied with a person or a book telling me, "Well, this is just the way it is." In all situations I have to know "why." Life for me is incomplete if I don't know "why." Not having an answer for a question is worse than not having a question for an answer. Not being able to ask questions is not being allowed to be human. Being able to make progress in answering them is. On to physics!



My Little World of Physics

First stop: NCSSM Weather

Direct Link to the NCSSM Physics Page here

Physics and Literature existing in perfect harmony: check this out--
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