Iron Barnacle Operation: 1970 Weapons Cache Detection in Cambodia and Republic of Vietnam
“My experiences in the Republic of Vietnam as a physicist dedicated to helping the war effort are described. In 1970, at the age of 22, I was responsible for a special Navy helicopter-borne magnetic field sensor, the ASQ-81 Magnetometer, for detecting enemy weapons cache hidden under the jungle canopy” - Andrew R. Ochadlick Jr. View Entire Color Photo Gallery
Twins Paradox RIP: Time Dilation for Travel to the Stars
“The Twins Paradox is a fascinating subject and, more importantly, it represents a way to introduce an essential aspect of spacetime. Everyone is familiar with space and with time. But not everyone is as familiar with spacetime. The common perceptions of space and time applied to spacetime are contributing sources for the paradox. The correct understanding of the “Twins Paradox” is embedded in the character of spacetime. To fully resolve the paradox, this book provides an explanation of why only the traveling Twin experiences time dilation or warped time. For resolving the paradox, the title is Twins Paradox RIP, i.e., rest-in-peace.”
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Library of Congress Control Number: 2019901139 and ISBN 978-0-578-45582-2
ERRATA: page 90: replace Sum with Sun.