# Projects: Education

### Academic Writings: Axiomatic Physics Derivation Database

This is only the beginnings of a database. Some day these will be incorporated into a comprehensive derivation wiki. I should note that "postulative" is a more appropriate word than "axiomatic", but it may be psychologically advantageous to first call it axiomatic to emphasize the accuracy and objectivity of physics and then call it postulative to emphasize the approximate nature and relativity (with respect to experiments) of physics.

#### Quantity Definitions

- Position
- Time
- Velocity
- Acceleration
- Mass
- Momentum
- Force
- Torque

#### Definitional Theorems

- Parallel Axes Theorem

#### Postulates

- Relativistic Newton's Law
- Electromagnetic radiation comes in the form of photons
- Photons have energy E = hf
- Photons have momentum p = h/lambda

#### Postulative Theorems

- Newton's Second Law (which is nonrelativistic)
- Newton's Second Law (Systemic Form)
- Newton's Second Law (Angular Form)
- Newton's Second Law (Angular, Systemic Form)
- Mass has energy-content (E = mc^2)
- Energy has mass-content (m = E/c^2)