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Newtonian physics, acoustics, aerophysics, applied physics, astrophysics, automation, avionics, basic conductor physics, biophysics, chemical physics, cryogenics, crystallography, cytophysics, electron microscopy, electron optics, electron physics, electronic engineering, electronics, electrophysics, geophysics, macrophysics, mathematical physics, mechanics, medicophysics, microphysics, natural philosophy, natural science, nuclear physics, optics, philosophy, photoelectricity, physic, physical chemistry, physical science, physicochemistry, physicomathematics, physics, psychophysics, radar, radiation physics, radio, solar physics, solid-state physics, statics, stereophysics, television, theoretical physics, thermodynamics, transistor physics, zoophysics

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  • radionics — noun Any of several pseudoscientific techniques supposed to detect and modulate life forces and to provide healing using various electric black boxes …   Wiktionary

  • radionics — [ˌreɪdɪ ɒnɪks] plural noun [treated as sing.] a system of alternative medicine based on the study of radiation supposedly emitted by living matter. Origin 1940s: from radio , on the pattern of electronics …   English new terms dictionary

  • radionics — ra·di·on·ics …   English syllables

  • radionics — /reɪdiˈɒnɪks/ (say raydee oniks) plural noun (construed as singular) a technique which purports to use an electronic device to detect vital energy patterns which are discernible in the electromagnetic fields of all living things, the detection of …  

  • radionics — (usu. treated as sing.) the study and interpretation of radiation believed to be emitted from substances, esp. as a form of diagnosis. Etymology: RADIO + onics, after ELECTRONICS …   Useful english dictionary

  • Sinclair Radionics Ltd — was founded by Sir Clive Sinclair in Cambridge, England on 25 July 1961.Radionics initially developed hi fi equipment; it released its first product, the Sinclair Micro amplifier, in December 1962. The assembly and distribution of this product… …   Wikipedia

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