ONTARIO GENEALOGY NAME AND RECORD TYPE INDEX - "Mc" SURNAME LISTINGS This index is a simple 'bare bones' listing of many of the names and types of records contained in our databases. Records have been indexed for counties of Peterborough, Victoria, Ontario, Haliburton, Durham, Northumberland, Hastings and Muskoka District. In addition Upper Canada land petitions, Upper Canada Sundries, Upper Canada marriages, baptisms, and burials, Upper Canada Jail inmates, Ontario Insane Asylum records and newspaper notices from all areas of Ontario are included. Additional record descriptions are included in the individual databases, which may be accessed with your user-name and password. The databases we maintain are an extremely valuable tool for those persons researching ancestors in SOUTH-CENTRAL ONTARIO. A username and password is needed to access the database sites. Click this link to apply for a username and password Database Registration * Surrogate record is a will or letter of administration regarding estate. * Census is an early 1800's census or assessment record. Index updated February 27, 2013 NAME ................. RECORD TYPE
Throughout this immersion in physics, Hilbert worked on putting rigor into the mathematics of physics. While highly dependent on higher math, physicists tended to be "sloppy" with it. To a "pure" mathematician like Hilbert, this was both "ugly" and difficult to understand. As he began to understand physics and how physicists were using mathematics, he developed a coherent mathematical theory for what he found, most importantly in the area of integral equations . When his colleague Richard Courant wrote the now classic Methoden der mathematischen Physik (Methods of Mathematical Physics) including some of Hilbert's ideas, he added Hilbert's name as author even though Hilbert had not directly contributed to the writing. Hilbert said "Physics is too hard for physicists", implying that the necessary mathematics was generally beyond them; the Courant-Hilbert book made it easier for them.
Listening to this rarity reveals that midday jock and Production Director Mark Ford has sprained his ankle and won't follow the Emperor on this show. Ford was a major Production Guru for Drake-Chenault fifteen years later. Jerry Stevens is featured with KROY news and a few cool stagings, otherwise, no bells and whistles. You'll hear some great spots, a much more relaxed presentation than the KROY of the '70's, and a wide variety in the playlist. A few tired tunes, but there's a Stones LP cut AND Steve Alaimo .. and more you never heard before and may never hear again.