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Motion Mountain Physikverein
Dr. Christoph Schiller (Vorsitzender & verantwortlich für den Inhalt)
Sperberstraße 32
81827 München
Tel. (089) 44109266
Email christoph@motionmountain.net
The Motion Mountain Physikverein is a charitable, non-profit organisation that is tax-exempt according to German law. It has two aims: distributing the free physics textbook and conducting research in fundamental physics. Your donation, however small, is welcome – and tax-deducible. The use of the donations is controlled by the German tax authorities. Thank you in advance, also in the name of all future readers: people who read improve the world.

Book errata and suggestions can be added on the wiki at https://sites.google.com/view/motionmountainsuggestions/. Every erratum and every suggestion that you send in is thoroughly evaluated. Good ones are rewarded.

Christoph Schiller, the author of the Motion Mountain Textbook, was born in 1960 and is Italian, German, and European. He is married and has two children. Raised bilingually in Varese (Italy), he studied physics at the Universität Stuttgart (Germany) and received his Ph.D. in physics at the Université Libre de Bruxelles (Belgium), in the department of Ilya Prigogine. He has also lived in Switzerland, the UK, France, Japan and the Netherlands.

As a physicist, Christoph Schiller is known for his freely downloadable Motion Mountain Physics Textbook. This book series grew from his fascination for nature, from his drive to understand everything that is observed in it, and from his passion to write about it. He occasionally publishes research papers and gives talks about them – see www.researchgate.net/profile/Christoph_Schiller2. (See also this rough one.) In the years from 2000 to 2005, he formulated and published the principle of maximum force, which states that general relativity is a consequence of nature's limit force value c4/4G. The principle is becoming the topic of an increasing number of papers. His present pastime is the strand conjecture, which is presented on the research page.

As an innovator, Christoph Schiller writes and talks about how experience with physics improves innovation management and risk management. His also likes to tell how experience with customers and companies helps to improve teaching and to improve research.

Both Christoph Schiller and the Motion Mountain Physikverein fully endorse the rules of good scientific practice of the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft/German Research Foundation and the European Code of Conduct for Research Integrity of All European Academies.

A personal note. This site is about sharing and enjoying knowledge about physics. If you email me, I will try to answer questions, to help, and to be as polite as I can. I try to behave in writing as I do in person. If you want an answer, be polite as well.

My beloved father, Peter Schiller, has died recently. I owe him much, including my passion for physics. I will always continue to feel the support of his embracing friendliness and deep serenity. Please excuse if I answer with delay.