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    Systems Physics combines the modeling concept of System Dynamics with a unified description for all branches of classical physics. Systems Physics avoids the explicit use of differential equations with the help of bathtub- and feedback-thinking. Systems Physics is a new approach which can motivate people who are not expert in mathematics to think about the fundamental concepts of nature and technology.

    Systems Physics - A Modeling Approach to Fundamental Concepts - YouTube

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