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- Dependence of various physical phenomena on relative motion of the observer and the observed objects. Exp. & theo. theories of relativity
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The section of the Usenet Physics FAQ titled "Experimental Basis of Special Relativity" has been cited here many...
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General Relativity has been the main theme running through the discussions I enjoyed in the previous PF version. ...
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i heard that dark energy is "negative preasure"!! Is it possible??
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sorry im not sure if this is the correct pigeon hole to use. planck dimentions are well known but why are they the...
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classical GR breaks down at time zero because of infinite density and curvature quantizing GR removes the...
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the version of GR used in cosmology is the Friedmann equations which are a radically simplified version of the 1915...
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its routine in mainstream cosmology that much of space expands away from us faster than the speed of light A poster...
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Really should call it "Big Bounce" instead of Big Bang. Yesterday another paper was posted at the Los Alamos arxiv...
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Forgive me if this is an ignorant question. I have only a very superficial grasp of GR and SR, but this has been...
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It is said that nothing even the light can escape out of black holes. I have a little question: If the light cannot...
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I know gravity is said to warp spacetime, but does it also warp the matter in spactime? If it does, would this make...
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can someone explain to me what does the picture in the website below describe? (it has to do with something in...
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it has been stated that lambda interacts with gravity to give expantion,can anyone give the" mechanics" of this...
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In 2002, the Cassini spaceprobe, on its way to Saturn, passed close to the Sun as seen from the Earth (it was actually...
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The question I ask is linear momentum conserved in in instance cited below? You place a particle at the origin...
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Betty here. This will be a first attempt at posting. This ideology was moved here from "Debunking Religion." I...
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posted by MARCUS. if it was only energy density that would be mysterious enough but have you registered that it is,...
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Greetings ! Let me see if I got the theoretical idea of FTL right: We take some huge amount of light in front of...
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Theoreticly, what affect would antigravity have on time? What I mean is would it send nearby objects BACKWARDS in...
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Lets say that you take an ultra modern spacecraft like Nasa is researching or may already have and equip it with a...
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http://arxiv.org/astro-ph/0309800 A group at University of Washington, Fardon et al just posted "Dark Energy from...
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This is a question I'm throwing out there for anyone who may know: Is there an exact known ratio for the curvature of...
Oct23-03 11:28 AM
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I found what appears to be a decent online text for an intro to differential geometry and general relativity. See -...
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Any books recommended for dummies? All books that I've found starts with contraviant and covariant tensor, which seems...
Nov6-03 03:03 PM
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things seemed to be going along just fine and then a friend sent me http://arxiv.org/astro-ph/0310253 this is a...
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from chroot in this topic... http://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=6799 What's the history...
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I understand that the path of light from a Star bends when it moves beside a large mass. My question is this: ...
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All right, physicists claim that mass can be at infinite density. This condition is called the singularity, an...
Oct31-03 12:12 AM
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According to SR, a photon has an equivalent mass of h / c λ where h is plank's constant, c is the speed of...
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In fact has proved lots of time that g.r is true..but in my opinion would not be a complete theory by several reasons:...
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i have looked on the net for a formula that would give me an idea of how much gravitational energy verses other...
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wolram
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Hi All, Blackholes will curve the space-time in a way so that even particles moving with speed of light are...
Nov4-03 12:03 PM
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http://arxiv.org/PS_cache/physics/pdf/0303/0303035.pdf binary J0806.3+1572 no proof of gravitational radiation.
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http://wugrav.wustl.edu/people/CMW/SpeedofGravity.html Papers by Kopeikin claiming this tests the speed of gravity...
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http://relativity.livingreviews.org/Articles/lrr-1998-1/node12.html Here is a list of problems that have been...
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Could someone give me a brief tutorial on the Christoffel equation used in relativity please
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Q? Why is Gravity so weak amongst Atoms? Q? Why is Gravity so STRONG at far away locations in deep-space?
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Within the framework of General Relativity in one of its most simple forms, the Schwarzschild solution, a very...
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