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Jan16-12 Greg Bernhardt
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It may be valuable to consider microalgae as a potential solution to a number of problems; not the least of which...
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Before posting anything, please review the Physics Forums Global Guidelines. CC/GW threads in this forum are...
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Greg Bernhardt
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on road? and why not cuboidal ones?
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Which continent is the driest continent? I think it should be Antartica, but I have found it is Australia. I think so...
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Mt. Tavurvur, located near the town of Rabaul in the eastern region of Papua New Guinea, has erupted again. Some...
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During the history of Earth, there have been several ice ages. What caused the climate to cool so much to create...
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4 479 6/20/09 New Paper Claims Explanation...
Aug30-14 09:22 AM
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hi gang 3 x M6+ events within 24 hrs down the west coast regions of the Americas as recorded on my system here in...
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Hi. Usually Nile river is assumed as world's longest river with its 4250 miles length but sometimes Mississippi River...
Aug27-14 01:19 PM
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I am writing an intro physics problem about a flowing stream. I am going to assume that all of the gravitational...
Aug22-14 08:29 PM
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Mix cream in coffee and it never unmixes. Even though the cup of coffee is not a closed system, the second law of...
Aug19-14 05:12 PM
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Fantastic infographic!
Aug19-14 02:43 AM
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Swarm Data: Earth's Magnetic Field is Weakening 10 times Faster than Recent Past. Why? ...
Aug16-14 10:26 AM
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Hello everyone! my question is why the ice of Antarctica and arctic, it is made of sweet/fresh water,even though it...
Aug9-14 08:11 AM
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why gravity on earth is very strong on the north atlantic ocean? ok, obviously where there is thick crust like...
Aug8-14 06:46 PM
jim hardy
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in the sources I read the they are in the central europe or sometimes south central. But on the other hand Germany is...
Aug7-14 01:18 AM
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I've never really studied clouds or the movements of clouds or paid any attention to the science that I was taught in...
Aug4-14 08:52 AM
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The reason: I live in a small waterside town and we are very concerned over our water table. The problem is...
Jul30-14 03:48 PM
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What features of our Earth amaze you the most? They can be natural wonders, science phenomenons, landforms, etc. Share...
Jul29-14 01:14 PM
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A region of Venezuela has a high incidence of recurrent thunderstorm activity. It is apparently a unique set of...
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Jul27-14 09:08 PM
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Hi. Just a idea wondering around my brain today. I live near volcanoes, some have secondary activity (which is...
Jul20-14 10:24 PM
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If given the decibels from the thunder and the distance away the lightning struck, would it be possible to tell the...
Jul20-14 06:22 PM
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An unusual crater has been discovered on the Yamal peninsula in Siberia. ...
Jul19-14 07:34 PM
jim hardy
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Just wondering if it's true when people say we will be out of oil in 50 years. If so are there plans to what's gonna...
Jul18-14 06:50 PM
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I was googling to see if a bomb could disrupt a tornado and I came across this thread here (...
Jul9-14 06:23 PM
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Somehow I managed to miss an anniversary from my childhood: It was 45 years ago last Sunday that the Cuyahoga River...
Jul8-14 01:23 AM
Trucker Mark
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In Science 4 July 2014, there is an item that I saw summarised online: Injection wells blamed in Oklahoma...
Jul6-14 04:29 AM
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I've heard that the earths magnetic field protects us from radiation but am curious as to how this works. I assume...
Jul4-14 06:03 PM
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My current understanding is that civilization is built on fossil fuels, and the resulting emissions cause climate...
Jun25-14 08:19 PM
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The IPCC uses a figure 1.2C for the direct response to a doubling of CO2, from 280 ppm to 560 ppm....
Jun24-14 05:55 PM
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OK so we all know that seismic waves decrease in amplitude at about 1/r, the decay is slower than P and S-waves but...
Jun23-14 06:58 PM
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Not sure if I should post this question here or in the Materials & Chemical Engineering forum but I will give it a...
Jun22-14 09:32 AM
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The question is whether it's theoretically possible to tap this source for human use? ...
Jun17-14 11:57 PM
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If one digs a well near the ocean can the sand filter the salt out of ocean water? If so how far inland would one have...
Jun17-14 03:06 PM
james marple
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I have just had a trip up Mt. Etna (Sicily). A brilliant trip but it raised a question. There are large patches of...
Jun12-14 07:35 PM
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I have an idea for you on defusing or dissipating tornados. I thought that a sufficiently large explosion at the...
Jun12-14 10:30 AM
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Of course night is colder than daytime in general but it seems to me that maybe half an hour before sunrise it seems...
Jun12-14 07:15 AM
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My teacher says in a couple of hundred years we are going to run out of fossil fuels. What then? I am pretty sure we...
Jun12-14 06:32 AM
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I've certainly hear and read tons of stuff that is not only less than top notch science, but also seems to answer the...
Jun12-14 02:25 AM
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Hi i have this question in my mind for very long time ,what stops water on earth from going further down and down and...
Jun11-14 07:39 AM
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Yes, curious about that. (No, I'm NOT asking about some short term disturbances when glaciers were melting, but...
Jun11-14 03:17 AM
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