the reason why things look bigger as you get closer is simple and it's just down to geometry.
the angle an object subtends to your eye tells you how much of your vision it takes up (not sure why the inverse square law was being mentioned)
the angle subtended can be found with simple, rough...
a magnetic field is basically a vector field. every point has a vector associated with it which tells you what force the field exerts on the particle and the direction of this force.
you want to know what happens when you add vector fields - im sure you know what happens when you add vectors...
im not really clear on what you mean?
you mean moving from one red point to another? could you tell us all the information you know? i expect you can do this question either with geometry or energy
what are you talking about?
if you move towards a source of sound at speed v, the speed of the sound waves relative to you is (340+v)m/s
contrast this with light where if you move towards a torch with velocity v, the speed of the light waves relative to you is c m/s, the speed of light.
not at all, the argument itself is banned. you would be told off if you posted a tonne of scientific journals supporting global warming. also opinions cant be proven and QED is a pretty ridiculous thing to say there.