I noted that you are a theorist on the previous page.:smile: I'd like you to answer my question found on the previous page (#73).
"We should stand firm and insist that genuine science is based on observational testing of plausible hypotheses. There is nothing wrong with physically motivated...
Thanks!:smile: I'm an avid reader. I have a large library in my home. :smile: I'm especially fond of rare books. My computer has a large volume of of good stuff too. :biggrin:
So I can find the WAMP data through the Legacy Archive for Microwave Background Data Analysis (LAMBDA) at...
Brief comment, twofish-quant, the WMAP website is also used by the Smoot Group - Astrophysics and Cosmology. Might be worth reviewing their website:http://aether.lbl.gov/education.html
Dr. Smoot is also the Director of the Berkeley Center for Cosmological Physics and a winner of a Nobel...
Thanks Dave:smile: I recall reading back in 2010 about HD10180.
"The HD 10180 system represents an interesting example of
the various outcomes of planet formation. No massive gas giant
was formed, but instead a large number of still relatively massive
objects survived, and migrated to the...
Hi Jack.:smile: You have a great imagination.:biggrin: Never heard of the 'cracked egg type planet'. I do think the Earth and the Moon share a common thing:
1. From the American Association for the Advancement of Science - Science is a peer-reviewed journal:
Here is an excerpt (p.2) from the following pdf "Why the Moon is important for Solar System Science" that was submitted to The Inner Planets Panel, NRC Decadal Survey for the Planetary Sciences Division, Science Mission Directorate, NASA:
NASA has the educator edition "Exploring Space through Algebra" that addresses Weightless Wonder – Reduced Gravity Flight: http://www.nasa.gov/pdf/264005main_Algebra_Edu_C9.pdf [Broken]
The OP might find it useful. Very informative.:smile:
The National Science Foundation has a webcast with Steven Vogt and Paul Butler, leaders of a team that discovered the first potentially habitable exoplanet.
Also from The National Science Foundation on September...
NASA gives us some history about the Oort Cloud that I thought would be helpful for our viewers. I love NASA as some of our experts here already know!:smile: And, it gives me an opportunity to share NASA with our viewers with hope they will explore it's wonderful website and enjoy it as much as...
I think it would be helpful to have a better understanding of the terminology used for "Big Bang" since the OP RCulling asked, "So would we not see the big bang?" Briefly, here are the observations that have been made.:biggrin:
Since we on the topic of a black hole(s), I like to share the lastest information.
The following two articles give added information relating to the Nature article. (Nature is a peer-reviewed journal.)
1. University of Arizona astronomers discover most primitive supermassive black holes...
MarkitScience, very exciting news! I've reviewed the website you have provided. I'm not 100% sure if the owner of the website should be using a video from Nasa without permission. And, I didn't notice a credit given as is on the NASA website."This Cassini movie -- the first of its kind...
Hello Deepak Kapur (OP), I think that The National Radio Astronomy Observatory should be of help to you in your search. It is a 'facility of the National Science Foundation operated under cooperative agreement by Associated Universities, Inc.' that means it's "A" ok!:biggrin:
I don't know!!:eek: I just now saw it. Weird. I was trying to make a few corrections on it and it appeared on this page. I'm going to try to erase the one on the previous page. Sorry.
Ok, I fixed it. I have to run or I'm going to miss my appointment.
FFS, D H:smile:
"Singularities are to Ricci flow what black holes are to the evolution of the cosmos. Perelman also introduced a kind of geometric entropy, akin to the entropy studied in the exchange of heat, as in a turbine or motor."(Please refer to the link from Ereaka Alert that I...
I wonder if this might be helpful for this discussion, on March 18, 2010 there was a full press release for the First Clay Mathematics Institute Millennium Prize For Resolution of the Poincaré Conjecture Awarded to Dr. Grigoriy Perelman.
Full press release...
Hi Diagopod. Here is a little bit of information about the age of the Universe from CERN:"CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, is one of the world’s largest and most respected centres for scientific research. Its business is fundamental physics, finding out what the...
Ophiolite, I disagree with you.
Ophiolite, I disagree with you. I have already provided evidence of that in a previous post.
Ophiolite, they may call themselves "astrometeorologists" but obviously are not.
Ophiolite, I've reviewed the link and am not...
Nature had an article from August 27, 2009 entitled Sunspots stir oceans Variations in the Sun's brightness may have a big role in Pacific precipitation by Geoff Brumfiel.
"Computer simulations are showing how tiny variations in the Sun's brightness can have a big influence on weather above...