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Homework Help: Term Project - Bouncing Ideas

  1. Oct 20, 2006 #1
    Hi all,

    Just looking for a kick in the right direction, i'm in a third year physics (for non physics and astro majors) Which deals with the basics of astronomy through Newtonian physics, Einstein's relativity black holes and eventually into the big bang, early universe etc. Our term project needs to be relatively focused on some aspect of what our course covers and our teacher would prefer that it be on something like; why can time not flow backwards? rather than just a project detailing black holes.
    The hardest part for me is picking something to focus on so i'm hoping that you guys might have some particularly interesting question or area that I can investigate. Everything is drawing my attention but i'm particularily drawn to neutron stars/pulsars, black holes, wormholes and the string theory at the moment. (yes i know that's broad:P) So if you have any exciting ideas you'd like to share please do!
    Thanks for your help!
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