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lami88
05-03-2017
03:53 AM ET (US)
Wow. cool post. I’d like to write like this too – taking time and real hard work to make a great article but I put things off too much and never seem to get started. Thanks though.I'm common rail come from sensor .
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warhammer
09-24-2008
02:41 AM ET (US)
Do you want play Warhammer?
Do you want buy Warhammer gold and Warhammer Power leveling?
you can to the website:www.gold-warhammer.com
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quick
06-16-2008
09:53 PM ET (US)
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laxi
06-12-2008
03:09 AM ET (US)
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fdfd
04-01-2008
08:16 PM ET (US)
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BookninjaPerson was signed in when posted
01-04-2006
04:39 PM ET (US)
Little Red Riding Hood=MC2
The physics of fairy tales.

Bringing a gold-laying goose to life, meanwhile, requires a bit of Newtonian physics.

"What if a goose really had to lay a golden egg?" Stocklmayer asked. "When they lay a regular egg, it comes out quite soft so they can squeeze it out. But gold is obviously hard [by comparison]."

According to Newton's Third Law of Motion, every action requires an equal and opposite reaction.

"If you assume the golden egg is three kilograms [seven pounds], then the laws of physics dictate that when the goose ejects the egg it would have to move in the opposition direction to the egg but with equal force," she said.

The industrious goose would therefore shoot away from its egg with the same coniderable amount of force required to lay the egg.

"We use a steel ball bearing and a mechanical hen, and that's exactly what happens," Stocklmayer said.

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BookninjaPerson was signed in when posted
12-28-2005
11:59 AM ET (US)
The statistics of success

How did The Da Vinci Code (known in Newfoundland as "The Da Vinci Cod") become such a blockbuster when it should have been destined for the remainder bin (it only had a 36% chance of success, apparently...)? Scientists, those wacky daffy wild and crazy guys and gals, investigate.


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BookninjaPerson was signed in when posted
11-30-2005
09:48 AM ET (US)
And speaking of the brain

How meat becomes mind, as opposed to, you know, a grilled T-bone. I love popular science in newspapers. I wish our papers did it. Well.


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BookninjaPerson was signed in when posted
10-02-2005
10:09 PM ET (US)
Scientist takes on Keats in cage match

Aesthetics and science: like chocolate and peanut butter. Hell, like chocolate and anything. (From Brenda)


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BookninjaPerson was signed in when posted
09-27-2005
02:43 PM ET (US)
Sorry, too hasty; it links now.

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question
09-27-2005
12:57 PM ET (US)
Is there a link to the interview.

The one link only goes to amazon.
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BookninjaPerson was signed in when posted
09-27-2005
11:57 AM ET (US)
Hawking interviewed

This is Hawking on his new book, A Briefer History of Time.

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BookninjaPerson was signed in when posted
09-26-2005
11:04 AM ET (US)
Evolutionary biology as linguistic tool

Articles like this make me all hot in my pants. But I just can't get off on anything less than 10,000 words. I need more time! I'm not a machine, you know!


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cfgPerson was signed in when posted
06-22-2005
11:31 AM ET (US)
The line between art and science is a fine one indeed. Kazuo Nakamura, a visual artist, thought so too, taking his inspiration from the natural world at a cellular level. What a gorgeous idea:

http://www.ago.net/info/ago_exhibition_arc...pecific.cfm?ID=1232
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