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22nd Mar 2010Posted in: Physics, Research 0

Introduction We shall then try to solve and investigate the motion of the planet by using a spreadsheet.

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22nd Mar 2010Posted in: Physics, Research 0

Introduction Muons were first discovered by Carl Anderson, Seth Neddermeyer and their colleagues in 1936, when they studied the tracks left behind by comic rays in their cloud chamber. Atmospheric muons are short-lived particles but are nonetheless fast-moving and thus have high penetrating power. They can pass through a block of lead easily without being […]

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22nd Mar 2010Posted in: Physics, Research 0

Introduction Denoting the size of the universe at time universe is described by Einstein’s equation of motion. The first term of the equation describes the gravitational attraction and the second term describes the vacuum repulsion. Our task is to describe the future expansion of the universe and trace backward to find the age of it […]

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