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Forum: Astronomy Misc April 5th 13, 09:50 PM Posted to sci.physics,sci.astro,sci.math
Replies: 3
Views: 420
Posted By pete[_2_]
NOVA's Antikythera Mechanism applied to Sun's 220km/sec Chapt16.15Gravity Cells #1465 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed

Archimedes Plutonium wrote:

The worlds first computer-- Antikythera Mechanism
may lead to the clue of the Solar System solid body rotation.

I hate it when they describe
the oldest known...
Forum: Astronomy Misc October 15th 12, 10:05 PM Posted to sci.astro,sci.physics
Replies: 3
Views: 531
Posted By pete[_2_]
Battlestar Galactica star system found! :)

Yousuf Khan wrote:

Alien

Sun

One of my favorite actresses!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alien_Sun
Forum: Astronomy Misc May 19th 12, 05:58 PM Posted to sci.astro,sci.astro.amateur,sci.physics
Replies: 70
Views: 1,853
Posted By pete[_2_]
Galaxies already had enough material to form planets and lifein the early Universe!

Sam Wormley wrote:

Why not--life can get by with H, C, N and O with the latter three
first being generated in Population III Stars.

Those four elements are essential, but...
Forum: Policy May 3rd 12, 09:41 AM Posted to sci.physics,sci.space.policy
Replies: 8
Views: 567
Posted By pete[_2_]
Why So Many Round Discs On Lunar Module?

Wretch Fossil wrote:

On 5月3日, 上午8時35分, " wrote:
On May 2, 6:56 wrote:

The following figure...
Forum: Policy May 2nd 12, 03:50 PM Posted to sci.physics,sci.space.policy
Replies: 8
Views: 567
Posted By pete[_2_]
Why So Many Round Discs On Lunar Module?

Wretch Fossil wrote:

The following figure shows many images of round discs found on Lunar
Module of Apollo 11:
http://www.wretch.cc/album/show.php?i=lin440315&b=30&f=1044274563&p=56
...
Forum: Amateur Astronomy June 12th 11, 11:05 AM Posted to sci.astro.amateur,sci.physics
Replies: 3
Views: 294
Posted By pete[_2_]
Meteorite Reveals Chemistry of Early Earth

Sam Wormley wrote:

See:
http://www.astrobio.net/pressrelease/4021/meteorite-reveals-chemistry-of-early-earth

The text says:
The samples are considered very pristine,
because they fell...
Forum: Astronomy Misc March 24th 11, 01:41 AM Posted to sci.physics,sci.physics.relativity,sci.astro
Replies: 45
Views: 4,132
Posted By pete[_2_]
Moon illusion

Rama wrote:

1. It is said that moon illusion is psychological perception, not
physical i.e it got nothing to do with atmospheric refraction.
2. The horizone full moon is at farther distance...
Forum: Policy March 15th 11, 06:19 AM Posted to rec.arts.poems,sci.space.policy,alt.politics,sci.physics
Replies: 590
Views: 23,029
Posted By pete[_2_]
...Nuclear MELTDOWN in Japan, is US Threatened???

Jonathan wrote:

Look at this explosion at 47 seconds into the video.
A violent hydrogen explosion, demolishing such a
heavily reinforced containment building, must have
been the result of...
Forum: Amateur Astronomy March 9th 11, 12:56 PM Posted to sci.physics,sci.astro.amateur
Replies: 74
Views: 2,801
Posted By pete[_2_]
The Mystery of the Absent Sunspots

Martin Brown wrote:

Doesn't America have peculiar zoning laws that prevent people from
hanging washing outside?

I've only ever heard of that
as part of a radio anouncement
on behalf of The...
Forum: Astronomy Misc December 13th 10, 05:39 PM Posted to sci.astro,sci.physics
Replies: 14
Views: 633
Posted By pete[_2_]
Why is Saturn's moon Iapetus shaped like a walnut?

Yousuf Khan wrote:

An interesting theory they proposed is that if a satellite is higher
than the geosynchronous orbit line, it'll escape its host eventually.

That theory implies that the...
Forum: Astronomy Misc November 29th 10, 07:21 PM Posted to alt.usage.english,alt.religion.kibology,sci.astro,sci.physics.relativity,alt.philosophy
Replies: 214
Views: 4,908
Posted By pete[_2_]
Big Bang - formal name?

abzorba wrote:
In an earlier post, I noted that the name of that event which
theoretically created our Universe: The Big Bang, was originally
coined as a joke, and compared that joke with the...
Forum: Astronomy Misc June 17th 10, 11:44 PM Posted to sci.physics,sci.astro
Replies: 1
Views: 278
Posted By pete[_2_]
God is not happy

kurt stocklmeir wrote:

God will punish people of the U.S. if they let bad people be judges,
district attorneys and police

Are you still upset about harsh sentences
for people who shoot at...
Forum: Astronomy Misc June 6th 10, 08:22 AM Posted to sci.physics,sci.astro,sci.math
Replies: 118
Views: 3,355
Posted By pete[_2_]
zapping a moving car with the alleged Doppler radar yet the radiowave has no Doppler Chapt 8 #139; ATOM TOTALITY

Archimedes Plutonium wrote:

radio waves instead of radar waves.

What's your perceived difference between the two?

(RADAR = Radio Detection And Ranging)

--
pete
Forum: Policy May 16th 10, 02:09 PM Posted to sci.space.history,sci.space.policy,sci.physics
Replies: 126
Views: 3,905
Posted By pete[_2_]
"SpaceShipTwo could be single stage to SUBorbit"

Pat Flannery wrote:

I'm thinking of catching a Canada Goose...and feeding it on a diet of
black powder mixed with corn meal...then,
by replacing its beak with one
made of quartz rods,...
Forum: Astronomy Misc October 14th 06, 02:36 AM Posted to sci.physics,sci.astro,alt.religion.kibology
Replies: 4
Views: 272
Posted By pete[_2_]
God is mad

James Kibo Parry wrote:

However, your name
has the bodies of consonants
within its vowels.

.... Deep within it's vowels.

--
pete
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