MadSci Search Results for Randall Scalise

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1. Physics: Re: two relativistically approaching electrons feel weaker force?‏, Randall Scalise, Faculty, Physics Mon Mar 30 11:24:15 2015
2. Astronomy: Re: Can precession occur in the opposite direction?, Randall Scalise, Faculty, Physics, Southern Methodist University Fri Sep 21 14:30:39 2001
3. Astronomy: Re: What causes the great variety in the planets' densities?, Randall Scalise, Faculty, Physics, Southern Methodist University Wed Feb 7 16:48:28 2001
4. Physics: Re: Is Schrödingers cat actually alive and dead at once?, Randall Scalise, Faculty, Physics Fri Mar 4 17:00:43 2011
5. Physics: Re: How likely do scientists think that axions exist?, Randall Scalise, Faculty, Physics Mon Feb 22 12:25:43 2010
6. Physics: Re: what determines virtual particles energy?, Randall Scalise, Faculty, Physics, Southern Methodist University Sun Mar 25 05:31:38 2001
7. Physics: Re: does a particle have mass if it does not move?, Randall Scalise, Faculty, Physics, Southern Methodist University Thu Sep 6 17:49:23 2001
8. Physics: Re: Gravity and probability clouds, can we measure any effects?, Randall Scalise, Faculty, Physics Sat Aug 13 14:52:54 2011
9. Physics: Re: Why are the concepts of universal law of gravity and coulombs law different, Randall Scalise, Faculty, Physics, Southern Methodist University Fri Dec 28 00:46:24 2001
10. Physics: Re: why don't all quarks attract each other, Randall Scalise, Faculty, Physics, Southern Methodist University Mon May 21 18:18:23 2001
11. Physics: Re: Just what is the size and shape of a photon?, Randall Scalise, Faculty, Physics Thu May 22 09:42:58 2014
12. Physics: Re: How can we find the mass of weak gauge bosons(W&Z) by knowing their range?, Randall Scalise, Faculty, Physics Sat Jan 3 15:05:08 2004
13. Physics: Re: higher mass -> more zero-point energy? or zero-point energy is constant??, Randall Scalise, Faculty, Physics Sun Nov 9 08:26:18 2014
14. Physics: Re: What's the difference between the different string theories?, Randall Scalise, Faculty, Physics, Southern Methodist University Sat Aug 18 03:37:00 2001
15. Physics: Re: 1. What's the energy of an electron confined to a region the size of a nucl, Randall Scalise, Faculty, Physics, Southern Methodist University Sun Nov 18 21:00:55 2001
16. Physics: Re: physics of hockey puck impacting goalie, Randall Scalise, Faculty, Physics, Southern Methodist University Tue Jun 19 15:21:21 2001
17. Astronomy: Re: Venus' Uniform Global temperature could be dropped to habitable if ...?, Randall Scalise, Faculty, Physics Tue Jul 31 12:45:06 2007
18. Physics: Re: spin value and energy requirement for quantum field?, Randall Scalise, Faculty, Physics Wed Oct 8 22:12:59 2014
19. Physics: Re: Higgs Boson, Particles & mass, Randall Scalise, Faculty, Physics Tue May 14 13:59:18 2013
20. Physics: Re: Why don't noble gas ions easily form compounds?, Randall Scalise, Faculty, Physics Fri Jun 10 18:11:01 2016
21. Physics: Re: what applies force from the mean position of a vibrating molecule?, Randall Scalise, Faculty, Physics Sun Apr 29 13:58:59 2012
22. Physics: Re: how is spontaneous creation of particles from gamma-rays done?, Randall Scalise, Faculty, Physics, Southern Methodist University Sun Jun 10 17:36:50 2001
23. Physics: Re: Do virtual particles appear only in a vacuum?, Randall Scalise, Faculty, Physics Sat Jun 26 19:06:37 2010
24. Physics: Re: how powerful is the most powerful elecromagnet?, Randall Scalise, Faculty, Physics, Southern Methodist University Mon Apr 16 03:10:59 2001
25. Physics: Re: bumpy horizon? how large is the patch of the surface emmiting a photon?, Randall Scalise, Faculty, Physics Mon Dec 23 16:44:13 2013


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