MadSci Search Results for Andy Goddard

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1. Physics: Re: Will Artificial Gravity increase with an increasing rate of acceleration, Andy Goddard, Staff, Teaching and Learning Resources, Strathclyde University Tue Dec 21 04:23:07 2004
2. Physics: Re: What is the best way to move one billion pounds into space?, Andy Goddard, Staff, Teaching and Learning Resources, Strathclyde University Fri Dec 10 10:06:38 2004
3. Astronomy: Re: In relation to the planets, where is Halley's Comet right now?, Andy Goddard, Staff, Teaching and Learning Resources, Strathclyde University Fri Dec 14 06:46:15 2001
4. Astronomy: Re: maximum size for non-gaseous planet, Andy Goddard, Staff, Teaching and Learning Resources, Strathclyde University Thu May 6 05:52:19 2004
5. Astronomy: Re: Could someone use the electromagnetic fields of the planets and sun?, Andy Goddard, Staff, Teaching and Learning Resources, Strathclyde University Wed Dec 12 05:24:56 2001
6. Astronomy: Re: when will we no longer have a moon, Andy Goddard, Staff, Teaching and Learning Resources, Strathclyde University Mon Apr 29 10:19:41 2002
7. Physics: Re: D-3He Fusion fuel tanks for space travel, Andy Goddard, Staff, Teaching and Learning Resources, Strathclyde University Fri Mar 4 05:22:05 2005
8. Astronomy: Re: Can a dying star be revived by an influx of fresh hydrogen?, Andy Goddard, Staff, Teaching and Learning Resources, Strathclyde University Tue Sep 20 05:14:41 2005
9. General Biology: Re: What are the energy requirements of thought?, Alex Goddard, Grad student, Neuroscience, Harvard Medical School Thu Sep 22 05:51:30 2005
10. Neuroscience: Re: Whether electric shock therapy can create new memories, Alex Goddard, Grad student, Neuroscience, Harvard Medical School Sun Mar 31 20:02:25 2002
11. Physics: Re: Is aluminium crystalline or polycrystalline as a) a solid b) a liquid?, Andy Goddard, Staff, Teaching and Learning Resources, Strathclyde University Thu Jan 20 06:30:45 2005
12. Astronomy: Re: When were the first five planets discovered, and by who?, Andy Goddard, Staff, Teaching and Learning Resources, Strathclyde University Sun Dec 30 12:27:48 2001
13. Astronomy: Re: what are satellites use for, Andy Goddard, Staff, Teaching and Learning Resources, Strathclyde University Tue Apr 9 05:14:24 2002
14. Physics: Re: How far would fallout travel from a N. Korean above-ground nuclear test?, Scott Kniffin, Nuclear Engineer, Orbital Sciences Corporation Thu Feb 10 15:50:27 2005
15. Astronomy: Re: How long can Haley's comet be seen in the sky?, Andy Goddard, Staff, Teaching and Learning Resources, Strathclyde University Fri Apr 29 04:13:30 2005
16. Astronomy: Re: how could you travel to callisto using today's technology?, Andy Goddard, Staff, Teaching and Learning Resources, Strathclyde University Mon Apr 15 08:35:35 2002
17. Astronomy: Re: How do astronomers know that stars are located in the same place as we see, Andy Goddard, Staff, Teaching and Learning Resources, Strathclyde University Tue Aug 29 03:03:12 2006
18. Astronomy: Re: Why doesn't the Moon have an atmosphere like the Earth?, Andy Goddard, Staff, Teaching and Learning Resources, Strathclyde University Sun Feb 24 18:14:41 2002
19. Astronomy: Re: what does the area under the displacement of the moon's graph represent?, Andy Goddard, Staff, Teaching and Learning Resources, Strathclyde University Thu Oct 7 03:52:46 2004
20. Physics: Re: Only One Fundamental Force?, Andy Goddard, Staff, Teaching and Learning Resources, Strathclyde University Mon Mar 21 07:18:19 2005
21. Zoology: Re: If you dropped a dog tick from an airplane or tall building, would it die? , Andy Goddard, Staff, Teaching and Learning Resources, Strathclyde University Tue Feb 22 06:24:00 2005
22. Physics: Re: Could the future spaceship be shielded from Ultrahigh energy cosmic rays?, Andy Goddard, Staff, Teaching and Learning Resources, Strathclyde University Wed Apr 13 10:49:44 2005
23. Physics: Re: Do a train's wheels travel at different speeds?, Andy Goddard, Staff, Teaching and Learning Resources, Strathclyde University Tue Apr 5 06:50:02 2005
24. Virology: Re: Why are retroviruses such an important area for inquiry and investigation t, Alex Goddard, Grad student, Neuroscience, Harvard Medical School Tue Dec 11 21:28:03 2001
25. Astronomy: Re: How could ancient cultures calculate the distance to the sun, Andy Goddard, Staff, Teaching and Learning Resources, Strathclyde University Thu Apr 7 10:57:50 2005


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