MadSci Search Results for Benn Tannenbaum

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1. Physics: Re: What are the logical, scientific reasons why matter/energy is not eternal?, Benn Tannenbaum, Post-doc/Fellow, Physics and Astronomy, University of California, Los Angeles Fri Jul 6 18:38:51 2001
2. Physics: Re: Maximum Velocity achieved in Particle accelarators: ref :1003861069.Ph, Benn Tannenbaum, Post-doc/Fellow, Physics and Astronomy, University of California, Los Angeles Tue Nov 13 21:57:43 2001
3. Physics: Re: What size of mushroom cloud is produced by x kiltons of TNT? , Benn Tannenbaum, Senior Research Analyst Mon Sep 20 12:41:40 2004
4. Computer Science: Re: How to trace a cybercrook using dial-up?, Benn Tannenbaum, Program Director Sun Jan 1 10:29:21 2012
5. Physics: Re: What is the equation for calculating the strong force between two particles, Benn Tannenbaum, Post-doc/Fellow, Physics and Astronomy, University of California, Los Angeles Thu Aug 24 21:23:46 2000
6. Physics: Re: is there such thing as subspace, Benn Tannenbaum, Post-doc/Fellow, Physics and Astronomy, University of California, Los Angeles Wed Aug 2 12:32:52 2000
7. Physics: Re: Why do most hydrogen atoms have no neutron?, Benn Tannenbaum, Senior Program Associate Fri Sep 8 09:47:02 2006
8. Physics: Re: Why is an electromagnetic field a wave? Are the particles also waves?, Benn Tannenbaum, AAAS/APS Congressional Science Fellow Tue Dec 31 13:48:48 2002
9. Physics: Re: Do blackholes slow down gradually?, Benn Tannenbaum, Program Director Wed Sep 15 18:02:32 2010
10. Physics: Re: what is the velocity of a muon, Benn Tannenbaum, Post-doc/Fellow, Physics and Astronomy, University of California, Los Angeles Thu Apr 13 11:21:21 2000
11. Physics: Re: Why radio waves can pass through a wall but light waves can't ?, Benn Tannenbaum, Program Director Tue Jun 7 10:37:06 2016
12. Physics: Re: Are subatomic particles always round and what is inside them?, Benn Tannenbaum, Post-doc/Fellow, Physics and Astronomy, University of California, Los Angeles Fri Dec 1 17:59:51 2000
13. Physics: Re: If I added neutrons to an object would it change the weight?, Benn Tannenbaum, Post-doc/Fellow, Physics and Astronomy, University of California, Los Angeles Tue Jul 25 14:42:19 2000
14. Physics: Re: have subatomic particles ever been accelrated to super-luminary speeds?, Benn Tannenbaum, Post-doc/Fellow, Physics and Astronomy, University of California, Los Angeles Wed Feb 7 12:06:23 2001
15. Physics: Re: They have found a CP violation?, whats to happen to the standard model?, Benn Tannenbaum, Post-doc/Fellow, Physics and Astronomy, University of California, Los Angeles Mon May 22 17:34:48 2000
16. Physics: Re: Why do you need a nuetron to split an atom? Why can't you use a proton?, Benn Tannenbaum, Post-doc/Fellow, Physics and Astronomy, University of California, Los Angeles Thu Apr 13 11:15:41 2000
17. Physics: Re: Am I correct in assuming that while particles and matter (fermions) can be , Benn Tannenbaum, Post-doc/Fellow, Physics and Astronomy, University of California, Los Angeles Mon Jul 23 10:54:37 2001
18. Physics: Re: Has a new sub-atomic particle been discovered in 2001?, Benn Tannenbaum, Post-doc/Fellow, Physics and Astronomy, University of California, Los Angeles Tue Feb 27 14:43:15 2001
19. Physics: Re: Can magnetism, emf or motion of a particle take a spiral path ?, Benn Tannenbaum, Post-doc/Fellow, Physics and Astronomy, University of California, Los Angeles Thu Jun 28 15:11:01 2001
20. Physics: Re: Why/how is electric charge quantized?, Benn Tannenbaum, Program Director Fri Jul 19 12:38:23 2013
21. Physics: Re: my question is regarding question 982969482.Ph , Benn Tannenbaum, Post-doc/Fellow, Physics and Astronomy, University of California, Los Angeles Wed Apr 25 14:33:19 2001
22. Physics: Re: Were can I find a nuclear physicist to interview for a school project?, Benn Tannenbaum, AAAS/APS Congressional Science Fellow Thu May 1 12:15:12 2003
23. Physics: Re: Was energy released in Cockcroft and Walton's 1932 experiment?, Benn Tannenbaum, Program Director Wed Sep 5 17:57:31 2012
24. Physics: Re: Are there any subatomic particles that release no energy?, Benn Tannenbaum, Post-doc/Fellow, Physics and Astronomy, University of California, Los Angeles Fri Mar 24 18:31:00 2000
25. Physics: Re: The electron is divisible?, Benn Tannenbaum, Post-doc/Fellow, Physics and Astronomy, University of California, Los Angeles Fri Apr 7 14:46:47 2000


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