MadSci Search Results for Bryan Dunne

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1. Astronomy: Re: Habitable zones, how are they calculated (formulas, not conjecture)?, Bryan Dunne, Instructor, Astronomy, University of Illinois Wed Jul 12 13:58:03 2006
2. Physics: Re: Why is matter scalable on Earth but weightless in space?, Bryan Dunne, Instructor, Astronomy, University of Illinois Mon Jan 29 11:02:50 2007
3. Astronomy: Re: How do we see stars if light is emitted in a spherical pattern?, Bryan Dunne, Grad student, Astronomy, University of Illinois Mon Dec 5 22:31:39 2005
4. Astronomy: Re: Can earthquakes occur on all the planets in the universe besides earth?, Bryan Dunne, Instructor, Astronomy, University of Illinois Tue Nov 14 09:12:11 2006
5. Astronomy: Re: are we looking at the sun? , Bryan Dunne, Instructor, Astronomy, University of Illinois Fri Jan 12 13:10:44 2007
6. Astronomy: Re: ...interacting ranges,...how likely is a 'laughing gas' giant planet? , Bryan Dunne, Instructor, Astronomy, University of Illinois Tue Oct 17 07:58:09 2006
7. Astronomy: Re: How can gravity collapse if it's universal?, Bryan Dunne, Grad student, Astronomy, University of Illinois Mon Nov 21 16:02:44 2005
8. Physics: Re: Are the number of positive and negative charges in the universe equal?, Bryan Dunne, Instructor, Astronomy, University of Illinois Thu Nov 30 03:14:43 2006
9. Earth Sciences: Re: Why is the day longer in December instead of January for Ottawa Canada? , Bryan Dunne, Instructor, Astronomy, University of Illinois Tue Nov 28 01:40:00 2006
10. Science History: Re: Who named the 6 types of quarks? What is the difference between them?, Bryan Dunne, Instructor, Astronomy, University of Illinois Thu Feb 9 11:58:29 2006
11. Physics: Re: Ulrick's (or some other spelling) conjecture, Bryan Dunne, Instructor, Astronomy, University of Illinois Fri Aug 25 18:06:59 2006
12. Astronomy: Re: Does a star become a diamond after it dies?, Bryan Dunne, Instructor, Astronomy, University of Illinois Sat Jul 1 12:36:47 2006
13. Astronomy: Re: How do you measure the 'bend' or 'dip' in space-time?, Bryan Dunne, Instructor, Astronomy, University of Illinois Sun May 14 14:02:42 2006
14. Astronomy: Re: If motion is relative, why is solar system considered heliocentric?, Bryan Dunne, Instructor, Astronomy, University of Illinois Thu Jan 5 15:39:02 2006
15. Science History: Re: When was the first optical illusion recorded ?, Bryan Dunne, Instructor, Astronomy, University of Illinois Thu Mar 1 15:48:38 2007


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