MadSci Search Results for Dave Dixon

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1. Astronomy: Re: Blackholes, Dave Dixon, Assistant Research Physicist,University of California Fri Jan 23 16:56:41 1998
2. Physics: Re: How can I produce Energy from water using Ultrasound, Dave Dixon, Assistant Research Physicist,University of California Wed Apr 15 21:59:17 1998
3. Physics : Re: Why are kilograms used to measure weight and mass?, Dave Dixon, Assistant Research Physicist,University of California Wed Aug 13 14:04:27 1997
4. Physics: Re: Explain the principle of friction in snowboarding. , Dave Dixon, Assistant Research Physicist,University of California Mon Apr 27 13:03:45 1998
5. Astronomy: Re: Is there any scientific merit in these theories..., Dave Dixon, Assistant Research Physicist,University of California Thu Sep 3 12:36:18 1998
6. Physics: Re: Do electromagnetic waves have a measure of entropy? , Dave Dixon, Assistant Research Physicist,University of California Sun Jun 7 14:04:50 1998
7. Astronomy: Re: How the stars are attracting towards the black hole?, Dave Dixon, Assistant Research Physicist,University of California Tue Feb 23 12:51:42 1999
8. Physics : Re: Concerning projectile motion:, Dave Dixon, Assistant Research Physicist,University of California Fri Oct 24 11:16:38 1997
9. Physics : Re: Sound Waves; and their reactions within an environment, Dave Dixon, Assistant Research Physicist,University of California Mon Sep 22 12:08:23 1997
10. Astronomy: Re: Shockwaves in Space, Dave Dixon, Assistant Research Physicist,University of California Tue May 19 12:56:39 1998
11. Physics: Re: How does the 'drinking bird' toy work ?, Dave Dixon, Assistant Research Physicist,University of California Wed Oct 14 20:02:34 1998
12. Physics : Re: Why do the oboe and clarinet resonate differentlyt?, Dave Dixon, Assistant Research Physicist,University of California Wed Apr 9 20:21:38 1997
13. Physics: Re: How can a Photon possess momentum without having mass?, Dave Dixon, Assistant Research Physicist,University of California Tue Apr 28 16:00:08 1998
14. Astronomy: Re: Universe inflation : what about the time flow ?, Dave Dixon, Assistant Research Physicist,University of California Sun Jul 18 16:47:05 1999
15. Physics: Re: How do you know you're near the spped of light?, Dave Dixon, Assistant Research Physicist,University of California Thu Sep 17 13:41:51 1998
16. Physics: Re: How do Snowflakes Form?, Dave Dixon, Assistant Research Physicist,University of California Wed Dec 16 18:03:14 1998
17. Physics: Re: Why is the minimum energy for pair production 2mc^2(1+m/M)?, Dave Dixon, Assistant Research Physicist,University of California Thu Jun 24 17:22:59 1999
18. Physics: Re: snorkeing, Dave Dixon, Assistant Research Physicist,University of California Thu Jul 23 14:02:56 1998
19. Physics : Re: What is cohesion and how does it affect lubricants?, Dave Dixon, Assistant Research Physicist,University of California Mon Apr 21 13:17:41 1997
20. Physics: Re: A kaon is at rest, why would the pions have a momentum when it decays., Dave Dixon, Assistant Research Physicist,University of California Fri May 14 09:15:05 1999
21. Physics: Re: Where does the energy go?, Dave Dixon, Assistant Research Physicist,University of California Mon Feb 2 13:20:06 1998
22. Astronomy: Re: Sphere of light around a black hole?, Dave Dixon, Assistant Research Physicist,University of California Wed Nov 18 13:40:20 1998
23. Astronomy: Re: Is it really light in a ?lack hole., Dave Dixon, Assistant Research Physicist,University of California Tue Dec 29 18:06:21 1998
24. Physics : Re: Light Speed Theory (time travel)., Dave Dixon, Assistant Research Physicist,University of California Mon Nov 17 13:05:53 1997
25. Physics : Re: CAN ANY TYPE OF ENERGY CARRY MATTER?, Dave Dixon, Assistant Research Physicist,University of California Fri Sep 5 12:25:17 1997


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