MadSci Search Results for Denise Kaisler

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1. Astronomy: Re: Why is there no general solution to the three-body problem?, Denise Kaisler, Grad student, Astronomy, UCLA, Division of Astronomy Wed May 10 20:51:07 2000
2. Physics: Re: What are some examples of energy converting to matter?, Denise Kaisler, Grad student, Astronomy, UCLA, Division of Astronomy Fri Jan 8 17:54:05 1999
3. Astronomy: Re: Is there a relation with the sun and the earthquakes?, Denise Kaisler, Grad student, Astronomy, UCLA, Division of Astronomy Thu Apr 27 15:45:42 2000
4. Astronomy: Re: How long do you have to be in college to be a astronaunt?, Denise Kaisler, Grad student, Astronomy, UCLA, Division of Astronomy Tue Mar 16 17:14:28 1999
5. Astronomy: Re: How many stellar BlackHoles observed so far?, Denise Kaisler, Grad student, Astronomy, UCLA, Division of Astronomy Fri May 28 13:33:05 1999
6. Physics: Re: Why do thin glass plane mirrors not show colour interference effects, Denise Kaisler, Grad student, Astronomy, UCLA, Division of Astronomy Thu Feb 4 11:11:56 1999
7. Astronomy: Re: do we know what the universe looks like in the present?, Denise Kaisler, Grad student, Astronomy, UCLA, Division of Astronomy Wed Sep 1 17:53:27 1999
8. Astronomy: Re: What planets and moons in our solar system can colonized and habitated?, Denise Kaisler, Grad student, Astronomy, UCLA, Division of Astronomy Wed Oct 20 23:10:12 1999
9. Astronomy: Re: Variation of light speed., Denise Kaisler, Grad student, Astronomy, UCLA, Division of Astronomy Wed May 24 19:04:13 2000
10. Physics: Re: How long can a straw possibly get so that you can still suck liquid from it, Denise Kaisler, Grad student, Astronomy, UCLA, Division of Astronomy Thu May 20 14:30:46 1999
11. Physics: Re: if gravity slows time does radioactivity increase in planet's center?, Denise Kaisler, Grad student, Astronomy, UCLA, Division of Astronomy Mon May 1 14:19:02 2000
12. Astronomy: Re: Why are galaxies accelerating away,and not slowing down?, Denise Kaisler, Grad student, Astronomy, UCLA, Division of Astronomy Thu Jun 8 13:25:27 2000
13. Engineering: Re: How can rainbows from a prism be made BIG with optics and still be bright, Denise Kaisler, Grad student, Astronomy, UCLA, Division of Astronomy Tue Sep 14 16:37:23 1999
14. Astronomy: Re: How do they determine your weight?, Denise Kaisler, Grad student, Astronomy, UCLA, Division of Astronomy Fri Feb 19 21:35:39 1999
15. Science History: Re: Who invented the 1st spacecraft?, Denise Kaisler, Grad student, Astronomy, UCLA, Division of Astronomy Mon Mar 15 14:31:28 1999
16. Astronomy: Re: Is it true that the moon may have prevented the earth from ending?, Denise Kaisler, Grad student, Astronomy, UCLA, Division of Astronomy Mon Dec 13 12:45:54 1999
17. Astronomy: Re: Why does the moon have less of a magnetic field than the earth.??, Denise Kaisler, Grad student, Astronomy, UCLA, Division of Astronomy Tue Nov 16 12:20:25 1999
18. Astronomy: Re: The rotation of the Sun, Denise Kaisler, Grad student, Astronomy, UCLA, Division of Astronomy Mon Dec 14 21:04:06 1998
19. Astronomy: Re: How long will the stars in consellations be there?, Denise Kaisler, Grad student, Astronomy, UCLA, Division of Astronomy Mon Feb 8 17:27:33 1999
20. Astronomy: Re: Do Blackholes rotate on an axis?, Denise Kaisler, Grad student, Astronomy, UCLA, Division of Astronomy Fri Oct 8 13:09:48 1999
21. Botany: Why do plants use chlorophyll?, Denise Kaisler, grad (science) Thu Jun 8 17:43:34 2000
22. Physics: Re: What specific process gives rise to blackbody photons?, Denise Kaisler, Grad student, Astronomy, UCLA, Division of Astronomy Tue Jun 13 16:07:44 2000
23. Astronomy: Re: Would gravity waves increase in proportion to increase in mass-, Denise Kaisler, Grad student, Astronomy, UCLA, Division of Astronomy Wed Sep 22 12:36:00 1999
24. Astronomy: Re: Would radiation in a Seyfert or Quasar galaxy kill life on planets within?, Denise Kaisler, Grad student, Astronomy, UCLA, Division of Astronomy Thu Apr 29 12:46:04 1999
25. Astronomy: Re: I was wondering what shape a black hole was, are they always round, 2D/3D?, Denise Kaisler, Grad student, Astronomy, UCLA, Division of Astronomy Mon Aug 23 13:27:23 1999


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