MadSci Search Results for Kevin

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1. Anatomy: Re: What daily activities raise our pulse?, Kevin Reed, Engineer Thu Jul 29 13:46:15 2010
2. Astronomy: Re: What are plasma jets from spining black holes and Hawking radiation?, Amber Iler, Staff, Research Scientist, Veridian Systems, Inc. Fri Nov 16 13:08:56 2001
3. Neuroscience: Re: What is happening in our eyes and neurons when we see optical illusions, Kevin Tuttle, Undergrad student, Biology, Georgia Institute of Technology Mon Oct 12 11:32:46 1998
4. Astronomy: finding telescope mirror size, Kevin Burke, undergrad Mon Sep 11 17:35:36 2000
5. Medicine: Re: What are some harmless experients I can use with 1-2 grade students?, Kevin Caldwell, Faculty, Neurosciences, University of New Mexico Fri May 23 00:52:39 2003
6. Neuroscience: Re: is it impossible to not hear?, Kevin Caldwell, Faculty, Neurosciences, University of New Mexico Wed Apr 11 17:30:11 2001
7. Computer Science: Re: Computer viruses, Kevin Tuttle, Undergrad student, Biology, Georgia Institute of Technology Mon Oct 12 11:15:04 1998
8. Medicine: Re: what can affect someone's lung capacity, Kevin Reed, Engineer Thu Mar 20 20:52:19 2014
9. Zoology: Re: Penguin sleeping position-I am doing a project on penguins. After, June M. Wingert , RM(NRM), Research Associate, Comparative Pathology Department, Baylor College of Medicine Wed Dec 8 09:57:27 1999
10. Physics: If a hair dryer was dropped into a lake,would everyone be electocuted?, Kevin, teacher/prof Sat Feb 24 15:11:28 2001
11. Chemistry: Re: What is the product of water electrolysis when you use platinum electrodes?, Neil Saunders, Research fellow Sun Aug 27 01:25:28 2000
12. Physics: Can I make holographic image from 2-Dimensional drawing., Kevin, undergrad Sat May 1 09:52:50 2010
13. Zoology: What is the predicted future of the peregrine falcon?, Kevin, 10-12 Sat May 2 12:50:37 1998
14. Physics: Re: How can nanoscientists pick atoms up and move them about when they are not , Kevin Davies, Grad Student, Chemistry Wed Sep 26 14:42:03 2007
15. Chemistry: Re: Why do metals usually have high densities?, Kevin Wright, Secondary School Teacher, Head of Science, Chemistry graduate., Mary Hare School for the Deaf Mon Nov 27 12:37:00 2000
16. Botany: do magnetic feilds have an affect on plant growth, kevin, 10-12 Thu Jan 29 23:22:36 1998
17. Engineering : Re: DC electric: Positive vs Negative?, Tod Flak, Post-doc/Fellow Engineering Sun Jan 12 16:41:42 1997
18. Evolution: Re: Why didn't mammals evolve with lungs and gills?, Meg Fellows, Staff, Science, Perry Institute for Marine Science Fri Mar 31 09:35:01 2000
19. Astronomy: Re: are ultrahigh energy cosmic rays a threat to life on earth from 60mly?, Benjamin Monreal, Grad student, Physics, MIT Thu Mar 31 11:54:01 2005
20. Evolution: Re: why do mosquito bites itch/hurt ?, Kevin Tuttle, Undergrad student, Biology, Georgia Institute of Technology Mon Oct 12 11:28:10 1998
21. Biophysics: Re: What will the effect of the magnetic field of the earth flipping be on life, Kevin Reed, Engineer, Tue Nov 16 14:52:58 1999
22. Biophysics: Re: How can a man conduct high current through his body at 200 v with no injury, Kevin Reed, Engineer Mon Sep 27 22:23:02 2010
23. Biochemistry: Re: Bio-ethanol, is it 'carbon neutral'?, Kevin, Grad student, Dept. of Chemistry and Biochemistry, George Mason University Fri Jun 8 10:13:24 2007
24. Chemistry: How to measure the Acidity of an atmosphere?, Kevin, undergrad Sun Sep 5 07:18:50 2010
25. Chemistry: Re: Do liquids dissolve liquids? , Kevin Wright, Secondary School Teacher, Head of Science, Chemistry graduate., Mary Hare School for the Deaf Tue Nov 11 13:42:54 2003


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