MadSci Search Results for Meghan Gray

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1. Astronomy: Re: Why can Bell Labs rule out COld Dark Matter?, Meghan Gray, Grad student, Astronomy, Cambridge University Thu Sep 28 07:23:59 2000
2. Astronomy: Re: How could objects be further than 14 billion light years apart?, Meghan Gray, Grad student, Astronomy, Cambridge University Thu Jul 6 10:01:10 2000
3. Physics: Re: Gravity is the curving of space, so why shpuld there be a graviton?, Meghan Gray, Grad student, Astronomy, Cambridge University Sun Jun 25 07:27:31 2000
4. Astronomy: Re: why does the presetion(like translation or rotation) happen on earth?, Meghan Gray, Grad student, Astronomy, Cambridge University Sat Jul 22 12:18:17 2000
5. Astronomy: Re: How can I see a faster than light movement?, Meghan Gray, Grad student, Astronomy, Cambridge University Thu Jun 8 08:39:52 2000
6. Astronomy: Re: Can new galaxies form?, Meghan Gray, Grad student, Astronomy, Cambridge University Wed Jan 24 06:45:40 2001
7. Astronomy: Re: Can 1 star appear in 2 places in the sky at the same time?, Meghan Gray, Grad student, Astronomy, Cambridge University Mon Sep 18 13:40:56 2000
8. Astronomy: Re: Climbing out of a black hole, Meghan Gray, Grad student, Astronomy, Cambridge University Mon Aug 14 06:40:32 2000
9. Physics: Re: Is my perception on Gravity correct or not?, Meghan Gray, Grad student, Astronomy, Cambridge University Thu Jan 11 10:45:26 2001
10. Astronomy: Re: Why is the night sky dark and not fully lit by the light from all the stars, Meghan Gray, Grad student, Astronomy, Cambridge University Mon May 15 18:23:13 2000
11. Physics: Re: what happens to light when bent by a gravitational force, Meghan Gray, Grad student, Astronomy, Cambridge University Fri Oct 13 09:15:28 2000
12. Astronomy: Re: Why doesn't one side of the earth face the sun continuously?, Meghan Gray, Grad student, Astronomy, Cambridge University Fri Dec 8 09:57:10 2000
13. Astronomy: Re: Where on the others planets and satelites exists water and how much?, Meghan Gray, Grad student, Astronomy, Cambridge University Mon Nov 20 09:32:28 2000
14. Astronomy: Re: how much gravity (or mass) does it take to bend light, say ... one foot?, Meghan Gray, Grad student, Astronomy, Cambridge University Thu Sep 28 07:22:07 2000
15. Astronomy: Re: VRD: Neutrinos and relativity, Meghan Gray, Grad student, Astronomy, Cambridge University Wed Jun 14 16:30:58 2000
16. Astronomy: Re: What are Xray binaries?, Meghan Gray, Grad student, Astronomy, Cambridge University Sat Nov 25 14:28:31 2000


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