MadSci Search Results for Nial Tanvir

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1. Astronomy: Re: As we look back in time, y doesnt the universe shrink?, Nial Tanvir, Faculty, Astrophysics Fri Nov 27 09:24:41 2015
2. Astronomy: Re: Expansion of space, total energy source., Nial Tanvir, Faculty, Astrophysics, University of Hertfordshire Tue Jul 27 04:00:04 1999
3. Astronomy: Re: Can you take 3-D astronomical images?, Nial Tanvir, Faculty, Astrophysics, University of Hertfordshire Fri Feb 23 07:21:27 2001
4. Astronomy: Re: what kind of stars are pulsating varible stars, Nial Tanvir, Faculty, Astrophysics Thu Apr 7 06:02:38 2005
5. Physics: Re: is induced emf a frame dependent quantity, Nial Tanvir, Faculty, Astrophysics Thu Jan 14 05:49:08 2016
6. Astronomy: Re: Is Dark Energy Internal or External to our Universe?, Nial Tanvir, Faculty, Astrophysics Wed Jan 27 15:55:19 2010
7. Physics: Re: Can the energy of the universe change in the near future say within 1 GYR? , Nial Tanvir, Faculty, Astrophysics Sat Nov 17 03:41:49 2007
8. Astronomy: Re: Why are some stars bigger than the others?, Nial Tanvir, Faculty, Astrophysics Wed Dec 19 08:00:05 2007
9. Physics: Re: When I looked through a red balloon filled with helium it neutralized......, Nial Tanvir, Faculty, Astrophysics, University of Hertfordshire Mon Mar 22 02:47:16 1999
10. Physics: Re: In mirrors, does a relection of a reflection retain it's 3-d depth?, Nial Tanvir, Faculty, Astrophysics, University of Hertfordshire Mon Oct 22 17:38:10 2001
11. Physics: Re: Electrons exciting materials to emit light., Nial Tanvir, Faculty, Astrophysics, University of Hertfordshire Tue Oct 30 06:12:51 2001
12. Physics: Re: How can one measure the molecular vibrations of a body?, Nial Tanvir, Faculty, Astrophysics, University of Hertfordshire Fri Oct 5 06:35:50 2001
13. Physics: Re: Accurate measurement in Mickelson-Morley Experiment?, Nial Tanvir, Faculty, Astrophysics, University of Hertfordshire Thu Jul 19 05:53:23 2001
14. Astronomy: Re: Why does the universe need dark matter?, Nial Tanvir, Faculty, Astrophysics, University of Hertfordshire Thu Mar 16 02:00:34 2000
15. Engineering: Re: making a magnifying device without a traditional lense., Nial Tanvir, Faculty, Astrophysics, University of Hertfordshire Tue Aug 14 07:50:22 2001
16. Astronomy: Re: does universe evolved from blackhole?, Nial Tanvir, Faculty, Astrophysics Sun Feb 11 09:49:30 2007
17. Physics: Re: Difference between interfernce by division of amplitude and wavefront., Nial Tanvir, Faculty, Astrophysics Wed Sep 19 08:07:01 2012
18. Astronomy: Re: Will the light from betelgeuse be hot?, Nial Tanvir, Faculty, Astrophysics Thu Feb 3 14:04:29 2011
19. Physics: Re: Why can people see dust in a beam of light?, Nial Tanvir, Faculty, Astrophysics Tue Jan 24 16:41:09 2006
20. Physics: Re: What is wrong with a universe with zero energy density?, Nial Tanvir, Faculty, Astrophysics Mon Mar 21 08:31:30 2011
21. Astronomy: Re: How can we see a galaxy 13 billion light years away, Nial Tanvir, Faculty, Astrophysics Tue May 31 14:33:26 2011
22. Astronomy: Re: alternative cosmology: the arp-narlikar's variable mass theory, Nial Tanvir, Faculty, Astrophysics Tue Jun 10 13:11:48 2008
23. Physics: Re: what is the min. angle of incidence for a prism to refract a ray of light?, Nial Tanvir, Faculty, Astrophysics Sun Oct 3 16:20:29 2004
24. Physics: Re: what happens to light that enters a telescope lens not parallel to the tube, Nial Tanvir, Faculty, Astrophysics, University of Hertfordshire Wed Oct 25 06:02:53 2000
25. Physics: Re: Is there any such phenomena as space tear?, Nial Tanvir, Faculty, Astrophysics Wed Jan 19 15:49:46 2011


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