MadSci Search Results for Norm from Georgia

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1. Chemistry: Re: Endothermic process, Kevin Tuttle, Undergrad student, Biology, Georgia Institute of Technology Fri Apr 3 18:42:48 1998
2. Neuroscience: Re: If my 'genes made me do it', am I still responsible?, Gabriel Vargas, Director Wed Mar 21 17:23:23 2007
3. Genetics: Re: How would an alteration of a cell's DNA affect the cell?, Nicole Davis, Grad student, Department of Genetics, Harvard Medical School Wed Jun 23 20:58:34 1999
4. Earth Sciences: Re: what is the pressure for metamorphism generated by?, David Scarboro, Associate Lecturer Sun Jun 1 14:17:25 2003
5. Physics: A mind-boggling heat problem through a window, David, 10-12 Sat Oct 13 16:25:14 2001
6. Immunology: Re: What role does cytokine play in the immune response to the Ebola Virus?, Brian Foley, Molecular Genetics Staff Scientist Mon Jan 6 11:48:54 2003
7. Genetics: How would an alteration of a cell's DNA affect the cell?, James L. Gouldsmith, nonaligned Sat Jun 12 02:13:25 1999
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9. Physics: Re: How high does a golf ball fly, when hit by an average person?, Norm from Georgia, Staff, Materials Engineer, U S Air Force Materiel Command Fri Mar 11 13:00:58 2005
10. Environment/Ecology: Re: How much free oxygen does the rainforest give off in one year?, Keith Ingram, Faculty, Crop and Soil Sciences, The University of Georgia Mon May 4 13:33:50 1998
11. Physics: Re: Does a tire stop when it makes contact with the road?, Norm from Georgia, Staff, Materials Engineer, U S Air Force Materiel Command Mon Apr 18 09:43:27 2005
12. Chemistry: Re: What is the formula for amount of helium to lift wieght?, Jerry Jenkins, Grad student, Chemical Engineering, Georgia Tech Thu Sep 30 13:49:34 1999
13. Physics: Re: why does a magnetize nail don't have an equal amount on both ends of nail., Norm from Georgia, Staff, Materials Engineer, U S Air Force Materiel Command Thu Mar 24 12:54:23 2005
14. Physics: Re: Possible to use VandeGraaff generator to attract water? (large scale), Norm from Georgia, Staff, Materials Engineer, U S Air Force Materiel Command Tue Feb 22 12:01:52 2005
15. Engineering: Re: Air bubbles prevent fluid flow inside a small hollow fiber., Norm from Georgia, Staff, Materials Engineer, U S Air Force Materiel Command Fri Feb 4 14:43:39 2005
16. Engineering : Re: Does a well waxed automobile get measurably better mileage than unwaxed?, Tod Flak, Post-doc/Fellow Engineering Tue Mar 11 13:02:13 1997
17. Physics: Re: How does the temperature of a football affect how catchable it is?, Norm from Georgia, Staff, Materials Engineer, U S Air Force Materiel Command Thu Mar 31 13:20:43 2005
18. Earth Sciences: Re: How does Meteorology use Math? , Ken Harding, Science and Operations Officer Fri Dec 16 10:13:04 2005
19. Other: Re: Which metal copper, bronze, or silver will rust first, John Christie, Faculty, Dept. of Chemistry, Tue Nov 23 15:34:50 2004


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