MadSci Search Results for Scott Kniffin

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1. Biophysics: Re: How would space travel affect a child of any given age?, Scott Kniffin, , Nuclear Engineer, Unisys Corporation Wed Mar 10 11:55:19 1999
2. Earth Sciences: Re: Why, when uranium is used in nuclear power plants is lead not a by-product?, Scott Kniffin, Nuclear Engineer, Orbital Sciences Corporation Mon Dec 9 17:49:17 2002
3. Earth Sciences: Re: What would the earth look like from space after nuclear war?, Scott Kniffin, , Nuclear Engineer, Unisys Corporation Tue Mar 7 10:41:35 2000
4. Engineering: Re: Can failed NASA missions be launched again?, Scott Kniffin, Nuclear Engineer, Orbital Sciences Corporation Tue Jan 4 16:20:18 2005
5. Physics: Re: What are the white, vertical lines seen adjacent to some atomic explosions?, Scott Kniffin, , Nuclear Engineer, Unisys Corporation Tue Oct 3 11:00:59 2000
6. Physics: Re: Use of heavy water in nuclear weapons, Scott Kniffin, Nuclear Engineer, Orbital Sciences Corporation Fri May 9 14:48:29 2003
7. Physics: Re: What secondary radiation does polyethelene produce from cosmic rays?, Scott Kniffin, Nuclear Engineer, Orbital Sciences Corporation Fri Jul 13 12:26:04 2001
8. Physics: Re: Which is more deadly, a depeted uranium bullet or the radiation it emits?, Scott Kniffin, , Nuclear Engineer, Unisys Corporation Thu Jan 28 15:48:27 1999
9. Physics: Re: How are elements above uranium formed?, Scott Kniffin, , Nuclear Engineer, Unisys Corporation Fri Mar 26 10:13:55 1999
10. Physics: Re: Is there anything to Bruce DePalma's 'free energy' device?, Scott Kniffin, Nuclear Engineer, Orbital Sciences Corporation Mon Mar 15 14:40:21 2004
11. Physics: Re: what wavelenght is the light generated by cerenkov effect?, Scott Kniffin, , Nuclear Engineer, Unisys Corporation Mon Feb 7 11:04:43 2000
12. Physics: Re: How far would fallout travel from a N. Korean above-ground nuclear test?, Scott Kniffin, Nuclear Engineer, Orbital Sciences Corporation Thu Feb 10 15:50:27 2005
13. Physics: Re: How might someone survive electrocution after a radio falls in his bathtub?, Scott Kniffin, Nuclear Engineer, Orbital Sciences Corporation Wed Aug 8 16:36:16 2001
14. Environment & Ecology: Re: canscientists take all nuclear waste and launch it to the sun?, Scott Kniffin, Nuclear Engineer, Orbital Sciences Corporation Tue Nov 25 14:26:03 2003
15. Physics: Re: Why doesn't H-bomb cause the fusion of Hydrogen in ocean?, Scott Kniffin, Nuclear Engineer, Muniz Engineering, Inc. Thu Oct 13 13:20:45 2005
16. Physics: Re: could you make a mini reactor out of a piece of Americium, Scott Kniffin, Nuclear Engineer, Orbital Sciences Corporation Tue Apr 22 16:09:04 2003
17. Physics: Re: would a nuetron bomb destroy buildings due to thermal stress?, Scott Kniffin, Nuclear Engineer, Orbital Sciences Corporation Mon Jan 7 14:45:16 2002
18. Physics: Re: How much nuclear waste is in the U.S.?, Scott Kniffin, Nuclear Engineer, Orbital Sciences Corporation Fri Mar 25 14:09:38 2005
19. Physics: Re: Why would high grade aluminum be used in nuclear weapons?, Scott Kniffin, Nuclear Engineer, Orbital Sciences Corporation Fri Jun 22 16:13:59 2001
20. Physics: Re: Can a Van de Graaff be used to convert uranium-238 into plutonium-239?, Scott Kniffin, , Nuclear Engineer, Unisys Corporation Wed Sep 20 14:56:35 2000
21. Other: Re: Is it possible for someone who doesn't live in America to get into NASA?, Scott Kniffin, Nuclear Engineer, Orbital Sciences Corporation Mon Apr 22 13:56:31 2002
22. Engineering: Re: How much weight can the SSRMS (Canadarm 2) for the ISS lift?, Scott Kniffin, Nuclear Engineer, Orbital Sciences Corporation Mon Nov 27 11:54:43 2000
23. Astronomy: Re: How can metallic hydrogen be used as a weapon?, Scott Kniffin, Nuclear Engineer, Orbital Sciences Corporation Thu Dec 26 16:10:03 2002
24. Physics: Re: Is there visible light from bremsstrahlung without any device?, Scott Kniffin, Nuclear Engineer, Orbital Sciences Corporation Wed Nov 26 10:46:38 2003
25. Astronomy: Re: Can a carbon-based lifeform survive in space without a suit?, Scott Kniffin, , Nuclear Engineer, Unisys Corporation Tue Oct 17 10:36:07 2000


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