MadSci Search Results for Sidney Chivers

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1. Earth Sciences: Re: When is the largest amount of the earth's land mass covered in daylight?, Sidney Chivers, , Nuclear Engineering, retired Mon Aug 7 09:24:35 2000
2. Earth Sciences: Re: who discovered 106 seaborgium or unnlhexlum, Sidney Chivers, , Nuclear Engineering, retired Tue Aug 28 15:17:56 2001
3. Physics: Re: Is it possible to create Solar weapons?, Sidney Chivers, , Nuclear Engineering, retired Tue Mar 14 14:32:39 2000
4. physics: Re: VRD - physics of butterfly wings, Sidney Chivers, , Nuclear Engineering, retired Tue Jul 18 00:06:12 2000
5. Physics: Re: How would I go about measuring my volume, Sidney Chivers, , Nuclear Engineering, retired Sat Oct 14 08:24:51 2000
6. Physics: Re: Does high volltage wiring cause cancer or other health problems?, Sidney Chivers, , Nuclear Engineering, retired Sat Sep 16 20:04:36 2000
7. Physics: Re: Would my idea of converting nuclear energy and electricty work?, Sidney Chivers, , Nuclear Engineering, retired Thu Mar 22 20:05:06 2001
8. Engineering: Re: Breaking uncooked spaghetti by bending always results in 3 pieces. Why? , Sidney Chivers, , Nuclear Engineering, retired Sun Mar 26 11:04:18 2000
9. Physics: Re: Why does a cake take longer to bake in a smaller cake pan?, Sidney Chivers, , Nuclear Engineering, retired Fri Aug 4 15:05:09 2000
10. Earth Sciences: Re: How do scientists date rocks?, Sidney Chivers, , Nuclear Engineering, retired Mon Oct 2 20:29:06 2000
11. Physics: Re: How is the 4th Dimension TIME*square root of -1?, Sidney Chivers, Math and physics tutor Sun May 25 14:59:18 2003
12. Physics: Re: What moves faster than light in order for light to exist?, Sidney Chivers, , Nuclear Engineering, retired Sun Sep 17 16:14:02 2000
13. Engineering: Re: Is water flow in a hose affected by the diameter of the hose fittings? , Sidney Chivers, , Nuclear Engineering, retired Sun May 6 14:10:26 2001
14. Engineering: Re: What happens to the tension in a spring when it is melted?, Sidney Chivers, , Nuclear Engineering, retired Thu Mar 22 13:00:49 2001
15. Physics: Re: Do steel cans float on water? If so, why? , Sidney Chivers, , Nuclear Engineering, retired Sat May 13 21:08:21 2000
16. Engineering: Re: how does a rocket engine work?, Sidney Chivers, , Nuclear Engineering, retired Wed Aug 9 14:05:14 2000
17. Physics: Re: How does the movement of the sol system affect the, Sidney Chivers, Math and physics tutor Sat Feb 26 14:07:29 2005
18. Physics: Re: At what point does condensation occur, Sidney Chivers, , Nuclear Engineering, retired Mon Dec 27 13:57:14 1999
19. Physics: Re: TIME DIALATION SPECIFICS AND RELATIVITY FOR SCI FI BOOK, Sidney Chivers, Math and physics tutor Wed Sep 10 15:39:08 2003
20. Physics: Re: Is dark matter and space-time the same thing?, Sidney Chivers, Math and physics tutor Fri Apr 13 08:06:55 2007
21. Physics: Re: what is the difference between adiabatic and isothermal change?, Sidney Chivers, , Nuclear Engineering, retired Mon Mar 12 19:25:25 2001
22. Earth Sciences: Re: If it waspossable todig ahole throughtheeartwherewouldstopif you jumped , Sidney Chivers, , Nuclear Engineering, retired Sun Mar 25 15:14:46 2001
23. Physics: Re: if the equation to find the height of a mushroom cloud from a nuclear bomb?, Sidney Chivers, Math and physics tutor Tue Dec 4 00:51:31 2012
24. Astronomy: Re: How can black holes have merged?, Sidney Chivers, Math and physics tutor Mon Jun 14 20:27:14 2010
25. Engineering: Re: Why does a sheet of steel,cardboard,or plywood collapse when weight is appl, Sidney Chivers, , Nuclear Engineering, retired Mon Aug 21 10:06:12 2000


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