MadSci Search Results for Steve Nelson

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1. Physics: Re: Why is Boron 11 stable and why isn't Boron 12 stable?, Steve Nelson, research physicist Mon Dec 1 02:38:54 2008
2. Physics: Re: How to describe x-ray in metal?Wave or particle?, Steve Nelson, research physicist Tue Oct 17 08:16:10 2006
3. Astronomy: Re: If a pulsar formed near the earth what would happen to the Earth?, Steve Nelson, research physicist Tue Feb 17 10:57:36 2004
4. Physics: Re: Why is it rare for two deuterium nuclei to form helium-4 in fusion reaction, Steve Nelson, research physicist Wed Sep 29 09:59:20 2004
5. Physics: Re: Strong and weak nuclear forces., Steve Nelson, research physicist Thu Dec 7 17:38:17 2006
6. Astronomy: Re: Did/will the light from SGR 1806-20's death reach us more than once?, Steve Nelson, research physicist Sat Feb 19 15:55:31 2005
7. Physics: Re: Electromagnetic radiation from antimatter, Steve Nelson, research physicist Tue Oct 12 12:33:48 2004
8. Physics: Re: What is 'exotic radiation'?, Steve Nelson, research physicist Thu May 24 11:10:19 2007
9. Chemistry: Re: How does temperature affect the run time of alkaline batteries?, Steve Nelson, Grad student, nuclear astrophysics Ph.D. program, Nuclear Lab, Duke University Thu Jan 16 03:29:18 2003
10. Physics: Re: How do you find the 'efficiency of a rubber band' ?, Steve Nelson, Grad student, nuclear astrophysics Ph.D. program, Nuclear Lab, Duke University Thu Dec 13 07:25:15 2001
11. Physics: Re: How do I measure extremely high and low temperatures?, Steve Nelson, research physicist Fri Aug 6 12:23:30 2004
12. Physics: Re: if you travel at the speed of sound and speak what would happen, Steve Nelson, Grad student, nuclear astrophysics Ph.D. program, Nuclear Lab, Duke University Thu Apr 19 15:12:48 2001
13. Astronomy: Re: where can i find the history of ursa major and ursa minor, Steve Nelson, research physicist Thu Sep 25 12:42:14 2003
14. Physics: Re: Why the Sun radiation is ranged along the all electromagnetic spectrum, Steve Nelson, research physicist Wed Jun 29 15:48:00 2011
15. Physics: Re: How can sound (radio/tv) be heard by simply turning on a fan in a room?, Steve Nelson, Grad student, nuclear astrophysics Ph.D. program, Nuclear Lab, Duke University Fri Jun 6 16:35:41 2003
16. Physics: Re: Exactly what is 'waving' at 90 degrees to an accelerating charge?, Steve Nelson, research physicist Wed Dec 24 23:21:53 2003
17. Physics: Re: What is the meaning of invariance,covariance,and contravariance, Steve Nelson, Grad student, nuclear astrophysics Ph.D. program, Nuclear Lab, Duke University Wed Aug 15 11:45:40 2001
18. Physics: Re: How hot would this aircraft get?, Steve Nelson, research physicist Fri Oct 19 08:40:44 2007
19. Astronomy: Re: Hypothetically, if a star was 5 million miles away from Earth, instantaneou, Steve Nelson, research physicist Thu Jan 15 12:41:27 2004
20. Physics: Re: What is the electromagnetic force: radiation or charge?, Steve Nelson, Grad student, nuclear astrophysics Ph.D. program, Nuclear Lab, Duke University Fri Jun 29 11:57:58 2001
21. Environment & Ecology: Re: Can solar power wear out the sun?, Steve Nelson, research physicist Tue Apr 12 09:36:47 2005
22. Physics: Re: An update on the nuclear laser proposal., Steve Nelson, research physicist Wed Jun 11 13:32:10 2003
23. Astronomy: Re: How does the Big Bang Theory go with Newtons Laws and Einsteins theories?, Steve Nelson, research physicist Sun Apr 4 16:17:17 2004
24. Astronomy: Re: Does NASA conduct pre-explorations of Mars life signs on Earth?, Steve Nelson, research physicist Mon Oct 15 16:27:43 2012
25. Astronomy: Re: Is there a way to represent the star process using chemicals, etc.?, Steve Nelson, research physicist Mon Dec 19 09:50:16 2005


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