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About Robittybob1

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About Robittybob1
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I am a veterinarian. Interested in science and religion.
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New Zealand
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Inventing, discovering new things
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  1. David Hawkins
    David Hawkins liked post by Robittybob1 On thread : Why does Normal matter= Dark energy times Dark matter squared, m=DE(DM^2) ?
    Do they know what dark matter and dark energy is? If you don't know what it is why does AlexG complain about the units, and maybe it gives a clue as to what the units of DM and DE are?
    Liked On: 05-07-2014, 01:49 AM
  2. saxenarpit
    saxenarpit liked post by Robittybob1 On thread : Torque in Microgravity
    I would guess "NO". There will be less friction in a micro-gravity environment.
    Liked On: 04-03-2014, 03:27 AM
  3. ntd252
    ntd252 liked post by Robittybob1 On thread : Some questions about friction
    Which of the above did it increase friction? It only reduced friction in the first situation. The other situations didn't involve friction as the main issue.
    Liked On: 03-27-2014, 03:52 PM
  4. KJW
    KJW liked post by Robittybob1 On thread : Some questions about friction
    I think you'll find you are dealing with three different physical situations. The first is loss of traction or friction. The second is work done to clear a path through the flooded road. The...
    Liked On: 03-23-2014, 08:09 AM
  5. MaxPayne
    MaxPayne liked post by Robittybob1 On thread : Why did Einstein modify EFE?
    Could he justify taking it out? Was it just a guess as to whether it was there or not?
    Liked On: 03-10-2014, 01:03 PM
  6. MaxPayne
    MaxPayne liked post by Robittybob1 On thread : Space and Earth boundary
    The OP was asking about "space". I was just going on about the various uses of the word space. Two planes collide when there is insufficient space between them. It was a bit of humor really for...
    Liked On: 03-02-2014, 06:59 AM
  7. MaxPayne
    MaxPayne liked post by Robittybob1 On thread : Space and Earth boundary
    See how the word "space" was used twice with different meanings.
    Liked On: 03-01-2014, 03:19 PM
  8. shazad9
    shazad9 liked post by Robittybob1 On thread : contra weight for suction
    If it is being lifted by a counter weight it can only lift its own weight with simple frictionless pulleys. So isn't the volume of the tube the answer? Volume *density = mass Volume of a tube *...
    Liked On: 02-28-2014, 10:37 AM
  9. Useful Idiot
    Useful Idiot liked post by Robittybob1 On thread : The Earth's Magnetic Field
    I have just run an experiment to see if these motions occur and they do. Pot about 200 mm wide 3/4 filled with water sprinkled with enough pepper to see the water motion easily, stir it and get the...
    Liked On: 02-28-2014, 02:30 AM
  10. Jilan
    Jilan liked post by Robittybob1 On thread : The Earth's Magnetic Field
    I believe there wouldn't be a tidal bulge at that depth. But thinking it through if the inner core is in this near frictionless outer core, the inner core would be influenced by the gravitational...
    Liked On: 02-27-2014, 06:32 PM
  11. MaxPayne
    MaxPayne liked post by Robittybob1 On thread : Magnetic field lines? what are they?
    Do you know what the visible spectrum is? Is that what you mean by seeing, seeing light in the visible spectrum? If it was important to see light around a magnet biological mechanisms may have...
    Liked On: 02-26-2014, 12:07 PM
  12. pikpobedy
    pikpobedy liked post by Robittybob1 On thread : The Earth's Magnetic Field
    Just a quick check on that displacement of 60 km to the point where the gravitation and boyancy forces match means that the Inner Core is drawn through 377 km of Outer Core liquid metal with most of...
    Liked On: 02-26-2014, 01:49 AM