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Behind The Sealed Door Of The Origin Of The Big Bang
Price: Free! Words: 3,850. Language: English. Published: July 7, 2015. Categories: Nonfiction » Science and Nature » Cosmos, Nonfiction » Science and Nature » Physics / Astrophysics
Hey there! Ever wondered where you came from? Ever wonder where everything came from? Well so did I, and after doing a bit of research, I might just have stumbled across the keys to open the sealed door that tells us all where the Big Bang came from! Wahoo! Oh and it's like only a few pages no less, so take a few minutes out of your day, and enrich your mind, and have fun reading it. Cheers!
Motion in a Straight Line (Physics) Question Bank
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 6,290. Language: English. Published: May 12, 2015. Categories: Nonfiction » Science and Nature » Physics / Astrophysics, Nonfiction » Science and Nature » Space Science
ABOUT THIS QUESTION BANK: 1. This Question Bank provides sufficiently strong base to our students for the purpose of Public Exams, All Engineering Entrance Exams and All Medical Entrance Exams. 2. This Question Bank begins with Contents, Synopsis, Description and Questions and Answers. 3. Answers provided to Very Short Answer Type Questions, Short Answer Type Questions, Long Answer Type Questions.
Kepler's Law
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 1,400. Language: English. Published: April 21, 2013. Categories: Nonfiction » Science and Nature » Space Science, Nonfiction » Science and Nature » Physics / Astrophysics
This paper explains why solar systems and galaxies appear to obey different laws of motion.
Calculations for Science Fiction Writers/Circular Orbits
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 3,830. Language: English. Published: January 30, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Hard sci-fi, Nonfiction » Science and Nature » Physics / Astrophysics
Circular orbits are the simplest kind, and some quick and easy calculations will make your science fiction stories involving planets and satellites a lot more credible. Circular motion, in general, can be described without calculus and vectors. All you need is a calculator. (Exponents don't come out right in the online version.)