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In this video mythbusters find out how likely it is that you could superheat water in your own microwave.
Scientists from Cornell University answer questions on everything from why you can't put metal in a microwave to why gravity is called gravity.
RADAR speed detectors bounce microwave radiation off of moving vehicles and detect the reflected waves.
News about the latest discoveries using satellites launched by NASA e.g. The Microwave Anisotropy Probe and the Compton Gamma Ray Observatory. This is all very up-to-date information on space-based ...
Cecil F. Powell (1903 - 1969) developed photographic emulsions of increased sensitivity, to experiments on cosmic radiation. He received the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1950.
Applets demonstrating X-rays, CAT scans, Microwave ovens, LASERs, TV screens and Laptop screens all from the physics 2000 website
Cepheid Variables stars can tell astronomers how far away galaxies are.
A well presented and comprehensive introduction to nuclear science. Nuclear structure, Antimatter, decay, Cosmic rays, etc. Excellent graphics
Willis Eugene Lamb, Jr (1913 - ) research has been on the following subjects: theory of the interactions of neutrons and matter, field theories of nuclear structure, fluctuations in cosmic ray ...
Carl David Anderson (1905 - 1991) received the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1936 along with Victor Franz Hess for their work on cosmic radiation and positrons.
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