Questions
 Why does granulation occur on the surface of the Sun – has it got anything to do with rapidly changing magnetic fields? by doppler to Adam, Sheila Category: Space Comments: (So far, one comment )
 How do we identify that quantum wavefunctions apply to macroscopic objects and not just to one particle at a time? by waveicle to Adam, Sheila Category: Space Comments: (No comments so far )
 Was the evidence for cold fusion fabricated or did Martin Fleischmann and Stanley Pons make mistakes in their by freddie to Adam, Sheila Category: General Comments: (No comments so far )
 Can hiccups be dangerous? by freddie to Adam, Sheila Category: General Comments: (No comments so far )
 Do you feel much pressure to discover things? by fishbulb25 to Adam, Sheila Category: Your Research Comments: (No comments so far )
 Is there a theoretical maximum possible light intensity? Why, or why not? by doppler to Adam, Sheila, Suzie Category: General Comments: (So far, one comment )
 out of the 15 stats of matter how many can be found on earth and where can the others be found by eevee to Adam, Sheila, Suzie Category: General Comments: (So far, one comment )
 Would it be theoretically possible to deduce the masses and distances of the other planets in our Solar System solely by doppler to Adam, Sheila Category: Space Comments: (No comments so far )
 Why don’t mars rovers have some sort of dusting mechanism to remove the dust from their solar panels? by doppler to Adam, Sheila Category: Space Comments: (so far, 2 comments )
 Can black holes be used to prevent the heat death of the universe? by waveicle to Adam, Sheila, Suzie Category: Space Comments: (so far, 2 comments )
 Is it possible for two photons to overlap and join their energy to structure a one photon of higher frequency? by waveicle to Adam, Sheila Category: Space Comments: (So far, one comment )
 Do other planets experience phenomena similar to aurorae? by doppler to Adam, Sheila Category: Space Comments: (So far, one comment )
 What determines the radius of a rainbow? by freddie to Adam, Sheila, Suzie Category: General Comments: (No comments so far )
 Why do planets orbit in an ellipse with the Sun at one focus? Why not a circle? And as a circle is an ellipse with by doppler to Adam, Sheila Category: Space Comments: (So far, one comment )
 How are circumzenithal arcs formed (they look like upsidedown rainbows)? I actually saw one once, and I know it is to by doppler to Adam, Sheila Category: General Comments: (so far, 3 comments )
 what planets closer enviromentally to earths (doesnt have to be in this solar system )i know of one that is similar but by eevee to Adam, Sheila, Suzie Category: Space Comments: (No comments so far )
 do you guys think that £500 is enough money to support your research? by ilovebiologyxxx to Adam, Sheila, Suzie Category: Money Comments: (No comments so far )
 how far is earth from the sun? by gp1g to Adam, Sheila Category: Space Comments: (So far, one comment )
 If it’s true according to theoretical physics (Dirac equation etc.) that there should be equal amounts of matter and by waveicle to Adam, Sheila, Suzie Category: Space Comments: (So far, one comment )
 In a black hole, do electrons overlap each other? by doppler to Adam, Sheila, Suzie Category: Space Comments: (so far, 2 comments )
 In an electromagnetic wave, are the magnetic and electric components in or out of phase? Why? by doppler to Adam, Sheila, Suzie Category: General Comments: (So far, one comment )
 Is nuclear power using beta plus decay and therefore electronpositron annihilation feasible? by freddie to Adam, Sheila, Suzie Category: General Comments: (No comments so far )
 How much mass does an object need to have for its gravitational forces to pull it into a spherical shape? by doppler to Adam, Sheila, Suzie Category: Space Comments: (No comments so far )
 In your opinion, what is the best ethical framework to use when considering sensitive scientific issues? I think that by freddie to Adam, Sheila, Suzie Category: General Comments: (No comments so far )
 Why do electrons surround atoms in orbitals? Surely they should all be attracted to the positive nucleus. by freddie to Adam, Sheila, Suzie Category: General Comments: (so far, 2 comments )
 Why has so much matter accumulated on the Gas Giants – why didn’t it get pulled in further towards the Sun? by doppler to Adam, Sheila, Suzie Category: Space Comments: (so far, 4 comments )
 Is the air pressure inside a bubble the same as the air pressure outside the bubble? Does it depend on the volume of by doppler to Adam, Sheila, Suzie Category: General Comments: (so far, 2 comments )
 What shape is the Universe? by doppler to Adam, Sheila, Suzie Category: Space Comments: (So far, one comment )
 Why is there an “absolute maximum” temperature, and how did scientists work out what this is? by doppler to Adam, Sheila, Suzie Category: General Comments: (No comments so far )
 Suppose, I am standing on earth’s equator and jumped vertically up to 500ft. when I arrive back on earth’s surface, by waveicle to Adam, Sheila, Suzie Category: General Comments: (so far, 3 comments )
 hey sheila have you herd the bollywood song sheila ki jawani if you have that is so awsome, we both can connect ny by tasmim to Sheila Category: About Comments: (So far, one comment )
 What is information (in the context of physics)? And why must it be conserved? by freddie to Adam, Rob, Sheila, Suzie Category: General Comments: (so far, 4 comments )
 How many different species of parasitic worm are there in Britain? by freddie to Adam, Rob, Sheila, Suzie Category: General Comments: (No comments so far )
 What is the most efficient colour to paint a bus? by freddie to Adam, Rob, Sheila, Suzie Category: General Comments: (so far, 4 comments )
 A question about the mass of neutrinos: are neutrinos actually massless or is that just a simplification? I ask this by rohitmkiller to Adam, Sheila, Suzie Category: General Comments: (So far, one comment )
 how is dry ice made by eevee to Adam, Sheila, Suzie Category: General Comments: (so far, 2 comments )
 Hi, I want to go into Particle or Nuclear Physics at University (I am doing my Alevels currently); at school we have a by rohitmkiller to Adam, Sheila, Suzie Category: Scientist Comments: (So far, one comment )
 What’s your favourite piece of mathematics? by freddie to Adam, Sheila, Suzie Category: General Comments: (No comments so far )
 If you dig a hole right through the earth, and drop a ball through it, what will happen to it? ( I got asked this by ddkcdk to Adam, Sheila, Suzie Category: General Comments: (so far, 7 comments )
 Given that temperature is a measure of kinetic energy and the earth is moving very quickly. How can we get temperatures by freddie to Adam, Rob, Sheila, Suzie Category: General Comments: (so far, 4 comments )
 Did Gödel’s Incompleteness Theorems have any implications to practical science? by freddie to Adam, Rob, Sheila, Suzie Category: General Comments: (so far, 2 comments )
 Is there any use for the antimatter being made at CERN? (Other than positron emission tomography) by freddie and 1 other. to Suzie, Geoff, Adam, Rob, Sheila Category: General Comments: (No comments so far )
 What substance is jupiter made out of? by dovey118 to Adam Category: Space Comments: (No comments so far )
 Whats the point of space? by sonal09 to Adam Category: Space Comments: (No comments so far )
 Who first used the word human to describe us? by simmonsy to Adam, Rob, Sheila, Suzie Category: General Comments: (No comments so far )
 How does the digital compass in an iPhone work? by freddie to Adam, Rob, Sheila, Suzie Category: General Comments: (No comments so far )
 What is entropy? Rob says that it’s not simply a measure of disorder. by freddie to Adam, Rob, Sheila, Suzie Category: General Comments: (so far, 3 comments )
 How much spare time do you have ? and How often do you work as a scientist ? x by xdonxmudhilzx and 1 other. to Suzie, Adam, Geoff, Rob, Sheila Category: Scientist Comments: (No comments so far )
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