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  1. Since both galaxies are mostly empty space, it is difficult to predict what happens when they meet.
  2. Quantum gravity idea

    For a physical theory to be taken seriously, it must be backed up with observation information. Have you done anything like this?
  3. A Brand New Approach

    What is the purpose of this?
  4. 2.8 billion years is a long time.
  5. Matrix is probably the best way. Use a calculator.
  6. Need opinion on project

    I suggest you look at energy storage, such as better batteries, molten salt, etc.
  7. This is a standard elementary d. e. Solution uses dA/A=-0.3dt, which integrates to ln(A)=-0.3t+C or A=Ke^(-0.3t). Plug in boundary condition to get K.
  8. Statistics in the land of the Leprachaun

    Look closely at the offending ball. There is a small white circle covering part of the 8, so it looks like a 3.
  9. Differentiability of the acceleration

    Your development has x as a function of something, so that you get x'=v. In order to answer your question you need an explicit statement of the dependence of x or v on the something (time?).
  10. Acceleration Question

    Basic equation: v=v_0+at and solve for t. v=0 (stop), v_0=30, a= -10. For the second question v_0=60. To get distance traveled, integrate v(t) from time t=0 to time t=stop.
  11. Water from thin air

    You could buy a dehumidifier.
  12. Mass-Energy and Spacetime Curvature

    The article is irrelevant. Try this to get some idea.
  13. non synchronized clocks math formula

    Try special relativity by Google. There are plenty a links - something may have what you want.
  14. Mass-Energy and Spacetime Curvature

    Relativity theory is considered a classical theory. Some unification attempts to make it a quantum theory.
  15. Unstable particles cannot decay when observed?

    Sounds like pure speculation.