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  1. there's a lot to type, so i'll refer you to this link, http://www.heart.org/HEARTORG/Conditions/HeartAttack/Heart-Attack_UCM_001092_SubHomePage.jsp
  2. i gave up on this, but since it's still going, the answer is yes, which has been around for years. what's your point ?
  3. PHYSICS the study of the laws that determine the structures of the universe with reference to the matter and energy of which it consist. It is concerned not with chemical changes that occur but with the forces that exist between objects and the interrelationship between matter and energy. Traditionally,the study was divided into separate fields: heat, light, sound, electricity and magnetism, and mechanics (classical physics). Since the turn of the century, however, quantum mechanics and relativistic physics have become increasingly important ; the growth of modern physics has been accompanied by the studies of atomic physics, nuclear physics and particle physics. the physics of astronomical bodies and their interactions is know as astrophysics,the physics of the earth is know as geophysics,and the study of the physical aspects of biology is called biophysics. THEORETICAL PHYSICS The study of physics by formulating and analyzing theories that describe natural processes. Theoretical physics is complementary to the study of physics by experiment,which is called experimental physics. A large of theoretical physics consist of analyzing the results of experiments to see whether or not they obey particular theories. The branch of theoretical physics concerned with the mathematical aspects of theories in physics is called mathematical physics.
  4. that wikki needs citations.. and also is it plasma of some sort ? this is weird, i never heard of this dark fluid.
  5. that article address what you are asking. and also, all i can say is hang out at the grocery store and read the article. and also void is another word for nothing. another thing, there's 3 theories of this, http://www.wetenschap24.nl/.imaging/stk/wetenschap/zoom/media/wetenschap/noorderlicht/artikelen/2010/August/43829136/original/43829136.jpeg http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/image/0603/CMB_Timeline300.jpg
  6. you should read this article, discovery magazine may 2013 issue. " dark energy meet the nobel laureates exploring the universe's biggest mystery " page 38. from what i have gathered so far is it's about the expansion and it ripping the universe apart. 3 ending scenario 1 big crunch 2 big rip 3 knife edge on one of the page it has a diagram, it shows, 5% normal matter of the universe 24% dark matter of the universe 71% dark energy of the universe
  7. there's a lot to type, these links should help, i skimmed through them, everything you need is there, Machine code http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Machine_code Accumulator (computing) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Accumulator_(computing)
  8. without the info needed according to your diagram, 50/50.
  9. ok, what is C, and explain the whole exercise.
  10. well, i will figure this out but i need more info first.. " consider that we begin with an amount c " is there also a & b ? " independent repetitions of the game " what are they, and is there more info to describe the exercise.
  11. can you show the math on this please. but you just made it obvious that you can not.
  12. I had the same thought, I just thought it was funny to say what i did.
  13. krash661


    there's also this thing called relativity. a guy name albert einstien wrote it.
  14. sound more like a probability, but it appears maybe more info is needed. but i'm not sure.
  15. this might help. Point particle http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Point_particle Positron http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Positron Electron http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electron
  16. , yes according to this video, the result is heart and soul. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qne95mf9e2c
  17. is this for monopoly ?
  18. that is one of may designs. if you type, glider designs you will receive a lot also.
  19. yes, it's called jump vertically.
  20. i would just do the second image, everything you describe will work for the second image. i just typed in blueprints to a glider and then click on image. there's a lot. edit- also, if you type, glider designs you will receive a lot also. also try glider templates.
  21. ohh, ok, i will delete that image then. thanks. I did not realize that.
  22. it does not take much to build a glider. there was a time when you could go to the grocery store and buy them for 1.50$ i'm just joking. i think you wanted blue prints correct? does this help, i just typed in blueprints to a glider and then click on image. there a lot. https://www.google.com/search?q=parts+of+a+glider&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=_B6EUYLmK8ioiQKe7IB4&ved=0CDAQsAQ&biw=1273&bih=900#tbm=isch&q=blueprints+to+a+glider&spell=1&sa=X&ei=rB-EUfGaF4qhiQKIvYDwBw&ved=0CE4QBSgA&bav=on.2,or.r_qf.&bvm=bv.45960087,d.cGE&fp=ac49e7a1c1bbf0e5&biw=1273&bih=900
  23. according to these images, there's also this, Electron–positron annihilation http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electron%E2%80%93positron_annihilation
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