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  1. hello, Im having trouble with these Stat II questions. Think you guys can help? Attached in a pdf file Thanks Paired-T.pdf
  2. how does/much or does it even; the graviton interact with the higgs field?
  3. http://www.statcrunch.com/5.0/survey.php?surveyid=2320&code=EUMZS Click the link. Not hard and won't take long. Need 30 responses for my class.Thanks
  4. Also, if there is more dark matter it must clump up into great masses, but do they create there own type of black holes?
  5. As dark matter approaches the event horizon will it emit/excite any particles? Or would we even be able to detect such a thing?
  6. If dark matter is clumping at the center of galaxies that will form super massive black holes. Does dark matter interact with the black hole or its gravity?
  7. What do some of you guys think of this company/tech. cPrime or c-prime http://www.mycprime.com/Technology.aspx?ID=performancewear
  8. Hello, Thought. When black holes are attracted to each others and start there dance to merging, is it the singularities that are first merging and the event horizons following or are the event horizon and singularities move as one? Or am i missing it entirely? Also if the universe is curved would the centers (singularities) of black holes all meet in a certain "depth" or point? Maybe in cosmic local groups have of galaxies would there be a point where all come together? Thanks
  9. please explain project so we can help. The information you give is very vague. If i had to take a guess look at freezing point depressions.
  10. Thanks for the reply martin. But the only way to "see/experience" dark matter is through weak lensing. If it doesn't interact with matter then how do we plan on capturing it to run experiments? Dark energy: the cover term for the reason of space expanding. Where to even start with that, creating a theory from little data and ideas.
  11. Does dark matter bend space time by its mass but doesn't interact with matter,but its gravity clumps ordinary matter to make galaxies?
  12. seems no matter which way you run the event energy is conservered and time is irrelevant. Follows the parabolic arc that you mentioned
  13. bascule: checked the book out. This is exactly what i'm lookin for an will have me reading for a while. thanks!
  14. thanks for the clear up!
  15. timo: Ya that's what i've started to do. Found some free on the internet. Sometimes not the most exciting to read ha
  16. this has prob been answered someplace in this forum but didn't search it. But in E=mc^2 why do you need to have the speed of light in the equation? How come its not just the exchange energy is matter an vice versa? Thanks
  17. A book in any topic but goes more in depth with the math. Explaining why a it works on the math an less on the concept. Thanks
  18. Thanks for all the responses. So whats producing space-time, keeping it "together" or accelerating its growth? i guess alot of what im trying to get at is does quantum gravity play a role in empty space?
  19. So with no mass or energy there can be no space time?
  20. Just a quick thought. If there was no gravity would space time or the "fabric" of space be able to exist? Or would a universe it self not be able to exist? Thanks
  21. I would like a link to Smoot's February 2010 paper
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