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comment Why doesn't the Earth leave you as soon as you escape it?
Is it known how far one would have to travel to not feel the effects of Earth's gravitational field?
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asked Why doesn't the Earth leave you as soon as you escape it?
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comment Video of Earth spinning?
Right we're not in any doubt but we always get sooo many cool photos of space from NASA, and who wouldn't want to see a video of the Earth spinning? That's something no body's ever seen before. If they can take a photo camera up there, I don't think it would be that difficult to press a record button, don't you think? That's why I was thinking it's a bit odd we don't see a video like this.
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asked Video of Earth spinning?
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asked Why is it that the splash pattern for every drop is never the same?
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accepted What happens to sound waves?
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asked What happens to sound waves?
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accepted Calculating electric field
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accepted Laptop self charge cable?
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comment Electrical force vs gravitational force
Nope not studying for an exam either-semester just started. I was intrigued by something so I asked it. Apparently WIMP is the only one that really knew the answer-the rest of you guys just spent all your time trying to argue rather than answering questions. You lose nothing by answer this question whether its homework or not. Obviously you guys are just trying to argue about something and attempt to gain authority over this site. Last I checked it was run by the community. I am part of the community. If I claim its not homework, then its not homework.
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revised Electrical force vs gravitational force
Sorry guys this is not homework. I think I should be the judge of that rather than you all. Thanks
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comment Electrical force vs gravitational force
From the Area51 Physics proposal: "For active researchers, academics and students". I believe I qualify in one of those criteria.