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Gravitational waves could help us sift through many visions for the rapid expansion of the early universe – or offer even wilder views of cosmic birth
P Trienekens saved to Cosmology
The Infographic Machine has created an infographic that compares some of the fastest things in the world -- like the Bugatti Veyron, a cheetah, and the
WavPin Mag saved to Geek
As you're studying physics, keep this handy list of equations nearby. It's organized by topic and has the most common equations.
Michel Piche saved to Science
Physics as a discipline covers an enormously broad range of material, so only a smallish number of foundational ideas are truly essential for all undergraduate majors. More technical knowledge and skills will vary widely from one student to another.
Ahmed Lakhani saved to Chemistry
Complete formula sheet for AS Level Physics. With appropriate derivations. Best for Revision.
Taimur Kiani creation saved to Physics notes
The math of it all......ugh...and ugh...wheres my cheat sheet?😁🐉im all about those theories..but those fuckin equations.
John Hamblen saved to Sciance/ Math
"Scotty!" barked Captain Kirk, "we need more power!" "I don' know, Cap'n!" replied Scotty, "we're on impulse engines alone!" This classic exchange comes from the Star Trek series. It takes place in the 23'rd century, a time when there is warp-drive technology. In this post we work out the mathematics and describe the physics behind warp drive. What exactly is warp drive? According to the series, it is powered by dilithium crystals. Warp drive pulls the starship's destination closer and…
ed costlow saved to maths
This talks about subatomic particles and has a useful subatomic particle chart, do you know the difference between Quarks, leptons, elctrons, gluons this guide will help you understand the elementary particles of the standard model
Helen Hirst saved to ahhhhh physics
the limits of the universe
L.G. DEEPAK saved to Physics