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The 'cheapest' way to proceed is by trial and error; that is, by setting up a controlled reception area and a transmission system which allows you to make comparison readings of reception strength. Then
Hi Rhianna, What you have there is called a "speleothem", more commonly called a stalactite or stalagmite. Speleothem is a generalized term for this type of formation, normally found in caves. Groundwater
Dear Maureen: How delightful to get your question and the wonderful sketch accompanying the query! I lived in Cincinnati from 1988-1999, but was never fortunate enough to see the beauty that you
Mike, I am not familiar with the work you cite and cannot make any relevant comments beyond the following general one: The choice of a frame of reference with which to discuss physics is arbitrary.
I have been an expert on all experts for ten or so years and this is the first time that I do not have a clue about a rock. I have also been a caver for 30 or so years and have never seen a rock like