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2017-02-24 Astronomy - Probability:

Exactly! There is simply no specific way to obtain such a result given you are no longer in a deterministic realm, but a stochastic or nonlinear domain.  I don't know if you've ever taken a college physics

2017-02-23 Astronomy - Probability:

Hello,    I suspect the ongoing problem or issue is that popularized articles simply mislead laymen, lay people into believing solutions or conclusions are more straightforward than they really are. And

2017-02-22 Astronomy - Probability:

Hello, and thanks for your question.    First, the decision to reclassify Pluto - unbeknownst to many - was not based on any objective parameters but rather on a subjective definition that was voted on

2017-02-19 Astronomy - Telescopes:

Hi James    The views you get from a telescope depend on two things:. Light gathering (how big the lens or mirror is) and magnification.  If you want to see details on the planets, the best ones to look

2017-02-19 Astronomy - Kepler's laws:

I already told you and SHOWED you that you CANNOT have a perpendicular vector (or scalar) value to the radial attractive force! Besides, IF Vp is a *velocity* then it must by definition be a vector! You


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