Category Archives: lagrangian

HENRI POINCARE : Mathematics and Science-Last Essays

Jules Henri Poincare (1854-1912) The scientist does not study nature because it is useful. He studies it because he delights in it, and he delights in it because it is beautiful. HENRI POINCARE Mathematics and Science:Last Essays Since we are … Continue reading

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The Gravity Landscape and Lagrange Points

“We all are of the citizens of the Sky” Camille Flammarion In 1858, by the set of its relations, it will allow Camille Flammarion, the 16 years age, to enter as raises astronomer at the Observatory of Paris under the … Continue reading

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The Elixir of the Bee Community

You should know that that the names of the Bee people have their names protected, to protect the community at large. Some larger human species, like to use the benefits of this society, without recognizing the constructive efforts that goes … Continue reading

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The Mind Field

Lee Smolin: Height is proportional to the number of things the theory gets right. Since we don’t have a convincing case for the right theory yet, that is a high peak somewhere off in the distance. The existing approaches are … Continue reading

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Hubble Maps the Cosmic Web of "Clumpy" Dark Matter in 3-D

Three-Dimensional Distribution of Dark Matter in the Universe This three-dimensional map offers a first look at the web-like large-scale distribution of dark matter, an invisible form of matter that accounts for most of the universe’s mass. This milestone takes astronomers … Continue reading

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Wolf-Rayet star

While I have started off with the definition of the Wolf-Rayet star, the post ends in understanding the aspects of gravity and it’s affects, as we look at what has become of these Wolf-Rayet stars in their desimination of it’s … Continue reading

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First Stars Behind the Scene

There are several recognized processes from the early universe that leave relic effects setting the stage for galaxy formation and evolution. We deal here with the first generarion of stars, primordial nucleosynthesis, the epoch of recombination, and the thermal history … Continue reading

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Cosmic ray spallation

As this NASA chart indicates, 70 percent or more of the universe consists of dark energy, about which we know next to nothing Other explanations of dark energy, called “quintessence,” originate from theoretical high-energy physics. In addition to baryons, photons, … Continue reading

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Reaching for the Stars

Mars in 6 weeks? And back in a total of four months? That’s the prediction of a design team working on antimatter rocket concepts at Pennsylvania State University. But first, you have to get the stuff – and store it. … Continue reading

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Ring World

Impact armor, a flexible form of clothing that hardens instantly into a rigid form stronger than steel when rapidly deformed (for example, by the impact of a projectile such as a bullet) – a technology which is quickly approaching reality; … Continue reading

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