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Famous Scientists Who Believed in God - Part 11 - William Thomson Kelvin

William Thomson Kelvin (1824-1907)


Kelvin was foremost among the small group of British scientists who helped to lay the foundations of modern physics. His work covered many areas of physics, and he was said to have more letters after his name than anyone else in the Commonwealth, since he received numerous honorary degrees from… 144 more words

Science

The Shadow Universe!!!!

                 The idea of a shadow universe may sound crazy, but it is a serious suggestion from physicists in US trying to make sense of our universe’s invisible, or ‘dark matter. 488 more words

Magnificent Astronomy

The Hole of Infinity:-Black Holes

” From the Black secrets of the Cosmos…………”                              

Introduction:-                                 

                              ‘BLACK HOLE’ as the name refers that a hole which is black in colour. It is black because nothing even light can’t escape from its gravity.

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Magnificent Astronomy

Solution of a Modern Physics Problem

Problem 1# When the sun is directly overhead, the thermal energy incident on the earth is
1.4 kWm-2 .Assuming that the sun behaves like a perfect blackbody of radius 7 x 105 km, which is 1.5 x 108 km from the earth, show that the total intensity of radiation emitted from the sun is 6.4 x 107 Wm-2 and hence estimate the sun’s temperature. 85 more words

The path of an electron in a bubble chamber

The diagram shows the path of an electron in a bubble chamber.

Which of the following can you deduce from the diagram?

(A) The electron is moving anti-clockwise. 96 more words

Electricity & Magnetism.

A Cosmic Computer?

In both popular and technical literature in subjects such as cosmology or theoretical physics, one can often find authors referring to the universe as a “computer”. 430 more words

General Relativity and light bulbs

Q: How many general-relativity theorists does it take to change a light bulb?
A: Two. One to hold the bulb and one to rotate space.

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Physics