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  • Sweden) was a Swedish electrical engineer, plasma physicist and winner of the 1970 Nobel Prize in Physics for his work on magnetohydrodynamics (MHD).
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  • a Russian physicist, who worked on the field of nuclear fusion and plasma physics. There can be no doubt that our descendants will learn to exploit the
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  • contributions in many areas of mathematics and science, ranging from plasma physics to general relativity and from nonlinear functional analysis to asymptotic
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  • Crystallography (category Physics)
    were. John Desmond Bernal in: John Desmond Bernal A History of Classical Physics: From Antiquity to the Quantum, Barnes & Noble Publishing, 1997, p. 116
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  • atoms into electrons and unbalanced nuclei. Matter in this state is called plasma, and it radiates much of its collision energy in the form of light. ...a
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  • emergencies. [Torry looks confused] A plasma conduit exploded? Torry: Does it look like anyone here is covered with plasma burns? B'Elanna Torres: Lieutenant
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  • Speed of light (category Physics)
    cosmic microwave background... has a red shift of about 1,000. ...the hot plasma of the early universe ...was receding from our location at about 50 times
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  • 2005) Well, you can stay there if you want! … But right now there's this plasma storm brewing in the Horsehead Nebula. Fires are burning ten million miles
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  • losing much of the natural philosophy aspect. Hannes Alfvén, Dean of the Plasma Dissidents (1988) As we divided natural philosophy in general into the
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  • Milky Way, and immense gas clouds falling into it. There are turbulent plasmas writhing with X- and gamma-rays and mighty stellar explosions. There are
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  • the plasma pool.] Galvatron: Did I ask you for deliverance? Nnah! DID I?! [Galvatron kicks Cyclonus, who attempts to get out, back into the plasma pool
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  • "***INCOMING MESSAGE*** 2009-10-15.19:17:02 Surrounding the shaft are plasma buffers, designed to counteract a potentially catastrophic flaw in this
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  • powers up] Zoey: It's working! Quinn: Now, he'll be stunned by the plasma bolt. [the plasma bolt launches, and hits Lola, knocking her unconscious] Chase:
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  • is a book, Frank. It's… it's called Final Exit. I've been stealing your plasma at night so I didn't have to spend any of my own money. TV's Frank: Heh
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  • won't listen to us, perhaps he'll listen to Smith & Wesson. [Picks up large plasma cannon] Or perhaps Consolidated Headmelter. Amy: So you call my thesis a
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  • favor bank anytime you need. What's up? Clark: Somebody sent me a 50-inch plasma with all the bells and whistles; forgot to sign the gift card. Chloe: Clark
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  • Warrick? Warrick: A trip to London, a brand new Caddy, tennis bracelet, plasma TV, water purification system, you finally did it Jim, just send NZA a cheque
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  • final creation, we had to cut a car in half, which meant using a dangerous plasma cutter. That meant we had to take precautions. [cut to Clarkson, bound to
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  • you revealed our intentions to our enemies AND lost our sole remaining plasma-beam tank. Forever Knight #2: We didn't lose it, sire. It's right outside
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  • eighty years or so. They'll live in space where it's cold, feeding on solar plasma. I doubt you'll ever see them again... mommy. Ben Tennyson: Cut it out!
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