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• Modern Physics Physics Study Guide This Quantum World In subsections: A Roller Coaster Ride through Relativity Engineering Acoustics Special Relativity Books
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• Completed books In subsections: A Roller Coaster Ride through Relativity Acoustics Anatomy and Physiology of Animals Applied Ecology Basic Physics of Digital
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• Completed books A Roller Coaster Ride through Relativity Special Relativity In subsections: Books nearing completion In subsections: Half-finished books
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• Completed books In subsections: A Roller Coaster Ride through Relativity Acoustics Applied Ecology Chemical Information Sources Engineering Acoustics High
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• The force of gravity on a mass m at a distance r away from a star of mass M is equal to: The work done in pulling the mass from the surface of the star
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• If you travel for a distance x at a speed v, owing to length contraction, the proper time interval (ie the number of years you age during the journey)
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• The total relativistic energy E and the relativistic momentum p of a body are given by the following expressions: We wish to eliminate v from these equations
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• Using the context of the river race, if we see Albert and Beatrice arrive back at exactly the same instant and knowing that Beatrice cannot row faster
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• Consider a spaceship A of length lA travelling past you at a speed vA passing a second spaceship B of length lB travelling in the opposite direction at
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• How would you synchronise two clocks which are at rest but in different places? One way to do it would be this: measure the distance d between the clocks
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• spiral The Doppler Shift The third hill Mass Inflation The second roller coaster The Bending of Light Down we go again Gravitational Time Dilation
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• answer! Well, I am glad about that! As I glance ahead I see that the roller coaster is hurtling towards one of those up-and-over loops. But there is still
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• Consider a rocket accelerating from rest at a constant acceleration of 1g. What do we actually mean by this, taking relativistic effects into account?
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• Suppose a mass of rest-mass M0 is accelerated from rest by a constant force F for a time t. Under Newtonian mechanics, the acceleration of the mass
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• should be which I didn't understand, that was pretty easy. Doesn't this roller coaster have anything a bit more exciting to offer? Well yes, it does - but
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• important theorem which I shall call After two hair-raising descents, the roller coaster levels out and enters a long straight section of track. Beside the track
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• point which exists for zero time. If God exists, He is a photon. The roller coaster now enters a series of tight curves which cause it to go round in a
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• question of how much matter it contains. But that is another story. The roller coaster, still travelling at high speed, emerges from the spiral and shoots
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• In 1783, the Rector of Thornhill parish church in Yorkshire, a man called John Michell wrote to the Royal Society with an extraordinary idea. Newton had
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• worry. It won't happen for another 4 billion years yet! At last, the roller coaster jerks to a halt in the station, and you stagger off the train, your
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