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2012-04-29 23:00:44

An issue in the world of science: Andrew discovered that Einstein´s law doesn't apply to everything in Physics. According to Andrew, Einstein is wrong because E = mc^2 equation applies only to isolated systems, not to everything in physics. The Microsoft attachment explains all about Andrew's theory and why he believes it´s right. Tupelo, MS (PRWEB) April 29, 2012 http://recordsetter.com/world-record/youngest-person-patent-theoretical-physics-theory/14932 Andrew Magdy Kamal...

2011-08-18 00:00:43

After careful consideration of each entry, the judges at 5-hour ENERGY® chose the three of the most innovative creations. Our grand prize winner walked away with a whopping one-year supply (365 bottles) of 5-hour ENERGY® shots! Farmington Hills, MI (PRWEB) August 17, 2011 The 5-hour ENERGY® "Empty Bottle Brainchild Contest" has concluded and we are excited to announce the winners! After careful consideration of each entry, the judges chose the three most innovative creations....

2011-06-04 00:00:29

In honor of Father's Day, 5-hour ENERGY® is accepting nominations for the "5-hour ENERGY® Super Dads" contest. Farmington Hills, MI (PRWEB) June 03, 2011 In honor of Father's Day, 5-hour ENERGY® is accepting nominations for the "5-hour ENERGY® Super Dads" contest. The chosen nominees will receive a 12-pack of 5-hour ENERGY® and will also share the spotlight with other "Super Dads" in a special online tribute following the contest deadline. 5-hour ENERGY® fans are...

2011-04-08 00:00:27

Detailed Data Shows Complex and Shifting Attitudes Toward Nuclear Power in Weeks Following Fukushima Nuclear Incident Kansas City, MO (PRWEB) April 7, 2011 Infegy, provider of the industry's most intelligent social media monitoring and analytics platform, today released results of social media and web analysis of public global sentiment towards nuclear energy over the month of March. The insight shows dramatic shifts and complex attitudes in the public's perception of nuclear energy before...

2011-03-30 00:00:30

The 5-hour ENERGY® team sifted through the submissions and has carefully selected the 20 new Featured Fans who best represent the 5-hour ENERGY brand. Farmington Hills, MI (Vocus/PRWEB) March 28, 2011 After receiving another successful round of 5-hour ENERGY® Featured Fan Contest Submissions, the 5-hour ENERGY team has selected 20 die-hard fans to carry the torch as brand ambassadors. To gain entry to the contest, participants were asked to submit a Featured Fan photo an...

2008-11-21 22:21:03

European researchers say they've confirmed Albert Einstein's e=mc2, more than a century after the famous physicist first unveiled the hypothesis. Laurent Lellouch of France's Center for Theoretical Physics led a team from France, Germany and Hungary in the research, which involved some of the world's strongest supercomputers, the German newspaper Deutsche Welle said Friday. Einstein's e=mc2 formula shows that mass can be converted into energy and vice versa. France's National Center for...

2008-05-13 17:07:05

LONDON (AP) - Albert Einstein: arch rationalist or scientist with a spiritual core? A letter being auctioned in London this week adds more fuel to the long-simmering debate about the Nobel prize-winning physicist's religious views. In the note, written the year before his death, Einstein dismissed the idea of God as the product of human weakness and the Bible as "pretty childish.'' The letter, handwritten in German, is being sold by Bloomsbury Auctions on Thursday and is...

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2007-04-26 05:16:39

If you've ever wondered about the ultimate fate of the universe, Lawrence Krauss and Robert Scherrer have some good news - sort of. In a paper published online on April 25 in the journal Physical Review D, the two physicists show that matter as we know it will remain as the universe expands at an ever-increasing clip. That is, the current status quo between matter and its alter ego, radiation, will continue as the newly discovered force of dark energy pushes the universe apart. "Diamonds may...

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2005-04-16 13:50:00

He stopped traffic on Fifth Avenue like the Beatles or Marilyn Monroe. He could've been president of Israel or played violin at Carnegie Hall, but he was too busy thinking. His musings on God, love and the meaning of life grace our greeting cards and day-timers. Fifty years after his death, his shock of white hair and droopy mustache still symbolize genius. Who else could it be but Albert Einstein? Einstein remains the foremost scientist of the modern era. Looking back 2,400 years, only...


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lambent
  • Licking.
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This word comes the Latin 'lambere,' to lick.
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