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للحين ما حجزت شنو ناطر احجز الحين قبل لا تكتمل الدورات #gsikw #gsi_kw #AUM #kw #الجامعة #طلبة_AUM #engineering #calculus1 #math #linear_circuts #biology #physics #engr #Differential # statistics

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[ARTIST CONCEPT] Some 290 million years ago, a star much like the sun wandered too close to the central black hole of its galaxy. Intense tides tore the star apart, which produced an eruption of optical, ultraviolet and X-ray light that first reached Earth in 2014. Now, a team of scientists using observations from our Swift satellite have mapped out how and where these different wavelengths were produced in the event, named ASASSN-14li, as the shattered star's debris circled the black hole. This artist's rendering shows the tidal disruption event named ASASSN-14li, where a star wandering too close to a 3-million-solar-mass black hole was torn apart. The debris gathered into an accretion disk around the black hole. Credit: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center #nasa #space #nasabeyond #blackhole #swift #astronomy #galaxy #science #physics #chemistry #cosmology #mathematics #math #study #research #scientist #aliens #humanity #star #stars #paradox #esa #exploration #discovery #spacetime #fabric #neildegrassetyson #newton #Einstein #knowledge

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That moment when high school physics kicks in and you realize the train next to you is demonstrating relative velocity. #Tokyo #Japan #jrtrain #jreast #twotrains #relativevelocity #physics #newtonianphysics #trainscience #nerd

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Cold-drop | When you take your coffee literally | What started as a shader experiment, involving volume scattering and volume absorption, turned out to be a post disaster still life piece | I went ahead and did some modeling, one thing led to an other and BOOM | Big thanks to @akxoffeeproject for the best cold-drip in town, the inspirational kind.

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Şu yazılılar bir türlü bitmiyor! Yarın da Fizik yazılım var.Umarım fizik de güzel geçer #physics #asel #aselyayinlari #fizik #sorubankasi #like4like #likeforlike #likeforfollow #studying #books #book #study #studyblr #studygram #lepetitprince #stabilo #gipta

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If I could change one event in the history of our species, it would be preventing the murder of Hypatia. A brilliant, Egyptian female scientist you've probably not heard of. She was the last scientist working in the Library of Alexandria in 400 A.D. Then, an epitome of knowledge worldwide, The Library of Alexandria, like all else in Alexandria, was under the Roman rule. The archbishop of Alexandria, Cyril, despised Hypatia because of her symbolism with learning and science (which were in those days considered paganism according to the Church). And hence, one day while on her way to some place, she was mobbed by Cyril's followers, assaulted and murdered. Her skin fleshed off of her bones, remains burnt, name forgotten. The library was burnt down to rags. Cyril, was made a saint. Her death, parallels the onset of the dark ages. The time when, knowledge and enlightenment was absolved from the world. Ignorance widespread and superstition deep rooted. The dark ages were kind of a cut in between the running thread of discoveries, advancement and knowledge. We missed out so much in those years. It made us late. Late for making discoveries, for questioning. If we could've been able to somehow avoid her death, the gap that we have currently in our history would have not existed. Imagine this: put every advancement in science that has happened from 1300 A.D till 26th March 2017, some 800 years behind. That's what would've happened. We would be some 8 centuries ahead of our current selves. 800 years is a long time. Perhaps, gravity and laws of motion would've been discovered in the 1100s; relativity, in the 1400s. We would've went to the moon in 1500. By now, we would probably be living on other planets. Earth would've not been as you know of it today. But just imagine, how far we would've come. We need to understand the importance of individual input. Every little thing you do, maybe if it is teaching another person a numerical or discovering what's inside a black hole, telling people the Earth isn't flat, counts. It spreads awareness, removing ignorance. Please understand your worth and the importance of your words. And as always, see wonder and stay curious.

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Physics and me It is over #icse #icseboardexams #physics

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#ETHZ #취리히공대 #physics #grouptheory Group theoritical method for solid state physics... 유용한 수업이다. 근데. 아침 7시 15분 수업 + 초등학교 이후로 못본 판서 기계 + 종강 후 두달 뒤 (그니까 새학기직전) 에나 치러지는 기말고사를 생각하면 배아프다. 화장실 가고싶다🆘

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