Chapter 13

Gravity, Inertial Mass and Hurricanes



Inertial Mass

Hurricanes

Uranus

J. H. Oort

missing mass

dark matter

The gyroscope, pendulum and vibrating elements all hold their position to the fixed stars.

super-cooled substances

isotopes of super-cooled liquid helium

Murray Gel-Mann's quark

Rachel Carson's example of the "bad quarter" of a hurricane.

Rachel Carson

destructive force increases as the square of the wind speed

cyclic pitch

relative mass increase

relative mass increases as speed is increased

conservation of energy

gyroscopic effect

fixed pitched blade

main rotor blade

no cyclic pitch control

force that would tip a helicopter over

Einstein used mind pictures

d and f shells in iron that cause magnetism

The proton is composed of two up quarks and one down quark.

the neutron is built of two down quarks and one up quark.

opposite charge effect


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