Angle of Radiation - What is it?
The angle of radiation = sin-1 (0.25/h) where h = the antenna height above ground in wavelengths. (The sin-1 is inverse sine but I couldn't get it to ... is not nearly as critical as with a vertical. Thanks for the post. For a while I used a low hanging ...
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You’re nothing better than racist, evil bigots. This is, of course, precisely the argument made by one side in the debate that the newspaper is supposed to be covering in a balanced manner — that lesbigay status equals race.
Kennedy Bullet Fragment Antimony Bias Range
In the meantime we have the parsing of bullet fragments: 1. Bullet from stretcher 2 ... me why three bullets fired at Kennedy would be proof of a second gunman. Freaks! (Thanks to Jack.) I stand in awe of the brain and tongue of Christopher Hitchens ...
Happy Holidays from the LoHud Yankees Blog
For those of you celebrating Christmas today, I hope you’re having a great one surrounded by friends and family and egg nog. And of course, I hope you got exactly what you wanted (if you wanted Albert Pujols under the tree, you might have been disappoint ...
Weekly Physics: Ballistic Motion
This gives us that the y component of the velocity (which is zero) equals the y component ... times the inverse sine of the distance between Bob and Tom times 9.8 m/s^2 divided the square of the initial velocity. ( theta = .5 * sin-1( d * 9.8 / V0^2 ...