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In part because of convection if you shake a bag of mixed nuts large ones will rise to the top a phenomenon that physicists name for what large nut?
Asked in Germany in WW2, Adolf Hitler, Nuclear Weapons
Why did hitler stop the invention of nuclear weapons?
Hitler referred to Physics as "the Jewish science". This was because there was a large amount of German Jewish Physicists. ...
Asked in Science
Which of the Earth's layers contains convection?
Convection currents rese and sink through the mantle and the liquid outer core. In Earth's mantle, large amounts of heat are transferred by convection currents. Heat from the core and the mantle itself causes convection currents in the mantle. ...
Asked in Planetary Science
Why do planets not fall into the sun or fly off into space?
This phenomenon is controlled by gravitational pull. Large objects tend to have a large gravitational pull. Smaller objects are pulled in by large objects. The reason why planets are a steady distance from the sun is because they have a perfect amount of inward and outward pull. ...
Asked in Thunderstorms and Lightning
What is the difference between lightning and a spark?
Lightning is nothing but a a sort of spark, large spark. Mechanism of both the phenomenon is same. ...
Asked in Ecosystems
What is a vast shallow depression in the earth's surface where the crust is drawn down by convection currents?
A geosyncline is a large depression containing thick deposits in the earth's crust. Often, these depressions are made by the convection currents drawing downwards. ...
Asked in Psychology, Psychological Disciplines
What is the door-in-the-face- phenomenon in psychology?
It is the phenomenon that people are more likely to comply with small requests, if they are asked to do very large requests first. Then the small request seems more reasonable, because it is after the large unreasonable request. For example: If I asked you to plan all upcoming budget meetings and holidays parties, and then asked you to stay late today, According to this theory, you would be more likely to say yes to my second request after hearing the first one. ...
Asked in Geology, Earth Sciences, Volcanoes, Plate Tectonics
How do convection currents work in the mantle?
What forces would lead to the movement of the plates over the surface of the earth? At this time it is believed this movement results from mantle convection. Deep within the earth there is a large amount of heat coming from two sources: the magma remnants of the Great Bombardment, and radiation from radioactive elements. This heat, in accordance with the 2 ndlaw of thermodynamics, must flow to a cooler place, and subsequently rises to the surface of the Earth. If the...