Sunday, August 21, 2016

Digest for - 2 updates in 2 topics

Marc Dashevsky <>: Aug 21 02:34AM -0500

In article <>, says...
> 1 Despite being only 26.6 seconds in length it is probably the most scrutinised piece of film of all time. What did Abraham Zapruder famously record?
assassination of JFK
> 2 Which (fictional) race of extra-terrestrial mutants hails from the planet Skaro?
> 3 Which 1983 musical romantic comedy did Barbra Streisand direct, co-write, co- produce and star in?
> 4 Marlee Matlin won a best actress Oscar for her role in which 1986 film?
Children Of A Lesser God
> 5 Which American newspaper is sometimes known as the "old gray lady"?
New York Times
> 6 In what modern day country is Mount Ararat located?
Replace "usenet" with "marc" in the e-mail address.
Marc Dashevsky <>: Aug 21 02:29AM -0500

In article <>, says...
> forth on an open flat-car while other musicians stood beside
> the tracks. Either tell whose "effect" was confirmed, or
> describe it.
> or even backwards. Rutherford said it was "as if you fired a
> 15-inch shell at a piece of tissue paper and it came back and
> hit you" -- and he drew what historic conclusion?
atoms have a positively charged nucleus
> color to the light -- until an experiment in about 1666 by Isaac
> Newton in Woolsthorpe, England. How did he use a second prism
> to settle this question?
it returned the refracted light to white light
> but there was no easy way to prove it until Léon Foucault's
> ["foo-KOH's"] simple experiment in 1851 in Paris. How did he
> use a large pendulum to provide this proof?
the pendulum swung while the earth roted under it.
> 5. In 1668 in Florence, Italy, Francesco Redi allowed meat to rot
> in a jar whose mouth was covered with a layer of gauze. Why?
to show that maggots would not form if flies had no contact with the meat
> the Leaning Tower of Pisa and dropped two balls to the ground.
> Whether he did it or not, what would this demonstration have
> proved?
that acceleration of an object due to gravity is independent of the object's mass
> never happens in Alexandria. Based on the distance between
> the two places and some measurements he could make himself,
> what did he calculate?
circumference of the earth
> hemisphere, they did not have the strength to pull them apart;
> but then he operated a control and the hemispheres fell apart
> on their own. What had kept them together?
> were measuring how learning was affected by punishment, using
> a graded sequence of increasingly powerful electric shocks.
> What was Milgram actually trying to measure?
obedience to authorithy
> into the chamber with a microscope and adjusted the electrical
> voltage on a pair of metal plates until some of the drops
> stopped moving. What was he measuring?
charge of the electron
> The other is a man, a crooner who lived 1912-2001. His last
> #1 song was in 1958, the year the Grammy awards started, and
> it did win one.
Katy Perry Como
> and has even won multiple Grammys in the same year, such as
> in 2009. And between them, for one week in the middle of 2015
> they had the #1 and #2 albums on the Billboard 200 chart.
James Taylor Swift
> history. The second one played for 25 years with 9 different
> teams, and the Blue Jays are one of the teams he won a World
> Series with.
Branch Rickey Henderson
> The second, a modernist, was born in Dublin in 1882, moved to
> Zurich in 1904, and died there in 1941. They both wrote in
> English, or at least in something like English.
Henry James Joyce
> in 1878 and died in 1968. The second was born in Sauk Center,
> Minnesota, in 1885; in 1930 he won the Nobel Prize for
> Literature; and he died in 1951.
Upton Sinclair Lewis
Replace "usenet" with "marc" in the e-mail address.
You received this digest because you're subscribed to updates for this group. You can change your settings on the group membership page.
To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it send an email to

No comments:

Post a Comment