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"And when the sand is blue-that's the color of accelerated motion in time?"
There is no way of distinguishing an accelerated motion from a gravitational field force, right?"
Air track a piece of scientific equipment for measuring uniformly accelerated motion.
Under those transformations the equations preserve their form for some types of accelerated motions.
Even before he'd finished speaking, Lady A had set the ship into accelerated motion once again.
Any search mode showing accelerated motion on the screen should therefore be used sparingly.
He also said that even accelerated motion such as rotation could be related to the fixed stars without using Newton's absolute space.
The idea of invariance under accelerated motion took him in turn to the theory of general relativity.
Then everything speeded up into sudden accelerated motion timed to Sam's violent sneezes.
Once again, the images on the screen scurried briefly in accelerated motion, slowing again when Viola emerged.
When there is accelerated motion due to a force being exerted there is manifestation of inertia.
If you graph accelerated motion on a typical x-and-time coordinate system, you will end up with some form of curve; never a straight line.
A single mushroom sprouted, bursting from the soil in accelerated motion and opening its soft umbrella, white and delicate.
Constant, accelerated motion.
His theory of accelerated motion derived from the results of such experiments, and forms a cornerstone of classical mechanics.
The movie is flush with color and sometimes jerks into accelerated motion, leaving viewers with whiplash while it briefly tracks one of the characters.
The scene mixes slow and accelerated motion and several cameras, which were aspects of The Wild Bunch.
A play whose action traverses ninety years and represents in accelerated motion ninety Christmas dinners in the Bayard home.
Upon reaching this intensity, Shary was entrenched in a deep, southwesterly mid-latitude flow, resulting in an accelerated motion toward the northeast.
If the acceleration vector A of a particle P is constant in magnitude and direction, the particle is said to be undergoing uniformly accelerated motion.
Shot on video and transferred to film, "Proteus" is full of beauty shots, like the repeated images of the king protea buds blossoming in accelerated motion.
Eventually, Max Born (1909) in the course of his above mentioned work concerning accelerated motion, tried to include the concept of rigid bodies into SR.
The onset of accelerated motion of India coincides with a large slowing of the rate of counterclockwise rotation of Africa.
In addition, Galileo's experiments with inclined planes had yielded precise mathematical relations between elapsed time and acceleration, velocity or distance for uniform and uniformly accelerated motion of bodies.
There was no signs of a drive mechanism, and there could be none, since the delicate spikes and silvery filaments of exterior antennae were incompatible with accelerated motion.