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Gravitational Energy Decay?

 
 
Reply Wed 4 Apr, 2012 02:01 pm
Hi,
I have this huge science project that I need to get done soon and I have no idea how to find this certain piece of information. It says: Explain other possible sources for decay, includes but not limited to:
Sun's Energy
Decay of Radioactive Isotopes
Gravitational Energy.
I'm stuck on gravitational energy. I can't find it anywhere! I found one site, but I can't understand half of what they are saying!
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farmerman
 
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Reply Wed 4 Apr, 2012 04:45 pm
@Krystalgirl123,
go find the equation for universal gravitation and look at it carefully, What does the "r" stand for?
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MontereyJack
 
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Reply Wed 4 Apr, 2012 04:51 pm
Whoa, it's happening! I've bounced off the ceiling three times today already. When I went outside I got tangled up in the branches of a redwood. 200 feet up.
They had to haul me down and put rocks in my shoes or I'd never have gotten home.
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