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Review: 'Gravity' is out of this world

4 October 2013 | 11:24 pm In "Gravity," George Clooney plays a veteran astronaut who looks amusingly like Buzz Lightyear, and Sandra Bullock is a medical engineer who is taking her first voyage into space and is having a hard time keeping her lunch down.

'Gravity' Gives Audience Sense of Life in Space, Astronaut Says (Video)

4 October 2013 | 6:53 pm The new movie "Gravity" out in theaters nationwide today (Oct. 4) gives people on the ground a real taste of what it's like to be in space, according to a former NASA astronaut.

'Gravity': Sandra Bullock space saga attracts stellar reviews

4 October 2013 | 2:55 pm Film critics are over the moon for "Gravity," director Alfonso Cuarn's orbital drama starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney as a pair of astronauts stranded in space trying to find their way home. Since the movie's premiere at the Venice Film Festival in August, it has earned nearly universal praise for its immersive visuals and down-to-earth performances, and the latest round of reviews is …,0,6200910.story?track=rss

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Spacetime and Geometry: An Introduction to General Relativity (Hardcover) tagged “gravity” 4 times

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Understanding Gravity: Newton, Einstein, Verlinde? (Kindle Edition) tagged “gravity” 5 times

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Gravitation (Physics Series) (Paperback) tagged “gravity” 8 times

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Hollywood Space Disaster Gravity and the Real … – IEEE Spectrum

4 October 2013 | 10:00 pm The film imagines catastrophic consequences of a worst-case Kessler syndrome.

Video Reviews of 'Gravity,' 'A Touch of Sin' and 'A.C.O.D.' – NYTimes …

4 October 2013 | 5:07 pm Times critics on Gravity, A Touch of Sin and A.C.O.D.

Gravity Review: All Blockbusters Should Be This Intimate and Beautiful

4 October 2013 | 4:00 pm As you would have guessed from the trailers, with Gravity director Alfonso Cuarn has made a horrifying movie about being stranded in space. But the best–and most surprising–thing about Gravity is that it's also tasteful and

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7 Responses to Gravity

  • Giri says:

    Calculation Of Shear Stress In Fluid Mechanics? An incompressible fluid (kinematic viscosity, 7.4 x 10-7 m2/s, specific gravity, 0.88) is held between two parallel plates. If the top plate is moved with a velocity of 0.5 m/s while the bottom one is held stationary, the fluid attains a linear velocity profile in the gap of 0.5 mm between these plates; the shear stress in Pascal’s on the surface of top plate is

  • John says:

    How Was Detection Of Photons First Achieved? How did they realize how to build something to detect photons. How have theoretical physicists approached possible graviton detection (besides techniques like sub atomic particle smashing at the hydron collider) and how would they differ from gravity detection. (In the sense Light is to gravity what photons are to gravitons)

  • ZzZ° says:

    Two Projectile Motion Questions? 1. A javelin is thrown at an angle to the ground. At the instant the javelin is thrown, the
    vertical and horizontal components of its velocity are 14 m s^(-1) and 20 m s^(-1) respectively. If air
    resistance is negligible, what will be the vertical and horizontal components of the velocity of
    the javelin after 5 s? Take the acceleration due to gravity as 10 m s^(-2).

    Vertical component Horizontal component
    A. 0 | 0
    B. 36 m s^(-1) | 10 m s^(-1)
    C. –36 m s^(-1) | 20 m s^(-1)
    D. –64 m s^(-1) | 10 m s^(-1)

    Why is the answer A? I got C since the horizontal component of the velocity is constant.

    2. A stone is projected at an angle of 45° to the horizontal with an initial kinetic energy E. Neglect
    air resistance. When the stone is at the highest position, its kinetic energy is
    A. E/2
    B. 3/4 E
    C. E/sqrt(2)
    D. sqrt(E)

    Ans: A. How come? I thought it is E + mgh but I don’t know how to get mgh…


  • W. Smith says:

    I’m Making As On College Homework But I Can’t Afford To Go.? Because of some issues in my past I didn’t get very good grades in High School. I applied for college anyways and was told that I would never be able to attend because I was too poor. For the last four years, I’ve been doing homework for college students who didn’t want to do it. I’ve written papers in psychology, biology, philosophy, and several history studies classes. I’ve gotten high marks on everything I’ve written and even told students how to outwit their teachers (for questions that involvedt rewards such as a “homework pass”) My IQ is 133. By age 10 I had a working theory of gravity (which I later disproved). Frankly, I’m tired of sitting on the sidelines. I don’t like that I cannot attend a university while I have something to offer the world. With the universe being so vast, and a puny college being the tip of a pin needle, why are highly expensive colleges granted the final say in empirical studies? If empirical means capable of being repeated then shouldn’t that title be open to anyone? Shouldn’t college certification be granted on merit and NOT on the fact that you studied under someone? I mean, who did the initial people who started studying these fields study under? No one. They OBSERVED and RECORDED. Yes, I can see how an MD would require you to study under someone but for someone who REALLY wants to learn about the universe and the way things work, to be told that simply because I don’t have something that society sees as valuable, my knowledge is not as important as someone else’s who does have those valuable pieces of paper that society has labeled as worth something, that’s a disgrace to me and to empirical studies themselves. 78% of the population cannot afford to get a piece of paper that says “You know what you’re talking about.” even if they do know what they’re talking about.
    @Jobey, thanks for your input but to clear something up, I’m not saying society “owes” me anything. I’m not using a “holier-than-thou” attitude as much as I’m questioning why empirical science must bow down to the all mighty dollar. I haven’t belittled anyone or said I was better tahn anyone, with every strength there is a weakness. I’ve merely stated facts and the facts are. . . Also, I did’t take money for the fraud. I did it for free. That’s how much I want to learn. I’m on government assisted living and foodstamps. My FAFSA has been flagged for review at every college I’ve enrolled in.
    @JQuick, those loans require a parent to sign for you if you are not 25, living on your own, a member of the military, in an insane asylum or supporting someone else. . . I’ve spoken to several college admissions advisors and they all told me the same thing. Even though I have a JOB paying minimum wage, I cannot go to college without taking out a student loan THAT MY PARENTS HAVE TO SIGN FOR. My dad is paranoid (if something breaks, he suspects the neighbors to have come over and broken it) and my mother’s credit is crap.
    @JQuick You’re also refering to the event in the past tense so how long’s it been since you attended?

  • Mini says:

    Have I Been Friend-zoned? So I recently joined a dating site and after a few days of messaging this one guy, we decided to start talking via Skype. For the past few weeks we have been Skype buddies. Typically he messages me while he’s at work asking how I am, what I am up to or talking about our favorite movies and hobbies. Well last week he asked if I want to go see Gravity with him (since we’re both Sandra Bullock fans) on Sunday. Since we never met, I asked if we can meet up for coffee or tea first and he agreed.
    So Wednesday night we met at a tea shop near me. I was surprised that he actually arrived on time at the tea shop. I told him how I just got work and about my singing. He was very happy for me and was so inspired by my passion for singing, that he wants me to help him find a singing coach and that I have to sing for him. From there we spoke about our families, movies (we’re big movie buffs). The night ended short since he had work the next day but he said he would find out the showtime and which theater we can go to on Sunday. When he walked me to my car we started talking about singing again and he was so excited about me helping him that he said he wanted to find out his range when he got home. But decided to wait til Sunday.

    Today we spoke again on Skype and decided the time to go see the movie and which theater. He offered to pick me up and pay for the movie. Then said that he can come by early so we can play around with some songs.

    It’s awesome that I inspired him and we have a lot in common. But should I just think of Sunday as a date or have I already been friend-zoned?

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