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CATEGORY: What's Ultimately Possible in Physics? Essay Contest (2009) [back]
TOPIC: Impossible To Sketch The Ultimate Thing In Science by Madhuri Latha Kanukollu [refresh]
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Author madhuri latha kanukollu wrote on Oct. 2, 2009 @ 16:17 GMT
Essay Abstract

Nothing would become as ultimate in Science. Because, all the science people has a wonderful quest on reality towards the events happen around the world.

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I AM A LECTURER IN THEORETICAL PHYSICS AND A INNOVATIVE YOUNG RESEARCHER IN K.L .UNIVERSITY ALONG WITH MY COLLEAGUE MR. SRINIVASA RAGHAVA. I HAVE A TREMENDOUS INTEREST IN COSMOLOGY AND RELEVANT AREAS.

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Narendra nath wrote on Oct. 3, 2009 @ 04:22 GMT
Dear Madhuri,

may i say that you may have some original ideas but the same are not clear from your text. it has serious language shortcomings. perhaps there was none avalable to you to discuss things out. Sometimes it is good to be lonely but at other times it is eaaential for humans to be social and communicative with others. i have writtn these comments not to discourage you but in fact to encourage you so that you may a broader outlook at your own ideas and interact with some others too. Best of luck

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Helmut Hansen wrote on Oct. 3, 2009 @ 07:45 GMT
Dear Madhuri,

you are talking about the idea that space is composed of different

layers. What do you mean? Can you explain in more detail?

Sincerely

H. Hansen

(Author of TAMING OF THE ONE)

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SRINIVASA RAGHAVA wrote on Oct. 4, 2009 @ 16:57 GMT
Dear Mr. Hansen,

Thanks!! Now we are constructing a new cosmological model which will solve all fundamental problems by unifying all forces. In this process we assume the space-time as layers and also we made a novel consideration about the structure of the time axis. We are now in a final stage to complete this rigorously. For this we need the support of the experts like you. We request your kind support and guidance. Once again thanks for reading our essay.

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Steve Dufourny wrote on Oct. 5, 2009 @ 11:22 GMT
Hello dear ,madhuri latha kanukollu and Srinivasa Raghava,

Nice to know you .

Thus F=1/r^4 in a time constant ?

Regards

Steve

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N.LATHA wrote on Oct. 9, 2009 @ 05:37 GMT
clarification for the gravitational force is an ultimate force? clear explanation. Anyway the new idea is good. please clarify the doubt.

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swapna wrote on Oct. 9, 2009 @ 05:56 GMT
Dear Madhuri,

IS GRAVITATION

ONLY THE ULTIMATE FORCE IN UNIVERSE?.

In this i need explanation and as well as derivation part of the force exist between layers.

Thanks

Best Of Luck

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