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How do I Change API Gravity to Specific Gravity?
by kamyar in Hobbies, Games & Toys
API gravity is a scale developed by the American Petroleum Institute to measure the specific gravity of petroleum products. Pegged to a reference temperature of 60 degrees Celsius, specific gravity (SG) is related to API gravity by this formula: SG = 141.5/(API gravity + 131.5). Hence, an API gravity of 10 corresponds to a specific gravity of 1, which is that of pure water. API gravity decreases w

Specific Gravity Vs. API Gravity of Hydraulic Oil
by akr in Cars
Specific gravity and API gravity are both measurements of density. They both can be used to measure the gravity of a fluid, such as hydraulic oil, in the same way that miles or kilometers can both be used to measure distance. And just like kilometers and miles, neither is more accurate than the other; deciding which to use is primarily a matter of preference and convention. Specific GravitySpec

The Uses of Zero Gravity
by plonk420 in Hobbies, Games & Toys
For those of us bound to planet Earth and its 9.8 meters per second pull of gravity, the idea of a zero-gravity environment -- one with no gravity -- is found only in the realm of science fiction. Yet, many people are actually having the opportunity to experience zero-gravity environments every day, both for fun and as part of research projects. VacationsZero gravity environments are becoming p
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What Happens at Zero Gravity?
by Matt Croydon in Hobbies, Games & Toys
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Can't Use Gravity on two textviews in one row
by crooter in Programming Languages

I use this code to make my two textviews have different gravity which are in the same row. but they don't.


<LinearLayout android:layout_width="fill_parent"
<TextView android:text="@string/text_ceo_name"

How to Take Apart a Gravity Airbrush
by Naxxy in Arts & Entertainment
Airbrush artists regularly clean their airbrush, flushing it with solvent and scrubbing it thoroughly. Occasionally it is advisable to completely disassemble an airbrush to give it a thorough cleaning. This process is typically done by starting at the back of the airbrush and moving forward. In the case of gravity airbrushes, where the paint cup is attached permanently to the airbrush body, there

How to Get Through Gravity Master
by Davidpaul007 in Hobbies, Games & Toys
Gravity Master is an online physics puzzle. Players must draw shapes in the game world with the mouse cursor in order to manipulate a movable ball used to eliminate targets spread throughout the map. Player-created shapes contain specific weight properties based on their size and are affected by the laws of gravity. Shapes drawn into the area above the ball will fall and strike the ball, settin

What Causes Gravity on Earth?
by Robert M in Hobbies, Games & Toys
Gravity is the force of attraction between all matter. Although gravity exists for even small amounts of matter, the force is usually not significant enough to detect or generate pull. Gravity is usually referred to in relation to planets or astronomic bodies -- massive bodies that generate significant gravitational pull; enough to condense matter to form planets and keep them in orbit. In addi

Theories About Gravity
by Pradeep Gowda in Hobbies, Games & Toys
Although gravitational attraction can be demonstrated on many different scales, from everyday objects to planets and galaxies, no explanation for the root cause of gravity has been found. Scientists often use theories to try to explain why laws work in the ways that they do, and theories of gravity attempt to explain the force of attraction between objects. Newtonian GravityA portrait of Isaac

What Generates Gravity?
by Alpha0mega in Hobbies, Games & Toys
Gravity is the constant natural force between two objects. All objects have mass. That mass, in turn, is the generator of gravitational attraction. Gravity is what holds people and the atmosphere on Earth. Gravity is what a rocket must overcome when it leaves Earth. First described in 1666 by Isaac Newton, gravity is the basis for astronomy and physics. Newton's theories about the nature of gravit

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