Re: The next russian spy story
(N)"MRI" does not deliver ionising radiation ...
503 posts • joined 29 Jun 2007
The simpler "answer" does not account for observed behaviour ...
" At the edges of most galaxies, stars orbit so quickly that they should be flung away. The fact that they don’t implies that these galaxies have far more mass than we can see, and the gravity of that extra mass – dark matter – holds them together."
NOTE - "at the edges"
What, no mention of Bjarne Stroustrup in the Computer Lab, typing away on a teletype on his work for Roger Needham's CAP machine ?
Or Dr. Martin Richards in his office there, having most of Cambridge using his implementable subset of CPL - BCPL which was later boosted into C by AT&T ?
Or Prof Wheeler, known to his students as "Prof Edsac" ....
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