A Brief History of Time
Random House Publishing Group, 1998 M09 1 - 240 páginas
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... body rolled down the slope it was always acted on by the same force ( its weight ) , and the effect was to make it constantly speed up . This showed that the real effect of a force is always to change the speed of a body , rather than ...
Stephen Hawking. ( say , body A ) had its mass doubled . This is what you might expect because one could think of the new body A as being made of two bodies with the original mass . Each would attract body B with the original force ...
... body , such as a star , must radiate energy at an infinite rate . According to the laws we believed at the time , a hot body ought to give off electromagnetic waves ( such as radio waves , visible light , or X rays ) equally at all ...
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