If f(r, v) is Busack's correction, the inverse-square
In almost every case I have examined, the budgeting managers have overridden the maintenance department advice and induced my "Inverse-Square
Rule for Deferred Maintenance".
* When the size-doubling T-score ratios for recognition and recall are themselves treated as a ratio, we have an inter-gender size-doubling ratio that is an inverse-square
. This may suggest the verbal nature of the size-doubling task.
If it is as fast, one would expect inverse-square
law attenuation of the psi signal.
If two stars have the same absolute brightness, but one is twice as far away, it appears one-fourth as bright as the nearby one--a relationship known as the inverse-square
law of sound intensity decrease with distance would apply: every doubling of distance from the sound source reduces the sound intensity by 6 dB.
Test of Newton's inverse-square
law in the Greenland ice cap.
I will also describe two equivalence experiments and a test of the inverse-square
law of gravitation.
Any extra dimensions affecting gravity would alter Isaac Newton's inverse-square
law, which holds that objects attract each other with a force inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them.
Test of Newton's Inverse-Square
Law in the Greenland Ice Cap, Physical Review Letters, 1989, v.
The brainchild of astronomer Mordehai Milgrom, MOND posits that when gravity gets really weak--as it does in the outskirts of galaxies--it no longer follows Isaac Newton's inverse-square