COLLIDE


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COLLIDECollisions Into Dust Experiment
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When the ball collides with the wall, the wall may push and redirect the ball toward a desired direction.
Wembley Central, October 1984: Passenger train and freight train collide killing three and injuring 60.
Such ripples appear whenever a small galaxy- collides nearly head-on with a larger one, says Block.
when he looked in his rear-view mirror and saw a black Mustang veer across four lanes of traffic, bounce off the guard rail and collide with the bottom of his trailer.
When you encounter the word 'diversity' in the arts these days it usually refers to ethnic identity, but Birmingham's Collide festival, which begins next month, shows that the word itself can be interpreted in diverse ways.
When black holes collide, they cause surrounding space-time to wiggle, generating a torrent of radiation known as gravitational waves.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-13 March 2003-Ships collide in the Gulf of Finland(C)1994-2003 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
Auroras shimmer and glow when high-speed particles from the sun collide with gases in Earth's atmosphere.
And new evidence indicates that when speeding fragments of dark matter meet, they don't collide as other matter does but pass right through each other, ghostlike.