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I was very close to attending Loyola Chicago. How did you like the campus, school, etc?
I can answer that: Gravity has limits (sort of )..... look it up (inverse square rule )...seriously... things are very far away...plus the U is expanding...
how do I know this.... Science things studied...
edit: Oh yea, the hole at the center of our Galaxy has already sucked up everything around it...there's nothing left within range...
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by Bender 14 months ago
Nίκη για MSU
Black holes form at the end of the life of very massive stars when they collapse after ceasing to be able to support their own weight by fusing elements in their core. The core at this point is made of iron and you cannot generate energy by fusing things onto iron, thus fusion stops, and the star collapses, releasing large amounts of energy which blow off the outer layers in a supernova. The core collapses down and forms either a black hole or a neutron star.
Black holes do not actually suck anything in, they interact with things through gravity just like anything else with mass. Things that get close enough and are traveling at less than the escape velocity will be gravitationally drawn into the black hole, just like a rocket launched from Earth with less than escape velocity will fall back to Earth. If the Sun were to instantly be replaced by a black hole of the same mass there would be no change in the orbit of anything in our solar system, its gravity would be the same. Now the supermassive black hole in the center of the Milky Way has cleared an area around it but there are still stars that orbit in its general vicinity.
MSU: BA, history
UM-AA: MA, CSHPE
MSU: PhD (in progress), HALE
That's just like your opinion man
He's a douche. Ignore. In England it's likely some other queer terminology.
MSU: BA, Psychology
University of Arizona: MBA and MSMIS
He's technically correct. It has something to do with research. Doctors and lawyers don't have to do research to complete their schooling. It sounds like bullshit, but an M.D. is the same academic level as a Bachelor degree.
I'm in PA school right now which is in the College of Medicine and the PhDs that teach us make it clear that only PhDs are "real doctors" because they've done research.
Edit: I guess I should add University of Toledo College of Medicine, MSBS Physician Assistant.
This post was edited by TheChosenOne30 14 months ago
MSU - BA Education
Minnesota - M. Ed. (Half was a repeat of what I did as an undergrad)
Get off my lawn.
This post was edited by 100 Green22663 14 months ago
MSU Finance undergrad
Wow. I hope you're serious because that's a pretty kick ass combo.
MS in Computer Science from DePaul University
BA in Economics from MSU
Did you go to grad school immediately after getting your Bachelor's? And if so, was it worth it with how the job market is? (Or how it was at the time. Just curious)
Brady Hoke is fat.
BA Economics from MSU
Currently studying at San Diego State for an MBA
How was Dworkin?
MSU undergrad Math-Ed
UD (before it became UDM) Masters in Math Ed
Western Mich - 2nd Masters Math
All thanks to the National Science Foundation. When I did a fellowship there in 2004-05, I got to look up the fed grants I benefited from.
Extremely well written and funded.
And it's 288
This post was edited by MSU Mathguy 14 months ago
My seats at SS. My driveway in winter.
Nope started 8 years later. (Undergrad - 1992, Masters 2002)... mainly waited until I thought I had a secure job to get the pay bump. I would say right now the masters wouldn't help unless it was in area that gave you extra endorsements. The job market sucks now...especially if you have any experience. I switched districts and had to start over at the bottom of the pay scale...but was just glad someone was willing to at least offer me a job.
Bachelors in SCM from MSU
MBA from U of Minnesota - Carlson School of Mgt
This post was edited by Has No Left 14 months ago
BA History - MSU
Just started Masters programs in Human Relations and International Relations at University of Oklahoma.
Boys, I may not know much, but I know chicken shit from chicken salad. -- Lyndon Johnson
MSU - ba
UM - mba
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