Southward they were piled in great snowy masses, so that he was half disposed to think them mountains; northward and eastward they were in wavelike
levels, and blindingly sunlit.
They then will have to prove that Doppler shifts from Earth-like planets can be distinguished from unrelated wavelike
motions in the the target stars' photospheres.
As an aside, this observer was recently regaled by James Hawtree of Fermilab with the newest thought making the rounds: If a black hole does not permit any wavelike
or particulate radiation to escape its bounds, then how does gravity itself - with its own theoretical wave-particle construct, the graviton - manage to break out and extend its influence into the universe?
Atoms in the Superatom state move in a single wavelike
pattern, instead of bouncing around independently, as do the atoms in the other phases.
One minute you're fine, and the next you begin to sweat as crippling cramps move wavelike
through your belly.
HAUSER WIRTH & SCHIMMEL'S first Los Angeles exhibition builds off of two rolling, wavelike
* Crawl A snakebot inches across fiat surfaces by moving its body up and down in a wavelike
The inductive principle of the MTDEM is distinct from the wavelike
, surface-penetrating radars MARSIS and SHARAD presently orbiting Mars.
Thereby the wavelike
and particlelike properties are conceived to be complementary, in the sense that they are mutually exclusive, and no experiment can reveal both at once.
Rather than an agitator taking space and beating up clothes, a bottom plate moves in a wavelike
As we have explained, radiation can be either particlelike or wavelike
In one interpretation the knots derive from shock waves excited by the so-called Kelvin-Helmholtz instability - an undulating, wavelike
disturbance that occurs where a supersonic fluid brushes past its slower-moving surroundings.