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  • BMW wanted to call it Buoyancy, but Fincher objected that this would immediately alert their brothers in Five who already had a committee with a similar crypto, seeking out a possible penetration in their service.

    Final Resting Place of The Pen

  • Buoyancy, the upward force exerted on an object immersed in a fluid, is determined by the mass of fluid displaced by an object.

    Differences between aquatic and terrestrial environments

  • Raytheon partners with NASA on the Neutral Buoyancy Lab, where Petruna is a diver.

    NASA Watch: News: December 2009 Archives

  • Buoyancy, uplifting, and it's going to take some hard work and travail, but we're going to get through this.

    CNN Transcript Jan 18, 2009

  • Experience a zero-gravity flight for up to five minutes, take a ride aboard the world's largest centrifuge -- and endure forces three times that of Earth's gravity -- or take a dive in a Zero Buoyancy Hydrolab to repair an underwater scale model of the International Space Station.

    Spaced Out

  • Buoyancy correction becomes the major source of error.

    The HO-83 Hygro- thermometer « Climate Audit

  • In the beautifully surreal Buoyancy, a boy remembers his grandfather who drowned himself in the water jar in the back garden.

    Archive 2005-07-01

  • His second book, Homesick, was published in 2002, and he is currently at work on a third collection, tentatively titled Buoyancy Disorders. download MP3

    2005 » July

  • Buoyancy is by definition a dual term: the relation between a thing and the medium in which it is contained.

    Archive 2006-12-01

  • Oceaneering provides "Services Supporting Neutral Buoyancy Activity at MSFC" according to its website.

    NASA Watch: Keith Cowing: December 1998 Archives

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