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(The ball subtends a circle of incident sunlight, not a sphere's worth of area.)

(Soundbite of ping pong balls bouncing) PALCA: You can use them to study how sphere's pack together.

For now, we're in an awful transition, where we haven't quite adjusted for the public sphere's ability to appropriate the freshlyenlarged private sphere.

Or usually did, but this morning, when the timer rang, he pulled the eggs out of the microwave and they were raw, uncooked, perfect sphere's of yellow cradled in a clear liquid like tiny galaxies.

Since an electron has an electric charge, its spin causes it to interact with a magnetic field, deflecting the electron's path in a manner similar to the way a charged sphere's course would be altered.

The sphere's position can be tracked in 3D space by a camera called the PlayStation Eye, which plugs into the PlayStation 3 and sits atop your TV.

But in twistor theory, a light ray is defined as a single point in lightray space, and a spacetime point P is represented by the celestial sphere's worth of light rays through P — in other words by a complex curve (a Riemann sphere) running through lightray space. link

But in twistor theory, a light ray is defined as a single point in lightray space, and a spacetime point P is represented by the celestial sphere's worth of light rays through P " in other words by a complex curve (a Riemann sphere) running through lightray space." link

Out there in the brilliance of the sphere's floods there showed the edge of a precipice.

In the middle of this moon was a small dark spot, from which pale lines radiated out almost to the sphere's edges.
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