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Brownian Motion - Selma 1965

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Nature's periodic atom table of elements   has many formats of expression. One such expression are atomic bio-physics humanoids that participate in various EARTH LAB experiments ..... Nature's demo to provide empirical data to theorists  about atomic social engineering methods.  Let's look at such a situation.


  • Brownian motion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

     Brownian motion or pedesis is the presumably random moving of particles suspended in a fluid (a liquid or a gas) resulting from their ...
  • Brownian motion (physics) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia

    Brownian-motion
    Any of various physical phenomena in which some quantity is constantly undergoing small, random fluctuations. It was named for the Scottish botanist Robert ...
  • Brownian motion - Physics Animations

    The main physical principle of Brownian motion is that the mean kinetic energy of any molecule of a liquid (or gas) is equal to the mean kinetic energy of a ...

  • Brownian Motion -- from Eric Weisstein's World of Physics

    The random walk Eric Weisstein's World of Math motion of small particles suspended in a fluid due to bombardment by molecules obeying a Maxwellian velocity ...
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    Theory of Brownian Motion with applications to physics, biology and ...

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    Theory of Brownian Motion with applications to physics, biology and evolution. Werner Ebeling. Humboldt-University Berlin. Instituto Pluridisciplinar, UCM ...


    To understand this experiment of Nature ... we need multiple viewing positions  ... so our mind can establish perspective.

    View --> astrophysics galactic LOCAL REGION (Planet Earth) is an interesting test site. A distant observer/scientist would see  the surface of EARTH  ....with many small .... particle-like   objects   moving about ..... that he might assign the proper noun LAB label: humanoid.  Familiar with obscure concepts of evolution ...he wonders about  a EARTH LAB  surface region named ALABAMA.

     Alabama is a geography state in the  United States of North America.

    1. Alabama - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia 

      Alabama is a state located in the southeastern region of the United States. It is bordered by Tennessee to the north, Georgia to the east, Florida and the Gulf of ...



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    Above we see --> MISSISSIPPI --> algebra subset code --> MIS + PPI --> Managnment Information Systems .....   Parallel Processing Instructions --> messages for geo-physics super-symmetry theorist

    Alabama Map
    ..lab.......Map --> Earth LAB region for Nature's societal experiments







  • Above we see Darwinian evolution identifier : Selma --> Selection Map . ..... with ALABAMA --> A LAB --> American LABORATORY site ...for what?

    What EARTH LAB experiment may have occurred in Darwin SELMA  ........ that a distant scientist could  perceive as Brownian motion.

    Now, Einstein's theory of relative sizes and relative viewing positions allows this to occur.
    Secondly, Lewis Carroll around year 1865 clearly described the EARTH LAB protocol SECRET.

    Alice in Wonderland - Who Stole the Tarts? (by Lewis Carroll)

    Alice had never been in a court of justice before, but she had read about them in ... Gryphon whispered in reply, "for fear they should forget them before the end of the trial. .... Here one of the guinea-pigs cheered, and was immediately suppressed by the ... "I'm glad I've seen that done,” thought Alice "I've so often read in the ...

    Alice in Wonderland Study Guide : Summary and Analysis of ...

    by Lewis Carroll ... The Gryphon takes Alice by the hand and runs off to watch the trial. ... Also, two guinea pigs, at different points, make noise and are suppressed. ... Alice is quite glad to witness it, because she had read the word many times in ...



    Let's continue the study of Darwin natural selection --> sel --> selma

    Natural selection - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Jump to Darwin's theory‎: In 1859, Charles Darwin set out his theory of evolution by natural selection as an explanation for adaptation and speciation ...


    What might be an example of  natural selection?

    an explanation for adaptation and
        speciation 
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    358 × 450 - Martin Luther King Jr March on Selma · « Back to

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    358 × 450 - Martin Luther King JR = Job Region

    358 × 450 - Martin Luther Kin --> Kinetic Energy JR= Job Region


    Evolution and Natural Selection

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    What are the main points of Darwin's theory of evolution? How does the process of natural selection work?

    What evidence do we have for local adaptation?
    What evidence do we have for local adaptation?
    What evidence do we have for local adaptation?

    Selma to Montgomery March (1965)
    Selma to Montgomery March (1965)
             a to M                  March (1965)
    Selection map atom    March (1965)

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    In response to Jackson's death, activists in Selma and Marion set out on 7 March, to march from Selma to the state capitol in Montgomery. While King was in ...

    selma_march.jpg - Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. led protesters on a march from Selma






    New twist on Brownian motion seen for the first time - physicsworld ...

    physicsworld
    Oct 11, 2011 – An important aspect of Brownian motion predicted decades ago has been observed for the first time by researchers in Europe. The team has ...

    Brownian Motion deomonstration - American Institute of Physics

    einstein/brownian.htm
    Brownian Motion. This simple demonstration of Einstein's explanation for Brownian motion shows little particles batting about a more massive one, and what it ...

    Thermodynamics 2: Brownian motion


  • Mean square displacement arising from a random walk can be predicted statistically.
  • The Langevin equation provides an appropriate equation of motion for a colloidal particle subject to forces arising from random thermal collisions and a dissipative viscous drag force. 


  • selma_wide‑ - State troopers swing billy clubs to break up a civil rights march in Selma...


    Above/below....we see 2 parts of Browninan motion theory

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     Credit: Related Topics. Brownian motion (physics). physics (science)





    Thus a distant astrophysics observer studying EARTH...would see human particles in BROWN ..marching ...therefore Browinian  motion. 



    Beyond Brownian Motion | Print Edition - Physics Today

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    Newtonian physics began with an attempt to make precise predictions about natural phenomena, predictions that could be accurately checked by observation ...
     Alabama, Selma. The Great Freedom March. Martin 



    [0705.1951] Brownian Motion, "Diverse and Undulating"

    by B Duplantier -May 14, 2007 – The always topical importance in physics of the theory of Brownian motion is illustrated by recent biophysical experiments, where it serves, ...

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     Marchers on Edmund Pettus Bridge, Selma



     It is due to Brownian motion.


    Below, in applied physics ..we see the collisions as the  physics engineering drawing above shows.


    Thus we see modern Margaret Mead atomic nuclear family activities   ......  atomic social DEMONSTRATIONS that provide empirical data to  atomic evolution theorists and Richard Dawkins.