Lecture08 - Galilean Thermometer en.wikipedia.org Submarines

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Buoyancy Floating in Dead Sea www.travelblog.org idahodivers.com
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Balloons/Airships www.inhabitat.com Hindenburg disaster (1937) Lockheed P-719 © Gerhard Plomitzer
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Gas Bladder in Fish www.kentuckylake.com www.pskf.ca Some fish control buoyancy through gas bladders
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Icebergs www.solcomhouse.com /iceberg.htm For more information about icebergs, see also: http://science.howstuffworks.com/iceberg1.htm en.wikipedia.org en.wikipedia.org
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Unformatted text preview: Galilean Thermometer en.wikipedia.org Submarines http://www.islandnet.com/ ~yesmag/how_work/ submarine.html www.navy.mil Dry Docks www.wikipedia.org www.wikipedia.org www.fujita.com www.liverpoolpictorial.co.uk Alligators Source: scienceblogs.com Alligators move lungs to control center of buoyancy and therefore motion (up, down, sideways) www.floridaadventuring.com Buoyancy en.wikipedia.org...
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Lecture08 - Galilean Thermometer en.wikipedia.org Submarines

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