Nature of Gravity
Please notes that actually total are 5 pages, but 4th pages should have pictures connect to the main body and 5th page) Reference List: 1 page should be devoted to the Bibliography. There should be at least 2 Internet sources and 2 non-Internet sources.’, so you can put picture + Bibliography in the same pageMain Body: 3 Pages Double Spaced Text, Size 12 font, w/Introduction and Conclusionc) 1 Extra Page of Pictures: If the pictures are interspersed in your Main Body, then the Main Body should be 4 pages longd) Reference List: 1 page should be devoted to the Bibliography. There should be at least 2 Internet sources and 2 non-Internet sources. The report can be about any topic that you choose. It shouldn’t be too specific or too broad so you can cover it in 3 pages. Here are some example of topics you can choose:1)Particle Physics2)Nature of Gravity3)String & M-Theory4)Extra Dimensions5)Quantum Mechanics & its philosophical implications6)Special & General Relativit7)Time Travel & Wormholes8)Quantum Loop theory9)The Nature of Time & Entrop10)The Higgs Particle11)Particle Accelerators & how they are used12)The Holographic PrincipleSample BibliographyBooks:1) Hawking, Stephen. A Brief History of Time. New York: Bantam Books, 1988. Magazine,Journals:1) THE MORPHOLOGICAL EVOLUTION OF GALAXIES: Roberto G. Abraham and Sidney van den Bergh in Science, Vol. 293, No. 5533, pages 1273 – 1278; August 17, 2001.2) TIME WITHOUT END: PHYSICS AND BIOLOGY IN AN OPEN UNIVERSE: Freeman J. Dyson in Reviews of Modern Physics, Vol. 51, No. 3, pages 447 – 460: July 1979. Internet Sites:1) http://obswww.unige.ch/~udry/planet/method.html. Extrasolar Planet Search website hosted by the Geneva Observatory and a research team led by Michel Mayor. The site covers the major projects underway to discover new planets and gives an overview of the different methods that are used. 2) http://www.adlerplanetarium.org/pub/Prime_Focus_No_8.pdf Adler Planetarium and Astronomy Museumwebsite in Chicago, Illinois. The Museum publishes a quarterly magazine summarizing the various research projects of their Astronomy staff.