Force field may refer to:
- Force field (fiction), a barrier made up of energy or particles to protect a person, area or object from attacks or intrusions or as a means of containment or confinement
- Force field (physics), a vector field indicating the forces exerted by one object on another
- Force field (chemistry), a set of parameter and equations for use in molecular mechanics simulations
- Force field analysis, a concept in the social sciences
- Force field (neuroscience), a region in the spinal cord that causes limbs to exert a consistent force depending on the limbs' position
- Forcefield (art collective) and band from Providence, Rhode Island associated with Fort Thunder
- Forcefield (band), a British rock band featuring Graham Bonnet, Cozy Powell, Peter Prescott, Neil Murray and Ray Fenwick
- Force Field, the theme tune of the British game show The Crystal Maze.
International Business Times UK
Huffington Post UK
Wed, 26 Nov 2014 12:23:25 -0800
Earth is wrapped in an invisible force field that scientists have compared with the "shields" featured in Star Trek. A US team discovered the barrier, some 7,200 miles above the Earth's surface, that blocks high energy electrons threatening astronauts ...
Tue, 25 Nov 2014 02:47:31 -0800
A number of people have reported feeling in and having their hair zapped by the force field at St Giles in London. One early video shows a man, Simon Legrand, walking towards the area as his hair is slowly picked up. “It feels really weird on my ...
Mon, 24 Nov 2014 11:30:00 -0800
Google is one of the most powerful corporations in the world, with many believing the technology giant is responsible for monitoring our every move online. However, that power might be more overarching than we could ever have imagined, after reports of ...
Wed, 26 Nov 2014 10:22:30 -0800
The nature of the force field remains an unsolved mystery. It does not appear to be linked to magnetic field lines or human-generated radio signals, and scientists are not convinced that a cloud of cold electrically charged gas called the plasmasphere ...
Wed, 26 Nov 2014 19:22:30 -0800
Scientists have recently determined that approximately 7,200 miles above the Earth, an invisible force field is protecting the planet from the bombardment of killer electrons. This shield prevents these electrons from whipping at the planet at rates ...
Tue, 04 Nov 2014 11:14:47 -0800
When you're riding your bike at night, it would be nice to have a force field to protect you from oncoming bugs, kicked-up dust and the smell of car exhaust. Unfortunately, the technology to create such a cone of calm doesn't exist yet, but there is a ...
Wed, 26 Nov 2014 17:59:32 -0800
In what continues to awe cosmic scientists, researchers have found that there is actually an invisible force field that shields high energy electrons from doing harm to satellites and astronauts – high up some 7,200 miles above the Earth. And this ...
New York Times
New York Times
Wed, 26 Nov 2014 09:26:15 -0800
... 1936 essay “The Storyteller”: “A generation that still drove to school in horse-drawn carriages suddenly stood under the open sky in a landscape with nothing but the clouds unchanged, and in the center, in a force field of destructive currents and ...
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