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just because the question contains a formula!
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Frequently asked questions. Whenever the same question winds up getting asked over and over again, this tag should designate the _original_ one, which we close all the others as duplicates of.
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Gases which do not undergo chemical reactions (except the loss of electrons to become ionized).
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A set of theories that attempt to take the basics of general relativity, and extned it in such a way that it solves various problems. This applies to Milgrom's MOND proposal, but also includes such o…
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In mechanics, the virial theorem relates the average over time of the total kinetic energy, <T>, of a stable system consisting of several particles bound by potential forces, with that of the total…
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Imaging of astronomical objects or large regions of the sky.
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a hypothetical form of radioactive decay in which the proton decays into lighter subatomic particles. There is currently no experimental evidence that proton decay.
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Use for questions related to the creation/possibility of black holes in a certain situation, singularities, the contraction of an astronomical object due to its own gravity, and the re-collapse of ou…
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a method of isolating divergencies in scattering amplitudes.
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an approach to spacetime focused on null (light-like) geodesics, instead of points (events).
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