Pavel Radzivilovsky

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bio website bugpwr.blogspot.com
location Tel Aviv, Israel
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I am a physicist, businessman and engineer.

I have founded VisionMap ltd. which is developing systems for airborne mapping, comprised of unique hardware and mission-critical software.

Religious

With respect to StackOverflow

I believe there's great value to short, clear and "to the point" answers, telling the user exactly which direction he should be moving. It is okay to add an answer repeating what was already said if it has more concise and better wording. Like with Google Search, think of reducing the time it taskes to get the satisfied reader off the answer page as quickly as possible.

Blaise Pascal: "If I had more time, I would have written you a shorter letter"

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Contact me at

pavel (papa alpha victor echo lima) at teramips dot com.


Sep
27
comment Moment of inertia of a planet
ppl - "directly measure" does not mean estimate or calculate.
Sep
27
awarded  Student
Sep
27
asked Moment of inertia of a planet
Nov
2
awarded  Yearling
Nov
2
awarded  Yearling
Mar
7
answered Does vacuum (empty space) exist?
Mar
7
comment Why does one experience a short pull in the wrong direction when a vehicle stops?
Sounds true to me; however, the body is perhaps the most flexible of all, and therefore contributes the most to the effect.
Jan
16
comment How to correctly show units with a vector
think of units as of multiplication by unknown constant. You can put it inside, outside, whereever you want.
Jan
13
answered How to correctly show units with a vector
Jan
5
answered Why are the orbits of planets in the Solar System nearly circular?
Jan
1
answered What is the most efficient way to destroy the universe?
Dec
25
answered If photons have no mass, how can they have momentum?
Dec
25
answered Why are materials that are better at conducting electricity also proportionately better at conducting heat?
Dec
20
awarded  Critic
Dec
9
awarded  Precognitive
Dec
7
answered Is crystal momentum really momentum?
Dec
6
comment Common false beliefs in Physics
@marek I've re-read your argument, and yet I disagree. She would definitely distinguish 5k and 10k of 40cm hairs just by look (even if it's true that the total volume is not directly linked to perception)
Dec
6
comment Common false beliefs in Physics
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Countersteering
Dec
5
comment Common false beliefs in Physics
@there's nothing to suggest it is most irrelevant. I think it is relevant, in fact, the most relevant.
Dec
5
comment Common false beliefs in Physics
@marek Lookup "Impossible necklace game" and others, technology you can actually create and use with this second-best-to-nonlocal-communications feature.