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Apr
9
awarded  Yearling
Apr
9
accepted Lorentz's Amsterdam Proceedings 12:986 (1904) paper?
Apr
9
comment Lorentz's Amsterdam Proceedings 12:986 (1904) paper?
Ah, thanks! So it was published in multiple journals?
Apr
9
comment Lorentz's Amsterdam Proceedings 12:986 (1904) paper?
I thought that was Amst. Proc. 6:809 (1904).
Apr
9
asked Lorentz's Amsterdam Proceedings 12:986 (1904) paper?
Feb
20
comment Did Einstein know about Michelson-Morley experiment?
The "near-null result" is also evidence the earth is stationary in the ether.
Feb
20
comment The notion called aether
The null result could also mean the earth is stationary in the ether.
Jan
16
comment How to debunk 'The Electric Universe'?
This website describes the "electric universe theory."
Dec
24
comment Why are the laws of thermodynamics “supreme among the laws of Nature”?
@jinawee: Yeah, you're probably right.
Dec
24
comment Why are the laws of thermodynamics “supreme among the laws of Nature”?
@jinawee: It might answer it. I think what Ivo is getting at is that the 2nd Law is more a postulate (like Newton's axioms or "laws") than a conclusion.
Dec
24
comment Why are the laws of thermodynamics “supreme among the laws of Nature”?
agreed; he was one of the greatest American scientists
Dec
24
revised Book suggestions for foundation of Newtonian Mechanics
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Dec
24
answered References about rigorous thermodynamics
Dec
24
answered Temperature of thermally isolated space region
Dec
24
answered What does 99.9% speed of light mean when there is no absolute velocity?
Dec
23
revised Who first verified Coulomb's Law for electron+proton interaction?
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Dec
23
comment Who first verified Coulomb's Law for electron+proton interaction?
Yes, certainly a Coulomb potential predicts -13.6 eV.
Dec
23
comment Who first verified Coulomb's Law for electron+proton interaction?
@VINAY: Yes, that's what I mean.
Dec
23
comment Who first verified Coulomb's Law for electron+proton interaction?
But isn't Rutherford's $cos^4$ law derived for a Coulomb potential?
Dec
21
asked Who first verified Coulomb's Law for electron+proton interaction?