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Interested into: -Plasma physics. -Kinetics and non equilibrium statistical physics. -Econophysics. -Financial market modelization. -Mathematical linguistic. -Rumors propagation, mathematical epidemiology.


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answered Probability Density Function for Dust in the Colision-less Vlasov equation
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comment Does Nantenna (nano antenna) violates 2nd Law of Thermodynamics?
Yes they do have a cooling effect which is even used in some aquarium tank cooling device. And you are right, they require a temperature difference to produce electricity.
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answered Does Nantenna (nano antenna) violates 2nd Law of Thermodynamics?
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comment Show the Lorentz Transformation Matrices Have an Inverse
0∈kerΛ is always true for any linear operator...
Sep
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comment Show the Lorentz Transformation Matrices Have an Inverse
There is typo: 0≠u∈kerΛ. instead of u≠0∈kerΛ
Sep
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comment Why is my speed imaginary?
Why don't you just try the conservation of energy. mdvdt=mvdvdR is false.
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comment How does Sol's magnetic field continue to exist at such high temperatures?
Actually, I have just read a paper about Beltegeuse. It is not the rotational dynamics that induces the magnetic field but convection cells.
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revised Why do grapes in a microwave oven produce plasma?
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comment Why do grapes in a microwave oven produce plasma?
@Georg: You would be inspired to check your physics. Rotaional spectroscopy is a field in itself. lsbu.ac.uk/water/vibrat.html
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answered Why do grapes in a microwave oven produce plasma?
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comment Conservation of Energy in a magnet
If it takes the energy from the field, then the field is modified and the continuity equations at the magnet surface implies that the magnet's inside field is also modified. It is either due to the dipolar magnetic field created by the steel ball (that was my initial guess in a question I have asked) or by a magnetic domain reconfiguration (the answer I got).
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comment On non-local physics
It is indeed a very interesting possible explanation. But if you are new to the field of kinetic theory, I suggest you first read: Generalized Boltzmann Physical Kinetics [Hardcover] by Alexeev, Boris V.
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revised On non-local physics
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revised On non-local physics
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answered On non-local physics
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answered Maxwell equation boundary conditions on a conducting sheet