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Apr
23
comment Where can i get an online version of original works of Aristotlean physics (for free)?
Aristotle is more philosophy than physics, since his "physics" pretty blatantly disagrees with reality. Aside from that, we aren't really in the business of locating files upon request (that's for your friendly neighborhood librarian).
Apr
23
reviewed Close from ground state electronic configuration of carbon Among the terms's, 3P, ID which refers to the ground state?
Apr
23
reviewed Leave Open 1D Boson Lattice Grand Canonical Partition Function
Apr
23
reviewed Close determine the ratio of populations of the first vibrational level to the zero energy vibrational level
Apr
23
reviewed Leave Open How do we know WHEN to get the result from quantum computers?
Apr
23
reviewed Leave Open How do you find the uncertainty of a weighted average?
Apr
23
reviewed Leave Open What is Phase Transition in Cosmology and where does the energy of it comes from?
Apr
23
reviewed Leave Open Confusion of Schrödinger equation and complex conjugates
Apr
23
reviewed Leave Open Is it possible to measure the spin of an electron without moving it?
Apr
23
reviewed Leave Open 3 particle spin entanglement
Apr
23
reviewed Leave Open Can light break relativity's reference frame?
Apr
23
reviewed Leave Open doubt from capacitance and capacitors
Apr
23
reviewed Leave Open What is the relative importance of lens element quality in a multiple lens system?
Apr
23
reviewed Leave Open Is this analogy of Hawking Radiation correct?
Apr
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reviewed Leave Open Conservation of energy and realm of possibility
Apr
23
reviewed Close Physical reason behind $\langle +,x | \hat S_z |+,x \rangle=0$?
Apr
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reviewed Leave Open Frequency dependence of electromagnetic reflection
Apr
19
comment How would it be to look at the sky if the earth were near the edge of the universe?
Not only is there evidence (with a dash of Occam and Copernicus) that there is no inhomogeneity, there is simply no edge whatsoever in the model. Classical GR is formulated on boundaryless manifolds. If you want to talk about "edges" to the universe, you need to figure out what that means mathematically.
Apr
16
comment Failure of Superposition principle at high amplitudes
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Apr
16
comment Basic question about light
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