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Jul
13
reviewed Close is it possible to get an object to travel over 200 mph with magnets
Jul
13
reviewed Leave Open Packets of information in the real world
Jul
13
reviewed Leave Open Free energy of coupled classical harmonic oscillators
Jul
13
reviewed Close Divergence of vector potential
Jul
13
reviewed Leave Open Where does mass come from in pair production?
Jul
13
reviewed Leave Open Why aren't electrons waves by “default”?
Jul
9
reviewed Close Does a field have any physical meaning or significance?
Jul
9
reviewed Close Hydrostatic forces in a bowl of cereal
Jul
9
reviewed Close Problem on Malus law? doesnt work on certain angles
Jul
9
reviewed Close How can magnetic fields have energy and yet be unable to do work with that energy?
Jul
9
reviewed Close Problem with Lagrangian density
Jul
9
reviewed Close Can a 0.1mm iron cannonball fired with a proportional cannon damage a tumbler (glass)?
Jul
9
reviewed Close resultant of 3 vectors along sides of equilateral triangle
Jul
9
reviewed Close Stephen Hawking's theory of multiple universes
Jul
9
reviewed Leave Open Negative sign in rotation operator again
Jul
9
comment Negative sign in rotation operator again
I feel if anything the first question should be marked a duplicate of this more thorough one.
Jul
6
reviewed Close Centrifugal force on objects rotating around Earth
Jul
5
reviewed Leave Open current splitting in the presence of superconductors
Jul
5
reviewed Close Does the uncertainty principle affect event horizons?
Jul
5
comment Water well fluid dynamics
This is not a hygiene question. The question is if seepage into a well from 100+ feet deep can explain well water that goes up to 15 feet deep, or if the observed high water levels indicate there must be a leak higher up. It is very much physics.