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comment Boson in Superstring
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Apr
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comment Gauged supergravity
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comment Electrical Insulators
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Apr
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comment The principle behind Inertia and it's connection to Equilibrium
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Apr
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comment Getting started self-studying general relativity
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Apr
12
comment Quick question on weight/mass
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Apr
12
comment Torque and a pulley
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Apr
12
comment Would the moon be brighter if it were completely spherical?
It's probably worth pointing out that it's not really the shape but rather the material that determines how the object looks. A perfectly spherical absorber/emitter will probably obey Lambert's law and thus be uniformly lit. An irregular perfect mirror will have many speckles of light over its surface. Galileo assumed all matter reflected, rather than absorbing and reemitting, which turns out not to be a very good model for things.
Apr
12
comment Heisenberg theory of uncertainty
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comment Zero Potential Energy Change in Raising a Mass
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comment Enthalpy in MIT open courseware
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comment Cocepts regarding BCS Theory of superconductivity and Cooper pair
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comment Laplace's correction
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comment Problems with work on an inclined plane
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Apr
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comment Is there a direct/indirect detection for the homogeneity of the Universe?
The answer is in measuring the spatial distribution of galaxies. You've twice rejected that answer, so it would help if you told us what definition of "homogeneity" you are using.
Apr
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comment Why is it necessary to enrich Uranium and Plutonium before they can be used in nuclear warheads?
Very closely related: Why does it take so long to make a nuclear bomb?
Apr
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comment Power lines and cars
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comment Planes of Simultaneity on Minkowski diagrams
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comment Membrane Theory
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comment Question about aircraft/rockets
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