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Sep
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comment Making an equal amount of positive and negative energy?
If by creating negative energy you mean taking away energy from a system, then your analogy reduces to a net transfer of energy, which happens everyday. And it also follows the second law of thermodynamics. If this is not what you were thinking, could you more clearly describe how you would want "negative energy" to look like? PS "energy loans" and "debts" are not good examples.
Sep
5
reviewed Reviewed Effective Resistance
Sep
5
revised Veritasium - Firing bullet in block - along center and away from center
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Sep
4
comment Accelerating fluid filled container
I usually refrain from using the concept of inertia to explain stuff. One would rather use forces(and equilibrium conditions). With inertia, it becomes difficult to talk about non-rigid bodies(like water).
Sep
4
comment Accelerating fluid filled container
If you decrease acceleration(or provide negative acceleration), the inclination of the equilibrium position $\theta$ decreases, so the water level will also try to increase its inclination. In effect, it will look like the water is lunging forward, and splashing into the forward wall. That's basically what inertia predicts.
Sep
4
answered Accelerating fluid filled container
Sep
4
reviewed Reviewed Glass properties
Sep
4
comment Glass properties
How does glass stay in the same conditions after sharp hits? I have usually seen it breaking, because it is very brittle. What kind of glass are you referring to?
Sep
3
reviewed Reviewed Minkowski Metric
Sep
3
reviewed Reviewed Are there any modern textbooks on statistical mechanics which don't ignore Gibbs' analysis of the microcanonical ensemble?
Sep
3
revised Are there any modern textbooks on statistical mechanics which don't ignore Gibbs' analysis of the microcanonical ensemble?
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Sep
3
reviewed Reviewed Is the current situation possible for recreaction in a lab?
Sep
3
comment A rock connected to one end of string in circular motion gets released.. and what happens?
This explanation would be more fitting to a real life situation, if you consider the acceleration of the rock as $g$ after the string is cut. In that case the rock will follow projectile motion.
Sep
2
revised Doubt in law of mutual interaction
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Sep
2
reviewed Reviewed Why is there more steam after a pot of water *stops* boiling?
Sep
2
comment Why is there more steam after a pot of water *stops* boiling?
Steam at the bottom of the pot doesn't make sense. Wouldn't it rise above due to lower density?
Sep
2
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Conservation of BRST current in QED
Sep
2
reviewed Looks Good How fast is a true vacuum bubble going to expand?
Sep
2
reviewed Reviewed How do you calculate the time to emission of an electron from a metal given the incident radiation?
Sep
2
comment How do you calculate the time to emission of an electron from a metal given the incident radiation?
This doesn't really contribute to the question in any way.