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reviewed Looks OK Are quadrilinear weak boson couplings possible?
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comment Testing diamagnetism of water while somehow breaking the 3rd law of physics
What is the 'third law of physics'? The numbered laws I'm familiar with are for thermodynamics and newtonian dynamics... perhaps you should state the law you have in mind? Also, the geometry of your setup is difficult to follow, perhaps a diagram or a clarification of the description? Finally, you say the styrofoam is 'moved', but don't describe how: this seems important.
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reviewed Reviewed Spontaneous symmetry breaking of a spinor / vector field
Apr
29
revised Spontaneous symmetry breaking of a spinor / vector field
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Apr
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reviewed Reviewed Exactly how much lift is needed to overcome the weight of an average person?
Apr
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comment Exactly how much lift is needed to overcome the weight of an average person?
Lift is a force, which probably should not be measured in kg. Presumably this really means $100{\rm kg}\times g$ where $g$ is the gravitational acceleration, but stating it as a mass is misleading at best. Also, when you use gm, is that intended as grams? That should be g.
Apr
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reviewed Reviewed How to solve for amplitude w.r.t time for a dad pushing his daughter on the swing with periodic force impulses?
Apr
29
answered Can a theoretical object exist as such that its mass overcomes gravitational collapse
Apr
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reviewed Reviewed Can a theoretical object exist as such that its mass overcomes gravitational collapse
Apr
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reviewed Reviewed Infrared Camera spectral filtering with an uncooled camera?
Apr
28
comment Gross “temperature” of a globular cluster
You have seen absolute temperatures, they're just expressed as velocity dispersions in km/s, instead of temperature in K.
Apr
28
comment Gross “temperature” of a globular cluster
GCs are in quasi-equilibrium, so you can define a "temperature", usually expressed as a velocity dispersion.
Apr
28
comment Is curiosity enough as driving force for become a physicist?
This was tagged [atomic-physics] and [mathematical-physics] by the OP, which are not appropriate as tags, but may hint at some additional motivation.
Apr
28
revised Is curiosity enough as driving force for become a physicist?
edited tags; edited title
Apr
28
reviewed Reviewed Do hail stone fall down just when it is created?
Apr
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reviewed Approve What are the units pm/K?
Apr
28
awarded  Nice Question
Apr
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reviewed Reviewed Degrees of freedom and temperature
Apr
28
reviewed Reviewed Fluid Mechanics: Stream Function for Axisymmetric flow
Apr
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reviewed Reviewed Are units of angle really dimensionless?