2,944 reputation
321
bio website thefurloff.com
location Maryland
age
visits member for 1 year, 8 months
seen Apr 13 at 19:00

Feb
9
revised Unified field theory in layman's terms
deleted 1 characters in body
Feb
9
answered Unified field theory in layman's terms
Feb
9
comment Dirichlet and Neumann Boundary condition: physical example
+1 for a good answer
Feb
9
revised Dirichlet and Neumann Boundary condition: physical example
added 70 characters in body
Feb
9
comment What grounds the difference between space and time?
Can you give specific references to the assertion of the "most lauded answers in philosophy", I am not sure I follow the philosophical assertion, nor agree with the way its phrased.
Feb
9
answered Dirichlet and Neumann Boundary condition: physical example
Feb
9
revised Amplitude of Probability amplitude. Which one is it?
added 10 characters in body
Feb
9
revised Amplitude of Probability amplitude. Which one is it?
deleted 4 characters in body
Feb
9
answered Amplitude of Probability amplitude. Which one is it?
Feb
9
comment Equivalence principle question
Your welcome! If you want, try to upvote again! :-)
Feb
8
comment Confusion regarding photons?
I would definitely ignore anything that your teacher or classmates have to say about physics that you can not find in a good text book. Until you reach topics of quantum gravity and quantum information theory, these things are well understood within the physics community (although not by all its members). I would also ignore most media releases until you can sift the good from the bad. A good list of freely available books can be found athttp://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/6157/list-of-freely-available-physi‌​cs-books
Feb
8
revised Confusion regarding photons?
added 30 characters in body
Feb
8
revised Confusion regarding photons?
added 394 characters in body
Feb
8
answered Confusion regarding photons?
Feb
8
comment Confusion regarding photons?
@Bzazz I think this sort of statement is the type of corruption of physics that we should be concerned about. Although any object with energy can create curvature, Photons are bosonic and do not directly interact with the higgs boson, and are therefore massless. See some good answer at physics.stackexchange.com/questions/23161/…
Feb
7
revised What causes precession or nutation in a spinning object?
added 15 characters in body
Feb
7
revised What causes precession or nutation in a spinning object?
added 211 characters in body
Feb
6
answered What causes precession or nutation in a spinning object?
Feb
5
comment Born-Oppenheimer separation in Dirac bra-ket notation
Very much an improvement over mine :-)
Feb
5
comment Can we transfer burn to another planet at any time?
Hi Matt, you might want to reword your question, if delta-v isn't a problem then you can pretty much go anywhere anytime you want. You might want to give a little more background info upfront and restate it so that the assumption is that your interested in keeping normal physics, but you can assume idealized conditions.