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suggested suggested edit on Sum total distance of electrons on a spherical surface
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comment How is it the Voyagers are a few seconds closer to Earth than earlier?
@Nathaniel it is the case. You're right.
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revised How is it the Voyagers are a few seconds closer to Earth than earlier?
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answered How is it the Voyagers are a few seconds closer to Earth than earlier?
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accepted Imaginary time and string theory
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asked Imaginary time and string theory
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revised Gravitational Redshift around a Schwarzschild Black Hole
grammar and concisedness
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suggested suggested edit on Gravitational Redshift around a Schwarzschild Black Hole
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revised Do electrons have definite and single value of momentum and position?
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asked Do electrons have definite and single value of momentum and position?
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revised Beginner Physics Resources?
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revised Gravitational Potential of a Sphere vs Gravitational Binding Energy of a Sphere
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answered Gravitational Potential of a Sphere vs Gravitational Binding Energy of a Sphere
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comment Is it possible to remove the Higgs Field from an object to make it have no mass?
The Higgs field (in theory) exists everywhere so you can't remove it from anywhere. (i think)
Feb
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answered Could arc reactors eventually be real?
Feb
28
accepted Why is visible light used in Optical fibers (instead of other EM waves)?
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comment Why is visible light used in Optical fibers (instead of other EM waves)?
There's a more elaborate explanation here thefoa.org/tech/wavelength.htm
Feb
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comment Nuclear based wireless power?
Try sending hydrogen through mail. See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sneakernet (mailing of digital information). In case you're interested there's background radiation en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Background_radiation
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revised Does String Theory disagree with General Relativity?
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comment Are there still 'everyday' phenomena unexplained by Physics?
"Scientists have not fully understood the mechanism of lightning. We can describe the process of lightning, but many phenomena of lightning have not been explained. " hk-phy.org/iq/lightning/lightning_e.html