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asked Can an article having spin be seen as spinless in a properly choosen frame of reference?
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revised Is this derivation of Black Hole entropy viable?
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comment Does car tire pressure change with weight of car load?
........yes...........
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comment Are Thomas Breuer's subjective decoherence and Scott Aaronson's freebits with knightian freedom the same things in essence?
@Nikos M. indeed, in the argument randomness is understood as some probability distribution.
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comment Are universally valid possibilistic theories possible?
@Nikos M. What if such theory is the best possible physical description of a system, in principle?
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revised Are universally valid possibilistic theories possible?
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revised Are universally valid possibilistic theories possible?
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comment Universal speed limit
speed higher than speed of light violates causality only in special relativity. So it is special relativity that limits speed of light, not causality. If special relativity were wrong, speed of higher than light would not violate causality.
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comment Universal speed limit
This would violate causality only if Lorentz transformationas are correct. With Galileo's transformations, it will not violate causality.
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revised Are Thomas Breuer's subjective decoherence and Scott Aaronson's freebits with knightian freedom the same things in essence?
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asked Can refraction of the atmosphere be so high that the surface of a planet seems concave to its inhabitants?
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revised Does a black hole have enough time to actually form a singularity?
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answered If the multiverse theory is true, can there be a Universe where there are different laws of physics?