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comment What will be the role of gravitational waves in future physics?
This is a really broad question, I think... it would be better if you focus specifically on one particular effect or consequence you're curious about. People can help you narrow down the question in the comments.
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revised What can be the way of the light
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comment What can be the way of the light
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comment Тhere is at least some proof that vacuum is able to propagate light?
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comment Does fluctuation really occur in equilibrium as its microstates are allowed to occur by Fundamental Postulate in equilibrium?
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comment Why does hot air rise in a column instead of cold air pressing down?
@honeste_vivere I don't think so. This question takes as a given that hot air does rise and asks about the pattern in which it moves.
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comment Acceleration of an air bubble under the sea
@Mphysics it's not clear what your conceptual question is. I'd advise you to start by removing "Any advice will be helpful" (which generally makes a question too broad) and removing part (a) entirely, because you say you're good with that. Then clarify exactly what concept you're unsure about that is keeping you from finding the dependence of volume on depth.
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comment What will be final velocity of three charges $q$, $q$, $2q$?
@ophelia Being nontrivially interesting is not one of the criteria we use to determine whether a question is on topic or not. Hopefully you find it less odd after noting that. If you think the question does not meet the criteria for being on hold, you can make that argument for reopening it. But as I see it, the question is homework-like and does not ask a conceptual question - what it's asking is basically "what do I do next?"
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comment Are there any open questions in physics that a layman can analyze?
I've deleted some chatty comments; remember that comments are meant for requesting clarification, suggesting improvements, and sometimes linking to related resources.
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comment Successor to Copenhagen Interpretation as Orthodox Interpreation of Quantum Mechanics
Comments are not for extended discussion (which I sense coming on); this conversation has been moved to chat.
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revised volume of the air bubble in the water
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comment error calculation with a variable error
What are $\epsilon^M$ and $\epsilon^S$, and how are they related (if at all) to $\epsilon_i^M$ and $\epsilon_i^S$?
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comment Is it too late to study physics?
@gonenc and others: if you ask me, this is way off topic. I'd also remind everyone that comments are not to be used for answering the question.
Feb
8
comment Proof of Ampère's law from the Biot-Savart law for tridimensional current distributions
I've moved all the comments to chat to keep the post clean. Some of the comments looked like they may have been obsolete (e.g. feedback already addressed in edits), but I couldn't easily tell which ones were obsolete so I moved them all.
Feb
8
revised What does it mean to be unique in terms of vector potentials?
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Feb
6
revised Why does electric force depend on the medium?
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Feb
6
comment Partial derivatives vs total derivatives in thermodynamics
@ChesterMiller that sounds like it should be an answer
Feb
6
revised Partial derivatives vs total derivatives in thermodynamics
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Feb
6
comment How to (safely) measure the surface area of a human body?
Perhaps you could rephrase this not to mention discussion? After all, we don't want questions to be discussed, we want questions to be answered.
Feb
5
comment Path of a swinging object on a rope
It's a very sparse post, to be sure, but it doesn't seem so obviously not-an-answer as to be deleted.