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Theoretical physicist by training, PhD in spin-polarized quantum systems. Inventor of the DPD micro-hydrodynamics simulation methodology, and specialized in computational physics. Currently chief scientist for a large multinational company. Blogger at Science2.0.


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comment Is there a unit measured in kilogram seconds?
@User58220 - Nah, the operator of a storage facility would do better by charging a customer for the spacetime volume occupied: length^3 x time.
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revised Gravity on a upward moving object
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revised Gravity on a upward moving object
Corrected error in eq
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revised Intuitive explanation of Poiseuille's law — why $r^4$?
Typo in eq
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answered Intuitive explanation of Poiseuille's law — why $r^4$?
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comment Are telescopes with a concave lens useful for astronomy?
Relevant: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crackpot_index
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Can a human size object move so fast that it ceases to be observable?
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24
reviewed Approve suggested edit on twistor tag wiki excerpt
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on twistor tag wiki
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Can a human size object move so fast that it ceases to be observable?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Can a human size object move so fast that it ceases to be observable?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Can we use water as fuel for nuclear thermal space propulsion?
Aug
23
comment Atomic nearest neighbor notation
Can you include the text section from your paper that is under discussion?
Aug
23
revised why are the square of the components of velocity equal?
added 8 characters in body
Aug
23
comment Gravity on a upward moving object
@Floris - be my guest!
Aug
23
comment Bekenstein bound for electron?
Why would there be an error in that WP article? You should expect a huge difference. The big difference between the Bekenstein and the Holographic bound for the entropy that can be contained in a given volume, is that the latter allows any energy content (until a gravitational limit is reached) and the former doesn't.
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on How much voltage should be applied to an object to create a certain amount of charge?
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23
answered Gravity on a upward moving object
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answered why are the square of the components of velocity equal?
Aug
23
revised Bekenstein bound for electron?
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