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comment Derivation of the centrifugal and coriolis force
Aha, good comment.
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comment If photons have no mass, how can they have momentum?
Indeed. Thanks.
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comment A list of inconveniences between quantum mechanics and (general) relativity?
@LewisMiller: Thanks a good bit of info, but I think you want to direct it at Marek mainly, rather than me, since he made the quoted comment. :)
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comment Is Angular Momentum truly fundamental?
Sure, but then you could just say the spin is carried over from the intrinsic spin of the fundamental particles...
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comment Is Angular Momentum truly fundamental?
@IncnisMrsi: I know composite particles also have spin, but the point is, one could envisage that arising from angular momentum by motion, and not "intrinsically".
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comment What is spin as it relates to subatomic particles?
@حكيمالفيلسوفالضائع, yes they are for all intents and purposes. Certainly in traditional QM they are. In QFT, there are no particles at all really; particles are just conceptual approximations... but you're over-simplifying things. Something tells me you're just a reader of pop-science and think you understand it because of that.
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