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comment Temperature needed during the fabrication of clay products
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it is not about physics
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comment If we threw a baseball from the ISS, could we deorbit the ball?
@MartinCarney: That would be a very difficult calculation. It might even stay in orbit longer as I bet the drag to mass ratio of the ISS is higher than that of a ball.
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comment Area as a Vector
In this case the prior research would have found this question right here on this site
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comment Area as a Vector
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it shows insufficient prior research
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revised Calculate Temperature change in a solid due to resistive heating
Not inductive heating
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comment Inductance heating, Temp Change
Possible duplicate of Calculate Temperature change in a solid due to inductance heating
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answered If we threw a baseball from the ISS, could we deorbit the ball?
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comment Einsteins theory of relativity and formula of kinetic energy
Ah, yes, it is indeed a duplicate. I hadn't spotted the previous question.
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revised Refraction of Sound Waves
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answered Am I just some energy traveled at light speed?
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answered Can pressure be subtracted from pressure gradient
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answered Einsteins theory of relativity and formula of kinetic energy
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answered Photon absorption in a medium - basic principle?
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comment How much part of an iceberg sinks in water?
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revised How much part of an iceberg sinks in water?
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comment How to Find equations of motion and the Noether current for Lagrange symmetry group given the Lagrangian?
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