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Feb
11
answered Graviton and photon
Feb
11
comment Does the size of a black hole change depending on its charge or spin?
@Amphibio: yes, $Q$ is just the charge in coulombs. The black hole could be charged because the matter it formed from was charged, or you could take an uncharged black hole and fire charged particles into it. However in practice it's exceedingly unlikely any macroscopic black hole carries a significant charge as there is no known mechanism for generating such large charge separations.
Feb
11
answered So Black Holes Actually Merge! In 1/5th of a Second - How?
Feb
11
answered Does the size of a black hole change depending on its charge or spin?
Feb
11
reviewed Leave Closed Is Planck’s proof of Kirchhoff’s Law of Thermal Emission false; and if it is not false why is it not false?
Feb
11
reviewed No Action Needed Example of a system where we cant measure the total possible microstates of a system but can measure the microstates of most probable state?
Feb
11
reviewed Close Gravitational waves: novel or confirmatory?
Feb
11
comment How were gravitational waves discovered?
Re time dilation see: Gravitational waves and time. tl;dr - yes.
Feb
11
comment How much energy in form of heat does a human body emit?
Hi Rizwan. Thanks for the suggested edit, but note that a Calorie with a capital C, is a thousand calories, with a small *c.
Feb
11
revised How much energy in form of heat does a human body emit?
rolled back to a previous revision
Feb
11
answered How to understand that Higgs does not imply circular reasoning?
Feb
11
answered A classical explanation of why there is a speed limit in the universe
Feb
11
reviewed Approve Why does hot air rise in a column instead of cold air pressing down?
Feb
11
reviewed Approve Would a pendulum swing indefinitely in a frictionless vacuum?
Feb
11
reviewed Approve How do they find the energy of a photon?
Feb
11
comment Can black holes with the same mass evaporate with different speeds?
Can you provide a reference for the claim that maximally entangled black holes do not evaporate? I am unfamiliar with this idea.
Feb
11
answered How do we determine the pressure at the surface of a star?
Feb
11
reviewed Leave Closed Simple harmonic oscillators
Feb
11
reviewed Leave Closed Are there any open questions in physics that a layman can analyze?
Feb
11
reviewed No Action Needed Confusion in understanding the derivation of wave speed from Newton's Second Law