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Semi retired old time computer nerd who started programming on a Commodore Pet.

Since I'm also active in the Physics forum I should add that I started as a theoretical chemist, moved into solid state photochemistry and finally worked in industry as a colloid scientist. I only became a full time computer nerd in 1997.


11h
revised Is it compulsory to solve the reduced density matrix
Typos
2d
revised Determining Acceleration Based On Graph
Minor clarification
2d
revised Does a ball spin more from left to right than it does from right to left?
Add link
Oct
25
revised Is it possible to use “negative sound waves” to “cancel out” a sound to create silence?
Clarification
Oct
25
revised How derivate paradox of dicressiang the charge in Liénard–Wiechert potential?
Typo
Oct
25
revised Can this type of graph be analysed to produce any meaningful data?
Clarification
Oct
23
revised How does Hendo hoverboards achieve the self-propelling motion? What is the MFA?
Typo
Oct
22
revised If something is not moving in space, is it moving on the time axis at the speed of light?
Damn I always get that spelling wrong
Oct
21
revised Why the bulb does not glow in this configuration of batteries?
Add diagram
Oct
18
revised Applicability of Fano resonance
MathJaxify
Oct
17
revised How is antimatter made?
Missing word
Oct
17
revised A force is exerted on a body, kinetic energy increases but no work is done by the force. Why?
Typo
Oct
17
revised Line integral calculates work, even though the force from the vector field doesn't cause the movement?
Typo
Oct
16
revised Why do the big nuts always remain at top? The Brazil-nut Effect
Typo
Oct
14
revised Is ice a type of glass?
Typos and extra links
Oct
13
revised Non-trivial scalar quantity
Typo
Oct
10
revised What does the $c$ in $eV/c^2$ stand for?
Tweaks
Oct
10
revised What does the $c$ in $eV/c^2$ stand for?
Three hundred years too early
Oct
10
revised Has the gravitational interaction of antimatter ever been examined experimentally?
Minor clarification
Oct
8
revised What happens when Antimatter interacts with a photon?
Extend answer