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An independent physicist interest in general relativity, string theory and number theory.

I am also founder of the preprint repository viXra.org where scientists and mathematicians can submit their research as a permanent reference point and independently verified record without the need for any affiliations.


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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Finding the vacuum which breaks a symmetry
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comment Dark energy and conservation of energy
It is not true that "the law of conservation of Energy is only valid in a static universe"
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on What is difference between Inertial mass and gravitational mass
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answered How is dark energy consistent with conservation of mass and energy?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Why does a nuclear explosion have directionality?
Apr
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on Why does increasing the temperature of a thermistor decrease it's resistance?
Apr
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on How are anti-matter atoms created?
Apr
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Magnetic Fields in water
Mar
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Example of application of creation/annihilation operators in matrix form
Mar
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on At which point of the universe $R_{\mu \nu}=0$ if there is a source of gravitation (point mass)
Mar
25
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How can photons interact with anything?
Mar
21
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Fresnel distance and Geometrical limit
Mar
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answered The age of the universe
Mar
9
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Questions about closed forms and cycles
Mar
9
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How can you use magnets to rotate a shaft, which in turn powers a generator?
Mar
9
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Two ways to form SU(2) singlets?
Mar
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on How was this dot identified as a mystery planet originally (Pluto in this case)?
Mar
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comment If most satellites in orbit were destroyed from debris, would we ever be able to recover?
It is called the Kessler effect/syndrome. Google that and you will get much better information than here.
Mar
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comment Is there any way to annihilate matter without the use of anti-matter?
If the proton in an atom decays it can leave a positron which annihilates with the electrons in the atom. I could have explained this at more length perhaps.
Mar
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answered Is there any way to annihilate matter without the use of anti-matter?