1,843 reputation
313
bio website
location
age
visits member for 2 years
seen Nov 24 at 14:17

Jul
18
comment Attractive higgs force and inflation
Thanks for the thorough answer, and the experimental results that show a GUT scale inflation.
Jul
18
accepted Attractive higgs force and inflation
Jul
17
asked Attractive higgs force and inflation
Jul
10
comment Does kinetic friction increase as speed increases?
I meant to say the box's motion does not matter, since it is much slower than the particals.
Jul
10
revised Does kinetic friction increase as speed increases?
added 56 characters in body
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
29
comment Melting and Boiling Points of Odd Materials
Brick will melt, as it is mostly an aluminosilicate so will be a lot like glass. Complex organic compounds like cellulose in paper will decompose before melting/boiling.
Jun
27
answered Is there a depth at which a human body, with lungs full of air, will no longer float?
Jun
26
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
26
comment How much does the Earth's rotation affect a golf ball?
@Padarom: Yes it would still affect it. The ground doesn't magically prevent the "Corellolis effect" from existing. However, the ground friction would partially counteract the effect by "dragging" the ball along with Earths rotation.
Jun
21
comment 1 Tesla electromagnet?
Materials saturate, meaning that the impressive B = 200000*knI hits a limiting B, above which the relative permeability drops off to 1, bringing us back to B = knI
Jun
21
comment Effect of humidity on static electricity
The main mechanism is probably the adsorption of atmospheric water molecules on surfaces, a function that depends on humidity. This water film, which may even mobilize ions, makes surfaces more conductive (NOT the air!). Like anti-static spray, this allows charges to dissipate.
Jun
21
suggested suggested edit on Can electromagnetic fields be used to shield electromagnetic radiation?
Jun
18
revised Single-mode fibers and ray-theory of light
deleted 4 characters in body
Jun
18
answered Single-mode fibers and ray-theory of light
May
5
comment Is it possible to create artificial gravity by magnetizing iron in the blood stream?
@Anixx: Yes that is a good way to put it. I just made the scaling laws more robust.
May
5
revised Is it possible to create artificial gravity by magnetizing iron in the blood stream?
added 58 characters in body
May
1
comment Magnetic field resistance material: are there any?
Ok thanks and welcome to Stack exchange!
Apr
30
comment Magnetic field resistance material: are there any?
If you like the answer please click the checkmark to "accept" it (you get 2 free rep when you accept answers). Speaker and hard disks magnets are shielded with a thick piece of steel or similar material, which act as a "conductor" of magnetic fields.
Apr
30
answered Magnetic field resistance material: are there any?