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comment Why is the moment of inertia for a hollow sphere higher than a uniform sphere?
@AdrianPetrescu Thanks for pointing it out, I've edited the answer to make the connection clear, I hope.
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comment Are branes in 4D-spacetime moving, or are they static?
If branes experience acceleration, or move at a given velocity, which dimension is being used to measure the rate of changes in their position. I mean time would change a what rate compared with what.
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