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I am student of Physics, at Shahjalal University of Science and Technology.


Mar
28
comment What is the meaning of speed of light $c$ in $E=mc^2$?
c is just a conversion constant or you can say it proportionality constant. Energy and mass are the same. When c=1, E=m
Mar
28
comment Reducing the Tsunami impact using Nuclear bombs
Is it a practical idea to tune the time of bombing so that we have exactly 90 degree phase difference? @tpg2114
Mar
26
revised Why the distance between peaks of the probability distribution function decreases when n increases?
The user forget to be specific.
Mar
26
suggested suggested edit on Why the distance between peaks of the probability distribution function decreases when n increases?
Feb
6
comment Many world interpretation on test
So, what would you say there is no other worlds besides ours? @AsphirDom
Feb
6
comment Many world interpretation on test
I can't understand your point. @AsphirDom
Feb
6
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6
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Feb
6
comment How can I answer the critical questions of mechanics?
See also this question.
Feb
6
comment How can I answer the critical questions of mechanics?
This may help you.
Feb
6
comment Many world interpretation on test
What would you say about Max Tegmark when he says many worlds are as real as QM? @ChrisWhite
Feb
6
asked Many world interpretation on test
Jan
27
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Nov
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Nov
21
comment Why a system should be at its lowest energy state for its stability?
Because the unstable states will simply destroy themselves.
Nov
18
comment Why the Principle of Least Action?
What do you mean by conservation of information?
Nov
14
comment Eigenvalues of an operator correspond to energy states in quantum mechanics, why?
I think you should specify you answer.
Nov
14
comment How momentum/energy is distributed in a elastic collision?
Well I think, the distribution will be known if the angle between the initial and finale directions are known.
Nov
14
asked How momentum/energy is distributed in a elastic collision?