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Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Feb
7
awarded  Tumbleweed
Feb
1
asked What are the statuses of Silicene and Graphene for real world circuit production?
Jan
31
comment Graphene space elevator possible?
The debris and meteors heating the panels scenario is practically far fetched. Considering we confidently run a space station, we wouldn't mind if a small part of a cheaply made solar panel goes off once in a half moon. However, what would be more important is the fragility of the structure as a whole mechanism indeed.
Jan
31
asked Does graphene actually remain strong for macroworld engineering?
Jan
25
comment How do the “tidal forces warming moons” theories hold when apart from heating from expansion, there may be also cooling from contraction?
So should it actually drop orbit to produce energy on it (or give in in internal structure)?
Jan
25
comment How do the “tidal forces warming moons” theories hold when apart from heating from expansion, there may be also cooling from contraction?
Where does the energy come from? Does it actually drop slightly from orbit?
Jan
25
asked How do the “tidal forces warming moons” theories hold when apart from heating from expansion, there may be also cooling from contraction?
Jan
13
asked Was the early Earth radioactive?
Jan
13
awarded  Scholar
Jan
13
accepted If there was no Earth, what would be the acceleration of gravity from here from the Sun?
Jan
13
asked If there was no Earth, what would be the acceleration of gravity from here from the Sun?
Jan
11
comment If airplanes' highest speed depends directly on the air it is moving through and not the ground,
I was actually asking if we can't build a plane that fast, why don't we make air faster? It would still be in total < c. I know we'd have to obey c in small regions of space. And it's still a "time machine" going to the future without having to surpass c or even be very close to it.
Jan
11
awarded  Supporter
Jan
5
asked If airplanes' highest speed depends directly on the air it is moving through and not the ground,
Dec
28
awarded  Student
Dec
28
asked Is Brian Cox right to claim that Gravity is a strong force for large masses, is it wrong, or is it only a matter of interpretation?