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Jan
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awarded  Yearling
Nov
26
awarded  Notable Question
Sep
26
awarded  Autobiographer
Aug
14
awarded  Outspoken
Aug
14
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
5
comment Does the universe have a center?
exploratorium.edu/hubble/tools/center.html If you want to go play with this yourselves
Jul
17
awarded  Quorum
May
31
comment Dry Ice in Liquid States
How are you defining wet? is 'wet' to you covered in water, or just any liquid? If youre using the water idea of wet then its impossibble to get wet from dry ice in liquid form because its chemical composition is not H20
May
20
accepted How reliant is the Solar System on being exactly the way it is?
May
17
revised Does the magnitude of a mass affect the velocity?
Corrected spelling and grammar
May
17
comment Does the magnitude of a mass affect the velocity?
Hi, I attempted an edit on this one to make it more coherent but im unsure if i managed to keep the actual question true to its intended origins
May
17
suggested suggested edit on Does the magnitude of a mass affect the velocity?
May
14
comment How reliant is the Solar System on being exactly the way it is?
@dmckee is this edit better?
May
14
revised How reliant is the Solar System on being exactly the way it is?
deleted 263 characters in body; edited title
May
14
comment How reliant is the Solar System on being exactly the way it is?
also @downvoters, would you care to comment? I cant improve the question if you don't tell me whats wrong!
May
14
comment How reliant is the Solar System on being exactly the way it is?
@BenCrowell i deliberately avoided that because then people would ask what caused it, which direction is it travelling, if it overlaps any other orbits etc, and those arent the kind of answers i want, the kind im after are ones which focus on the lack of planets resultant effect on the rest of the planets orbits. hence why ceasing to exist seemed the best choice.
May
14
asked How reliant is the Solar System on being exactly the way it is?
May
13
awarded  Talkative
May
10
reviewed No Action Needed Are there problems solvable with Newtonian physics, GR and QM?
May
10
accepted What causes the collapse of a Magnetic Field?