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 Apr 12 awarded Popular Question Jan 26 awarded Yearling Jan 17 awarded Notable Question Oct 6 comment Does the density of virtual particles decrease when space expands due to dark energy? Here is the story, I have not found a link to the paper yet motherboard.vice.com/read/… Oct 6 comment Does the density of virtual particles decrease when space expands due to dark energy? The rumour of the new paper in Science came from here motherboard.vice.com/read/… Oct 5 comment Amplitude equation My advice for a reliable website for formulas is. Have a search for "hyperphysics" and save the link. Oct 5 comment Does the density of virtual particles decrease when space expands due to dark energy? @John Duffield Now that there is a way to directly observe virtual particles would you say that vacuum fluctuations are real? Oct 5 comment Does the density of virtual particles decrease when space expands due to dark energy? @ACuriousMind Now that there is a way to directly observe virtual particle would you say they must have a density? Oct 5 comment Does the density of virtual particles decrease when space expands due to dark energy? Now that a way has been found to directly observe virtual particles will you need to change your answer a bit? Sep 30 comment What experiments have been done that confirm $E=mc^2$? Does E=mc^2 represent anything real without specifying "at rest" or adding the momentum term? Sep 30 comment Rivers that flow “uphill” due to Earth's rotation As there are tides in rocks, how much is the river effected by tides? Sep 29 comment Why is tearing paper irreversible? @John Rennie What if the paper was torn in space, would it tend to weld back together as metal does when touched together? Sep 19 comment How is it possible to store antimatter? Another way to store antimatter if it lasted long enough or if you could make a cage out of streams of it would be by using true tauonium. Sep 19 comment How massive can an atom get? From a different angle of an answer to your question you may want to ask what is the biggest BEC "super atom" ever created. Sep 17 comment Can a buckyball gun be fired by observing it? I'll read up on de Broglie boxes. Be careful about using the words "any type of matter" it inspires questions about dark matter;-) Sep 17 comment Can a buckyball gun be fired by observing it? That doesn't sound very spooky, it sounds kind of classical. What am I missing? Sep 17 revised Can a buckyball gun be fired by observing it? spelling mistake Sep 17 comment How far out from the Sun is visible light still sufficient to read a book? Yep you are. I was refering to the point where reading becomes impossible. Sep 17 comment Can a buckyball gun be fired by observing it? Ok but is that from the photon's energy or from the uncertainty in position or momentum? Sep 17 revised Can a buckyball gun be fired by observing it? clarification