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Just a guy trying to learn things on his own. If I've learned one thing in my (fairly short) existence as of yet, it is that you should not expect anyone else to do it for you.


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accepted Heisenberg's uncertainty principle - $ \Delta p $
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asked Heisenberg's uncertainty principle - $ \Delta p $
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accepted Paper in physics - calculations; rounding or not?
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comment Paper in physics - calculations; rounding or not?
@leftaroundabout I guess you could say that I'm "dumbing it down" for my teachers to read it fluently. I know this wouldn't be the case for a serious paper in a journal, but yeah..
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comment Getting started with Landau Physics course
I believe if you're already an electrical engineer you should be good to go and just start
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comment Magnitude of a photon?
@OndřejČernotík I'm pretty certain you are right. At least that's how I'd interpret it anyway.
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comment So gravity turns things round
See arxiv.org/abs/1004.1091 , a very interesting paper which tackles your question for dwarf planets. Of course it has to do with the composition of the body. I'm not sure how to calculate it for humans, but you can probably use the fact that humans are 70% water.