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accepted How should I interpret an article about light being slowed and compressed?
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comment How should I interpret an article about light being slowed and compressed?
So, a very simple interpretation could be that they were just testing how much the light changes while being slowed? (btw.: I can't read the articles you refer to. I'm asked to login to download them)
Jan
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comment How should I interpret an article about light being slowed and compressed?
I didn't take the fact about the image being recontructed from 1 photon for serious. But I wasn't sure about the light being slowed - and if it's slowed, than how and why.
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comment How should I interpret an article about light being slowed and compressed?
For those who have no idea what's BEC (like me), here's a Wikipedia article. Sounds like sci-fi though.
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asked How should I interpret an article about light being slowed and compressed?
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comment Does potential energy in gravitationall field increase mass?
Unfortunately, I used very lame arguments and equations in my question. This is because I'm not a physicist. I did my best, I swear.
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comment What has $E = mc^2$ to do with nuclear powerplants?
I did my best not to get offended. But still I don't think you should consider funny, that I don't know the answer to my question - I'm doing my bes to ask questions in a smart and useful way. But I can't predict the answers to ask questions with no mistakes in them.
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asked Does potential energy in gravitationall field increase mass?
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comment What has $E = mc^2$ to do with nuclear powerplants?
This is a very good answer, thank you. I've totally forgotten about the weight of energy. Also thank you for showing me how to write chemical equations with MathJax.
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accepted What has $E = mc^2$ to do with nuclear powerplants?
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comment Why increase pressure to go from liquid to steam?
Well, I pretty much used the common sense to answer. I may be even wrong - make sure you ask your teacher and correct me in such case. Anyway, I think with enormous pressure, the power of friction must be taken into account.
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answered Why increase pressure to go from liquid to steam?
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asked What has $E = mc^2$ to do with nuclear powerplants?
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comment Why is Helium-3 better than Deuterium
By direct conversion you mean just taking the released electrons and putting them into a cable?
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accepted Why is Helium-3 better than Deuterium