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Programmer, Algorithmicist, Programming Languagcist, Pythonist, C++icist, Photographer, Boardgamer.


Sep
11
awarded  Scholar
Sep
11
awarded  Supporter
Sep
11
accepted How fast must a torus spin to have a felt gravity?
Sep
11
comment How fast must a torus spin to have a felt gravity?
Great. So about 100m/s ie. 360kmh. Hrm, sounds doable ;-) That is a lot slower then the ISS is traveling around the earth anyway (7.7 km/s?), isn't it?
Sep
11
comment How fast must a torus spin to have a felt gravity?
Now that I read the question myself, it looks like am asking a homework question. But no, I am just curious on how fast would DS9 have to spin to make one feel like normal gravity, without the means of creating artificial gravity.
Sep
11
asked How fast must a torus spin to have a felt gravity?
Mar
5
revised How much money does an unused but plugged-in cellphone-charger waste in a year, if its not getting warm?
better question title
Mar
5
comment How much money does an unused but plugged-in cellphone-charger waste in a year, if its not getting warm?
@MichaelBrown See? That's Why. ;-)
Mar
5
comment How much money does an unused but plugged-in cellphone-charger waste in a year, if its not getting warm?
@MichaelBrown Usually I can only calculate with bits, bytes, apples and bananas. But in this case I can handle €. :-) -- but kW and J elude me completely.
Mar
5
awarded  Student
Mar
5
awarded  Editor
Mar
5
revised How much money does an unused but plugged-in cellphone-charger waste in a year, if its not getting warm?
corrected °C, because it should _not_ be warm to the touch
Mar
5
awarded  Autobiographer
Mar
5
asked How much money does an unused but plugged-in cellphone-charger waste in a year, if its not getting warm?