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1923
bio website Sachin.at
location India
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Geek, Gamer, Student, Android Developer, Arduino Ninja, Computer Scientist & Entrepreneur

I mostly live in the Sci-Fi, Gaming & Cartoon world, but -- at night -- I secretly masquerade as someone who pretends to know Android, Arduino, Linux, Java & jQuery.

Also, I am "truely" in love with a beautiful girl too...

My Fav TV Series: Doctor Who, Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., The Originals, Star Trek: Enterprise, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Voyager, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Justice League: Unlimited, The Vampire Diaries

My Fav MMO Games: Planetside 2, Warframe, Star Trek Online, Eve Online, AirMech, Boom Beach, Clash of Clans


Sep
1
comment Is it possible to build a huge spaceship like the one of of Star Trek or Prometheus?
Even in Star Trek, they build Starships in space. Just take components or 3D printers from Earth to Space and start building..
Jul
19
accepted If the universe didn't expand faster than light, would our nights brighter like day?
Jul
11
comment Why can't I evaporate water without wind, just heat? (not boiling,evaporating!) Or can I?
Put water in Vacuum and it'll evaporate without even heat.
Jul
9
revised Double slit experiment from first principles of QM
edited title
Jul
5
accepted What's the advantage of NASA's flying saucer over traditional aerodynamic models?
Jul
5
comment What's the advantage of NASA's flying saucer over traditional aerodynamic models?
Wasn't the similar thing used in Curiosity (during atmosphere reentry)? Why the buzz then?
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
30
comment List of experimental band gap
Have you Googled it?
Jun
25
revised Would infinite time elapse relative to an outside observer if an object was completely at rest?
[Edit removed during grace period]
Jun
16
comment Can a charged particle pass through a superconductor?
Superconductors can conduct electricity meaning electron (a charged particle) is being passed.
Jun
16
comment Time dilation at the Big Bang
At the time of Big Bang Spacetime was compact too. Don't compare it with Black Holes..
Jun
11
comment Where did the energy of the charge go?
Explain negative and positive energy...
Jun
10
revised Sun revolves around the Earth
added 1 character in body
Jun
10
revised Sun revolves around the Earth
added 2 characters in body; edited title
Jun
9
comment Can internet speed be faster than speed of light?
Plain simple, No.
Jun
3
answered Normal reaction - force without acceleration
Jun
3
comment What's the advantage of NASA's flying saucer over traditional aerodynamic models?
Curiosity atmospheric reentry shell offered the similar drag too. Then, why sacrifice aerodynamic benefits in Earth atmosphere?
Jun
3
comment What's the advantage of NASA's flying saucer over traditional aerodynamic models?
Higher the air drag better doesn’t look compatible with Mars has thinner atmosphere.
Jun
3
asked What's the advantage of NASA's flying saucer over traditional aerodynamic models?
Jun
2
comment Why can x-rays pass and not radio waves?
@ChrisWhite Doesn't free electron density depend on type of material?