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Dec
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Dec
7
comment Can a photon survive a collision? If so, is it at rest during the process?
Related: physics.stackexchange.com/q/35177/2451
Dec
7
comment Gauge fields in 2d spacetime
Which text are you reading?
Dec
7
revised Why do electrons couple in atoms?
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Dec
7
reviewed Approve suggested edit on de Broglie relations: calculate wavelength using two different approaches
Dec
7
comment de Broglie relations: calculate wavelength using two different approaches
Possible duplicate: physics.stackexchange.com/q/34214/2451
Dec
7
comment Are modified theories of gravity credible?
Related Astro.SE post: astronomy.stackexchange.com/q/1081/476
Dec
7
comment Does MOND make good predictions?
Related: physics.stackexchange.com/q/6561/2451 and links therein.
Dec
7
revised Did Einstein know about Michelson-Morley experiment?
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Dec
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reviewed Close Simple pendulum and perpetual motion
Dec
7
revised Showing the Poincare invariance of a term
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Dec
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revised Why can we assume independent variables when using Lagrange multipliers in nonholonomic systems?
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Dec
7
answered Why can we assume independent variables when using Lagrange multipliers in nonholonomic systems?
Dec
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comment Question on energy mass conversion
This question (v2) seems spurred by a confusion between rest/invariant mass and relativistic mass. See e.g. this Phys.SE post, and a couple of paragraphs down on this Wikipedia page.
Dec
7
revised Question on energy mass conversion
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Dec
7
revised A simple derivation
It seems the homework tag applies even if it is not actual homework
Dec
7
comment When Venus is the brightest when viewed from Earth?
Would astronomy.stackexchange.com be a better home for this question?
Dec
7
reviewed Close Force on a submerged triangular plate
Dec
7
revised Can eigenstates of a Hilbert space be thought of as delta functions?
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Dec
7
comment Can eigenstates of a Hilbert space be thought of as delta functions?
Related: physics.stackexchange.com/q/64869/2451, physics.stackexchange.com/q/65457/2451 and links therein.