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revised Units in Plasma Physics
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revised Why railroad tracks seem to converge?
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comment Why isn't time just a function of the speed of light being finite
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comment Conservation Laws and Symmtery
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revised Optical fibre numerical problems
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revised River Boat Problem with a Twist
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revised Need reference on the minimum moment of inertia
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revised Horizontal and vertical acceleration of a ball on a slope?
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revised What is the maximum level of heat that can be reached?
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revised What will happen if all the population all over the world jumped together at the same time in sea?
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revised Was Leverrier-Adams prediction of Neptune a lucky coincidence?
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revised Theoretical physics
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revised Without using rotational mechanics, why does a gyroscope precess the direction it does?
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revised Finding canonical transformation using type 3 generating function
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revised What is the relationship between entropy and work?
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revised Can 4 collinear planets exist?
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revised Vector potential in gauge transformation
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revised Null geodesic equation with affine parameters
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comment Why isn't angular velocity the moment of velocity if angular momentum is moment of momentum?
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comment What is special about quantum entanglement?
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