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Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
28
awarded  Good Answer
Aug
22
comment How far into space does one have to travel to see the entire face of earth?
J.Money - please be polite, and then re-read the question. Between Pearson and me, we cover the two interpretations.
Aug
22
comment How far into space does one have to travel to see the entire face of earth?
The Earth's radius
Aug
4
reviewed Reviewed Why do some pressure cookers initially leak
Jul
22
answered Does gravity stack?
Jul
7
awarded  Good Question
Jul
7
accepted How do whisky stones keep your drink cold?
May
23
awarded  Custodian
May
23
reviewed No Action Needed How does tempered glass work?
May
16
comment Magnetic hot air balloon
Your updates still don't help. There is no way you can get the density below that of space. The rest of the items in there are all down to whatever device you use to heat the plasma, strength of field etc. so you can't even calculate how high it may be able to get to unless you make a large amount of assumptions.
Mar
12
awarded  Yearling
Feb
19
answered Breaking two ropes. What can be said about the tensions?
Feb
17
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Definition of Ohm in SI basic units in words
Feb
17
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Momentum representation of a state
Feb
2
comment Why am I not burned by a strong wind?
minor nitpick - 120mph winds are unlikely to pick up an adult. They are hard to walk in, but a constant 120mph wind is okay. Gusts, tornadoes etc are a whole different kettle of fish :-)
Jan
24
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Direction of motion
Dec
18
revised How do voltage and voltage drops over a circuit relate to work done?
added 14 characters in body
Oct
28
answered Ways of achieving parallel rays of light?
Oct
8
comment How Galaxy is formed?
How is galaxy formed? They need to do way instain Big Bang - who kill thier galaxeis. because theese galaxy cannot fright back. :-)