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Feb
19
comment Are there still 'everyday' phenomena unexplained by Physics?
But the repeated predictions work for turbulent flow. We can calculate it. We know how to do it. That it is incredibly complex because there are so many interactions is self evident.
Feb
19
comment Are there still 'everyday' phenomena unexplained by Physics?
Surely many of these can be explained, but the challenge is simply that computation is complex.
Feb
18
answered Why isn't average speed equal to displacement over time?
Feb
15
revised Why does the presence of a battery change whether a circuit is in parallel or series?
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Feb
15
answered Why does the presence of a battery change whether a circuit is in parallel or series?
Feb
15
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Feb
15
reviewed Reviewed Having difficulties finding objects with Celestron Telescope
Feb
14
answered comparing torque and 0-60 speed in cars
Jan
31
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Jan
28
revised What is the mass distribution within the sun?
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Jan
28
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Jan
23
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Jan
23
revised Do we really know which slit the photon passed through in Afshar's experiment?
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Jan
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Jan
14
comment What causes an aircraft to roll when rudder is applied
The primary cause of yaw induced roll is the differential in lift produced by the two wingtips travelling at different speeds. Certainly, you get a lot of other effects and secondary effects, but wing sweep is only a small factor.
Jan
12
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Jan
8
comment Estimating drag due to wind - ribbon-shaped sail
Remember jet stream winds can be over 50m/s, and they are unpredictable in their route. Admittedly the strongest ones are closer to the pole, but be aware of loops of high altitude (>30000m), high speed winds in any calculation.
Jan
7
comment Ideal distance of eye from a lens
This will depend entirely on combination of the lenses used and their focal length, and quite possibly on whether you care about the image being upright or inverted
Jan
3
comment Is it possible that there is a color our human eye can't see?
Ah - yes, Sorry @Bernhard - in re-reading, I agree with you.
Jan
3
comment Is it possible that there is a color our human eye can't see?
The simple proof is that some animals can see in infra-red, and some can see in ultra-violet. This is well understood.