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Jan
8
comment Do people wearing glasses have different field of view than those who don't?
As a much stronger example of the effect from your image, here is a similar shot through my glasses.
Nov
29
awarded  Scholar
Nov
29
accepted Hydrogen vs Antihelium (or vice versa)
Nov
29
comment Hydrogen vs Antihelium (or vice versa)
So, in other words, antideuterium is just one possible outcome, and it's possible (with some statistical probability) that there will be more released energy and less remaining antiparticles? And even if the outcome is right, those remaining antibaryonic particles may not form an anti-atom?
Nov
27
awarded  Student
Nov
27
asked Hydrogen vs Antihelium (or vice versa)
Jul
20
asked Heat transference in my lunch
Sep
8
comment What happens if someone travelling just under the speed of light makes a telephone call?
"Can I suggest a modification to your experiment that gets round this problem?" Evil pun!
Aug
22
comment Can a human size object move so fast that it ceases to be observable?
Aren't they both ways to reduce the amount of light coming in? I don't know much about Photography, just trying to infer from what Wikipedia said on them.
Aug
22
comment Can a human size object move so fast that it ceases to be observable?
This is a good analogy, but the ND filter is equivalent to squinting. If you squint, it's much easier for something to "disappear" from vision, but that doesn't make it invisible.
Aug
22
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Aug
13
comment Is interstellar flight possible in near future in a way that would keep our civilization alive?
@laovultai - Try space.SE
Aug
12
awarded  Commentator
Aug
11
comment Is interstellar flight possible in near future in a way that would keep our civilization alive?
Related: physics.stackexchange.com/q/128897/28030
Aug
1
comment Is it possible to shield a camera so as to record from the inside of a running microwave oven?
@Qubei - Ah, good point.
Jul
31
comment Is it possible to shield a camera so as to record from the inside of a running microwave oven?
@Qubei - I think it's only invisible to microwaves, not visible light. They're still working on that one.
Jul
30
comment How much red, blue and green does white light have?
@DavidHammen - I love that one. When you put your finger over 90% of the center, and then shift it slightly so that it covers the whole center and then not, you can almost watch your eyes reevaluating the colors in regards to each other. Or at least I can...
May
28
comment Can a magnet damage a compass?
+1 for catching yourself before repeating it to your son.
May
6
comment Two suns, one moon, and one planet?
Very nice, easy-to-picture answer. However, I think you got the suns backwards in the "If it's the right time in the long year" paragraph.
Aug
8
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