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awarded  Commentator
Jan
30
awarded  Yearling
Mar
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accepted What is the inertial frame that explains the Foucault Pendulum?
Jan
28
comment What is the inertial frame that explains the Foucault Pendulum?
Maybe he got confused when he read "At the latitude of Paris a full precession cycle takes 32 hours" from the Wikipedia article
Jan
27
comment What is the inertial frame that explains the Foucault Pendulum?
I thought it rotated in periods of 32 hours (the sidereal day)
Jan
27
comment What is the inertial frame that explains the Foucault Pendulum?
@JohnRennie What determines the "same plane"? What is this plane referece?
Jan
26
comment What is the inertial frame that explains the Foucault Pendulum?
If the distant stars aren't the inertial frame, why does the Foucault Pendulum rotates? I think it is inertial to something other than the Earth, what is that other thing?
Jan
26
comment What is the inertial frame that explains the Foucault Pendulum?
@Fabian why the center of mass of distant stars are more important than the mass of the Earth? AFAIK The gravitational effects of this small planet over the object are stronger.
Jan
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asked What is the inertial frame that explains the Foucault Pendulum?
Jul
6
awarded  Critic
Jun
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accepted Will the sun cool and produce a disrupting EMP?
Jun
15
asked Will the sun cool and produce a disrupting EMP?
May
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comment Are scientists missing the point with distant cosmic objects, or is it just me?
@Jerry I don't see how your affirmation invalidates mine.
May
26
comment Are scientists missing the point with distant cosmic objects, or is it just me?
and as far as we have measured, no galaxy is moving faster than the speed of light, relative to any other galaxy. Where did you got this strange idea?
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awarded  Scholar
May
19
accepted What really are some distant astronomical bodies that seems like dust clouds?
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awarded  Student
May
18
comment What really are some distant astronomical bodies that seems like dust clouds?
But what illuminates it? It has internal stars, or it just reflects and blocks external stars' light?
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awarded  Supporter
May
18
asked What really are some distant astronomical bodies that seems like dust clouds?