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Hi, I am undergraduate student in the Department of Physics, Warsaw University. My fields are mathematical, theoretical and numerical physics.


Feb
2
awarded  Curious
Feb
1
comment Describe proton and electron by one wavefunction
@Martin - well, I can try with tensor products.
Feb
1
comment Describe proton and electron by one wavefunction
decoupling nucleus and electron. If I would want to find solution for hydrogen atom in relativistic description, believe me, i have handbooks for that :)
Feb
1
asked Describe proton and electron by one wavefunction
Jan
26
answered Special Relativity - three body problem
Jan
26
asked Special Relativity - three body problem
Jan
19
comment Is it proper to describe electron spin as being similar to light polarity?
If you want we can exchange few mails about field of theoretical physics. I know standard model and quantum field theory a little, but my field of work are quantum computations (in c++). I think i have somewhere in my profile my email adress... :)
Jan
19
answered Is it proper to describe electron spin as being similar to light polarity?
Nov
27
comment Confusion about Length Contraction (ex in Muon decay)
Nah, then flags would move according to us.
Nov
27
awarded  Commentator
Nov
27
comment Confusion about Length Contraction (ex in Muon decay)
In case standing on Earth, we can put flag when muon starts and when muon ends - these flags will be motionless, only muon would move. We could change muon with particle with some structure, here we would observe Lorentz contraction for this structure. But distance between two flags won't change, they are motionless.
Nov
27
comment Confusion about Length Contraction (ex in Muon decay)
In fact, variables in Lorentz transformation are for measured values.
Nov
27
comment Confusion about Length Contraction (ex in Muon decay)
We don't have to - we already know the distance. If it will help, imagine it as already contracted and just measured.
Nov
27
revised Confusion about Length Contraction (ex in Muon decay)
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Nov
27
answered Confusion about Length Contraction (ex in Muon decay)
Nov
27
comment Why is the Carnot engine the most efficient?
I was just about to post the answer ;) congratz of fast explanation.
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Sep
10
awarded  Yearling
Jun
2
answered Creating a atmosphere bubble in space with electromagnetism
Jun
2
comment Lagrangian for a system of particles
Geez, i don't see anything wrong here. Why we can't just answer this question?