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Apr
20
answered How much work do I need to convert 300ml of water from 25°C to 3°C?
Apr
13
answered Series of parallel thermal resistance connection for this enclosure?
Apr
12
comment Is fuelless aviation possible?
The more specific you make your question, the better the answers you are likely to get. No, you can't fly solely on gravity because it pulls down. Both answers (and the link you give) are using buoyancy to counteract gravity.
Apr
11
answered I were to travel to the other side of the world then is this logic possible? If no, why?
Apr
11
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Apr
11
answered Is fuelless aviation possible?
Apr
10
answered What does it mean to “contract” a tensor identity?
Apr
9
answered Calculating average energy stored in Li-Po battery
Apr
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comment Why does the bathroom become hot after a bath?
If the drops were already water, moving them to the walls won't generate any heat. True, if you cause vapor that was in the bath to condense you will. I don't see why shower water would cause this.
Apr
4
answered How can anti-matter annihilate matter?
Apr
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revised Do batteries provide electrons
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answered Do batteries provide electrons
Mar
17
answered Will heating water vapor induce equilibrium?
Mar
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answered Can energy bend space?
Feb
25
answered Neutrino Reaction: Is the Following Reaction Allowed?
Feb
25
comment Paradox in electrostatics in relation to Gaussian surfaces?
You are claiming that if your first holds true there is no flux out the non-common faces because the total flux is zero. Logically, that is correct, as a false antecedent makes an implication true. I don't think that is useful. Then we know the flux integrated over a sphere is proportional to the charge within it. If the flux through the other five faces were zero, the flux through the common face would reflect the charge inside the cube, but it isn't so you can't make that argument.
Feb
25
answered Paradox in electrostatics in relation to Gaussian surfaces?
Feb
25
comment Is possible carry light using a rectangular mirroned tube?
There are several vague ideas linked together in this question. Certainly one can make a rectangular box with mirrored walls which will transmit light. Why one would want to do this for a telescope is speculation. Why calculus has anything to do with it is hard to figure. Vote to close as unclear what you are asking.
Feb
23
comment Instead of a dynamo-meter, why can't we use $\tau=I\alpha$ to determine the power of a rotating shaft?
The MOI of the shaft will remain the same, but there might be coils attached that are spinning as well. Computing their MOI may be hard. Whether or not the motor attains steady state before something falls apart depends on the motor and setup. Yes, you can measure acceleration during that period. I didn't say it cannot be done, I suggested some practical difficulties that I think will mean the data is not as accurate as with a dynamometer. In some cases yours will be a good approach.