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accepted Why is the Lane-Emden equation written the way it is as opposed to some other typical form?
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awarded  Commentator
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comment Why is the Lane-Emden equation written the way it is as opposed to some other typical form?
Familiarity (and consistency) is a pretty common reason to keep certain notations and formulations, so I wasn't surprised that this was the case here as well.
Dec
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comment Why is the Lane-Emden equation written the way it is as opposed to some other typical form?
@Danu: Well, there's my problem! I avoid differential equations, preferring to stick to other branches of math... :P
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awarded  Yearling
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asked Why is the Lane-Emden equation written the way it is as opposed to some other typical form?
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awarded  Citizen Patrol
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awarded  Caucus
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awarded  Constituent
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awarded  Notable Question
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awarded  Nice Question
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accepted What would be the effects on theoretical physics if neutrinos go faster than light?
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comment What would be the effects on theoretical physics if neutrinos go faster than light?
@Joel: They ran the experiment for 3 years and poured over the data for the last six months.
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awarded  Popular Question
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comment What would be the effects on theoretical physics if neutrinos go faster than light?
@David: No, I don't mind. :)
Sep
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comment What would be the effects on theoretical physics if neutrinos go faster than light?
This doesn't answer the question. I'm not asking about whether it's possible/true, that's what the other question is for. I just want to know the potential implications if this turned out to be real.
Sep
22
comment What would be the effects on theoretical physics if neutrinos go faster than light?
Yeah, this is like Einstein's Theories replacing Newtonian gravity; the layperson won't be affected. But what are the specific (potential) effects on theories and such of this?
Sep
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asked What would be the effects on theoretical physics if neutrinos go faster than light?
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