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Physics student. Loves TeX! Loves Tikz!


Dec
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awarded  Enlightened
Dec
15
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
22
awarded  Autobiographer
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12
awarded  Yearling
Mar
13
accepted Can a system that holds information about it's past ever be Markovian?
Mar
11
comment Can a system that holds information about it's past ever be Markovian?
I guess what I'm asking is this: are the restrictions for an evolving system to be Markovian laid mainly on the system or on the state-to-state transition rules? And why the one or the other? Perhaps this is too axiomatic to be questioned even, in which case that would be an answer too.
Mar
11
asked Can a system that holds information about it's past ever be Markovian?
Jun
16
accepted Do color-neutral gluons exist?
Jun
14
comment Field created by varying Gravitational field
In elektromagnetism there are intrinsic reasons that cause one field to generate the other. Yet, as far as I know, there's no symmetry in gravity that implies another field to be generated.
Jun
13
comment Do color-neutral gluons exist?
ok, so a $u_b$ can turn into a $u_{\overline{b}}$ by emitting a $g_{b\overline{b}}$, with no problem at all?
Jun
12
comment IRIS alternative on mac?
haha, ab bit late, but hey.. if it works it works!
Jun
12
awarded  Scholar
Jun
12
accepted IRIS alternative on mac?
Jun
12
asked Do color-neutral gluons exist?
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7
awarded  Editor
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awarded  Critic
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comment IRIS alternative on mac?
yes, virtualbox does the job.. answer it and I'll commit!
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awarded  Teacher
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awarded  Supporter
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14
comment Doppler effect of sound waves
The typical example of an ambulance chasing by, where you can here the tone change of it's sirene.