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If you are (a) angry and (b) reading this. Then you taking yourself too damn seriously. Chill out!


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awarded  Good Question
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Enlightened
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awarded  Nice Answer
Feb
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awarded  quantum-mechanics
Feb
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comment What is the difference between a bit and a qubit?
@MattCube, can I ask you... Do you have any familiarity at all with complex numbers? $\qquad\qquad\qquad$ How much is $(5+i3)\cdot 3e^{i\frac\pi4}$ ?
Feb
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answered What is the difference between a bit and a qubit?
Feb
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answered What are the effects of increased mass on persons traveling at near light speed?
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awarded  Good Answer
Feb
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comment What physical evidence is there that subatomic particles pop in and out of existence?
Sorry. I just cant stop myself from mentioning T.Hanks.
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awarded  Nice Answer
Feb
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answered What physical evidence is there that subatomic particles pop in and out of existence?
Jan
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comment What is the status of Mpemba effect investigations?
sorry, I meant "heat capacity" -- not "specific heat". It is $\sim T\partial S / \partial T$, right? Would you agree, that according to your own plot, it is different for heating and cooling?
Jan
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comment What is the status of Mpemba effect investigations?
Interesting. But that would mean some hysteresis behavior in water specific heat, wouldn't it?
Jan
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comment Why do we need spontaneous symmetry breaking in Lagrangian formalism?
@Dee, also you might want to consider the fact that no one here is obliged to answer to you. (And that I have a PhD in theoretical particle physics)...
Jan
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comment Why do we need spontaneous symmetry breaking in Lagrangian formalism?
@Dee Let me write that one more time. You do not understand how to use this site. You should read about it and follow the basics of local etiquette. One of those being "comments are for comments -- not for full-page follow-ups".
Dec
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comment Why do we need spontaneous symmetry breaking in Lagrangian formalism?
@Dee. Again. You can't have a "discussion in comments" on this site. Ask another question. (And downvoting me wont help, BTW.)
Dec
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comment Why do we need spontaneous symmetry breaking in Lagrangian formalism?
No, @Dee, stackexchange doesn't work like that. It's not a discussion forum. There's no chit-chat. Please, take the tour: stackoverflow.com/tour And next time put more effort in the question -- not in the comments on an answer.
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answered Why do we need spontaneous symmetry breaking in Lagrangian formalism?
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