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accepted What determines whether a mobile will hang in stable or unstable equilibrium?
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revised What determines whether a mobile will hang in stable or unstable equilibrium?
technically i'm helping someone, not working on the mobile myself, if it matters
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asked What determines whether a mobile will hang in stable or unstable equilibrium?
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comment How fair is it to say that all chemistry arises from failures of the ideal gas law?
Right, I don't mean to give a human model priority; just trying to "organize our ignorance" & understand how that model relates to some of our other modeling. If the statement is "only" backwards, then I'd say it's in good shape, since we can turn it around easily enough. Is "arises" problematic? How about: "Chemistry happens where the ideal gas law fails." (Also, I only mean logical implication, not physical causation.)
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asked How fair is it to say that all chemistry arises from failures of the ideal gas law?
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accepted Can a free hydrogen atom constitute ionizing radiation?
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asked Can a free hydrogen atom constitute ionizing radiation?
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comment What, if anything, makes forces the “cause” and acceleration the “effect”?
Fair enough! Reposted (reworded) on Philosophy StackExchange: philosophy.stackexchange.com/questions/622/… Thanks guys. @student, I'll check that out.
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asked What, if anything, makes forces the “cause” and acceleration the “effect”?