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Nov
20
comment Is PHD in Theoretical Physics(Quantum Mechanics) on my own possible?
Einstein got his PhD working on his owm as a patent clerk but of course he was Einstein ;) I think you'd have to be exceptionally bright to even do this full time on your own, never mind while holding down a full time job as well. There's is also the mental climate provided by your colleagues which makes the job easier as well, but which some take for granted.
Nov
20
revised Problems that Lagranges equations of the 1st kind can solve whereas the 2nd kind can't?
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Nov
19
asked Problems that Lagranges equations of the 1st kind can solve whereas the 2nd kind can't?
Nov
17
comment Time, what is it?
@JGWeissman The Amondawa people of Brazil don't have a concept of time as developed as in west, so I would explain to them, using what's available from their culture, the idea of at the same location: 1. Two things happening together, 2. One thing happening after another, 3. One thing happening before another. Having got this, I would show how things happening can be ordered further by assigning a symbol to each happening which is called allocating a point in time. How successful I am depends upon mine and their intellect and how sophisticated their culture is.
Nov
17
comment Time, what is it?
There's a lot of innane jibbering in this answer; couldn't you cut it down a bit?
Nov
16
answered Time, what is it?
Nov
14
accepted Is Einstein's 1916 General Relativity paper a recommended way to start learning about the subject?
Nov
12
accepted Is (0,0,0) an undefined vector?
Nov
11
asked Is (0,0,0) an undefined vector?
Nov
10
comment How many different formulations of QM currently exist?
@lubos is the paper linked in the answer a "mess"?
Nov
10
comment How many different formulations of QM currently exist?
+1 I like this answer, especially with the link to the paper.
Nov
9
comment Non-renormalizable corrections to GUT unification
@ron And how many bogus accounts do you have? I mean, who's competent enough to up vote your question, apart from... Lubos... ah that explains it - and he did generously say "good question" :)
Nov
9
answered Quantum Mechanics Video lectures
Nov
9
comment Non-renormalizable corrections to GUT unification
I wonder if the people up-voting this answer are competent enough to do so, or are merely Lubos groupies? ;)
Nov
6
answered returning to physics research?
Nov
6
comment Definition of “direction”
I doubt everyone knows that, including the OP.
Nov
4
asked Proofs that every professional physicist should know
Nov
4
comment What was meant by the 'ponderomotive force' as understood by Minkowski?
I didn't down vote, but I guess he down voted everything after the first sentence since you might as well say this about electromotive and magnetomotive as well
Nov
4
comment Definition of “direction”
how can you define direction for two points?
Nov
4
answered Definition of “direction”