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Microelectronics Design Engineer, Engineering Grad Student


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revised Is time travel possible? Is it possible to go back in time?
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answered Problems in the modern semiconductor/electronics technology?
Oct
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comment Electrical properties of molten gallium arsenide
Resistivity of Gallium Arsenide is very, very dependent on temperature, since it directly affects the concentration of intrinsic carriers. There are formulas to calculate the carrier concentration at any given temperature for Gallium Arsenide. However, I do not know of any applications of GaAs in liquid state and can not be of help in that issue.
Oct
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comment Why does an armature of a generator rotate?
It is D. Armature of the generator is externally rotated, so that the coil on the armature cuts the magentic field lines of the field winding, generating a current.
Oct
22
comment How does current flow in a irregularly shaped heterogeneous resistor?
Also, in the case of a macroshock, forming the conduction path from one hand to the other will be deadlier than forming the conduction path from a hand to a foot, since the conduction path will not involve heart, and will require a very large amount of current to cause it to go into fibrillation. This is how most people survive lightning strikes.
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answered How does current flow in a irregularly shaped heterogeneous resistor?
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answered If electromagnetic induction generates a potential difference in a loop, where are the “high” and “low” potentials?
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answered Explanation of NMOS processes
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answered In which direction should flow of electric current be taken while solving problems?
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comment Does any particle ever reach any singularity inside the black hole?
This question also bugged my mind and I've also asked the more or less same question, you may want to check the answer to it.
Jan
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comment Can (or How) Anthropic Principle be Made into a Scientific Theory?
Furthermore, for the people who are still confused about the issue, this sentence from wikipedia should help, as it was where I understood I was talking about the wrong thing all along: "As a result, they believe that the fact that the Universe's fundamental constants are within the narrow range thought to allow life is not remarkable."
Jan
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comment Can (or How) Anthropic Principle be Made into a Scientific Theory?
Most of the time, when two people argue, it is because of the difference between their definitions, rather than the actual topic of argument itself. In this case, it was my mistake as I was reminded of another principle a colleague of mine had mentioned about and after reading anthropic principle's definition at Wikipedia I realized I was talking about a whole other issue, that is why I said your definition of A and B was inappropriate. I sincerely apologize for the misunderstanding.
Jan
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comment Can (or How) Anthropic Principle be Made into a Scientific Theory?
Ok, let's consider the A and B in your system. A: Life, B: Suitable constants. I am not defying this. A definitely implies B. What you are saying, though, A implies that B is there FOR A, which is not in the initial suggestion. Logically linking two propositions with an if does not necessarily link them with a for or because of, and there is a reason why there are no such linkers in logic in maths. Also, this argument is pointless beyond belief as anthropic reasoning is not a testable scientific theory by any means because there is no measurement for "intention" in the physical universe.