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I'm currently a student of physics at the University of Heidelberg.

My interests lie in theoretical physics of all kinds, and currently I am most fluent in gauge theory. I'm particularly interested in most forms of QFT.

My profile picture is obviously not of me, but if you know where it is from, you're awesome.

Having all the answers just means that you've been asking boring questions.

"The more we learn about the world, and the deeper our learning, the more conscious, specific, and articulate will be our knowledge of what we do not know, our knowledge of our ignorance." ~ Karl Popper

"Rigor cleans the window through which intuition shines." ~ Ellis D. Cooper


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revised Black hole “no hair” theorem
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reviewed Close Are Lockheed Martin nuclear fusion claims realistic?
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comment When will you face the facts from 1911?
This question appears to be off-topic.
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revised How do we measure the local distribution function of electrons in a metal?
Fixes; retag
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reviewed Close Calculating the induced emf without knowing the change in magnetic flux
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reviewed Close Does entropy increases due to gravity?
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reviewed Close Question about a spring-mass-damper
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comment The classical hydrogen atom
Have you also calculated the centripetal force that would be required to stay on an orbit with the Bohr radius? Does it match with the Coulomb force? If not, you can throw this whole analysis away without further thought.
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revised Liouville's theorem and preservation of topology
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comment What's the symbol for the antiparticle of the delta plus baryon?
Why on earth would an answer to this question be worth a bounty? There's no knowledge to be gained here, it's just about more or less arbitrary notation that doesn't even carry semantics.
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comment How can randomness exist?
I think they are, and there are others that would fit the bill, e.g. this one. Cause and effect are not physical terms, and your question about the nuclear decay is essentially the question whether we can deterministically predict the result of a measurement.
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comment How can randomness exist?
possible duplicate of Is the universe fundamentally deterministic?
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comment Explanation for negative specific heat capacities in stars?
It seems to me that the Wikipedia section you link to actually answers your question. Perhaps you could tell us what does not satisfy you about the explanation there?
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comment Why does gravity enact force?
Do you have a definition of mass other than "that which quantifies how objects move under gravity"? (If you answer something with inertia, be aware that though there's no demonstrated difference between inertial and gravitational mass, there's also no reason to believe there should(n't) be)
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reviewed Looks OK how can we apply the formula p=VI in power transmission lines?
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revised Gravity - Force or Result?
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reviewed Leave Closed Differential equation of a Green function for a dielectric with a charge
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reviewed Leave Open Gravity - Force or Result?
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reviewed Close Density distribution of black hole while cycling energy?
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answered Gravity - Force or Result?