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Mar
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asked Is super-position actually an elementary-particle's third state?
Feb
23
awarded  Commentator
Feb
23
comment Question about relative speeds on a different “scales of perception”
So this means, "proton-sized-people" would describe the universe quite differently? Or would all their observed/calculated intrinsic (of the universe) constants be just proportionaly scaled (and thus equal) to our observed/calculated constants?
Feb
22
comment Question about relative speeds on a different “scales of perception”
Thanks for all the answers.
Feb
22
accepted Question about relative speeds on a different “scales of perception”
Feb
22
asked Question about relative speeds on a different “scales of perception”
Jan
3
asked General relativity && quantum mechanics “incompatibillity”
Sep
12
asked Can physics (ever) explain intrinsic properties of nature?
Jul
25
accepted Would a sea level rise (on the other side of the Earth) if you would dip your finger into the ocean?
Jul
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asked Would a sea level rise (on the other side of the Earth) if you would dip your finger into the ocean?
May
9
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
27
comment Are there any practical applications of the uncertainty principle
Can a probability of a basketball "tunneling" through a wall ever reach exactly 0? If not, does this mean: The Moon can "tunnel" through the Earth (with insanely small probability)?
Jan
30
comment What is stopping us from stick building a space station?
"What is stopping us?" Idiots who rule the world...
Jan
17
comment Why is the universe so organized?
+1 for "3. Time".
Nov
22
comment Projectile motion equations @ very (!) high starting velocity
Thx both of you for your comments! I know air resistance has a huge influence on a trajectory, but in my (specific) case (-> computer game) it can be neglected. Anyways, thx again! :-)
Nov
21
awarded  Editor
Nov
21
revised Projectile motion equations @ very (!) high starting velocity
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Nov
21
asked Projectile motion equations @ very (!) high starting velocity
Oct
5
awarded  Student
Oct
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comment Would you feel weightless if falling or flying up in a vacuum?
Emm, but gravity is not a real-force, right ? "Force of gravity" is just a direct consequence of space-time curvature because of the existing mass? So isn't this (!) the real cause you feel weightless (in a vacuum)?