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comment absolute defintion of the right (i. e. not left) direction
Now, three years later, I think of the magnetic field as a 2-form and its potential to be the connection coefficient in the gauge covariant derivative. It is incredible how the view on those things can change!
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answered How would I find the velocity of an object after it doesn't fully enter the gravitational pull of a planet and is kind sling shot out of its gravity?
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comment How would I find the velocity of an object after it doesn't fully enter the gravitational pull of a planet and is kind sling shot out of its gravity?
I have updated the tags on this question as “mathematical physics” is quite a different beast :-).
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reviewed Approve Mixing of quarks, neutrinos… and leptons?
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comment Force of Electrostatic Attraction between 2 rings
What is the relative orientation of the two rings? Are the parallel and on the same axis (like Helmholtz coil pair)? Or do they rather have an arbitrary relation to each other?
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revised Uncoupled and coupled bases for electrons in hydrogen atom?
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reviewed Approve Uncoupled and coupled bases for electrons in hydrogen atom?
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answered How to find the force of a magnetic field, resolving the components?
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reviewed Approve Does an electromagnetic wave necessarily contain many photons?
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comment Unified Theories
Indeed, the leaps in technology lately have been made with condensed matter physics. I think that field and computational methods for nuclear physics are what will give tangible products eventually. High energy physics is probably without an application in the short or medium term.
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answered Unified Theories
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reviewed Reviewed Does density of air decrease or increase with altitude and relation of this with temperature?
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reviewed Reviewed Is it possible for dark energy density be decreasing?
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comment Bent capillary tube
I would think that the capillary effect is independent of the gravity. It can defy gravity. If you bend the tube downwards again, more of the tube will be filled as the gravity helps. The water will probably not drop out on the bottom as the surface tension will keep it there. Perpetual motion is probably forbidden by thermodynamics.