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 Nov 30 comment What is the logic behind the Fahrenheit scale? @Brandon Enright: So 0 to 100 - that makes sense. Do you have a reference for this? It is not what is written on wikipedia. Nov 30 revised What is the logic behind the Fahrenheit scale? added 149 characters in body Nov 30 comment What is the logic behind the Fahrenheit scale? This is what is written on Wikipedia. It is not what I am asking. I will make an edit to make my question more clear. Nov 30 asked What is the logic behind the Fahrenheit scale? Nov 30 asked Milky Way Voyeurism Nov 25 comment Is uncertainty principle a technical difficulty in measurement? Here is a non-QM explanation of the uncertainty principle by minutephysics: youtube.com/watch?v=7vc-Uvp3vwg Nov 13 awarded Organizer Nov 11 awarded Notable Question Oct 24 awarded Yearling Oct 15 awarded Citizen Patrol Oct 12 comment How faster is the effect of force exerted by gravity? Quarks and mesons are not the force carriers. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Standard_Model#Gauge_bosons Oct 12 comment How faster is the effect of force exerted by gravity? No not "due to Gravitational force of the Sun" but because of the gravitational force between the Sun and the Earth. Oct 9 answered The Emperor's New Mind or Shadows of the mind? Oct 1 awarded Nice Question Sep 27 comment Vacuum to hold an object A vacuum pump generates vacuum - that is 0 atmospheres. The pressure around you is 1 atmosphere. Sep 26 answered Vacuum to hold an object Sep 26 comment How Was the Speed of Light Discovered? I think you mean Ole Rømer. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ole_Rømer Sep 2 comment When a ball is tossed straight up, does it experience momentary equilibrium at top of its path? @Noobacode: Yes - you got the correct idea now. Aug 1 comment Pressure of sealed in liquid nitrogen I find it a little weird that they use psi on a .nist.gov site. Aug 1 comment Pressure of sealed in liquid nitrogen From where did you get the liquid density?