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Coder by day, coder by night, dreams, eats and lives for the code. Interests Math,Coding, Physics and anything brainy.


Jul
20
awarded  Autobiographer
Jun
10
accepted What is the acceleration due to Earth's rotational and orbital movements?
Jun
10
asked What is the acceleration due to Earth's rotational and orbital movements?
Jun
9
accepted Non Classical mechanic answer to : length of time a thrown object spends in rest before falling down?
Jun
9
comment Non Classical mechanic answer to : length of time a thrown object spends in rest before falling down?
@MarkEichenlaub : That conclusion is is baseless, By editing my question all it says that with additional data I have refined the question to be a better and more precise question. I couldn't care less about who is answering the question as long as the answer points to the right question to ask, and be it doesnt even have to answer the better question. Understanding of what is needed to be understood is just as important as making it to be understood or even more.
Apr
21
comment How can an object move from point A to point B?
What does belonging to BC era means? Is that suppose to be BA era ( I.e. Before analysis) instead?
Apr
7
awarded  Notable Question
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Dec
30
awarded  Nice Question
Dec
26
accepted What happens when molten metal cools within a strong magnetic field?
Dec
26
reviewed Approve What happens when molten metal cools within a strong magnetic field?
Dec
26
asked What happens when molten metal cools within a strong magnetic field?
Nov
26
comment Is there some special cutoff density after which spacetime “collapses” and forms a black hole?
@Qmechanic : not really that question is about the density of black hole, this question is about density threshold where the space collapses and black hole forms.
Nov
26
comment Is there some special cutoff density after which spacetime “collapses” and forms a black hole?
Thank you Brandon, yes, that is the question I updated the title.
Nov
26
revised Is there some special cutoff density after which spacetime “collapses” and forms a black hole?
edited title
Nov
26
accepted Is there some special cutoff density after which spacetime “collapses” and forms a black hole?
Nov
25
comment Is there some special cutoff density after which spacetime “collapses” and forms a black hole?
my point is at what density, the fabric of space breaks down and at beyond that point only black holes with infinite density can exist? in other words what is the upper limit for density before space break down? What is the value of $x$?
Nov
25
asked Is there some special cutoff density after which spacetime “collapses” and forms a black hole?
Nov
17
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
12
awarded  Popular Question