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Aug
30
comment What is the name of the principle saying it is meaningless to talk/ask questions that can not be measured/tested?
Thank you, +1 for taking the time for such a complete answer.
Aug
28
accepted Comparing scales of atomic level objects to scales of everyday size objects
Aug
28
comment Comparing scales of atomic level objects to scales of everyday size objects
@Ron : What is a mechanical procedure? The simul of sunflower Kernel and Footbal Field? can you use the mechanical precudure to give few more examples that fit this the scale of 1:100000 please? thank you
Aug
28
comment Comparing scales of atomic level objects to scales of everyday size objects
@Ron : Numbers are good, but what in real life can be used to convey the ratio of 1:100,000 ? David's sunflower kernel and footbal field helps more to visualisiations than 1:100,000.
Aug
28
asked Comparing scales of atomic level objects to scales of everyday size objects
Aug
10
comment Acceleration of two masses by gravitational force
Timtam, upvoting for noting that this is a dupliacte, if you could include the link that you gave in your comment in your answer that would be greate. Tx
Aug
10
comment Acceleration of two masses by gravitational force
Timtam , can you please rephrase it, I have read it few times and I still don't get it, I also deleted all my previous comments.
Aug
10
comment Acceleration of two masses by gravitational force
What is inertial resistance? Can you please show inertial resistance in the equation that is being used? Thank you
Jun
29
accepted Cases of any known fundamental physical constants changing within our locality?
Jun
27
comment Cases of any known fundamental physical constants changing within our locality?
@Will , yes of course that is the case for Euclidean geomtry but I specificly mentioned "changes with geometry for the same reason", of course within the Eucliean geometry all the constants that have the same numerical value as one of the $\pi$'s can be all represented the same way, but the point is that they might very well be the very special case of many distincts variables converging to same value in case of Euclidean geometry.
Jun
27
comment Cases of any known fundamental physical constants changing within our locality?
@JOHA : in that case that is in contradiction with waht Qmechanic said, as the sum of the angles of a triangle add up to $\pi$, and depending on geometry that value is changing.
Jun
26
comment Cases of any known fundamental physical constants changing within our locality?
that depends on the definition of $\pi$ being used, what definition of $\pi$ makes it constant in all the places that $\pi$ gets used?
Jun
26
asked Cases of any known fundamental physical constants changing within our locality?
Jun
11
comment What is the difference between a neutron and hydrogen?
+1 for a nice simple intresting obsorvation
Jun
11
revised What is the difference between a neutron and hydrogen?
a little more imporvement to understaning
Jun
11
suggested approved edit on What is the difference between a neutron and hydrogen?
Jun
9
comment Are there any differences between photons emited /absorbed by antimatter atoms to photon in usual atoms?
@Georg, @Mark, that is my fault for using negatives in the question "is it impossible to tell the difference?" , I should have used "Is it possible to tell the difference?", Negated questions are a pet hate of mine, as answering them.
Jun
7
accepted Are there any differences between photons emited /absorbed by antimatter atoms to photon in usual atoms?
Jun
7
asked Are there any differences between photons emited /absorbed by antimatter atoms to photon in usual atoms?
May
26
accepted What properties of Germanium make it suitable for Dark Matter detectors?