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Jan
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comment What evidence exists for string theory viability?
@igael then you can offer a bounty for that
Jan
28
comment What evidence exists for string theory viability?
@igael I don't understand your comment. If you have a better answer, post it.
Jan
13
comment How is the double slit experiment modeled in contemporary physical theories?
Thanks, but this is not what I asked. I was already familiar on how to model this experiment with classical QM, as I stated in the question.
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Oct
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comment What really allows airplanes to fly?
@MarkFoskey the other answers here go into much more detail regarding how the various force components work.
Oct
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Oct
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comment What really allows airplanes to fly?
@MarkFoskey as far as I can tell, Bernoulli is not a major part of the net forces on the wings.
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Mar
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comment How can it be that the beginning universe had a high temperature and a low entropy at the same time?
I agree, what I meant is that you should probably distinguish between what is obvious to you or a competent physicist and what is obvious to the masses. You are not giving enough context in the sentence to disambiguate. From a physical standpoint your explanation does make it obvious, but your explanation is not theirs.
Mar
25
comment How can it be that the beginning universe had a high temperature and a low entropy at the same time?
@RonMaimon "Davies's explanation is obviously correct", the idea might be correct, but it's not "obviously" so, since by definition if it were obviously correct people would simply agree with it. I know you probably meant "obviously to me", but it reads like "obviously for anyone".
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revised How can it be that the beginning universe had a high temperature and a low entropy at the same time?
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Jan
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comment Tesla's theory of gravity
@Skyler a theory which assumes an aether after it's been experimentally disproven is very different: it's experimentally wrong. :-)