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revised Einstein Equation at the Singularity. Understanding the Dr. Michio Kaku's explanation
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revised Einstein Equation at the Singularity. Understanding the Dr. Michio Kaku's explanation
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5
revised Einstein Equation at the Singularity. Understanding the Dr. Michio Kaku's explanation
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Nov
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Nov
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Nov
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Nov
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revised Why does aperture size affect depth of field in photography?
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3
revised Why does aperture size affect depth of field in photography?
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Nov
3
answered Does antimatter curve spacetime in the opposite direction as matter?
Nov
3
revised Since when were Loop Quantum Gravity (LQG) and Einstein-Cartan (EC) theories experimentally proven?
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Nov
3
answered Einstein Equation at the Singularity. Understanding the Dr. Michio Kaku's explanation
Nov
2
awarded  Yearling
Nov
1
reviewed Close Is this pseudo science or real: code found in superstring
Nov
1
reviewed Leave Open Non-zero charge density due to Lorentz contraction in current carrying wires
Nov
1
reviewed Leave Open Why is electric flux through any closed surface $q/\epsilon_0$?
Nov
1
reviewed Leave Open Will a moving neutron produce a magnetic field around it?
Oct
23
awarded  Notable Question
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9
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Aug
21
accepted How is the double slit experiment modeled in contemporary physical theories?
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21
comment How is the double slit experiment modeled in contemporary physical theories?
Wow - this is exactly the kind of answer I wanted. Thanks.