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Jan
12
comment Intensity of light
What do you mean by "generate more power"?
Jan
12
reviewed No Action Needed What are the consequences of relativistic angular velocities?
Jan
12
accepted What is the “foamy space” hypothesis that has been debunked recently?
Jan
12
reviewed Reviewed How does the position of lift affect the stability of the lifted object?
Jan
12
awarded  Guru
Jan
11
comment What happens when you heat vodka in a microwave?
As a side note, salted water does not boil at the same temperature anyways.
Jan
11
comment Effect on mass of Earth if it stops revolving around Sun
I've tried to fix the English of this question, but could use some input from the author.
Jan
11
revised Effect on mass of Earth if it stops revolving around Sun
deleted 13 characters in body; edited title
Jan
11
comment What is the “foamy space” hypothesis that has been debunked recently?
@Dilaton I believe you, but tags must be useful for people looking for this page: since the article talks about interpretations, the tags should follow, as to help people reading the article find this page, quantum-gravity could stay, as well.
Jan
11
comment What is the “foamy space” hypothesis that has been debunked recently?
The article specifically mentions quantum interpretations, that's why I used it (the experiment may be incorrectly reported, however the question is still about interpretations, imho)
Jan
11
awarded  Nice Question
Jan
11
asked What is the “foamy space” hypothesis that has been debunked recently?
Jan
10
comment Are probability-preserving variations of QT with respect to the Born rule mathematically possible?
If you take a rule and you replace it with something not equivalent by definition you won't get the same result. One can simply multiply all probability distribution by some normalised function and obtain something that makes different predictions... wrong ones. :-)
Jan
10
comment What happens when you heat vodka in a microwave?
@PaulJ.Gans actually that's incorrect, ethanol boils at 78.37... if you click on the value it will take you to chemistry.SE where someone actually calculated that for us.
Jan
9
comment Does photon possesses no time to cover any arbitrary distance?
You can't talk about SR without specifying reference frames. Times and distances are different in different frames - that's the whole point of SR...
Jan
9
comment What happens when you heat vodka in a microwave?
I assume you mean alcohol and not vodka above. Considering it's a real mixture, and the two components are not separated, I do not think it's even possible that one boils but not the other.
Jan
9
comment What happens when you heat vodka in a microwave?
The results need to be reproduced by independent parties. Ergo, you must have a party.
Jan
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revised What happens when you heat vodka in a microwave?
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Jan
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answered What happens when you heat vodka in a microwave?
Jan
9
comment Apparent paradox in equation of continuity
@KaziarafatAhmed What do you mean? I've shown that at every position the equation of continuity is respected. You seem to think that $V_0$ should be for some reason the same as $V_1$, but that's simply a wrong assumption.