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Feb
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comment Is a hard drive heavier when it is full?
@DavidZaslavsky Sorry if I was not clear - I wasn't disagreeing with your conclusion :-)
Feb
7
comment Is a hard drive heavier when it is full?
@DavidZaslavsky of course this is on the assumption that drives work by aligning zeros and ones correspondingly. Not so. Also, if the data is compressed or encrypted, it will have maximal entropy and thus contributions from orientations should/could cancel out.
Feb
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asked What are the “loopholes” in past Bell's theorem experiments?
Jan
21
reviewed Reviewed Wave functions for three identical fermions
Jan
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revised Wave functions for three identical fermions
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Jan
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reviewed Reject Does the amount of gravitational potential energy in the universe increase as it expands?
Jan
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reviewed Reviewed Is enthalpy defined under non-isobaric conditions?
Jan
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revised Is enthalpy defined under non-isobaric conditions?
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Jan
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awarded  Outspoken
Jan
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reviewed Reject Orthogonality of modes
Jan
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reviewed Close Spectral radiance unit conversion
Jan
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revised LHC Big Bang Temperatures
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revised How far are constellations recognizable?
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revised If there was no Earth, what would be the acceleration of gravity from here from the Sun?
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Jan
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revised How can you have a negative voltage?
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revised How can you have a negative voltage?
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revised Why do people rule out local hidden variables?
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revised Why do people rule out local hidden variables?
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revised Why do people rule out local hidden variables?
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