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Jan
25
comment Finding the velocity of a particle
Possible duplicate of Relativistic speed/energy relation. Is this correct?
Jan
25
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Nov
7
comment Why are simulated qubits less effective?
Simple answer: because we do, there is a dozens of dozens of quantum architecture and algorithms simulation.
Nov
7
revised Explanation to the flow of charge
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Nov
7
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Oct
31
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Oct
19
comment Is there $\frac{1}{f^{0.5}}$ noise?
And what you mean by "exist" in this case? You can generate $1/f^3$ noise, but everything with exponent larger than 2 is named "black noise" and defined almost as a silence (with zero power density with a few random spikes allowed).
Oct
5
comment How do I found the Kinetic Energy of a mass being lifted?
May you be talking about the potential energy instead? Then it will have some sense.
Sep
28
revised Speed of light violation?
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Sep
28
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Sep
15
revised Does laser beam expand along distance or not?
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Sep
15
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Jul
18
comment Naked singularity: how would it behave?
Related: Rotating black holes and naked singularity
Jul
13
revised Forces and the light
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Jul
13
comment Forces and the light
The actual Newton's first law is $\mathbf{F} = \frac{\mathrm{d}\mathbf{p}}{\mathrm{d}t}$. Thus any you further questions and ideas are completely meaningless.
Jul
13
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Jul
1
revised Raychauduri equation for Milne universe
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Jul
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Jun
29
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Jun
29
comment Why do atomic clocks only use caesium?
@EmilioPisanty That's a nice question, but otherwise than "it's stable, it's ubiquitous, it's historical" I can't found any nice explanation on this.