Reputation
3,948
Next privilege 5,000 Rep.
Approve tag wiki edits
Badges
3 15 32
Newest
 Yearling
Impact
~155k people reached

Apr
27
comment Are units of angle really dimensionless?
Maybe another example: radius and circumference are both in unit meter. It does not make sense to add them.
Apr
12
reviewed Edit Electric field of a finite, conducting plate
Apr
12
revised Electric field of a finite, conducting plate
Fixed grammar and improved formatting
Apr
12
reviewed Approve A point between two charges has an electric potential of zero, but a charge placed at this point will gain kinetic energy. Why?
Mar
21
revised Why do rain waves form and what is their connection to the texture of the surface they're on?
added 2 characters in body
Mar
8
comment Forces causing capillary rise
I don't like the laziness in not typing out your notes.
Feb
9
revised Relating Poyntings theorem to Lenz and Faraday's law?
edited body; edited title
Jan
31
revised How to estimate the Kolmogorov length scale
added 1 character in body
Jan
28
reviewed Edit How to determine the transmission coefficient of a gaussian wave packet scattering on an finite square well?
Jan
28
revised How to determine the transmission coefficient of a gaussian wave packet scattering on an finite square well?
added 7 characters in body
Jan
28
reviewed Edit Why the force acting on a particle is the negative gradient of a scalar potential?
Jan
28
revised Why the force acting on a particle is the negative gradient of a scalar potential?
edited body
Jan
24
revised How does the cross section of a stream of falling water decrease
Added link to wiki with additional information
Jan
24
reviewed Reject Triplet paradox
Jan
24
comment Prove that time for planet to fall into the Sun equals $\left( \frac { 1 }{ 4\sqrt { 2 } } \right)$ of the planet's period
@innisfree That the question is creative does not mean that it should not be closed. Furthermore, it has no real physical relevance anyhow.
Jan
23
comment How does the cross section of a stream of falling water decrease
Your answer does not address which force in responsible for the contraction. You only prove that continuity is satisfied, but that is not really what is asked here.
Jan
23
comment How does the cross section of a stream of falling water decrease
Your answer does not address which force is responsible for the contraction.
Jan
23
comment Why do icebergs move perpendicular to the wind?
Interesting, it may be worth to be more specific in your question about the part you don't understand. Otherwise you will just get a summary of the wiki page as an answer, which probably doesnt help you.
Jan
23
comment Why do icebergs move perpendicular to the wind?
Do you have a source about the icebergs moving perpendicular to the wind?
Jan
22
reviewed Approve Functions and Length Scales