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Jul
29
reviewed Close Determine the electric field
Jul
29
comment From where comes the raindrop
I would be highly surprised if there is a universal answer. It would depend on the atmospheric conditions, which can be anything.
Jul
29
reviewed No Action Needed Catching/harvesting neutrons
Jul
29
reviewed Close Why was theory of cosmic aether discarded?
Jul
29
reviewed Approve Why are the orbits of planets in the Solar System nearly circular?
Jul
29
reviewed Reject Why does Pluto's orbit cross Neptune's orbit?
Jul
28
reviewed Edit Magnetic moment - magnetic field relation without free currents
Jul
28
revised Magnetic moment - magnetic field relation without free currents
just made the question easily concievable
Jul
28
comment Is this kids experiment a legitimate way to show that air has mass?
@Pkwssis Please repeat the essentials of the experiment in your post, as the link can die at some point, which makes your question pointless. We would like to avoid that.
Jul
28
reviewed Reject Do mirrors increase the amount of light in a room?
Jul
28
reviewed Leave Open Postulate of Quantum Mechanics on Wavefunction collapse
Jul
28
reviewed Edit Why mountain roads are winded up rather than keeping them straight?
Jul
28
revised Why mountain roads are winded up rather than keeping them straight?
added characters
Jul
28
reviewed Approve Why is quantum entanglement considered to be an active link between particles?
Jul
27
reviewed No Action Needed Noise in laboratory sources of gravitational waves
Jul
27
reviewed Close Equation describing the motion of an object attracted to magnet
Jul
27
reviewed Close Why do objects of a given color appear white under light of that color?
Jul
27
reviewed No Action Needed How to calculate the partial entropy in a fully connected ising system
Jul
27
reviewed Reviewed Why do we take the value of the constant in Coulomb's law as $\frac{1}{4\pi\varepsilon_0}$?
Jul
27
comment Why do we take the value of the constant in Coulomb's law as $\frac{1}{4\pi\varepsilon_0}$?
Please do not post answer with only a link, but try to explain what it is about, such that people understand it without following the link. Links may die over time.