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Undergrad Physics student.


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comment Does a black hole have an interior or does the spacetime manifold itself end at the event horizon?
This isn't really a question, so not really too sure how to deal with this. But as an extra point maybe, I've always found it interesting that black holes can't really be said to have any internal structure.
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comment Physical Variables of Circular Motion
babou I so concede that in many ways you can interchange concepts like frequency and energy in order to reveal that they are manifestations of a deeper concept/represent the same deeper thing.
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@SaurabhRaje no worries just genuinely wondering :) maybe there is a good reason to wrap up questions as soon as possible.
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comment Physical Variables of Circular Motion
They are as "different" as, say, Current and Voltage given a fixed resistance. Yes, the magnitude of current and voltage are indistinguishable up to a constant, but they are definitely physically different things with different dimensions. It would be misleading to say "current and voltage (in fixed resistance) are essentially the same thing, up to a multiplicative factor which is the resistance."
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@SaurabhRaje why the rush? the question is barely two hours old
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comment What is your simplest explanation of the string theory?
and yes a fair bit of following Brian Greene's popular science works :)