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I'm a physics graduate student.


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revised How does temperature relate to the kinetic energy of molecules?
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revised How small does sand have to be to get wet?
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revised How does anything move?
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revised How does anything move?
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revised Do electromagnetic waves occupy varying amounts of space, or do they simply vary in magnitude?
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revised If the gravity at the center of the Earth is zero, why are heavy elements like iron there?
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revised Is it possible for the Normal Force to do work?
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revised Why do flat sheets of paper twist more than paper cones as they fall?
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revised If a place a spring in a box and drop the box, what happens?
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revised Relative velocity between a ball hitting a rod
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revised Conservation of angular momentum in a free rod
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revised What is the maximum time dilation factor when orbiting a rotating black hole?
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revised Why do we say that the earth moves around the sun?
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revised Can pockets of air exist underwater?
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revised What is the optimal weight for a golf ball?
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revised System in mechanical but not thermal equilibrium
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revised Why doesn't a phone charge faster, rather than slower when it is in use
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revised Why does mass change in to energy during a nuclear change?
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revised Why does time reversibility imply equilibrium in a thermodynamic system?
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revised Why am I not burned by a strong wind?
I wasn't saying air is N2 and O2. I was referring specifically to the N2 and O2 in the air. Other constituents have different speeds, so I was singling those out.