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I am an engineering physics student who loves the sciences.

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Jan
12
comment Is it possible to split baryons and extract useable energy out of it?
@ChrisWhite Nah, was just on mobile when I wrote the answer. Fixed.
Jan
12
comment Is it possible to split baryons and extract useable energy out of it?
@DavidZ Oops, forgot to mention that. Thanks, fixed
Jan
12
revised Is it possible to split baryons and extract useable energy out of it?
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Jan
11
answered Is it possible to split baryons and extract useable energy out of it?
Jan
10
reviewed Close How much water from ice and after how much time?
Jan
10
reviewed Close Evidences against Supersymmetry
Jan
5
awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
29
answered Why does a “speed of sound” exist?
Dec
29
answered Quantum Field Theory from a mathematical point of view
Dec
29
revised Crash course in classical thermodynamics
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Dec
29
revised Crash course in classical thermodynamics
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Dec
29
revised Modern references for continuum mechanics
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Dec
28
comment Really nothing special when falling into a black hole?
I'm a bit fuzzy on this though, it would be best if someone more experienced answered :)
Dec
28
comment Really nothing special when falling into a black hole?
@MartinDrautzburg from here "In terms of visual appearance, observers who fall into the hole perceive the black region constituting the horizon as lying at some apparent distance below them, and never experience crossing this visual horizon". The falling observer does cross a "point of no return", but that point is nothing special otherwise. But from their point of view (moving frame), light particles ahead of them have a different point of no return.
Dec
28
comment Really nothing special when falling into a black hole?
@MartinDrautzburg Well, the other thing is that from the observer's point of view, the true event horizon always lies below him. When he passes the externally visible event horizon, nothing special happens.
Dec
28
answered Really nothing special when falling into a black hole?
Dec
28
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What does this summation mean in relativity?
Dec
28
comment What happens when a charged (negative or positive) object touches an insulator?
To be precise I interpreted it correctly, but in the midst of writing an answer I mentally switched "insulator" with "conducting shell"
Dec
28
revised What happens when a charged (negative or positive) object touches an insulator?
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Dec
28
comment What happens when a charged (negative or positive) object touches an insulator?
Ah, oops, I misinterpreted the question.