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asked Gravitational potential outside Lagrangian points or Lagrange points
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comment Store up cheap electricity to use later?
Likely. Perhaps you could look into other ways of cooling your home instead, such as setting up sun shades or atomising water in front of a fan: yardsurfer.com/outdoor-misting-fan
Sep
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revised Optical Drive Physics
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Sep
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comment Store up cheap electricity to use later?
@zephyr: Not necessarily true; there are many reasons why a company may not go into a certain line of business. As the Wikipedia link shows some companies do do that, it not only shows theoretical possibility but actual viability.
Sep
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answered Supermarket refrigerator - why is it noticebable colder in this shop area?
Sep
29
answered Optical Drive Physics
Sep
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comment Underground explosions due to plate tectonics and natural gas pockets
It's likely that parts undergoing subduction i.e. active regions at the fringes of the tectonic plates don't have enough time to build up substantial reserves of oil or gas. It's the stable areas far from plate boundaries that manage to build up reserves over time.
Sep
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comment How does nuclear war look like from space?
@Martin: Brilliant :-D
Sep
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awarded  Teacher
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revised How does nuclear war look like from space?
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Sep
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accepted Effect of surface treatment on fair dice
Sep
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accepted What do bullet trails really look like?
Sep
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asked How does nuclear war look like from space?
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revised Store up cheap electricity to use later?
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answered Store up cheap electricity to use later?
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awarded  Scholar
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accepted How many grams of explosive are equivalent to the energy in a battery?
Sep
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asked How many grams of explosive are equivalent to the energy in a battery?