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asked How quick does a regular household bulb lights up after being switched on?
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asked Intermediate shape of a closed string vibrating with 2 bumps switching to 1 bump?
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comment What is the smallest distance possible between two stars?
Does Galactic Center count? I'm not sure about the distance it seems to have multiple stars orbiting very closely around the central black hole.
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revised Does an induction cooktop consume as much energy when it's heating something as it does when it isn't?
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revised Does an induction cooktop consume as much energy when it's heating something as it does when it isn't?
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revised Does an induction cooktop consume as much energy when it's heating something as it does when it isn't?
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accepted Does an induction cooktop consume as much energy when it's heating something as it does when it isn't?
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comment Does an induction cooktop consume as much energy when it's heating something as it does when it isn't?
Would you comment on this another answer that seemingly contradicts yours?
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comment Does an induction cooktop consume as much energy when it's heating something as it does when it isn't?
Would you comment on this another answer that seemingly contradicts yours?
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asked Does an induction cooktop consume as much energy when it's heating something as it does when it isn't?
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accepted Do all paths leading into a black hole lead directly at the exact center of the singularity? Or could they go very near it and curve back?
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asked Do all paths leading into a black hole lead directly at the exact center of the singularity? Or could they go very near it and curve back?
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asked How fast does a black hole appear to decay from infalling observer's perspective?
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comment What does white hole look like on a graph paper?
@lemon Thanks, that answers it. I have a follow up: does that make white holes an object with a negative mass? Or does that mean that white holes simply can't exist (in our universe) because they're objects that actually require that time flows backward for them (w.r.t to everything else in our universe)?
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comment How much magnetic field will be required to levitate a human?
This shouldn't have been marked as duplicate IMO. "noticeably attract" and "levitate" are quite different.