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revised What is needed to claim the discovery of the Higgs boson?
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Nov
6
comment Is energy really conserved?
Or for example, that's the creation of virtual particle as mediators that explain the interactions between particles.
Nov
6
comment Is energy really conserved?
@Casebash: OK I should really check in a dictionary before answering.
Nov
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answered Is energy really conserved?
Nov
6
comment Why don't spinning tops fall over?
@Mark: that's my point...
Nov
5
comment Why don't spinning tops fall over?
Ok I didn't know that was a French-only name.
Nov
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revised What is needed to claim the discovery of the Higgs boson?
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Nov
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revised Why don't spinning tops fall over?
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Nov
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comment How are forces “mediated”?
I change the "electromagnetism" tag to "electro-magnetism" as more people have been using it.
Nov
5
revised How are forces “mediated”?
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revised Why don't spinning tops fall over?
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revised Why don't spinning tops fall over?
Added "classical-mechanics" tag.
Nov
5
revised Particle colliders: why do they need an accelerator chain
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comment What physical forces pull/press water upwards in vegetation?
What is gravity energy ?
Nov
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answered Why don't spinning tops fall over?
Nov
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comment What is the most counter-intuitive result in physics?
If you want it CW, you have to flag it for moederator attention. Anyway, even as a CW question I don't really this is a real question... What's the point listing results in various fields of physics that one consider "counter-intuitive" ?
Nov
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comment How should a physics student study mathematics?
@Mark: "... my conclusion that physics student need a deeper mathematical grounding than they typically receive." Again, I think this is just your opinion ... of course the more your know in mathematics the best, but I tend to perceive this as an basic criticism about any physics curriculum ...
Nov
5
revised What's with the very slightly larger mass of the neutron compared to the proton?
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