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answered Is (rest) mass quantized?
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comment Mathematica to help for an Hamiltonian problem
I did the plot, from the plot, or from the function I want to calculate the area.
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comment Book about classical mechanics
Thanks, I'll have a look at it.
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asked Mathematica to help for an Hamiltonian problem
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revised Is gravity a force and if so what is its opposite?
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asked Book about classical mechanics
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accepted How is it possible to calculate the energy liberated by a given fission process?
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comment How is it possible to calculate the energy liberated by a given fission process?
nicely done !
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comment Obtaining isotope stability
@Geodesic: If it is not my edit then I don't understand the question.
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revised Obtaining isotope stability
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comment How is it possible to calculate the energy liberated by a given fission process?
But then 236U* will gamma decay to 236U which will then actually fission and liberate energy...
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revised How is it possible to calculate the energy liberated by a given fission process?
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revised Is gravity a force and if so what is its opposite?
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comment Is gravity a force and if so what is its opposite?
The barycenter comes from mass and geometry, no need for gravity. What I guess is the problem is that you think "force" instead of "field": the field of Earth is weaker, but the resulting forces are equal. (see the edit of my answer)
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answered Is gravity a force and if so what is its opposite?
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asked Production of antiproton at the Tevatron
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asked How is it possible to calculate the energy liberated by a given fission process?
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answered Obtaining isotope stability
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answered Does Coulomb's Law, with Gauss's Law, imply the existence of only three spatial dimensions?