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comment If the LHC doesn't find the Higgs Boson, what would be the implications for the Standard Model?
To complement your question: if if the LHC covers the right energy range, and due to the different bounds established by LEP and Tevatron should produce the Higgs if it is in that range, it is possible that LHC do not have enough luminosity to produce enough events, thus leading to a statistic not good enough to claim a discovery.
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answered Deuterons can share quantum states, but why it is fine for the protons and neutrons inside?
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revised Why is the LHC circular and 27km long?
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comment Mathematica to help for an Hamiltonian problem
Asking here, maybe I'll find someone using Mathematica for physics, I don't think asking in SO is a better idea.
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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?