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comment On non-local physics
So, it tends to be good thing that is worth studying? And by the way: the paper states that dark matter is just an anomaly of oversimplification in physical models?
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comment On non-local physics
Maybe I described the idea wrong. He adds new additional (dissipative?) term to Boltzmann equation to account non-local interactions. I don't know exactly. That is why I asked here if his ideas on antimatter, dark matter and kinetic theory are consistent. If they are, I will study them.
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comment Atmosphere above huge fire areas (e.g., “fire ocean”)?
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asked Atmosphere above huge fire areas (e.g., “fire ocean”)?
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revised How do magnets work?
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comment How do magnets work?
It seems to me like that too. But there is some kind of "limit theory of our days" nowadays. I suppose, it is some sort of quantum and particle physics. They form the view, from which I want my question to be answered.
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comment How do magnets work?
Yes, you are right. As Feynman says, to answer that type of question there should be "some framework, which you take as true". By "why?" I asked "how, if you take quantum mechanics, string theory and etc. as a basic framework?".
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asked How do magnets work?