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 Aug 4 answered Is there a way to increase the speed of light itself? Aug 4 comment Why is it easier to go uphill on a lower gear? I downvoted due to the insertion of a picture referring your answer. You should really try to answer using LaTex. May 22 answered Why do like charges repel and opposite charges attract? May 13 comment Help with finding an equation to work out the length of cable required to produce loss of colour on an analogue video signal Do you mean $v=f \lambda$? with velocity $v$, wavelength $\lambda$ and frequency $f$? May 13 answered What is the intuitive meaning behind Coulomb's constant $k_e$? May 13 comment 4 dimensional interpretation What do you mean the combined speed of $c$? May 13 answered Time dilation. Why? May 13 answered Why water expands when freezes? May 12 revised Why do the storms of Jupiter have long life unlike that of Earth? Removed a section that one user was quibbling about. May 12 comment Why do the storms of Jupiter have long life unlike that of Earth? @IncnisMrsi No it wasn't. But thanks. May 8 awarded Yearling May 8 comment Not direct/inverse proportion implies systematic error And I am talking about the relation $xy=k_{2}$ for some constant $k_{2}$. May 8 comment Not direct/inverse proportion implies systematic error So if two quantites are in inverse proportion then their product must equal a constant (the same constant!) $\forall$ values of $x,y$. If this is not true (incorporating rounding errors), then there is a systematic error. May 8 answered Not direct/inverse proportion implies systematic error May 8 revised What areas of research question the existence of the Planck length? deleted 5 characters in body May 8 answered What areas of research question the existence of the Planck length? May 8 revised Deriving pressure from a given partition function tidied up some mathjax and a little grammar. May 8 suggested approved edit on Deriving pressure from a given partition function May 8 comment Real World application of Topological Quantum Field Theory The physical system is spacetime since TQFT is a QFT that computes topological invariants; in this instance if you like; one can consider the topological invariants of smooth four-manifolds. May 8 comment Real World application of Topological Quantum Field Theory Seek out Floer Homology and Sir Michael Atiyah's seminal paper on New invariants for manifolds of dimensions 3 and 4.