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I'm a grad-student in Astrophysics, focusing on theory, and generally studying high-energy transients.


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awarded  Self-Learner
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awarded  Curious
Jun
24
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What makes Poynting's theorem consistent for a charge moving in a static electric field?
Jun
24
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
19
revised Is the edge of our Hubble Sphere within our Cosmic Event Horizon and why?
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19
reviewed Reviewed Would love to learn quantum physics
Jun
19
reviewed Edit suggested edit on Informal book on Classical Mechanics
Jun
19
revised Informal book on Classical Mechanics
Spelling mistake, capital letters
Jun
19
answered Is the edge of our Hubble Sphere within our Cosmic Event Horizon and why?
Jun
19
comment Is the edge of our Hubble Sphere within our Cosmic Event Horizon and why?
Thanks Christoph, really insightful answer (and edit)! but there's still definitely pieces missing :) The crux of my confusion is that a photon emitted at the Hubble Sphere now still sees a $v = c$ recession velocity... but I think it's starting to come together for me
Jun
19
reviewed Close Can magnets destroy notification light on phone?
Jun
19
awarded  Custodian
Jun
19
reviewed Close Simple units question (School)
Jun
19
reviewed No Action Needed Do electrons have shape?
Jun
19
reviewed Reviewed Convert an angle
Jun
19
reviewed Edit suggested edit on Simple units question (School)
Jun
19
revised Simple units question (School)
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Jun
19
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Time reversal and basis independence
Jun
19
revised Is the edge of our Hubble Sphere within our Cosmic Event Horizon and why?
Changed terminology to be (perhaps) more accurate?
Jun
19
asked Is the edge of our Hubble Sphere within our Cosmic Event Horizon and why?