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I'm a Computer (Web) Programmer/Analyst based in Anchorage, AK and Minneapolis, MN. I use (among other things) ASP.NET, C# and SQL Server.

I build things. Bicycles, computers, websites, guitars, cars, motorcycles, sound sytems... lots of things.


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revised What would happen to matter if it was squeezed indefinitely?
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comment What would happen to matter if it was squeezed indefinitely?
Good catch! I interpreted that as 'infinitely strong' in the spirit of what I thought was being asked, but you are correct here. It would all get sucked into the black hole of the piston first!
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Jan
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revised Rocket Propulsion, delta V, acceleration and time. How do they relate?
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revised As a car turns around a circle, why does the force of static friction point towards the center of the circle
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Jan
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comment Can there be energy with no force or energy with no power?
Is it not the particle/dust that is curving spacetime, which would be a force?
Jan
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comment Can there be energy with no force or energy with no power?
I read the question differently, but sure if theoretical alternative universes are allowed then sure perhaps a forceless energy would be possible. But not in the one we currently live in.
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comment Can there be energy with no force or energy with no power?
I made no claims on persistence; but unless it was a single particle (thus not exerting gravitation on itself), which is not really accurate since it would still consist of quarks exerting internal forces on each other, it would have to be the only mass in existence in the entire universe to exert no force. Even a single particle billions of lightyears away would exchange some force.
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comment Can there be energy with no force or energy with no power?
Are you saying that the universe itself is energy with no force or power (providing there's nothing else in a multiverse for it to interact with)? Otherwise, radiation pressure in a vacuum would exert forces on its container, and anything with mass would exert graviational forces on everything else.
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answered Can there be energy with no force or energy with no power?
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comment Can there be energy with no force or energy with no power?
Rest energy necessitates mass, would exert gravitational forces on everything around it.
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comment Why Two Equal Resistors Cut Voltage in Half?
@reddead that is correct. When twin same valued resistors are put in series, they double the total resistance, when in parallel they half it. The resistors themselves maintain the same value. Similarly, when you put two 'twin' batteries together their voltage adds.