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We still do not know everything. Good Times.


Dec
10
comment How can two time theories be compactified to 3+1 without any Kaluza-Klein remnants
Great comments if someone could combine them into a coherent and collective answer that would be great. If I have the time tonight, I will try to do this myself.
Dec
9
accepted The electron jumps and lets loose photons
Dec
9
accepted Observable universe does it account for farther away galaxies measure of the observable universe?
Dec
9
revised How can two time theories be compactified to 3+1 without any Kaluza-Klein remnants
specified my interest, added appropriate links
Dec
9
revised How can two time theories be compactified to 3+1 without any Kaluza-Klein remnants
specified my interest
Dec
9
asked How can two time theories be compactified to 3+1 without any Kaluza-Klein remnants
Dec
3
awarded  Constituent
Dec
3
comment Where to place a fan in order to cool a room the fastest
A room with no windows very convenient
Dec
2
revised Number theory in Physics
Fixed capitalization, correct grammar, fixed link
Dec
2
suggested approved edit on Number theory in Physics
Nov
26
awarded  Caucus
Nov
26
answered An electron falling into a black hole
Nov
15
revised Are we big or small?
elaborat
Nov
15
answered Are we big or small?
Nov
7
answered how do you destroy magnetic field - demagnetize?
Nov
7
comment What else does the fabric of space-time do?
O clarify there is no "fabric" in the true sense of the word there is only the distortion of space coordinates due to massive objects gravitational pull.To address your second question Gravity ie "fabric" has a great list of effects on almost every aspect of the universe.
Oct
20
accepted Why do photons add mass to a black hole?
Oct
16
comment What kind of “camera” and “light” source should I use to detect the intermediate path of a light beam?
It is not possible to see light move you can only see light being interacted with I.e. reflected or absorbed.
Oct
11
reviewed Reviewed What methods can astronomers use to find a black hole?
Oct
11
reviewed Reviewed Would it help if you jump inside a free falling elevator?