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Nov
11
comment Why is the Poynting Vector Symmetric in E and H?
@joshphysics Sorry it took so long to answer. You're right, my answer doesn't address the question: I'm not used to electrodynamics out of vacuum. So I'll erase it.
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Jun
5
revised Why is the Poynting Vector Symmetric in E and H?
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Jun
5
answered Why is the Poynting Vector Symmetric in E and H?
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May
18
comment Books to understand what's theoretical physics about
Go and talk and interview a theoretical physicist, then a mathematician; compare.
Mar
26
revised Relation between solutions to Yang-Baxter equations, integrability and exact solvability?
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Mar
26
asked Relation between solutions to Yang-Baxter equations, integrability and exact solvability?
Mar
9
suggested suggested edit on Tensor product of Hadamard Operators
Mar
9
revised Tensor product of Hadamard Operators
fine tuning :)
Mar
9
suggested suggested edit on Tensor product of Hadamard Operators
Mar
7
revised In what sense is the renormalization group equation a group?
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Mar
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revised In what sense is the renormalization group equation a group?
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Mar
7
answered In what sense is the renormalization group equation a group?
Feb
9
revised The velocity formula $\mathbf{v} = \mathbf{u} + \mathbf{a}t$ for 1D, 2D, 3D . What is the difference?
title was plain wrong
Feb
9
suggested suggested edit on The velocity formula $\mathbf{v} = \mathbf{u} + \mathbf{a}t$ for 1D, 2D, 3D . What is the difference?
Feb
5
comment Does anyone take the Wightman axioms seriously?
(of course, the rest is important but...) First two lines, to me, answer the question:)