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Jan
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revised How can one confirm creation of magnetic graphene?
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Jan
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comment How can one confirm creation of magnetic graphene?
Hopefully I will be able to start answering these questions with forthcoming details.
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Jan
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Jan
24
comment How can one confirm creation of magnetic graphene?
@CuriousOne I already understand: this is not something we have to contend with much at math.SE since suspicious poster rarely resort to YouTube videos for proofs. Usually it is just "read my 2 page paper in which I prove Fermat's last theorem." (2 is sometimes replaced with 200)
Jan
24
comment How can one confirm creation of magnetic graphene?
I will take it as an action item to get details on the experiment in writing so that I can just remove the vid. Seems like it is only a distraction.
Jan
24
comment How can one confirm creation of magnetic graphene?
@CuriousOne Well, I can see why possibly you might suspect that at first glance, but from my good standing at math.SE I hope you can guess that I am not interested in embarrassing myself. From my teacher's related vids, you can tell he is not concerned with gaining views. That said, your concern is unfounded. The situation really is as I'm describing it. Whatever deficiency exists, please describe it and I will try to rectify it. Thank you
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Feb
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comment Why is the nucleus so small and why is the atom 99.999% empty space?
"Why are things the way they are?" questions have to be carefully asked, or else they are not very useful...
Nov
29
comment Does the distortion of an image depend on the location of the object with respect to the mirror?
I've never taken a course on optics, but I know a lot about geometry. I don't get the choice of drawing the bases of the images lining up this way. For a regular mirror, images appear to be the same distance away as their reflections, but that clearly isn't obeyed here. It could be a principle of optics I don't know. But still, the thought experiment i suggested seems to collide with that idea.
Nov
29
comment Does the distortion of an image depend on the location of the object with respect to the mirror?
Supposing the antenna was pushed over to the principal axis, if one imagined the rest of the phone vanishing, the part about having the same size would clearly not apply. Also, there is no "the plane perpendicular to", there are infinitely many such planes. So it leads me to believe that the normal plane through C has been singled out for special treatment. The equal lengths of CB and CB' can be explained, then.
Nov
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comment How to know if a vehicle is moving without any external source of information?
Use of sensors seems to violate the assumption "no external changes can be perceived."
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