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Shashaank
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Can something you see through a telescope be behind you?

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Does the shape of the Universe refer to the curvature of spacetime in 5-dimensional space?

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Are components of the velocity of light equal to $c$?

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Why doesn't current decrease in series combination?

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What prevents sound to be just wind?

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Does first law contradicts 2nd law of themodynamics?

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How does high velocity cause low pressure?

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Fourth Equation of Motion

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Does mass of a charged particle change with time when it's moving in a magnetic field?

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What is the cause that mercury has a large surface tension?

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Why does water turn into water vapor?

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Conceptual explanation of electrostatic shielding

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Why is this $T_2=2\times T_1$?

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work done is zero if displacement of point of application of force is zero but why can't we assume forces on COM and its displacement

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How to measure residual charge in capacitor?

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If capacitance is the ability to store charge, doesn't this mean two capacitors of different capacitance will store different amounts of charge?

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What is the relation between dot product and torque?

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Conservation of mechanical energy and Non-conservative forces

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Why is the electric field perpendicular to every point on the surface of a conductor?

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What counter balances gravity here?

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Applying Work energy Theorem

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Ball released from accelerating car, and observed by observer in two different frames

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Is the electric field inside a conductor zero a result of Gauss's Law?

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Ball inside an accelerating frame

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Does a car moving normally (using the engine ) has a force that can be calculated with its acceleration?

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Steady-state current and equation of continuity

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How do I check if a transformation is a point transformation?

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Why does water have potential energy?

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Why is heat capacity at const pressure, $C_p$ not a function of volume?

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Violation of Newton's third law in case of fluids