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Why is the magnitude of a photons 4 momentum vector 0 if it has momentum?

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Is the magnetic field energy around a current carrying wire is similar to the electric field energy associated with an isolated charge?

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Does time dilation mean that faster than light travel is backwards time travel?

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Is this the reason why acceleration isn't change in velocity per unit distance?

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Orbital elevators and the Coriolis effect

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Information loss of particles over time

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The integral in centre of mass (one dimension)

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How does author derives $\cos \theta = \frac{dx}{ds} \qquad \sin\theta = \frac{dy }{ds}, $?

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If photons have no mass, why do they gain mass in photon entanglement?

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Infinite field but finite potential Is it possible?

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How to derive kinematics equations using calculus?

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Why is power density of RF waves measured in m2?

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Significance of eigenvalues of an observable Of a wavefunction

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Balancing an orange on a spoon experiment

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Definition of stress-energy tensor

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In the twin paradox, are some events lost to the observer turning around?

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Direction of Coriolis force

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Meaning of constant $A $ in Maxwell's equation $E = Ae^{-hv/kt}.$

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Why Mass is considered as a property in gravity theories rather than a unit?

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Lorentz Factor is just the SINE function Opposite/Hypotenuse

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How to calculate weight of an object orbiting another object?

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What happens when the DeBroglie wavelength becomes smaller than the Planck length?

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Centripetal force and energy

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Rotational movement of satellite in orbit

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Will "water" glow at very high temperatures?

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How do we define phase difference between waves travelling in opposite directions?

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Does the half-life of an element mean it will never decay completely?

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What's the reason behind the current remaining the same after passing by a resistance?

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Work transfer to the contents of an ideal thermos flask

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Why are some energies dependent on reference frame, and some are not? And why is transfer between them possible?