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6 votes

Confused over the presence of 2 expressions for $\Psi(x,t)$

6 votes
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Crucial Misconceptions about The Universe

5 votes

Newton's third law and General relativity

5 votes

Conjugate Variables, Noether's Theorem and QM

4 votes

What's the physical significance of the inner product of two wave functions in quantum region?

4 votes

To which extent is general relativity a gauge theory?

3 votes

can we investigate physics through investigation of pure number?

3 votes

What kind of energy gravitates, and why?

3 votes
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Why does an object with higher speed gain more (relativistic) mass?

2 votes

What is the difference between translation and rotation?

2 votes

Entropy and Information

2 votes

What happens to the wavelength/frequency of a photon as it passes through an event horizon?

2 votes

Stability of balanced masses with different surface areas

2 votes
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Why 'max' in $hf=\phi+{1\over{2}}mv_\text{max}^2$?

2 votes
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Equal and opposite reaction - forces coming in pairs - or just common sense?

1 vote

A thought experiment with Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle

1 vote

Mechanism for the gravitational field generated by photons

1 vote

What is the consequence of "infinite" gravitational force?

1 vote

Collision of two balls

1 vote
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Is the newton's second law for a body experiencing a frictional force, relative to the surface in contact?

1 vote

Can objects, animate or inanimate, be constructed out of basic particles?

1 vote

What gonna happen to beer on the moon?

1 vote

Is the mathematical truth 1+1=2 analogous to the conservation of energy?

1 vote
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Energy problem: What's wrong here?

0 votes

Why don't the relative positions of stars and other objects in a galaxy change over the year?

0 votes

Approximation of the energy for low $T$ in the early universe

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A problem concerning the force between currents or moving electrons