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18 votes

Why does water stop boiling immediately after turning off the heat?

6 votes

On what specific astronomical observations is the Fermi paradox based?

4 votes

Why is the electrostatic force felt in straight lines?

3 votes

Can light cause gravity?

3 votes

Which fundamental force is responsible for the Casimir effect?

2 votes
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Diamond ring around black hole

2 votes

Why are there only four fundamental interactions of nature?

2 votes

The 'Conservation of Information' myth

1 vote

Can we have bubbles of the tenth dimension in our universe?

1 vote

Does reversing time give parity reversed antimatter or just antimatter?

1 vote

Using a pulley system as a plant dryness scale/indicator

1 vote

Understanding expansion of the universe

1 vote

Can a super-duper massive black hole eventually eat an entire galaxy?

0 votes

Quantum mechanics threshold

0 votes

If energy can neither be created nor be destroyed,what is the ultimate source of energy?

0 votes

Does water pressure have any effect on the size of a permanent magnet's magnetic field?

0 votes

Did time exist before the Big Bang and the creation of the universe?

0 votes

Problem with gravity

0 votes

Antimatter conundrum

0 votes

Non-conservative forces in nature

0 votes

Can the centers of galaxies act as particle accelerators?

0 votes

Possible to predict the polarity of a magnet using only molecular analysis?

0 votes

Does an electromagnet use more energy when it is repelling another magnet?

-1 votes

If centripetal force and centrifugal force acting on an electron is equal, then what makes electron to revolve the nucleus?

-1 votes

Quantum Entanglement, connected or just in tune?

-1 votes

How exactly is the formalism of thermodynamics based on contact geometry?

-1 votes

What and why is quantum information?

-1 votes

How does the spontaneous creation and destruction of matter not violate conservation of energy?

-1 votes

Two values to the speed of light ...what does this mean in the real world?