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How exactly is a normal force exerted, at the molecular level?

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What are these strange rays in the sky?

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Why do atoms repel when closer but attract when farther apart?

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Force and Accleration

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Do gravitational waves disperse/refract (like EM waves in a prism)?

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Explanation for an unexpected rainbow

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Are Imaginary Numbers Really “Imaginary?”

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“Tug of war” binary orbit model

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Could we edit the atomic structure of an atom

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Why does body with continuous speed generate force?

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How can a body have constant velocity when net force on it is zero?

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If temperature is related to average kinetic energy in an ideal gas, then does speeding up the gas container affect its temperature?

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Can density replace buoyancy?

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Why can't we take space as universal frame of reference?

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A wave or a particle?

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Why does an accelerated charge emit electromagnetic radiation, but an accelerated (point) mass does not radiate gravitational radiation?

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How is the notion of minimising potential energy consistent with a magnets behaviour when placed in an external magnetic field?

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When a ball hits the wall, the higher the speed of the ball is, the stronger the ball exerts a force on the wall

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Does the classical relativity supports elastic particles going faster than $c$?

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How many ways can one possibly spin an object at the end of a string?

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Do alpha particles attract electrons?

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Newton's First Law and Objects in momentary rest

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Why we only see black colour when there is no light?

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Maxwell's Demon - Understanding Temperature change

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Is minimizing the action same as minimizing the energy?

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Throwing something into orbit

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Gathering energy from an object that casts no shadow

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Classical Hamiltonian of a free falling particle

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Can one map entropy to a set of spatial coordinates similar to how energy fluctuations are mapped?

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Why is $g$-force pointed downward during upward acceleration?