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Flint72
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24 votes

Where's the missing helium in the Universe?

18 votes
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$E=mc^2$ resembles non-relativistic kinetic energy formula $E_K = \frac{1}{2}mv^2$?

7 votes

Does the Standard Model require neutrinos to be massless?

7 votes
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Correlation between large-scale galaxy structure and CMB fluctuations?

6 votes
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Difference between angular frequency and angular velocity?

6 votes
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Question on index notation and metric tensor

4 votes

What's the relationship between $SL(2,\mathbb{C})$, $SU(2)\times SU(2)$ and $SO(1,3)$?

4 votes

How can I read off the fact that gravity is associated with spin-2 particles from the Einstein-Hilbert action?

3 votes

Very short decay: A bare quark?

3 votes

Real representation is physically real?

2 votes

Uniqueness of $W$ and $Z$ bosons

2 votes

For an object at rest is the potential energy completely zero?

2 votes

What is the meaning of the negative vacuum expectation value of the Higgs field? Do we see it in nature?

1 vote
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Relativistic addition of velocities of spaceships

1 vote

Normalization of $\langle p_1 p_2 \vert p\rangle$ in RelQM and NonRelQM

1 vote

Proof of equality of the integral and differential form of Maxwell's equation

1 vote
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Expectation value of Hamiltonian on number state

1 vote

why do the electroweak vacuum have to be charge and color neutral?

1 vote

Metric signature conventions: minus sign for $x^a$ or $x_a$?

1 vote

Electromagnetic current for interaction with Dirac spinors

1 vote

Monopoles in non-abelian semi-simple gauge groups

1 vote

Studying Quantum Electrodynamics?

1 vote

Why use a hadron collider to search for Higgs Boson

0 votes

Theoretical Physics - How to?

0 votes

Are intergalactic voids inertial frames?

0 votes

Gravitional force

0 votes

Why is energy conserved?

0 votes

Good math books for physicists

0 votes
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Gravity force between two objects with different mass

0 votes

Protons and Electrons Occupying the Same Space