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Was X17 predicted before it was observed?

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1 answer
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How hot would tritium water be?

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3 answers
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How would a fast-moving atom interact with a body? [closed]

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Photon pair production at relativistic speeds?

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1 answer
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What is the heaviest stable element in the center of the sun due to Photodisintegration?

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How many fields that we know of permeate the universe?

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874 views

When they say the universe was the size of a baseball about a billion billion billion billionth of a second

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WIMPs - would they be charged?

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What is the relation between orbital velocity and escape velocity in strongly relativistic situations?

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1 answer
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Is anything expected to be found at CERN with 14 trillion electron volts that wasn't found at 13?

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Why does critical mass for radioactive isotopes seem to have little relation to half-life?

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2 answers
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Photon - gas molecule collision and conservation of energy?

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Does the gravitational Doppler effect affect charge?

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1 answer
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Rough/ballpark thermodynamics and black body temperature question

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1 answer
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Is there a theoretic temperature where single quarks might become individually stable?

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Are Neutrons and anti-Neutrons attracted to each other over distance?

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If we assume a perfectly spherical and frictionless Earth and we bowl a bowling ball that will move in an apparantly curved path due to coriolis,

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Trying to visualize virtual particle behavior near "real" particles

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I read, some time ago about a dimensionless constant in physics [closed]

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Assuming the universe is finite, at some point, CMB should go away, right?