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The aim of this thread is to highlight recent (as in within the past 3 months) noteworthy physics papers that have...
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Its my understanding that a photon will travel and exist in space forever. My question is if light, whether it be from...
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I noticed something interesting in nature yesterday. I was cleaning a sink that was full to the brim with water and...
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Since momentum = mass x velocity Therefore for light P = mv P = 0 x 3x10^8 P = 0 m/s Can anybody explain ?
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does spring always do negative work? how could it do positive work? I can't think of any situation
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Please do your best to describe E=Mc^2 to me in the most plain English you know and as basic as possible without...
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How to derive a formula for speed of falling body in earth atmosphere? I know distance from surface, pressure at this...
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Hello, everyone, I am doing an egg drop for my science class, (not sure where to put it so I put it here, sorry if...
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Why does nature follow the principals that it does? say there is no God, why are the parameters and laws/constraints...
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I have learnt that due to upward thrust of air, the weight of an object is reduced to some extent than the real...
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What is there in a moving bicycle that it is easily balanced?
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dx/dt = η(t) dy/dt = ζ(t) where <η(t)>=<ζ(t)>=0 <η(t)η(t')> = 2Dδ(t-t') <ζ(t)ζ(t')> = 2Dδ(t-t') If...
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Think Im having a brainfart here, so I need a tad bit of help. Sorry, imageshack rotated the image for some reason:...
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Recently a device invisible to a static magnetic field was described. The device features a cylinder with two...
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So, I read an article yesterday about a potential design for a spacetime crystal. The idea behind a spacetime...
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Can we make gold from nuclear reaction in the lab? If yes, what are the nuclear equations?
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Hey guys I am a high school senior and this is my first year taking physics. I am really interested in the subject...
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Hello All! Does anyone have a good design for a Cloud Chamber using Peltier Coolers? I'm wanting to build a chamber...
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I am in my second year of my undergraduate studies and I am involved in a research society. Does anybody know of/can...
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I want to know what exactly is magnetic and electric field fringing and what is the cause of it?
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So I've studied physics at the university quite a bit and was a bit surprised when I couldn't answer this simple...
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For a physics project, a few friends and I got ahold of a couple of balls that would record the time of an impact....
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When people talk about harmonic oscillators it seems to me that they always assume either that the relationship of...
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If I have a matter wave (for example, electron waves in a electronic microscope) at a given wavelength λ, and I move...
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If electrons are shot through the double slit one at a time, is it observed that each electron hits randomly in one of...
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What are the conditions required for the pressure inside the object to be fixed?any examples are appreciated.:smile:
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I'm quite new here, but here's my question: Is there a way to make one magnetic pole stronger than another?
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Beer´s law does not apply if there is any scattering. In a pure absorber, if 1 layer absorbs 50 % of incident light...
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Hi, does anyone know how to calculate the total absorptin of a sample from its labdam-absorbance spectrum? I found a...
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For a fixed pressure differential will the flow rate remain constant or will it increase as the restriction decreases....
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Hi Thanks for Taking a look Need help to settle a debate (now argument) Viewing the "Titles of topic" in this...
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I wanted to ask from my intuition of Newton's First law that body in motion remains in motion. Assume we kick a ball...
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I'm trying to understand if a really heavy object on earth, say a mountain, would move if I push it with my bare...
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I was looking for some help on getting displacement from acceleration data (using an accelerometer). I found this old...
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Given a Universe abiding solely by deterministic laws, Laplace's reasoning seems to make perfect sense. So let us take...
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Go to any article on wikipedia, for example Now Ctrl + F and find a word, for...
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Hello, I consider myself an up-and-comer theoretical physicist (although getting a bit of a late start), and there's...
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so, i am fairly good in physics, but, i do have a Q. with a torque wrench, does the wrench move force perpendicular...
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If room A is connected to the outside with a window and room A has a fan on; Would the air would try to move out from...
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Where does the potential energy go if you carry uranium to a nuclear power plant on the top of a mountain and part of...
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It is mentioned that the conditions of interference is that the waves should be coherent and synchronized. What is...
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