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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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Time travel into the past is logically possible, provided that your presence in the past only causes things to happen...
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hey.like
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Hi, First, please look at this example (It takes about 1 minute to load it) : ...
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Organic
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Do atoms exist in a vacuum?
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Peter M McGinnis describes work as being 'the means by which energy is transferred form one object or system to...
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I have had a discussion with some friends who is interesting in all sort of things of physics and experiments. We are...
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Hey how are ya? I'm new to physics and all that I took a class in school and it blew me away! A lot of questions are...
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ZapperZ
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Hello everyone, May be the question is when something has energy and there is no resistance why does it move?...
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Doc Al
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why does light travel so fast?
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Hi all, for some time I have been wondering about something I’m not too sure on. Please could someone tell me how...
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Reading a website and I noticed that the author claimed that air pressure is essentially equal to the weight of the...
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The application is drag racing in a rear wheel drive vehicle. The vehicle weighs approximately 3000lbs. Traction...
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I am curious to see what your opinions are on the odds of Time Travel accually being achieved... under what...
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What do you think of this web page? Reaction torque propulsion It challenges some important notions.
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Doc Al
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My name is James Reinlie, I live in Central Florida. I'm 15 years old and I am very interested in Einsteins theory of...
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Tom Mattson
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Every theory I have ever heard is an attempt to explain something. It seems to me that the first issue is to...
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bino
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OK I dead serious about this. Please check this out: http://www.truth777.netfirms.com/Conspiracy/carwater.htm ...
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crazy horse
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This is set in reality. You have a truck, set with high wheels(railroad wheels). Your driving on the railroadtracks...
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During the 19th century, it was proposed that light travels through vacuum in the presence of a pseudo medium known as...
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I am here today to propose a "perpetual" device. it doesnt make energy, its perpetual in the sense that more energy...
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russ_watters
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As you all know there's been a great debate about this topic. What does the world currently believe? and also Why?
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First off, let me say that what I am working on has taken me a few days to get to work and I just cant figure it out....
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I have a question about standing waves. Is this what a standing wave is: a wave produced by a propagating wave and...
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Zero and Infinity In mathematics, we see these two numbers appear almost always as the end points of some limiting...
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Someone I know recently stated according to General Relativity, the following statements are both correct: 1. The...
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Okay, the title sounds weird, let me explain: The father of a friend of mine used to work in the mines about 800m...
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so, I know the gravitational force is F = (Gm1m2)/r2... but what makes objects attract each other? what is it about...
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I just finished the first page of the URL at the motivation of my personal mentor, Doc Al. ...
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I am working on a science fiction.I am sorry to open such a thread in the general physics section but i thought I...
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Does a hard drive weigh more when data is stored in it?
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It has been said that electromagnetic force attracts electrons and protons to one another, while planets and celestial...
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Is body at higher altitude having more potential energy than a body on earth real.? Does this mean a person at 400th...
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I carefully studied these links and came to the conclusion that the big bang is running out of steam. ...
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Eh
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I recently posted showing that replacing the affine connection in general relativity with a teleconnection would lead...
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Anyone who has studied electromagnetism knows that the magnetic force on a moving electrically charged particle such...
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Not too long ago Topher started a thread asking: is it possible to construct a wind powered vehicle that goes directly...
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Okay I am no physics pro, but Galileo claimed/proved that two objects of differing mass will fall at the same...
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I was under the impression that, by experiment, Newton deduced \textit{F}\propto{m} \rightarrow \textit{F =...
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This video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4OqlTXwLG40 is from 2007 but it stated the goal at that time was a 64...
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It can be handy to ignore the Earth's rotation and simply work with the effective g', instead of accounting for...
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I thought of a question and its been causing some debate with my collegues. Its completely hypothetical and possibly...
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