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Sometimes during lunch time, strange talks appear :). And then great doubts about life and physics... Imagine two...
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hi,everyone,could u please tell me the exact definition of energy?
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It is possible that a fixed point to be attracting but not Liapunov stable. I can't find any example of that.
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