Q&a Game For Fun

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Q&a Game For Fun !!!

Ok... Just came across something weird and interesting in one of my physics books and I thought I'd share it and start one of those Q&A games I've seen on this forum!

"When two parallel uncharged metal sheets are placed in a perfect vacuum, they attract each other with a tiny force that is not Gravitational. What is the source of this effect?"

:surprised :surprised :surprised

The person who comes closest to the solution can pose the next question!
 

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Meir Achuz
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Casimir force.
Why is a crow?
 
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Wow...

100% correct Meir Achuz :wink:

Though I am not sure how much physics is in your question.
 
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Ok... I give up. What is the answer (and the connection to physics)?.

:confused:
 
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"caws"
Physics is solving problems methodically.
 

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