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Causal Simplification of Time Dilation: https://goo.gl/pzMnGd]]>

1) {a,a}

2) {a}]]>

1, 2, 4, 5, 8, 9, 10, 13

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In a complete unrelated thread, Eugene Shubert once again posts his assorted crap as if it was relevant to physics or the topic which was population biology.

Displays as:

\(\frac{-b\pm\sqrt{b^2-4ac}}{2a}\)

I wonder if someone who is good at LaTex could write a short tutorial of the basics, with some common SciForums examples? I'll write one up myself, but I'm a complete beginner at LaTex so it will take a little while.

In the meantime,...

Displaying equations using Tex]]>

A. Keep speeding towards earth at the same speed it left the barrel?

B. Speed up as it approaches earth?

C, Slow down as it approaches earth?

D. Stop suddenly at 10,000 feet?]]>

3/0=3x10^~,

-1/0=-1x10^~,

-2/0=-2x10^~ and so on. But a problem arises when we divide 0 by 0.

First if we all agree that 2/0=2x10^~,...

Anything divided by 0 is now defined(if I'm right)]]>

Anyway, I thought this might be an interesting discussion. Is this a logical inconsistency in SR? If not then what did HyperPhysics do wrong in their analysis? Does the bug get squished or not? Do the frames agree?

-Dale]]>

A 0-vertex is defined explicitly by the intersection of two lines = 1-surfaces. The centre is the 0-vertex.

A 1-vertex is a point embedded in the centre of a line which is bounded by 0-vertices, a 2-vertex is in the centre of a region bounded by lines, etc.

A function has support if it has nonzero values for some set of parameters which is closed under the function. One way to think about this is with the sinc(x)...

Support of a function and k-vertices]]>

A friend of mine recently asked physicist Lawrence Krauss " In a Google years when all matter has radiated away in our universe what will be the observer that brings Quantum fluctuations into existence." Professor Krauss shared his answer (which you can listen to for free here) -...

Getting in touch with your favorite physicist]]>

For example:

1/1=1

2/1=2

3/1=3

...therefore...

?/1=?

10/1 undergoes the process of...

10/

1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10

The one, becomes ?

Is this always so...?]]>

Translated by Warren R Giordano

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Time comes back in all areas: mathematics, physics, philosophy, in our everyday life etc ... But as soon as we try to define it, we arrive at problems. Is there time? The problem of time contrary to the coordinates of space-time is that it escapes all our senses. Now, the axioms of mathematics and the physical...

The Time - Academia.edu]]>

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Suppose an initially fully charged battery supplies the motor, a similar but initially depleted battery being charged up by the generator. Each battery adjacent to the respective motor, generator. Energy E thus a mass equivalent E/c^2 ends up being transferred from one location to another. But assuming the entire system is isolated,...

Linear momentum conservation puzzle]]>

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This is just one way I have learned. Does anyone else have any other suggestions?]]>

The geometry of the gauge field (read: field of phase changes) concerned looks like a truncated cone capped with a spherical dome.

That means, there is a hemisphere which has a line of latitude extended to a surface with constant curvature. So the bundle of fibers from that circle of latitude and lying over the conical surface (a section of the total space), has planes...

Something about topology and magnetic potential]]>