Obviously no since your alive in the future, but...

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The Grandfather Paradox]]>

What would the MWI proponents' explanation of this behavior be?

Retrocausality in action]]>

We...

Classical aberration of plane waves]]>

Does it prove there was no physical reality in the past at the slits, prior to the pulling away of the film for our conscious observation to happen? Does it prove there can actually be no matter, space and time independent of conscious observers? Why or why not?]]>

* All particles in the universe can interact with each other.

* We are systems of particles.

* Observation is interaction.

* We suppose we can

* Physics would be impossible if there were special observers.

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Hunting the sterile neutrino]]>

Assume there is water.

During the descent , in the TRIESTE Could they measure difference in gravity and compare it with the surface water ?]]>

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Black Holes and Information Loss: https://goo.gl/tzna8P]]>

Points for discussion:

1. Is this phenomenon causal?

2. Is it simply Heisenberg Uncertainty principle on Energy/Time, then should it not be prevalent everywhere?

3. What is the minimum and maximum possible energy of such particles? If there is any limit.

3. Are we looking for some cause behind or the concept is fully consistent requiring no further research on basic aspects?

4. Will the Quantum Gravity, throw some further light on this? Point is,...

Quantum Fluctuation : Causal]]>

85 % of matter we cannot find , Is the theory real or mathematical fudge factor ?

The electron beam at Jefferson Laboratory creates copious photons in the hopes that a few...

Having hard time finding Dark matter]]>

plane of polarization]]>

For HR.

1. The associated fluctuation is required to take place at just this side of Event Horizon.

A. What is so special about EH or just near EH that such fluctuation to take place? For a very massive BH, the EH is as tidal free as any other region of space, no big deal curved space time at...

Hawking Radiation]]>

I have a 200m long HDPE pipe with diameter of 20cm which pulls in sea water at a rate of 15 l/s at a temperature of around 26 C°. Pressure in the pipe is around -0.4 bar (11 inch Hg). Using henrys law, what will the expected rate of degassing be?

This is not my homework but a real world situation. I have a reverse osmosis plant which needs an air extractor (educator) fitted to remove buildup of degassed air.

I found this on the web:

"The amount of air accumulated depends...

Degassing of seawater for RO Plant]]>

The Postulates of Special Relativity. The laws of physics are the same in all inertial frames of reference. The speed of light in vacuum has the same value c in all inertial frames of reference.

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The speed of light in vacuum, commonly denoted c, is a universal physical...

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