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About devrimci_kürt

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    türkiye(anatolia)
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    Ph.D
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    mathematics and physics
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    free-lance translator
  1. A Basketball ball is dropped onto the floor.What force causes the ball to bounce?
  2. If all the people in the world started running to the East side of the Earth; would the Earth's rotational speed change? ?
  3. What is the difference between Moment and Torque ?
  4. devrimci_kürt

    sicar

    what does sicar mean? sicar=half tuition scholarship is it true?
  5. elasticmodulus = stress/strain is it true?
  6. Two similiar barrels A and B with the same radius and mass roll down the same slope starting at the same instant.Barrel A is filled with liqued water, and barrel B is filled with ice of equal mass(Barrel B slightly longer than barrel A to compensate for the slightly larger density of liquid water) which barrel reaches the bottom of the slope first? and why?
  7. what is the difference between solid and rigid (in physics) for example, a rigid object ..a solid object
  8. devrimci_kürt

    rain

    I know its a dumb question but I wonder.. Which keeps you drier , walking or running in the rain? in other words, do you get wetter if you run or walk in the rain? .(the distance stable) and why?
  9. why not dot or comma why not circle et cetera.. why string?
  10. well, What does - t stand for in physics ? -t , travel back in time ?
  11. we go any further, it's important to get a clear idea of what time reversal symmetry really means. At the simplest level, we may think of the laws of physics as equations involving a time variable , and say that they are symmetric under time reversal if given any solution, and making the substitution , we obtain another solution. http://math.ucr.edu/home/baez/time/time.html What does t (and - t) stand for in physics ? only time ?
  12. I understand, that is, this principle says that if an event exists that could give rise to a paradox, then the probability of that event happening is zero.. Is it logic ?
  13. what is Novikov self-consistency principle?
  14. what does Yang-Mills field(and Yang-Mills particle ) mean? and also, what does Its Renormalization mean?
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