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  1. Vanadium
    10-18-2013 03:16 PM
    Vanadium
    Sometimes I think I should try. Not always, but sometimes.
  2. Doggzilla
    10-11-2013 09:26 PM
    Doggzilla
    Thanks for the comments on tank rounds! As for physics, I meant more of how some phenomena interact with many kinds of matter, and not others. For instance, if magnetic waves interact with sub-atomic particles, as well as standard particles...why is it that the waves interact with some and not all? Just as gravity interacts with nearly everything. I see harmonics, and I cant help but consider that perhaps gravity and magnetism act just like sound... that forces only interact because the particles and atoms are the right "size" to catch the "frequency" of a force, just like a glass picking up harmonic sound waves... while other objects are totally unaffected. Is there any theory on why forces interact with seemingly unrelated particles on entirely different scales?
  3. Latro
    10-10-2013 10:16 PM
    Latro commented on Quantum Questions
    I stole "18th grade" for my OKC profile. Figured I'd at least give you credit here.
  4. Badger
    10-10-2013 12:49 PM
    Badger commented on Quantum Questions
    Thank you for sharing some of your million dollar education with us. What I do understand I found very enlightening.
  5. Monte314
    10-09-2013 07:03 PM
    Monte314 commented on Quantum Questions
    This is a wonderful post... thanks!
  6. Doggzilla
    10-09-2013 06:22 PM
    Doggzilla
    Is there a general theory as to why we cannot directly influence sub-atomic particles? Why at a certain size, that we require a particle accelerator? And how are particles measured if we cannot interact with them very well? Do we measure them passively, such as the particles they recombine into?
  7. reiven
    09-23-2013 09:57 AM
    reiven commented on Quantum Questions
    you've given me clear and digestible insights; thank you muchly.
  8. gestalt
    09-23-2013 07:15 AM
    gestalt commented on do you have any studying field as a hobby?
    CyberCIEGE and America's Army. I'd like to find some other serious games in general.
  9. psykhe
    09-23-2013 06:10 AM
    psykhe
    Yay! Of course, three cookies for you! good thing about the daughter. Oh my, they're such angels! How's it being a dad?
  10. Artio
    09-23-2013 05:21 AM
    Artio commented on Quantum Questions
    You're explaining these things well.
  11. ppu6502
    09-22-2013 12:19 PM
    ppu6502
  12. Chameleon
    09-22-2013 11:49 AM
    Chameleon
    rbc!!! It could be that CWC too
  13. Artio
    04-25-2013 03:31 PM
    Artio
    *lurk lurk lurk*
  14. Artio
    12-22-2012 02:02 PM
    Artio
    Click the image to open in full size.
  15. psykhe
    06-19-2012 05:54 AM
    psykhe
    Oooops.
  16. psykhe
    06-17-2012 08:33 AM
    psykhe
    Happy Father's Day!
  17. Chameleon
    06-10-2012 01:28 PM
    Chameleon
    Ah, it is good to hear from you. As we must all play the role not fit for us; be us meant for it or not. The dark thoughts do have way of gripping, holding, and pulling; oh, how they do. Yet remember we must that many times we have done this thing, and everytime we prevail; and when we no longer do, there will not be much cause for worry, for we will no longer care. I (believed or not) could have posted the same thing as you have unto me. It I believe is just (not nice but) comforting to be reminded that we are not as alone as we seem (and sometimes want to be).
  18. Chameleon
    06-08-2012 03:08 AM
    Chameleon
    Hmm... long time been since active I have seen thee; still alive I see.
  19. jndiii
    05-26-2012 09:51 AM
    jndiii
    Oh, I don't disagree w/r to whether X or Y is "really" a different state. I'm just pointing out that it's arbitrary, a naming convention, like whether Pluto is really a planet. Any arguments pro or con are about convincing other people which naming standard should be adopted as a group, like the argument about whether MBTI is enhanced by including aspects of Jungian function theory to help identify the types. If you were the only one who could see superfluidity, then it would be hard to get other people to adopt it as a separate state of matter.
  20. JungianShadow
    05-25-2012 10:21 PM
    JungianShadow
    Agreed as well. The dark humorist in me loves it.

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