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Has "like" replaced "um" and "ah" as a thinktime filler?
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does it develop into a flat planar explosion?A planar explosion was shown so many times that it has become a meme.
the neutron lifetime puzzleI wondered why I kept seeing different figures for neutron lifetime.
I have heard particle accelerators use particles and let them travel very close to the speed of light (c).The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is currently the world's most powerful particle accelerator.
0,9999...% to (c) I once have seen.
Just hypothetical. What would happen if one of these particle travel at (c). Would the particle have an infinite amount of mass?Yes, it is just hypothetical, because we can never accelerate a massive particle to the speed of light in a vacuum, with a finite amount of energy, or in a finite amount of time.
Does it make a differenceIt depends what difference you are looking for....
What are the common methods to quantify accuracy and precision?In assessing these parameters, it is important to get input from the affected parties - they may view the required accuracy and precision very differently from you (and each other).
create geometries very unlike such oxides at standard conditionsI agree that there will be crystal structures and molecules that would never be stable on Earth.
How to calculate the maximum charge of an atom or a molecule?I think there may be several concepts mixed up here...
Associating the word prediction and the word lottery like you do can thus be misleading.Another way of looking at it is that a species with a lot of genetic diversity has bought a lot of tickets in the future, which often looks like a lottery to us.
mind may produce randomness the way mutations doIn the young mind, neurons are connected randomly to other neurons.