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Now imagine that you recorded the which way path as far as you were concerned only to realize that your mechanism wasn't functioning. What would be th ...Read More

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Suppose an object of mass m is released from a height h bounces off the ground and returns to a height h' (h'< h). The object experiences a force at t ...Read More

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The farther away one is from the explosion, the larger the hemisphere of he shock wave is, and so the more the energy from the explosion is dissipated ...Read More

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the component of angular velocity with no angular momentum) goes as $ω ~ (GM/Rc²)(v/R)$, which is 1st order in $v/c$. However, I read in Zee's "Einste ...Read More

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My first thought was to segment an arbitrary path $R=R(t)$ from $A=R(0)$ to $B=R(1)$ into $N$ pieces and construct a "spherical" sequence of paths $P= ...Read More

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Quantum tunneling is a quantum mechanical, and not a classical phenomenon, where the wavefunction of an object can spread across a potential barrier. ...Read More

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As I understand it given a pseudo-Riemannian spacetime manifold $M$ we can consider the group of spactime transformations $G$ which act transitively o ...Read More

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Postulate IV. Postulate III. Callen introduces entropy by the following four postulates: Postulate I. Postulate II. Postulate IV implies that $S$ has ...Read More

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can you compute the two point function for a scalar field?) What gauge are you working in? Anyway this calculation is done many places, an example is ...Read More

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I'm not sure what to call those variables since I couldn't vary them, which means it's not an independent variable. If that is not the case then you m ...Read More

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