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comment If a baby is born on an international flight over international waters, what nationality are they?
FWIW, via Jus Sanguinis, a child born anywhere in the world can take the nationality of his or her parents (if their country supports that scheme, most do). As a US citizen (by birth) of Indian origin, I have the opportunity to easily get an Indian citizenship, and then switch back (without too many hassles) if I want.
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comment Does large acceleration have to cause damage to the human body?
Please be nice.
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comment Books for fractals in physics - question undelete
@EmilioPisanty probably because it wasn't allowed according to the policies at that time (policies which have changed now. The rbook recommendation policy has gone from being permissive in the early days, to very restrictive after SE decided that they wanted to cut down on poll-ish questions being conducted, to permissive again when we created the new book rec policy on meta.
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comment Books for fractals in physics - question undelete
@EmilioPisanty I meant now :)
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comment Books for fractals in physics - question undelete
Usually with such questions it's a good idea to add your own wiki answer that consolidates the non-descriptive answers, and then flag for bookification.
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comment Do we want and need a set of canonical questions with canonical answers?
I might give a longer answer later, but for now: O support this. Regarding the [tag:faq] tag, it's one of the few meta tags that's used on many SE sites, and is IMO an okay tag to have -- it's for a very specific and rare type of question and should be removed from anything else.
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comment An electron has no known internal structure, does that imply it has an unknown one?
From whatever scattering experiments we have done, the electron seems to exhibit no further break down. Spin is a property that doesn't require "spinning" particles. It can just exist as a property of the particle.
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comment Misleading chat usercard on SE 2.0 chat
Thanks! @MartijnPieters whoa, I have a lot more badges than I thought I did ;P
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