Master in Physics (expected 2015), University of Antwerp

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accepted How to run a script after testing my .exe in Visual Studio
Mar
19
awarded Autobiographer
Mar
19
asked How to run a script after testing my .exe in Visual Studio
Mar
15
awarded Scholar
Mar
15
comment What does the orange bouncing thing in the progress bar in VLC mean?
Welp so I stumbled upon a bug without even knowing!
Mar
15
accepted What does the orange bouncing thing in the progress bar in VLC mean?
Feb
25
awarded Student
Feb
24
awarded Editor
Feb
24
revised What does the orange bouncing thing in the progress bar in VLC mean?
added 94 characters in body
Feb
24
comment What does the orange bouncing thing in the progress bar in VLC mean?
I don't see how the bouncing would reflect the size of the buffer, surely it would be similar to Youtube's grey bar that runs ahead of the progress marker.
Feb
24
comment What does the orange bouncing thing in the progress bar in VLC mean?
Yes it moves from left to right, bounces a couple of times and then it goes the other way round.
Feb
24
comment Share reputation between Stack Exchange sites
Also I don't want to whore reputation just so I can post an image.
Feb
24
comment Share reputation between Stack Exchange sites
@SahilMahajanMj yeah but if you know how to decently format a question about configuring a server, then it's very likely that you also know how to ask a question about baking a cake. I could not insert an inline image on Superuser and a few seconds later someone edited my post for me to have that exact image. What's the point? Will people with 200 rep in SO suddenly go insane and spam the fuck out of other stack exchanges? It's just the small privileges like upvoting a comment or posting an inline image that should not be kept away from people with a decent SE history (regardless which SE)
Feb
24
asked What does the orange bouncing thing in the progress bar in VLC mean?
Jan
12
comment Twin Paradox: Still a Paradox?
You might want to read this
Jan
10
comment Is this pseudo science or real: code found in superstring
I would still like some clarification as to why the question is unclear. It is a yes/no question, I don't think it can get much clearer than that.
Jan
10
comment How to calculate the magnetic and electric fields in an electrical system with arbitrary geometry?
"What mathematical and computational tools exist to calculate the fields around an electrical system of arbitrary geometry?" Seems like a computational physics question, so he should be allowed to post it here or in scicomp. Also see the last bullet of the first paragraph here. He is not specifically asking for software to solve a concrete problem. He's interested in the general techniques.
Jan
10
awarded Excavator
Jan
10
revised Is this pseudo science or real: code found in superstring
Summarized what the OP was asking and made the question clear.
Jan
10
comment Is this pseudo science or real: code found in superstring
What about the mainstream physics policy: " In the case of modern physics, if a theory has not been published in a reputable journal, it is not considered mainstream." and "No, questions and answers about non mainstream physics are not allowed here." as was stated here. I did not find any reputable journals that published the article in the OP. Thus either the question gets closed for the correct reason, or allow the OP to be edited and reopened.
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