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Since photons are said to be the force carrier of electromagnetic force, does it mean that photons get transferred from golf club to golf ball?
asked Jun 12 at 10:47
Is there a name for what Feynman called a fundamental constant i.e. "ratio of electrical repulsion to gravitational attraction between electrons"?
asked May 20 at 15:35
Thought experiment: Does "artificial gravity" created in a spinning spaceship last forever?
asked Apr 21 at 7:29
In situations where you aren't compelled to pick high ISO (low light/needing a high shutter speed), is there ever a reason to NOT prefer low ISO?
asked Jun 18 at 10:19
Is it normal for RAW files to have lens distortion? How best to deal with it?
asked Jun 28 at 13:58
What is this kind of photograph of a sort of frame-by-frame of runners called?
asked Jul 25 at 5:18
Is the speed of light through a medium invariant, just like the speed of light through vacuum is invariant? Also, do time dilation etc. still occur?
asked Jun 10 at 15:11
Does adding cold water to evaporative air coolers actually produce colder air?
asked May 1 at 14:01
Is the histogram that's shown on a DSLR different from the histogram of the same image shown in Lightroom?
asked Sep 5 at 12:07
Horizontal Rack of blocks revisited a.k.a. if it were on top of lava, which block would you choose to stand on?
asked Apr 16 at 14:31
Why does mass limit acceleration?
Why did we expect gravitational mass and inertial mass to be different?
How is Newton's first law of motion different from Galileo's law of inertia? If the two are the same, then why is the first law named after Newton?
Is "speed relative to the universe" a well-defined concept?
Do Newton's laws of motion imply no physical difference between different inertial frames of reference?
Why can no observer measure proper time here?
Can a person on the equator jump up higher into the air at sunset than at sunrise?
Does gravity get stronger the higher up you are on a mountain?
Center of mass for a homogenous cube without one side
With no frame of reference, which one is moving?
The one-way speed of light and a YouTube video
Speed due to gravity
Varying the height of a projectile and effect on range-experiment
Can Newton's first law truly be tested on earth?
What does it mean for the gravitational force to be "between" two bodies?
Why is velocity a vector?
Why ground water is cold during summer and hot during winter?