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 received upvote on answer Where is the mass of a Schwarzschild black hole located?
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 posted a comment A conjecture on mass of photon
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 received upvote on answer If the cosmos is expanding, what is the effect on $1/r^2$?
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 posted a comment Why are we trying to quantize gravity but not to "gravitize the quantum"?
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 posted a comment Are energy levels seen in cold-neutron beam in the gravitational potential of the earth a first "proof" of the existence of gravitons?
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 received upvote on answer What phenomena in physics cannot be expressed in terms of differential forms?
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 posted an answer How to write the matrix of the Hamiltonian in case of 2 subspaces?
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 posted an answer What phenomena in physics cannot be expressed in terms of differential forms?
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 received upvote on answer Are energy levels seen in cold-neutron beam in the gravitational potential of the earth a first "proof" of the existence of gravitons?