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If your question is more physics and less philosophy, consider asking it on Physics.SE (possibly with the soft-question tag).

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Outside the event horizon of a black hole, quantum field theory and General Relativity are completely sufficient for understanding the physics of what occurs; that is what Hawking radiation is. But ev …
asked Oct 27 '18 by The Last Jedi
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Democritus's model stated that matter consists of invisible particles called atoms and a void (empty space). He stated that atoms are indestructible and unchangeable. Also that they are homogenous, me …
asked Mar 18 '18 by The Last Jedi
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A.R. Estakhr says that in the real world nothing can move faster than the speed of light. Well, he is not alone in this regard, and Einstein had similar views. But he goes on to say, "If something i …
asked Mar 13 '18 by The Last Jedi
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Mind–body dualism, or mind–body duality, is a view in the philosophy of mind that mental phenomena are, in some respects, non-physical, or that the mind and body are distinct and separable. Isn't Min …
asked Mar 14 '18 by The Last Jedi