TheWrongSolution8 karma2018-09-23 20:15:27 UTC
With so many flight sims already on the market, how will you distinguish Balsa from all the others? More importantly, how will you distinguish it from KSP minus the rockets?
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TheWrongSolution8 karma2021-05-30 22:12:28 UTC
How does a company that does science communication work? Where does the revenue come from?
TheWrongSolution3 karma2013-03-10 08:49:42 UTC
Can you scratch your back with that horn thing of yours?
TheWrongSolution3 karma2015-10-30 02:11:23 UTC
I have heard that most meteors in a meteor shower are the size of sand grains. How is this measured or estimated?
TheWrongSolution1 karma2019-03-10 19:38:17 UTC
Perhaps I missed something about the light beam experiment, can you help me clarify something? I understand that they first intended to use a blue laser, but the dispersion of the laser beam was too large in that distance to produce a point of light small enough to be measured precisely. They then modified their experiment by using a non-collimated light source, shine it through two consecutive holes to collimate the beam, and then use a camera as light sensor to detect the beam at distance. My question is, if a strong laser isn't good enough to produce a coherent beam over that distance, how is it that two holes in cardboards were able to remedy the dispersion problem?
Not a flat earther trying to rationalize their failure, I'm just genuinely curious.
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