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12:27 PM
So the new record between edit suggestion and the approval is now close to two months: meta.mathoverflow.net/review/suggested-edits/1514 (It's a tag-excerpt on meta.)
Dec 20 '18 at 14:37, by Martin Sleziak
@MartinSleziak When I have mentioned longest time for edit suggestions, I could have mentioned separately edits to tag-info and edits to posts - to get a bit nicer formatting.
Dec 20 '18 at 14:37, by Martin Sleziak
Of course, on meta there are only suggested edits to tag-info.
 
 
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6:47 PM
I have added Wayback Machine link for one of the dead links in this answer, for the other one I do not see a link there: The “Dzhanibekov effect” - an exercise in mechanics or fiction? Explain mathematically a video from a space station
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A: The "Dzhanibekov effect" - an exercise in mechanics or fiction? Explain mathematically a video from a space station

David E SpeyerIn English-speaking physics classes, this is usually called the "Tennis Racket Theorem", because a tennis racket is a good example of a physical object with three widely separated moments of inertia. If you look in this video, you can see the 180 degree flip you describe taking place here on Eart...

The last link has gone dead. Wikipedia gives the reference as: Mark S. Ashbaugh, Carmen C. Chicone and Richard H. Cushman, The Twisting Tennis Racket, Journal of Dynamics and Differential Equations, Volume 3, Number 1, 67-85 (1991). — dmckee Apr 28 '14 at 13:35
I have added a Wayback Machine link for one of the dead links. For the other one I did not find one, but based on the filename I suppose it is the paper Ashbaugh, Mark S.; Chicone, Carmen C.; Cushman, Richard H. (January 1991). "The Twisting Tennis Racket". Journal of Dynamics and Differential Equations. 3 (1): 67–85. doi.org/10.1007/BF01049489 (It is behind a paywall, maybe somebody can find a freely available version.) — Martin Sleziak 1 min ago
 

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