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12:16 AM
Refering to the discussion "Does helium ionization process release energy?" physics.stackexchange.com/questions/491850/…
 
Can anyone confirm his claim that n leq 23 from a 90 degree bend radius? I cannot confirm his result from any of my calculations
https://defproc.co.uk/blog/lattice-hinge-design-minimum-bend-radius/
 
 
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1:48 AM
Conductor can be insulator in high frequency. Can someone give some reference?
 
 
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3:53 AM
@CangYe hi :-)
I'm in the UK so when you posted it was 1 a.m. for me :-)
I'm generally around from 04:00 to 12:00 UTC (05:00 to 13:00 UK time)
 
waiting to hear back from an instructor application: stressful
writing the reply email when they say they're interested: somehow even more stressful
 
^ but exciting
 
@JohnRennie hi.
 
@Nobodyrecognizeable hi :-)
 
4:33 AM
@JohnRennie you're up early
 
@RyanUnger I get up about 5 a.m. (it's currently 05:34 in the UK). How quickly I get to the chat room depends on how zombified I am :-)
 
 
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6:38 AM
@JohnRennie that's often when I go to bed these days.
A Nordic country would reply you who fills that position you apply for and have a time period when you can repeal.
But they only tell you the name of that position winner, so how can you find information to repeal?
 
@CaptainBohemian when I was a student I would stay up late and get up late, just like you. Over the years I've gradually shifted earlier and earlier. I still sleep for the same number of hours, I've just shifted them to earlier in the day.
 
last morning close to 5 am I went out to try the luck of capturing the view of partial lunar eclipse though I think it's very unlikely to catch the eclipsed moon whose altitude was like 3 to 4 degrees. Indeed, I can't see the moon at all. The buildings around are so high that it seems unlikely to see a celestial object at so low altitude. I keep wanting to see Mercury but seem to have not had that luck.
 
7:11 AM
the night before yesterday I did saw the apparently full moon with a star-like object on its right which should be Saturn. The Earthsky says [The moon sweeps 0.2 degree south of Saturn as seen from the center of the Earth on July 16, at 7:27 UTC. From the Earth’s surface, the moon passes farther away from Saturn at more northerly latitudes, yet closer to Saturn at more southerly latitudes.]
I am in the northen latitude, but I saw the Saturn is more like to be the east, rather than south, of the moon.
 
8:02 AM
Can this be flagged as Not An Answer? physics.stackexchange.com/a/477405/123208
 

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