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    Explain Conservation laws and illustrations of conservation laws (Conservation of mass-energy, electric charge, linear momentum and angular momentum) ?

    Conservation laws: The law which states that,

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    Briefly list out the name of all the branches of physics?

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    Fermi paradox (E. Fermi): E. Fermi's inference, simplified with the phrase, "Where are they?" questioning that when the Galaxy is filled with intelligent and scientific civilizations, why haven't they come to us hitherto? There are nu

  • Q : Define Uniformity principle Uniformity

    Uniformity principle (E.P. Hubble): The principle which the laws of physics here and now are not dissimilar, at least qualitatively, from the laws of physics in preceding or future epochs of time, or somewhere else in the Universe. This principle was

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  • Q : Explain Stefan-Boltzmann law

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