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Comment Post #285373 I really have problems understanding why you posted the question and the answer. I think it likely is not very useful to others because they as well will not understand why you are trying to achieve and where the problem is.
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9 months ago
Comment Post #285373 You throw the reader right into the action. That may or may not work well. It would be better to first state what you want to achieve, then how you think you can solve the problem and third your approach and what it yielded. As it is, one has to guess a lot why you did what you did here.
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9 months ago
Comment Post #285324 Then something that is not obviously wrong but not obviously right and useful either. It might even come down to personal opinion. Outdated by itself is not a very useful category. Better to say what aspects are right or wrong.
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10 months ago
Comment Post #285324 ... probably because it's not really correct or too simplified or not a useful concept. Classic example is [Aether](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aether_theories).
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10 months ago
Edit Post #284050 Post edited:
put whole problem in quote and slightly improved title
10 months ago
Suggested Edit Post #284050 Suggested edit:
put whole problem in quote and slightly improved title
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helpful 10 months ago
Edit Post #283985 Post edited:
I think the second question is actually the more physical one and the comment by the poster was helpful to understand the question. Added it.
10 months ago
Suggested Edit Post #283386 Suggested edit:
more specific title
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pending 10 months ago
Suggested Edit Post #283985 Suggested edit:
I think the second question is actually the more physical one and the comment by the poster was helpful to understand the question. Added it.
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helpful 10 months ago
Edit Post #284890 Post edited:
reduced emphasis, removed unnecessary information, reduced size of images
10 months ago
Comment Post #281198 @#54128 But what is the temperature in 6km depth? I only remember something like 1degC per 100m, so maybe 60deg or more or less in 6km depth. Might not be enough to make water boiling?
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Suggested Edit Post #284890 Suggested edit:
reduced emphasis, removed unnecessary information, reduced size of images
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helpful 10 months ago