Yang–Mills and Mass Gap]]>

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String theory is like a begging dog around a Christmas dinner table, waiting for quantum mechanics to at least throw it a bone. But what are the mathematical strides it has made?]]>

When we move the ''sponge'' at ground level the ''sponge'' absorbs less, so emits less.

When the ''sponge''travels further way from the ground, the ''water'' becomes less dense, and the ''sponge'' absorbs less and emits less.

When the ''sponge'' approaches the sun, the ''water'' gets thicker again, and the sponge will absorb more ''water'' than it can emit , the ''sponge''...

Field density question about time dilation?]]>

see the description of the construction

slider - $alpha$ -select the angle

slider - point P - ruler with a socket, point Q must be line n]]>

Light, a generalised term we use for electromagnetic radiation. Light can be classed in two categories:

1)Visible light

This is light you can see with your eyes that has a wave-length between 400nm-700nm. More simply the colours you see.

(Do not worry I will explain wave-lengths later)

2)Detectable light

This is light that can be...

The beginners guide to light!]]>

Numbers increase as follows:

0-9 (Units)

10 (Tens)

100 (Hundreds)

1000 (Thousands)

10,000 (Ten-Thousands)

100,000 (Hundred-Thousands)

1,000,000 (Millions)

Surely what follows is Ten-Millions, Hundred-Millions, Thousand-Millions, and so on? So then, there is some contention between the United States and Great-Britain. I maintain a Billion has twelve zero's, and a trillion twenty-four...

1,000,000 (A Million)...

The largest number?]]>

srki_function.pdf]]>

manipulating electrons and quarks to negate gravity]]>

The idea is to

- curate the best explanations for various levels of understanding (laymen, students, researchers).

- be a platform where people can publish new explanations and to help students discover them.

- offer roadmaps for people who want to learn some topic but don't know how.

The...

A Travel Guide for Physics]]>

The No-Acceleration Scenario Does NOT Resolve the Twin "Paradox"]]>

1) If you have two spinning balls orbiting around each other, would traveling toward the objects at near the speed of light make the two balls APPEAR to be orbiting/spinning faster? Why or why not?]]>

This can be calculated if the radius of gyration, R, is also known, using Steiner's formula (if you know what it is, which you should if you studied 1st year physics).

My question is, is the moment of inertia: a (1,1) tensor, a (2,0) tensor, or a (o,2) tensor?

Explain your answer.

Also explain how the tensor

Tensors and moment of inertia]]>

So what do these measurements of [ct] actually mean physically?

If we were conducting a scientific experiment ,and the experimenter is situated at the origin how does he or she make these two measurements so as to uniquely quantify a point on the graph?

Is "t" counted by ,theoretically any...

The physical interpretation of the Minkowski spacetime diagram]]>

Has any prominent physicist ever admitted to not understanding magnetism?]]>

The orbit earth at speed of light example confuses me. I've hear this for along time, A man launches in a spaceship and orbits earth near the speed of light for an hour, when he lands again, everyone has...

Laymen question about relativity]]>

9 Nov 2017:

Abstract:

The second law permits the prediction of the direction of natural processes, thus defining a thermodynamic arrow of time. However, standard thermodynamics presupposes the absence of initial correlations between interacting systems. We here experimentally demonstrate the reversal of the arrow of time for two initially quantum correlated spins-1/2,...

Reversing the Thermodynamic Arrow of Time:]]>

From what i understand when we measure gravity its between 2 masses?

My question is asking if their is a gravity exertion to mass ratio?]]>