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Physical travel to the past may not be possible but the past information can be traced from the present.
Post by: hansda, Apr 12, 2018 in forum: SciFi & Fantasy
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### Inertia and Relativity

Ohh. I was not knowing this.
Post by: hansda, Apr 11, 2018 in forum: Alternative Theories
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Past may not exist but the past data is not lost. The past data is stored as a memory in the present.
Post by: hansda, Apr 11, 2018 in forum: SciFi & Fantasy
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### Inertia and Relativity

Based on my equation E=mc^2=hf=Iw^2k_2=Lwk_2 , I have written a small paper. This can be seen here...
Post by: hansda, Apr 9, 2018 in forum: Alternative Theories
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Is it that, past merges with the present?
Post by: hansda, Apr 9, 2018 in forum: SciFi & Fantasy
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### Inertia and Relativity

Why do you think so? Can you elaborate?
Post by: hansda, Apr 6, 2018 in forum: Alternative Theories
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### Yang–Mills and Mass Gap

Mass generation basically is symmetry breaking.
Post by: hansda, Apr 2, 2018 in forum: Physics & Math
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### Yang–Mills and Mass Gap

So in Higgs mechanism also you can get photon.
Post by: hansda, Apr 2, 2018 in forum: Physics & Math
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### Yang–Mills and Mass Gap

I am talking about minimum frequency.
Post by: hansda, Apr 2, 2018 in forum: Physics & Math
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### Yang–Mills and Mass Gap

In pair production also you get photon particles along with massive particles.
Post by: hansda, Apr 2, 2018 in forum: Physics & Math
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### Yang–Mills and Mass Gap

For c and f, you put the same unit of time and put numerical value of f as 1.
Post by: hansda, Apr 2, 2018 in forum: Physics & Math
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### Yang–Mills and Mass Gap

Ok. Here r=\frac{2c}{\pi f}
Post by: hansda, Apr 2, 2018 in forum: Physics & Math
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### Yang–Mills and Mass Gap

So, the minimum mass will be E=mc^2=h or m=\frac{h}{c^2} .
Post by: hansda, Apr 2, 2018 in forum: Physics & Math