# Time or motion

Dry, I think entangled particle will actually spin faster..lol

Sry, i think spin would be faster.

Sry, i think spin would be faster.
As you have been told before these particles don't spin like little tops. Additionally, subatomic particles have constant spin, the spin does not change for a given particle regardless of what is happening to the particle.

As you have been told before these particles don't spin like little tops. Additionally, subatomic particles have constant spin, the spin does not change for a given particle regardless of what is happening to the particle.
I heard that knowing the state of one particle allows the information on other paired particle.

I heard that knowing the state of one particle allows the information on other paired particle.
What physicists call spin is not analogous to spin like a top, any more than electron orbitals are analogous to planets orbiting stars.

What physicists call spin is not analogous to spin like a top, any more than electron orbitals are analogous to planets orbiting stars.
I've thought a lot and I don't know if I can make this right little help here.
First we chose a boson and measure its energy,Et. Then it is entangled into two particles each having energy Et/2.one particle is send into black hole. Other is kept at a lab. Then wave function is measured (idk if I am using this right) before the wave function collapses.then we compare Et/2 with the last reading. There must an equation relating wave function and energy or is it the same.

Once the particle enters the BH, we can never verify its state. Sure, our lab electron will tell us which state we expect it to be in, but how would we ever verify it?

I was thinking if particles were entangled their wave function would be same and since the time varies for two particle.one electron would experience time dilation , then to sync either one has to attain mass or lose it. Highs field will come into action. So the measured electron should have greater or lower energy.

And even if they did, I don't see how that would be a problem.

When an ice-skater does a spin, their arms experience time dilation compared to their torso, yet the universe seems to get by. As does the skater.
I feel that the difference is due to change in geometry as for ice skater but what i was saying includes body of same velocity and in geometry is not changing.

I feel that the difference is due to change in geometry as for ice skater but what i was saying includes body of same velocity and in geometry is not changing.
Not sure I follow.
An ice skater is spinning. So is a car tire, and a 33RPM record. Even if they stay in a fixed geometry, their outer edges are moving faster than their centre, so technically, their outer edges experience time and length contraction. Why would that be problem for a hypothetical atomic-sized billiard ball if it's not a problem for an LP or a Goodyear?

Not sure I follow.
An ice skater is spinning. So is a car tire, and a 33RPM record. Even if they stay in a fixed geometry, their outer edges are moving faster than their centre, so technically, their outer edges experience time and length contraction. Why would that be problem for a hypothetical atomic-sized billiard ball if it's not a problem for an LP or a Goodyear?
I saw this video about angular momentum in which ice skater increases her spin by contracting her. I thought question was about why her spin increase.

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Not sure I follow.
An ice skater is spinning. So is a car tire, and a 33RPM record. Even if they stay in a fixed geometry, their outer edges are moving faster than their centre, so technically, their outer edges experience time and length contraction. Why would that be problem for a hypothetical atomic-sized billiard ball if it's not a problem for an LP or a Goodyear?
Sry for weak answer. Imagine universe spining and galaxy and panets were inside a round bottle of water having enough density that it floats in between and imagine the bottle surrounded by f
I saw this video about angular momentum in which ice skater increases her spin by contracting her. I thought question was about why her spin increase.
I am actually not understanding the question here, r u asking why atom interacts weak with time? Please ask me question so elementary level can even understand. Sorry for the trouble.

Okay, newtons law 1st,2nd or 3rd idk. When force is applied on something it fights back with equal strength and knocks out his opponent. Earth size lump of particles will vibrate and in exchange universe will fight back. And what the atom vibrate universe also fights back. But the amount of vibration of earth will be greater and atom will be much smaller. smaller.

So on a wider scale atom and subatomic particles flow with time with a little variation.

I don't know how. But if I had to imagine it. I would put a satellite between sun and earth (receiver) and fire a laser light making it travel through the curved space to earth. The distance between satellite and earth would already be known. More data would be gather to get an average. Then again the laser light would be fired in between earth and satellite having same distance as the previous one but this time there would be no curve in space.then we can compare the data gathered.
Essentially that experience has already been done. Look up "Shapiro delay" if you're interested.

Another way would be to entangle two particle and fire the other one in curved space. While the particle travel through the curved space we can note the spin down. If the particle begin to spin slower then we will know that motion slows down inside it.
Quantum mechanical spin doesn't work the way you think it works, judging from what you've written.

Ethernos:

Most of your posts aren't making any sense. Please try harder, or I might assume you're simply here to troll.

Ethernos:

Most of your posts aren't making any sense. Please try harder, or I might assume you're simply here to troll.
Sry, i am not here to troll...sincerely..

:::integral R=(1/C^2) x integral √over (E1 x E2 x G divided by F).
E= energy
F= force