The main purpose of this thread apart from general discussion is to discover what the terminology is used to describe the phenomena of a light source "appearing" at it's location when all we have is light info inside our eyes to deduce this from. (for the purposes of future research)]]>

Length-contraction-magnetic-force between arbitrary currents]]>

See the question (What is the motion of a particle at any...

Correlating Newtonian Model with Einstein's GR]]>

f=(1-v^2/c^2) / ( 1-v^2*sin^2(θ)/c^2 )^1.5

where v is the velocity of the charge relative to the stationary test charge, θ the angle between v and the radius vector between the two and c the speed of light.

For v/c<<1, we can use a Taylor...

Relativistic Coulomb Force]]>

Kirk goes into a " right angle torus " to get out of the tracter beam , holding the Enterprise .

My question is , how do we visualize this , right angle torus ?

What is the ship doing , physically ? In space .

I thought that Star Trek was liner , two dimensional . Because visually it never went up or down , three dimensionally .

But listening more closely the ship moved in three dimensional space ....

Right Angle Torus ? Means ?]]>

* All particles in the universe can interact with each other.

* We are systems of particles.

* Observation is interaction.

* We suppose we can

* Physics would be impossible if there were special observers.

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In this paper we examine a possible physical mechanism for gravitational attraction via time dilation. We appeal, by analogy, to the correlation between a...

Causal Mechanism for Gravity]]>

Does it prove there was no physical reality in the past at the slits, prior to the pulling away of the film for our conscious observation to happen? Does it prove there can actually be no matter, space and time independent of conscious observers? Why or why not?]]>

Displays as:

\(\frac{-b\pm\sqrt{b^2-4ac}}{2a}\)

I wonder if someone who is good at LaTex could write a short tutorial of the basics, with some common SciForums examples? I'll write one up myself, but I'm a complete beginner at LaTex so it will take a little while.

In the meantime,...

Displaying equations using Tex]]>

A former colleague of mine in a position to know about such things once told me that solid hydrogen is not a superconductor.

Perhaps, perhaps not, but now two Harvard physicists claim to have discovered that by adding more pressure to diatomic hydrogen than it would experience at the center of the Earth, the atoms have dissociated into...

Solid Hydrogen]]>

When two particles are moving at same velocity, the relative velocity between them is zero and it can be said that the particles are at rest relative to each other. If the motion of a particle is also compared with itself, the particle can be consider at rest with relative to itself.

We know that our universe is expanding. But if we compare the expansion of our universe, with relative to our universe...

Universe is at rest?]]>

Points for discussion:

1. Is this phenomenon causal?

2. Is it simply Heisenberg Uncertainty principle on Energy/Time, then should it not be prevalent everywhere?

3. What is the minimum and maximum possible energy of such particles? If there is any limit.

3. Are we looking for some cause behind or the concept is fully consistent requiring no further research on basic aspects?

4. Will the Quantum Gravity, throw some further light on this? Point is,...

Quantum Fluctuation : Causal]]>

So I can show, even if I have to use truth tables, that (if a then b) = (if a then a and b).

And I know (if a then b) = (not a or b).

So I seem to have (not a or b) = (not a or (a and b)).

Then there is (if a then b else c). This is equivalent to ((if a then b) or (if not a then c)), because a can't be both true and false. Or should it be ((if a then b) and (if not a then c))?]]>

You play a game with four balls: One ball is red, one is blue, one is green and one is yellow. They are placed in a box. You draw a ball out of the box at random and note its color. Without replacing the first ball, you draw a second ball and then paint it to match the color of the first. Replace both balls,...

Over-thinking the stochastic painting of spheres withdrawn from a box]]>

Assume there is water.

During the descent , in the TRIESTE Could they measure difference in gravity and compare it with the surface water ?]]>

Obviously no since your alive in the future, but...

I'm going to give you two solutions.

The Grandfather Paradox]]>

85 % of matter we cannot find , Is the theory real or mathematical fudge factor ?

The electron beam at Jefferson Laboratory creates copious photons in the hopes that a few...

Having hard time finding Dark matter]]>