I think I discovered a new particle, I need your opinion.

Discussion in 'Pseudoscience' started by victorespinoza, Jul 5, 2013.

  1. There is a particle that moves the airwaves of NASA in outer space. I've discovered that this particle is cold and is heated in the Solar System. For this reason, I say that I discovered a new particle in space.

    I want your opinion and discussion to test my theory that there is a particle that is cold in space.

    Very affectionately,
    Víctor Elias Espinoza Guedez
     
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  3. Enmos Registered Senior Member

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    Well, duh..
    Space is cold.
    There are particles in space.
    Conclusion: There are cold particles in space.
    Some discovery...

    By the way, what do you mean by "a particle that moves the airwaves of NASA"?
    You mean to say that there is a particle that moves NASA's radio-broadcasts around? lol
     
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  5. Aqueous Id flat Earth skeptic Valued Senior Member

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    You discovered the photon?
     
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  7. Enmos Registered Senior Member

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    Can a photon be said to have a temperature?
     
  8. But at night there are no photons and the temperature is environmental, the temperature of the universe is much greater in cold.
     
  9. Enmos Registered Senior Member

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    Wut?
     
  10. Aqueous Id flat Earth skeptic Valued Senior Member

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    Hah! Good catch.

    I would hate to drag actual science into such a purely nonsensical rant, but ... depending on how we define terms we can relate energy to temperature by Planck's law which leaves it to the imagination what he might mean by a 'cold photon' if that was even remotely his meaning, which I doubt, since he lives in a world that doesn't strive for meaning.
     
  11. Arioch Valued Senior Member

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    Wait, there are no photons at night? How do I see then?
     
  12. If I get into a room and turn off the light, I do not see anything, or feel the cold of the universe, but a normal temperature.

    And I'm going to sweat by the heat.
     
  13. arauca Banned Banned

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    The fact that you can see stars flickering and the moon shining i believe there are emission of photons and thy hit your retina, Now if you were blind you would not see, just like a typical atheist there is light but because he does not have a good retina there fore he cannot see God, How about it.
     
  14. Arioch Valued Senior Member

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    Do you know what a rhetorical question is Arauca?
     
  15. I do not know.
     
  16. Arioch Valued Senior Member

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    Basically it's a question that needn't be answered. Of course there are photons at night, I couldn't see if there weren't.
     
  17. And rooms without light or photons are hot or cold?
     
  18. origin In a democracy you deserve the leaders you elect. Valued Senior Member

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    The only particle you've disovered is in your head. You can take that anyway you like...
     
  19. Arioch Valued Senior Member

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    They can be either. Photons aren't packets of thermal energy, they're packets of electromagnetic energy. Yes, a photon striking something will heat it up, but that's because the act of striking it will cause it to vibrate, which is all heat really is.
     
  20. Why a room without photons in the night heats?
     
  21. Arioch Valued Senior Member

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    Because photons are not the only possible "source" of heat. Rubbing your hands together also produces heat, this time through friction.
     
  22. But if the composition of the universe is highly cold. Perhaps I am right that the universe is a particle which cools and heats up.
     
  23. Captain Kremmen All aboard, me Hearties! Valued Senior Member

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    What name would you give to your new particle?
     

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