Hi exchemist!How do we know we won't catch a nasty virus from visiting this site?
And why can't you raise whatever issue you want to discuss here, where we can all see it?
Hi exchemist!
There is no danger of catching a virus, it is never my intention. You are right why we just discuss the subject here.
Anyway, I will start with the core argument (thought experiment) where my entire work is based:"Assuming you have a stationary charge trapped between two opposing photons of the same Energy. What is the expected total momentum and Energy of the charged particle under these conditions?".
Since the stationary charge absorbed these two photons, why the Energy is zero or in relativistic terms equals to rest Energy? You just violated the Energy conservation.the kinetic energy of the particle or object, again with respect to the frame of reference of the observer, will be zero (subject to any zero point fluctuation), but this may not be the only energy possessed by the particle or object.
Exactly this sentence shows your confusion or better you afraid to think on your feet. Why I say this? It is not towards you but in general. Since year (more than 100 years) Science discarded/replaced consisted fundamental logic with abstract arguments and mathematics that have nothing to do with reality.but this may not be the only energy possessed by the particle or object
exchemist, just do not be afraid to think on your feet. It is a thought experiment, see my answers below:
-Assuming a stationary (null initial momentum) charge interacting from his left and right simultaneously by single photons. It means both the left and right strike (better interact) the electron at the same instant.
-"opposing photons" I mean same Energy and opposite momentum where in the middle of them is placed a stationary charge.
-A particle is stationary in respect to a stationary space. We have only a charge and two photons, nothing else and nothing more.
-Right. The momentum is zero.
Since the stationary charge absorbed these two photons, why the Energy is zero or in relativistic terms equals to rest Energy? You just violated the Energy conservation.
Why are you insulting me?
When a charged particle is trapped between two photons what other can that be? I did not tell you something new. It is your problem when you do not get what means "trapped between two photons". Maybe my English are not so perfect as you expect. In other words this trap of photons is called standing wave. Claiming my work as crap and me as idiot you just reveal your biased ideas about people.
I also do not care to discuss with people like you. Open minded, thinking on their feet means no biased people.
- if stationary means with respect to the observer then the momentum will obviously be zero.
- the KINETIC ENERGY of the particle or object, again with respect to the frame of reference of the observer, will be zero (subject to any zero point fluctuation), but this may not be the only energy possessed by the particle or object.
The KINETIC ENERGY IS ZERO.Since the stationary charge absorbed these two photons, WHY THE ENERGY IS ZERO or in relativistic terms equals to rest Energy? You just violated the Energy conservation.
Exactly! But the total is above the rest Energy. This leads to the paradox. I presented the same arguments to another forum and they said that it is simply impossible since I did not take into consideration the Uncertainty Principle. In few words they claim that it can never occur in nature because the setup is impossible.The KINETIC ENERGY IS ZERO.
The KINETIC ENERGY IS ZERO.
Ioannis,
After seeing your post # 10, I must say that Exchemist must apologise to you....
If it is stationary electron then I don't understand that what the Uncertainty principle will do to this electron when two same energetic photons are striking it from opposite direction...!I presented the same arguments to another forum and they said that it is simply impossible since I did not take into consideration the Uncertainty Principle.
If it is stationary electron then I don't understand that what the Uncertainty principle will do to this electron when two same energetic photons are striking it from opposite direction...!
yes-yes--when one clicks on his site--this should have been a red flag instantly:This is crap and you are evidently an idiot. I'm out of this discussion.
In our case the electron is bounded by two photons that is the whole story. In a few words this setup is called "electron is trapped within a standing wave" (it requires two photons).A free, that is, unbound, electron cannot absorb a photon.