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Ask a physics and astronomy genius anything about the universe.

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Only a fool would take anything posted here as fact.

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Ask a physics and astronomy genius anything about the universe.
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>>601492024
Where is other life fgt?
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What is dark matter?
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>>601492024
>>sci
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is the neutrino it on anti particle
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>>601492307
inb4 ultraviolet hydrogen
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>>601492024
what exactly happens with physics in a black hole, behind the event horizon

>inb4 Nobody knows
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>>601492233
Other life exists everywhere. There are extremophiles that like in lava and inside nuclear reactors. Clisest is deep beliw Mars surface. Or the many oceanic moons such as tritan. Also the intergalactic counsil.
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explain string theory in greentext
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>>601492024
Why do niggers nig?
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>>601492233
>>601492679
implying this has anything to do with physics
>mfw
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what makes you think you're a physics and astronomy genius that knows anything about the universe?
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>>601492602
I posted this in the other thread its been clarified.

Well a black hole is where gravity is 2-3x the normal rate this causes matter to turn into time which can not be seen without a ultraspectrometer microscope. Hence why we call it "black" since time cant be seen and matter is turned the time spirals like a slinky in a whirlpool. When the matter gets converted theres another factor to consider there are anti ions in the atom. This means the electrons are the center and the larger proton neutroni orbit the electron this is why gravity is 2-3x sometimes even 4x the normal rate. The reversed atom also reflects photons into the other universe. We have only proven there is one other universe we get our time from its matter in its black holes and our matter gives the other universe photons which is why there space is White and there stars are black. Also in the other universe there are no atoms only what we call condensed photons. These condensed photons weigh a mere fraction of our atoms but have many similar properties. The condensed photons move at 1/7 the speed of light, causing them to appear as ripples when we look through the black hole which is kind of like a star from the other universe. But when one of our black holes collapses it produces dozens of miniture nebulas such as the great lion one. this nebula produces our planets and stars. Well back to the black hole and time particles. We have recently been able to convert the time particles back into two types of mattee. White and Dark matter. We believe the dark matter is responsible for such phenomena such as the speed of light triplin. but only if the time particle is 3 times smaller than a quark. Well anyway the black hole is basically a warp or blitz into our alternate but very active other universe. We exchange our matter via black holes for them to have time. And they have the white ones which they exchange time ions for us to have light and gravity.
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>>601492719
>theory
>strings and shit
>other shit
>e+mc2
>???
>prophet
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If I configure an electrons north/south pole in a 45 degree angle to my magnetic detector.
Why is the only thing that changes when I measure it the probabilities of releasing a photon and not the energy output itself?
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>physics and astronomy genius
>Posts a picture of Bohr's model

Sure thing m8
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>>601492719
>String theory
>microscopic ten dimensional particles
>Quantum level
>Random quantization
>About 78^12 known string each exponent for 12 known dimensions
>Strings that are long are time
>Strings coiled up count for gravity
>Small strings photons
>Infinite length strings gravity
>Few basics have a ton more knowledge
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What prevents bodies with mass from getting as fast as light?
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>>601492983
bonker status : clonked
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>>601492024

Where did I leave my keys?
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>>601493463
The spinning electrons are in sync with the poles. In theory we could use a lodestone or magnetic asteroid to Slightly even signifigantly alter the earths poles
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>>601493513
>Not Bohr's model
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>>601493619
Mass.
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>>601493619
The time particles are the relative figure. As stated above weve converted time particles into dark matter which has up to tripled the speed of light
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>>601492024
pic related
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>>601493576
man that seems like a retarded stoner theory
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Why did you post a picture of the clearly outdated atom model
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Theoretical objects with no mass moving at lightspeed do not experience time, right?
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>>601493037
kek'd
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>>601492983
>Gravity rate
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>>601492024
How are atoms split in nuclear reactors?
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Explain Quantum Fluctuation to me!!!
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>>601492024
Describe an extra dimension.
That is to say, one that isn't our 3 plus time.
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Let's say, hypothetically, there is a star made of ice. What would happen if that collided into a normal star? #questions #wantanswers

Also, again hypothetically, what would win an all out "battle for the belt"- a trillion lions or our sun? #question2
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>>601492024
If you had an unbendable pole one light year long and rotated it around 360 degrees, what would happen? Since nothing can go faster than the speed of light, would space bend or....?
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Be rite back eating. Will continue answering questions
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>>601494394
Right.
Photons
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>>601494744
In this case, I would describe extra dimensions as an extra cartesian coordinate, but time doesn't work like that though - Relativity!
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>>601493874

That doesn't answer the question why the probabilities of releasing a photon changes but not the energy output itself.

If you flip the poles 180 degrees of an electron the magnetic radiation released is a photon, yes?

So if I angle the electron at a 90 degree angle using another set of magnets, I should get a half photon.
But no, you get a 50% chance of getting a photon and 50% chance of getting nothing.
It is seemingly random and unpredictable.
If I angle it at 45 degrees I have a 75% chance of getting nothing and 25% chance of getting a photon.
You are getting a 180 degree flip or a 0 degree flip. There are no other possible outcomes of this experiment.

What happened to all the possibilities in between Mr. Scientist?
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>>601492024
>genius
>posts outdated model as a picture

topdank
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>>601492024
What is the maximum thrust that a 77 lb 8 year old girl can endure from a penis into her vagina?
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>>601492024
Explain how the sphere of influence works and how it is "gods framework" for reality. Otherwise show us how "UFO" drives work.

>inb4 ufos dont exist
>inb4 no metaphysics
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>>601495108
How are babies made?
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>>601492024
How does the universe infinitly expand, where does it expand and what's behind this?
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are you aware that existence is fractally dimensioned?

>catnip thoughts
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>>601494800
Well the ice would be sublimated into steam.and fizzle the other star causing the stars to create a nebula or black hole possibly even a white hole
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>>601492983
Utter bullshit
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>>601495432
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>>601495493
>answering this question
Lurk moar faggot.
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>>601492024
What's it feel like to waste your time studying impractical science that will be proven wrong/retarded on a level of "the earth is flat" within our lifetimes?
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>>601492024
what about Model31?
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>>601492024
what are the quarks made of?
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>>601492024
Suppose I have a space borne spectro-spatial interferometer operating at terahertz frequencies. What solution would you suggest to the problem of increasing diffraction in the (300-400 micron band) at long baseline separations causing inefficient coupling to the detector in that band? Bare in mind that the collecting aperture must obviously be kept below 4 kelvin. pic related
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>>601495432
Negative cosmological constant. Ain't nobody knows why though
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>>601494830
Implying its a carbon nano tube it wouldnt be moving at the very center. And at the ends would be moving the speed of light. It would create gamma x abd ultraviolet rays at each end vaporising any matter it hits into time particles
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OP sucks.
Real physicist here. Ask away.
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>>601494224nice thisnshouldntruly determine if he is a physics genius. This should be easy for him. Mere child's pay
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>>601496139
How are babies made?
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>>601492024
dafuq is gravity so weak for?

also, what do muons and tau particles actually do?
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>>601492024
What form of energy did big bang produce?
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>>601495847
Quarks are made up of condensed time and possible z strings.
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>>601494830
It would rotate at the speed of sound, not at the speed of light. So before the other end moves, you would have to wait for a long time.
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how can i get laid
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>>601492024
Why is there more antimatter than matter in the universe?
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>>601496265
I second this.
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>>601496249
The man gives the sperm to the woman and then the sperm eats the egg inside of the woman.
The baby starts growing and after about 12 months it is done.
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>>601496139
Whats with you guys and jews?
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There is also the black hole holograph theory which states that a black hole is a glitch and only percieved by lufeforms to be anti gravitational because the gravitrons are actually weightless relative to time. And light doesnt escape a black hole because photons are holographic and have a weight of negative 32.8649 elctrons. But in a vacuum the black hole is basically a figure of another big bang universe where the laws of physics are in constant equalibrium.
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>>601496335
wot's a z string?
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>>601496139
Answer this: >>601495432
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>>601496243
Maybe he doesn't want to do basic vector calculus to help you with your homework.
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>>601496037
>Time particles
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>>601496726
A z string is basically when three normal strings tie together and knot. Producing immense amoumts of gforce in a vacuum
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>>601492024
how do i completely erase a girl from my memory?
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>>601493619
A real answer that's not bullshit. If you look into relativity, you'll find that as objects of mass approach the speed of light, (299 792 458m/s) the object gains more mass and it becomes more difficult to move as to where it approaches such an incredible speed, its mass becomes almos5 infinitely large, which will require a massive, near infinite amount of energy to further accelerate
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>>601497017
find a better one
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>>601497135
Thank you for a non-bullshit and educated answer.
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>>601497009
So how do you get the knot out? Or is it like a knot like you get in your back?
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>>601496783
In an ask thread, OP should be prepared to answer all questions.
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How does time work in a black hole?
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>>601497135
higgs-level shit
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>>601495432
Short answer is dark energy.

Long answer is long. It is a repulsion force that grows over distance.
First of all, you need to learn quantum entanglement. Then you can see the universe as a bunch of harmonic oscillators. Apply Hookes law. Add constant for dark energy times the magnitude which makes it clear that the equilibrium of the oscillators increases for each oscillation thus increases the repulsion force (r*k).

Why does this exist? Nobody knows yet.
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>>601495432
Well basicaly space is like a membrane of empty particulates that have not been turned on. These particles are infinite therefore have no mass but an infinite amount of black light. the time particles also move at 3x the speed of light
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>>601494352
>this.
The fucker claims to know shit about physics and posts an atomic model that has been proven wrong in the beggining of the 20h centruy. Way to go kid
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>>601496574
Holy fuck sauce.
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>>601496037
>>601496392

...right.

Can we get someone who isn't a complete fuckta..

oh wait. It's b.
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>>601492024
If everything is made of strings, what purpose does the g-string serve?
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>>601497135
Well, once mass reaches the speed of light it has no mass and acts like a wave.
If you add more energy you are only doing a Doppler shift and not increasing the speed anymore.
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>>601497372
Well it takes anti neutrinos basically travelling negative speed of light
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Do onions have layers?
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How can i fuck the next door girl?
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>>601497327
No problem anon, it makes sense when someone explains it.
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>>601492024
what is a black hole, and what is a white hole? fucking piece of faggot
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>>601497451
>Black light
>Time particles
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>>601497245
hmm thats actually really good advice thanks, although i don't think there's a better girl that her
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>>601497860
Start by being subtle, ask her. And if that doesn't work, go furious and tell her that she's hot.
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>>601492024
Can steel fuel melt jet beams?
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Is it possible for the LHC to create mini-black holes?
>for the future of mankind, I NEED TO KNOW
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>>601497896
Black holes are where time particles are inverted. Neutrinos are reversed in charge and the speed of light is negative badically. The whitehole is a "black" hole from the other universe thats white with black stars
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How I can study physics if I'm shit with mathematics?
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>>601498265
Well, wouldn't that just cause you to reverse the polarity of the neutron flow?
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>>601498391
How can you eat your pudding if you don't eat your meat?
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>>601498265
>time particles
>negative speed of light
>black stars
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>>601498417
Not quite, but close. The neutrinos become sideways. Sometimes called the bottleneck theory
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What causes light to produce heat upon hitting a surface?
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>>601492024
I wondered about the photon.
If an object approaches c, then times fades slower in comparison to the rest of the universe.
At the speed of light, there is no time anymore for the object. Consequently, the photon everywhere on its way at the same time. The same for the fall into a black hole. The closer you get the more times slows down for you for the observer outside. Consequently you will see the end of the universe before you pass the event horizon, which means you will never fall in. But how the black hole grows, if no matter can fall into it, because of time dilatation?
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>>601497651
It is true, you have to apply compressional waves to it, but in rotation, waves of those nature t4avel at the speed of sound. The More you know about physics, the less sense it seems to make at points.
>inb4 sounds like bullshit
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>>601498475
I can't?
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>>601492024
>>601492024
I wondered about the photon.
If an object approaches c, then times fades slower in comparison to the rest of the universe.
At the speed of light, there is no time anymore for the object. Consequently, the photon everywhere on its way at the same time. The same for the fall into a black hole. The closer you get the more times slows down for you for the observer outside. Consequently you will see the end of the universe before you pass the event horizon, which means you will never fall in. But how the black hole grows, if no matter can fall into it, because of time dilatation?
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Do you have any recommendations for some good books to read in order to gain a basic to mid level understanding of theoretical physics and theories about how the universe works?
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>>601498519
OP is a genius his theories are revolutionary
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>>601492024

Is joining Mensa worth it?
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>>601497409
Thanks anon ;)
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>>601493576
Astrophysics faggot. You didn't even mention the spacetime oscillation (not spacetime as in Minkowski space rather two oscillations, one in space and one in time) which is for me the single most valuable property of superstrings.

You also didn't mention it's not proven.
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>>601492983
tl;dr
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How are atoms split to release nuclear energy, and what makes some atoms have more explosive charge than others?
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>>601492024
wat cosmik disaster is most likely to wipe us out.
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How can we be so sure the speed of light is constant?
I mean we've lived on a tiny spec for a miniscule amount of time, but claim that what we observe is true everywhere and always has been.

Seems to me that the speed of light may be changing rather than the universe expanding.
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>>601499023
Thats the most genius post
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>>601499206
Skynet
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>>601492024
have you ever touched a boob?
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>>601492307
What is dank matter?
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>>601499218
Well as time particles change in speed and weight youre correct.
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>>601492024
why wouldn't you post a picture that depicts probability fields instead of this poor, out-dated bohr-like model of an atom?
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>>601499023
>>601499390
>>601497409
sometimes, /b/ is good

>>601497817
>>601498150
>>601492780

sometimes, /b/ is not so good
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>>601497478
>Claims to know shit about physics
>Proved wrong
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>>601492382
Everyone on sci is a theoretical physicist bro.
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>>601499218
> Take a flashlight
> Stand in an elevator
> Shine it at the ceiling
> Measure the energy and velocity
> Start the elevator moving up
> Measure the energy and velocity
> Speed is constant but energy changes
> Doppler shift, compression of wave length.
> Slight change in color of light.
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>>601498840
ofc they are. How else.
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>>601499023
Stopped at:
>well a
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>>601499218
because, as the velocity of an object increases toward the speed of light, the relative mass (the mass from a reference frame moving, with respect to the object) approaches infinite. It would be impossible to accelerate an infinitely massive object, as mass is a measure of the ability of something to resist change.
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>>601492024
Why is there more antimatter than matter in the universe?
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>>601499010
this
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>>601499958
approaches infinity*
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>>601499655 go back to reddit
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>>601499678
sci is full of smart motherfuckers
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>>601500053
And relativistic mass* I should have said
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>>601492024
What is Hawkin's radiation?
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Well not to mention radioactive light. which is charged with the butterfly quark
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>>601499601
>time particles
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This thread is holy
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>>601498889
For mensa it is.
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>>601492024
Why is an anti proton called anti proton but an anti electron called a positron?
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>>601498751

1. Photon doesn't see the time only for himself. Everything else in the universe still sees him going through space and time since you can't see how does the photon percieve universe.

2. If photon started to get sucked into black hole, he isn't going with the same speed anymore if there is any other force that pushes him in any other way.

3. Black holes don't exist.
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>>601492024
Did you read "The Martian" by Andy Weir.
If yes. How accurate is that book?
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>>601492024

Outside of the universe is there empty space, or is it a land of no physical properties or time?

I guess I'm asking if spacetime was created during the "big bang" or did it always exist?
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>>601500603
cus who ever named them was being a bich for the sake of it. no reason.
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>>601498889
Mensa will love you, because they can dress you up as a little model, and make lots of cash from you.
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What was before the big bang?
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>>601492024
What is the speed of light? Have you observed the speed of light? Do you have faith that the other scientists have done their experiments empirically? Is modern science another word(s) for religion?
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>>601499218

There was a guy who made an experiment. He used Earth as testing object for Doppler effect. He checked if color of light would change if the light would be going faster than c and if it went slower. He put two different rays of light along the orbit of Earth and counter-orbit. The colour was the same = no doppler effect = light speed is constant.
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>>601501111
The big foreplay
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>>601501111
quads
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>>601501137
>Still calls the speed of light c
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>>601492983
Because it's been observed, amirite?
Oh, it's just blind science...
I mean faith.
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>>601501318
Thats the most accurate description of a black hole ive seen
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>>601500771
Space time is a theory you fagget.
It's just a base.
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>>601492024
derive the continuum shell model for me.
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>>601492024
OK OP. I'm game.

Why can't we see the material in different dimensions?? My understanding is that it exists sort of in parallel and their gravity leaks into our universe. But why can't we see their matter at all?
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>>601501179
kek
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>>601501610
Because these dimensions are isolated from each other.
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>>601501123
3.00x10^8, retard.
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>>601496139
why does gravity happen?
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>>601492024
Why are atomic nuclei so small compared to the entire atom?
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>>601502394
Nobody knows how...
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>>601502394
Gravitrons interact with time Particles on a quantum level
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How can I cum without getting hard?
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>>601502580
What are gravitrons?
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>>601500771
`Not op but..
You wouldn't know..there's no chance to go outside excisting universe because universum is expanding faster than light speed.
Time didn't exist before big bang if you believe the theories.
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>>601502580
>>601502486
This man does
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>>601502394
magnets
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>>601502580
>gravitrons
>time particles
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>>601492024
If light is massless, why is it affected by gravity?
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>>601502674
They're a theoretical particle representing a force. Anybody who talks about them like they exist is a complete retard and OP is a faggot.
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>>601502674
Anti photons that are infitesimal in mass
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>>601492024
with that image, the bait became obvious after "Ask a physics"
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>>601499218
You may see many different speeds of light, but that's only due to the medium that light is traveling in. Light travels through water at a slower rate than air. Granted it actually travelsnthe same speed in both water and air, but you can think of it as light being a car (photon for example)being on heavy traffic,(water) versus light traffic(air). Make sense?
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>>601492024
how can i experminetally prove that during sintering the capillary between grains still filled with liquid gain a solid state-like low range order?
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>>601492024
>self professed genius
too many science channel reruns
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>>601503009
he studied up on Minute Physics over the weekend.
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>>601502685
Not saying time didn't exist in paraller universers before that...
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>>601502834
>Gravity bends space
>light goes through space
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>>601503199
Absolutely genius. R u a wizard?
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>>601503199
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What is stronker, Time particles Gravitrons?
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>>601502895
/thread
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>>601492024
>considers himself genius
opinion discarded
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>>601503525
Time particles are
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>>601503112
If you put an actual problem in front of him and asked him for a proper solution he'd have no idea what to do.

People like OP just have a general wide knowledge but no true indepth understanding of what it is they're talking about, or the kind of work and methodology that goes into those points of view. Like the difference between drawing a crude picture of a car and orthographically projecting it with auxiliary, secondary and tertiary views.

And here I am responding because I too am retarded like OP
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>>601500851

Tell me more.
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>>601503774
Never doubted it
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>>601503525
Don't entertain that troll, neither are proven or even mildly possible at this point in time. Time is a dimension, therefore considering it to have particles is akin to considering regular space to be represented by particles. Tachyons are science fiction.

Gravitons are also very VERY theoretical. Anyone who acts like they are completely real and treats every equation and theory as such is a complete moron.
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Well a black hole is where gravity is 2-3x the normal rate this causes matter to turn into time which can not be seen without a ultraspectrometer microscope. Hence why we call it "black" since time cant be seen and matter is turned the time spirals like a slinky in a whirlpool. When the matter gets converted theres another factor to consider there are anti ions in the atom. This means the electrons are the center and the larger proton neutroni orbit the electron this is why gravity is 2-3x sometimes even 4x the normal rate. The reversed atom also reflects photons into the other universe. We have only proven there is one other universe we get our time from its matter in its black holes and our matter gives the other universe photons which is why there space is White and there stars are black. Also in the other universe there are no atoms only what we call condensed photons. These condensed photons weigh a mere fraction of our atoms but have many similar properties. The condensed photons move at 1/7 the speed of light, causing them to appear as ripples when we look through the black hole which is kind of like a star from the other universe. But when one of our black holes collapses it produces dozens of miniture nebulas such as the great lion one. this nebula produces our planets and stars. Well back to the black hole and time particles. We have recently been able to convert the time particles back into two types of mattee. White and Dark matter. We believe the dark matter is responsible for such phenomena such as the speed of light triplin. but only if the time particle is 3 times smaller than a quark. Well anyway the black hole is basically a warp or blitz into our alternate but very active other universe. We exchange our matter via black holes for them to have time. And they have the white ones which they exchange time ions for us to have light and gravity.
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>>601504023
Regular space does have particles called daritrons
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>>601504023
Time particles are proven as well
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>>601504414
source

>>601504534
this as well.
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>>601503779
General knowledge is fine. You read a couple books about relativity or take an interest as a hobby, you're okay. You can impress people at parties by talking about hydrostatic equilibrium or something. But OP is a tremendous faggot, he probably read bits of Isaac Asimov's The Collapsing Universe (40 year old outdated info) and thinks he's a genius now.

You're not a faggot. But OP sure is.
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>>601503774
How do you collect time particles?
I want to get some
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>>601503525
Dude, everybody with minimum interest in physics knows that. Just showing people that OP is full of shit.
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Hello, 4chan

Neil Degrasse Tyson speaking.

I've read every comment thus far and can confirm every claim the OP has made as true and correct.

As an astrophysicist taught by the great Carl Sagan himself, I am confident in my knowledge of stealing bikes and Newton's theories to approve of the OP's intentions of educating you all with the great science of physics.

Signing out, NDT.
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>>601504147
I reconmend you take a minute to read this will make you smarter
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>>601504023
>Time is a dimension
No...dumbass
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>>601504414
>>601504534
Source, faggots. Never heard of Daritrons and Tachyons have never been proven. If they had it would have been y2k in the scientific world, it would change everything.
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>>601503779
oops.
Dude, everybody with minimum interest in physics knows that. Just showing people that OP is full of shit.
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>>601492024

Can I take a decent image of Andromeda without the use of an EQ mount but using an AZ with tracking? Say 30 sec exposures?
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>>601504687
You muzt get a magnetic optromescope and carry it in a vacuum. Basically time particles can be used for nucleaic reactions
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>>601504023
fuck I' drunk.
Dude, everybody with minimum interest in physics knows that. Just showing people that OP is full of shit.
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ITT /b/tards try to look smart
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>>601504732
I've read every comment thus far and can confirm that OP is about 80% correct.

As an astrophysicist with an M.Sc. from Turin and a doctorate from Oxford, I am confident in my knowledge that no one can be a "genius" in all things astronomy & astrophysics. Just the small little area of expertise.

Signing out, me.
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Daritrons are basically dark matter condensed into energy waves
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>>601504905
All scientists on the planet, especially string theory advocates, express time as a temporal dimension in all their mathematical equations. Usually it is represented with all spatial dimensions as 3+1.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spacetime#Mathematical_concept

Special Relativity supports this theory heavily.
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>>601504732
Listen to my grandson.
Regards,
Tsagan
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>>601505105
>optromescope
top fucking kek
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>>601505334
Thank you
Time particles and daritrons is genius
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>>601492024
I graduated with my associates of arts in communication from the university of phoenix and have taken many khan academy courses and also i once did a codecademy lesson and I can confirm OP might be right.
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So I saw 1 minute physics. It said that distance was a measure of how difficult it is to get somewhere in a certain time.
It said that because going 1 mile in 1 second is harder than going 1 mile in 1 day, then my brain went wrong and I couldn't figure it out.
Dumb it down even more for me fella, what's this all about?
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>>601504955
Fuck faggot never heard of tachyons. They are the essential fucking particle of time travel you sand nigger. Don't be a faggot and actually contriboot by killing yourself so there are no more inbred cancers like yourself that don't know what the essential particle of life is. THE FUCKING TACHYON BITCH
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>>601505431
so daritsons are waves or particles?
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>>601505947
plus they're how to detect klingon birds of prey.
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>>601492024
if you entangle two particles, then throw one particle into a black hole, what happens to the other particle?
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>>601505780
If we're assuming that we're in a frictionless environment with no air resistance, IE space, then moving one mile in one minute requires significantly more force than going one mile in one day.
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>>601505460
Ok..then show me the vessel where i can travel forth and back in time.
I don't give a shit about your webpages
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>>601506001
Daritrons act as both depending on how many time particles are present
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>>601505947
Reread my post nigger

I said tachyons are science fiction

You're a bitchfag, shut your little brony mouth
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>>601506038
You right. My anger blinded me of such obvious applications of the god particle. Forgive me /b/rother
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Have you seen the new pic just came out today of a photon being a wave and a particle at the same time?
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>>601506350
Daritrons and time particles are however fact
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>>601505780
to go 1 mile in 1 second needs a lot more energy than to go 1 mile in 1 day.
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>>601506137
But why is that something I should know? I'm pretty sure it was to demonstrate some weird concept like 'nearer things are actually further away' but I just got lost.
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>>601506533
OK I'm sort of getting it, slowly. I still think it was meant to demonstrate a physics principle or paradox somehow. Maybe I'm just dumb.
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>>601506206
how daritronic wave particles interact with time particles?
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