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Box - matter and anti-matter attract?
« on: 20/02/2016 12:19:15 »
I think, from my opinion, that matter is attracted to matter by mass and anti-matter is attracted  to matter, but anti-matter is repulsive to anti-matter. So once the anti-matter attaches to the matter. the anti-matter wants to annihilate the pairing of matter- matter, by the anti-matters repulsive force to itself. 
The matter-matter then is in a constant flux of contortion and vibration of the ''clanging'' of the matter-matter.


However , the anti-matter remains dormant until it is absorbed by the matter-matter which then produces an halo effect around the matter-matter pairing. An halo that extends for an infinite length into space that also becomes dormant in space.  However, the part of the anti-matter , matter pairing, stays attached by its strong nuclear bond to the matter - matter, so the matter-matter expands and contracts continuously creating a vibration and kE. 


Imagine a stretched piece of elastic, on either end is a weight , the force of the elastic pulling  back  wants the weights to collide,

however also imagine an invert to this , imagine between the weights, there is a special bottle jack (anti-matter)  and the bottle jack is continuously pushing the weights apart,

however both the elastic band and the bottle jack are of equal force, so the elastic band and the bottle jack just vibrate at a constant.


That's my opinion, do take that to not  being scientific fact.


 








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Re: Box - matter and anti-matter attract?
« Reply #1 on: 20/02/2016 13:17:06 »
I think, from my opinion, that matter is attracted to matter by mass and anti-matter is attracted  to matter, but anti-matter is repulsive to anti-matter.
Your opinion is wrong.
 

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Re: Box - matter and anti-matter attract?
« Reply #2 on: 20/02/2016 15:15:28 »
I think, from my opinion, that matter is attracted to matter by mass and anti-matter is attracted  to matter, but anti-matter is repulsive to anti-matter.
Your opinion is wrong.


anti -matter is a part of a theory, my opinion is as valued as any theory, theory is not fact, we do not observe anti-matter, it is a theory, my opinion is not wrong, my opinion can't be wrong on that basis, my opinion is not  facts like I stated, but neither  is anybodies else's opinion on anti matter, your opinions are no more valued than mine when it is about a theory and not fact.




 

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Temp : Could matter and anti-matter attract?
« Reply #3 on: 20/02/2016 17:46:15 »
No Mr box Electrons are fact as you will have found if you have ever watched a cathode ray tube TV and the existence of positrons the anti-matter doppelganger of the electron is also a fact as they will be used to scan your brain whenever you might need to know what's inside. Also if you travel sufficiently north you will see matter and anti-matter creating a spectacular energy show in the sky. 
 

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Re: Box - matter and anti-matter attract?
« Reply #4 on: 21/02/2016 03:56:40 »
Quote from: TheBox
it is a theory, my opinion is not wrong, my opinion can't be wrong on that basis, my opinion is not  facts
On a science discussion board, you are welcome to present a hypothesis for public scrutiny (in the New Theories section).
However, it is not enough to just have an opinion - to be taken seriously, you must have some facts to back it up.

We do not subscribe to the view of the journalist
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Re: Box - matter and anti-matter attract?
« Reply #5 on: 21/02/2016 14:29:20 »
Quote from: TheBox
it is a theory, my opinion is not wrong, my opinion can't be wrong on that basis, my opinion is not  facts
On a science discussion board, you are welcome to present a hypothesis for public scrutiny (in the New Theories section).
However, it is not enough to just have an opinion - to be taken seriously, you must have some facts to back it up.

We do not subscribe to the view of the journalist
Quote from: Charles McCabe
Any clod can have the facts; having opinions is an art.

I am pretty sure that Einstein said thought was the best thing.

Never mind what I said, clearly we are talking two different things, I was talking about real anti-matter not the northern lights effect.
 

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Re: Box - matter and anti-matter attract?
« Reply #6 on: 21/02/2016 14:41:31 »


We do not subscribe to the view of the journalist
Quote from: Charles McCabe
Any clod can have the facts; having opinions is an art.
Quite right evan, that reminds me of an old saying:

"Opinions are like a..holes, everyone has one."

To that old saying, I would like to add the following:

"Facts are much more scarce, they take effort and intelligence to recognize."
 

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Re: Box - matter and anti-matter attract?
« Reply #7 on: 21/02/2016 14:55:01 »


We do not subscribe to the view of the journalist
Quote from: Charles McCabe
Any clod can have the facts; having opinions is an art.
Quite right evan, that reminds me of an old saying:

"Opinions are like a..holes, everyone has one."

To that old saying, I would like to add the following:

"Facts are much more scarce, they take effort and intelligence to recognize."

Facts take deep thinking, it hurts to think facts, but opinions lead the way to facts, facts just have to be recognised from the opinions.


It is not an opinion that molecules are bonded by anything positive, it is fact tried and tested that positives repulse positives and expand.

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