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Haven't you heard about contributors to discoveries in physics who were not a PhD?Do you think it's necessary, even for an extremely specific thing?If that extremely specific thing is a physics 'thing', then the answer is yes.
Don't you feel that delusion of grandeur yourself by making that guarantee? Do you think established scientific models never failed and never changed?Why so? Many of my experiments show that currently widespread explanations for physical phenomena don't provide correct predictions.This is just another example of your delusions of grandeur. I'll make another guarantee. If your experiment disagrees with established science then I guarantee that your experiment was faulty.
I treat my ideas as memes, just like any others. The ones I posted here had won internal competitions in my mind. I'll just let them to compete externally with everyone else's ideas. Hopefully they will win or lose for their own merits. Whatever the final result, I'll win some or learn some.Put it round the other way. If you can resolve an anomaly, publish your observation or calculation and get an honorary PhD from an institution that wants to bask in reflected glory. But publish it in a peer-reviewed physics journal, not a chat forum!If you really want to try add something to physics then you should go to college and get a PhD in physics.Do you think it's necessary, even for an extremely specific thing?
I think success is a possible outcome. I'll just hope for the best, while being prepared for the worst.This thread is an anticipation to what may happen when my hypotheses and their justifications somehow get more attention and acceptance among science community and wider audience.The delusions of grandeur is strong with this one!
My Concern is A.G.I.That's also in the mission statement of OpenAI.
Our vision for the future of AGIhttps://openai.com/blog/planning-for-agi-and-beyond
Our mission is to ensure that artificial general intelligence?AI systems that are generally smarter than humans?benefits all of humanity.
@YusufIMO, it could also happen to AI models. That's why we need to make mitigation plans.
Can an A.I. system lose it's so called Artificial Mind?
When it happens to Humans, we have Mental Asylums.
What if AI goes MAD?
Will it be put on Medications, or simply ReBooted or Deleted?
Whatever this Ammonium Perchlorate is...You should refer to hazard statement you can find in MSDS.
Is it Toxic &/Or Explosive?
H201 Explosive: mass explosion hazard
H271 May cause fire or explosion: strong oxidizer
H319 Causes serious eye irritation
H373 May cause damage to organs through prolonged or repeated exposure
The primary use of ammonium perchlorate is in making solid fuel propellants. When AP is mixed with a fuel (like a powdered aluminium and/or with an elastomeric binder), it can generate self-sustained combustion at pressures far below atmospheric pressure. It is an important oxidizer with a decades-long history of use in solid rocket propellants ? space launch (including the Space Shuttle Solid Rocket Booster), military, amateur, and hobby high-power rockets, as well as in some fireworks.
Some "breakable" epoxy adhesives contain suspensions of AP. Upon heating to 300 ?C, the AP degrades the organic adhesive, breaking the cemented joint.
Perchlorate itself confers little acute toxicity. For example, sodium perchlorate has an LD50 of 2?4 g/kg and is eliminated rapidly after ingestion. However, chronic exposure to perchlorates, even in low concentrations, has been shown to cause various thyroid problems, as it is taken up in place of iodine.
Emphasising yet again the hazards of pop science education by youtube.It's not specifically YouTube's fault. Any other media can be used to produce misleading or incomplete information. That's including textbooks, websites, podcast, tiktok, and live lectures.
I'm giving other members the chance to use their best explanation to answer my questions. When the time is up and no one comes up with the best possible answer, I might have to answer them myself.which is evaluating every answer that you have accepted previously to find the best answer in terms of generality and simplicity.You never do this, you just have threads that never end, they just go round and round without ever reaching a conclusion.
Can Anyone provide a Simplistic four lines explanation of what theI'll let Google Bard answer your question.
" Quantum Eraser Experiment " is?
ps - i am tired of using Utube!
The Quantum Eraser Experiment is a fascinating experiment in quantum mechanics that demonstrates several fundamental principles, including:Instead of four lines, it answers in four paragraphs. I hope you don't mind.
Quantum superposition: Particles like photons can exist in multiple states simultaneously, like being both "up" and "down" in a spin measurement.
Quantum entanglement: When two particles are entangled, their fates are linked, even if they are separated by vast distances. Measuring one particle's state instantly determines the state of the other, no matter how far apart they are.
Complementarity: Observing certain aspects of a quantum system, like which slit a photon passes through, destroys information about other aspects, like whether it interfered with itself.
Here's how the experiment typically works:
A beam of photons is directed towards a double slit: This allows the photons to pass through either one of the two slits.
An interference pattern is observed: If we don't know which slit the photons passed through, they "interfere" with themselves, creating a characteristic bright and dark pattern on a screen behind the slits. This is because each photon acts like a wave and can diffract through both slits simultaneously.
A detector is placed near one of the slits: Now, when a photon triggers the detector, we know which slit it went through. Interestingly, the interference pattern disappears!
The "eraser" comes in: In some versions of the experiment, another measurement is made on the photons after they pass through the slits. This can involve measuring their polarization or phase. Depending on the type of measurement, the interference pattern can reappear, even though we "know" which slit the photons went through!
This seemingly paradoxical behavior highlights the strange nature of quantum mechanics. Measuring one aspect of a quantum system affects other aspects, even if they appear unrelated. The "eraser" doesn't actually erase the past path of the photons, but it somehow negates the information gained by the first measurement, allowing the interference pattern to re-emerge.
There are several interpretations of the Quantum Eraser Experiment, each with its own implications. Some physicists believe it suggests that information about the past path of the photons is never truly lost, even if we can't measure it directly. Others argue that the experiment demonstrates the non-local nature of quantum entanglement, where measurements on one particle instantly affect the state of another, no matter how far apart they are.
Overall, the Quantum Eraser Experiment is a powerful tool for exploring the mysteries of quantum mechanics and its implications for our understanding of the universe.
My common sense says, an observer staying in the same inertial frame of reference as the ship before it started accelerating.... Because Craft is moving Forward ...
According to whom is the craft moving forward? You, at rest in it?
In zero's scenario, both blinking lights are standing still relative to each other. They are accelerated uniformly, which means nothing breaks the symmetry, and they should stay synchronized regardless of the final speed of the spacecraft.QuoteQuote from: Origin on Yesterday at 19:19:01
If the lights were synchronized at zero m/s, then no matter how fast you were going they would stay synchronized.
Not true. Them being synced is a frame dependent thing, and after acceleration, they'd be synced in neither the train frame nor the original frame, although at 0.01c, they'd be really close to being in sync in the original frame.
ps - is there any possible way U could avoid using SR/GR & give a Simplistic answer.Do you prefer Galilean Relativity?
What it is about has already been well explained. Most you-tube videos on the subject contain mistakes. The one you provide is blatantly wrong in several areas.Can you find a YouTube video on the subject that doesn't contain mistakes?
Anyways, what about A.I. Generated Porn?IMO, it will be inevitable, considering the progress in open source AI models.
I'd very much Like to know yours & Other members views/opinions on it.
Integrity & Trust go hand in hand Together.I understand your concern. Those big tech companies are under pressure on being the foremost in a competition for building the best AGI in the world. Their financial performance might depend on it.
Fake one or Break one, and you End up losing the Other.
Fake Ads with False Claims are Great at creating a Hype.
No use slicing Mangoes that aren't as yet Ripe.
ps - i do share your Excitement n Optimism regarding A.I.
Don't get me Wrong!
The question is meaningless since you can't cover the surface with paint.This statement would also be meaningless.
I'm afraid the answer is yes.
If you rotate a hyperbola x2 - y2 = 1 around the y axis, you form a body with finite volume but infinite surface area, so you can paint an infinite surface by pouring in a finite can of paint, but not by spraying or brushing it.
Economists make their living by talking about the can of paint and ignoring the brush.