Physics, Astronomy & Cosmology / Re: How does Hawking's radiation helps in figuring out "the theory of everything"?« on: 07/05/2016 03:10:20 »
How can the understanding about empty space possibly help us to find the "theory of everything"?
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Let's say that random air currents place the scales 1cm above the lift floor, and your feet 1cm above the scales as you fall. There is no pressure of your feet on the scales, and no pressure of the floor on the scales, so the scales will read zero*.I do not understand how you relate pressure to zero weight in the above statements.Can you please elaborate more on that ?