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Can we draw a geometrical representation of gravity?
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(not teeth - they all fell out and were replaced when you were a child!)The replacements may have already been in place, but it's probably beside the point.
I'm going to say no, not reliably or meaningfully.Others may differ
Randall mills claims he can lower the ground state 1s electron of a hydrogen atom to a lower level producing energy in the processMaybe.
adding a handful of singly (or doubly) positively charged ligands at a radius of 150 picometersHow would you get them to stay (either near to your centre atom or even to each other)?
Why don't polyatomic gases rotate nor vibrate at low temperature?Because the energy available to them is less than that required to get them to rotate or vibrate.
Is vibrational energy also quantized?Yes.
QM is not important.Yes it is.
What's the minimum non-zero quantity of of rotational energy?It depends on the molecule.
I'm all for the electrification of transport. Underground railways and trolleybuses are great, and electric cars are terrific fun to drive.But we don't have (and can't have) enough electricity from non-fossil sources to abandon gasoline, diesel, and gas-generated electricity to meet current and predicted demand.And when the oil runs out, we won't have gasoline and diesel.