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Seeing that we can't even teleport into something at rest, I would think it would be more sensible to concentrate on that miracle first.
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Walking up stairs will slow the Earth down; just not by very much.
What is interesting is the first quote in Genesis is, in the beginning was the word and word was God. Genesis appears to equate the new universe of the ego; conscious mind, with the invention of written language; the word.
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If the Earth did not spin we would not have any time? Days on the light side would last forever and nights on the dark side would last forever.
What I am talking about applies to any 2 medium's or to two solid object's,
A stone will fall through the water but not at 9.81 m/s squared.
The potential difference between the densities is akin to a Voltage in electronics. Current can only flow if it is allowed to move. The steel floor represents a infinite resistor allowing no flow. As the potential difference is there, there is a constant force trying to move the higher density object through the floor to its final destination.
I'm sure both you and I see eye to eye on a great many things as what we have in common is a love of science and a thirst of answers to things yet to be fully understood.
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If there is an object that exists through itself (as proposed in the role of the Son in the relationship of the Trinity), what would result from an Inwards force onto said object?
MolonLabe, that is not a quote as far as I know. I was simply trying to use an analogy to more expressly connect "Through him all things were made." with the proposed theory. I should have clarified that.
It's good to see the King James bible still being quoted - truly a work of artistic genius compared with the limpwristed prose of "modern" versions.
Just as a man enters into his wife, and out from his wife life is created, so God creates all things through Jesus.
however , I will be pleased to find out that , on the contrary,the process of thinkingg does really burns calories . ]
I know from first-hand experience that it is much harder to think on an empty stomach/with low blood sugar...
I hope you meant there are some satellites, not all. I could name quite a few which I know for a fact were spinning - I used to process the data from them.
Satellites do not spin in space and are not ripped apart.
The whole molecular system as a unit can rest on the ground as a solid. In which case the electron cannot be considered on its own. It also depends upon what you mean by 'rests'. That is more a macroscopic representation which will not apply in the microscopic domain.
The quantum orbital probability model describes the distribution of electrons in atoms and molecules.
Read the first post carefully. It's clumsily expressed but basically tautologous: an electron cannot be at rest unless it is static.... I'd agree with that.
I would go with Alan's view if I were you. He is a professional.
Because of this wavelike nature the electron can never be at rest on the ground. Unless it happens to be part of a static electric charge. However an electron as part of a molecule which makes up a solid CAN rest on the ground.
The quantum orbital probability model describes the distribution of electrons in atoms and molecules. Free electrons in vacuo behave as individual particles with charge -1 and mass 0.008 that can be made to move at pretty much any speed you want, including backwards, so there's no problem creating a stationary electron.
I know that the analogy of planets orbiting a sun is far too primitive, but I find it hard to imagine how any such electron could be described as at rest.
Analogies and imagination are, alas, worthless. You have to start with the world as it is, then build a mathematical model that describes and predicts what you see. Whilst the Bohr atom is historically interesting, and the electron shell model is useful for inorganic chemistry (at least in gases and liquids), only a quantum orbital probability model describes and predicts all the observed properties of atoms and molecules.