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You wanted an experiment where the slits were smaller than the projectiles. I gave you that. And now you complain! There is no pleasing some people.
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Quote from: HalcMore likely, the meteors will come from all directions and add pretty much no net momentumThe vast majority of objects in our Solar system orbit in the same direction, so any objects hitting the Earth would add their momentum to the Earth's momentum, travelling in the same direction around the Sun.
It is only the occasional object from the Oort cloud (or the even rarer interstellar visitor) that might have a retrograde orbit as it passes around the Sun.Quotein which case it will drop to a lower orbit since a larger mass with the same momentum will move slowerIn this case, the increased mass of the Earth would carry the sum of Earth's momentum and the momentum of the colliding objects, which would have the Earth continue in pretty much its same orbit.
Of course, if there were a collision with a single really big object (like the hypothetical collision that formed the Moon), that could change Earth's orbit significantly.
Anyway BCIf you want to address this question, start a new thread, and include your definition of "soul" in the first post.
There is a complexity to thoughts, and death should be a end of it,
When it comes to a soul?
Anyone that can show me?
Since death would happen before you got to absolute zero, the fact that you can't get there is less important.
More practical means of murder exist.