« on: 19/02/2015 20:44:24 »
I don't think photons can "observe" space either...
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happy now? i hope so.
light is atom's gravity wave
Can you prove that ( A1 : A2 ) = ( O1 : O2 ) with out assume that pi is a single number ?
Quantum Electrodynamics was the sole reason I became spiritual and began to believe in something greater.
(A1 : A2 ) > ( O1 : O2 )
A - diameter of a circle
O- circumference of a circle.
An atoms force field does not end at atom radius, but extend to infinity. In whole, an atom or planet maybe electrically neutral, but Every charge within has its own force field beyond distance, those forces overlapped to produce chemical bonding, magnetism and gravity. Ever wonder why is Fe=q1q2/r^2, Fg=m1m2/r^2, and mass proportional to proton numbers within it?
I was looking at this and wondering if strong enough magnetic fields can manipulate sound waves.
Lit a candle, say it produces N photons per second.
Those photons fly away at every direction at c speed.
At N meters away, you have a detector, its lens is 1 meter wide.
How many photons will you detect per second?
1. The Earth can carry as much sea water as you can supply. The electron's force density/strength is equal to the fluid density at atom radius.But water doesn't repel itself. If you think this negative fluid gathers around the nucleus, presumably the effective charge of the nucleus would be less than a naked nucleus in the absence of negative fluid. How would this "electrons floating on sea of negatively charged space" work for heavier atoms, where there is a multiply charged nucleus and many electrons? How much negative space gets pulled close to the nucleus as it is bigger and more positively charged?
2. The space is negative charged compare to matter/planet.So space is all negative, and matter is 50% positive 50% negative? How much negative charge is there in the space? This doesn't make much sense to me...
3. EM wave needs the fluid to exist.So all of the experiments that couldn't find the aether are wrong?
1. Electron grabbing war is on going all the time.
2. Light is produced by electrostatic force vibrating in the space fluid. Every element has its own set of force density/strength due to their charges.That might work as a qualitative description, but it breaks down when we consider the quantitative description. If it were just an issue of force constants (like springs) we wouldn't see the same harmonics as are observed (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hydrogen_spectral_series)
3. I am not sure yet, but I am sure electron is particle, not wave.