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And a secondary physical wave can't be created from a spin?

I mean in Quantum Physics one thing can become another thing.

For example we identify the location of a planet sometimes by the perturbation in the orbit of another planet, but the bobbing effect has nothing to do with the physics of the other planet. Say a Frisbee turns around, and comes back, it loops like a wave, but is caused by a spin.

OK thanks. It's just that spin seems easier to store than wave, especially through space.

You can "guess" in science if your guess produce a falsifiable prediction. This should almost always be based on mathematics so that it's a quantitative prediction. Your prediction should also usually be sufficiently different from other predictions that you can differentiate them.

The colloquial German for crazy is spinnen !

Quote from: JP on 24/02/2013 16:18:11You can "guess" in science if your guess produce a falsifiable prediction. This should almost always be based on mathematics so that it's a quantitative prediction. Your prediction should also usually be sufficiently different from other predictions that you can differentiate them.Well I've never been taught Calculus. I wouldn't mind learning Calculus, but I'm more like Da Vinci, and I work with physics in my head. I can create the computer models, but I don't think it's worth the effort without anybody actually caring what I produce.

There are examples of physicists getting their ideas geometrically, as you want. Think I read about one guy, having some drinks one late night, to then dream about a problem he was trying to solve, watching it develop geometrically in his dream. And it gave him the expression he then translated into mathematics, solving the puzzle. A Finnish guy if I remember right But to be precise you must learn the mathematics, to be able to translate it into mathematical notation. There is no way around that fact I'm afraid. As for spin it would have to be faster than light to translate directly to a ordinary spin. It also would need to be explained why a full rotation takes twice 360 degrees, if you translate it into a ordinary rotation of some spinning top on the floor. So it's a really mysterious property to me. Doesn't mean that you should stop imagining, but you need the mathematics to prove your ideas.

Pincho, if you'd like to discuss your own theory, would you please do so in the New Theories section of the forum? We try to keep this section for Q&A involving established theories in order to keep things organized.Thanks,The moderators

Quote from: yor_on on 24/02/2013 19:23:40There are examples of physicists getting their ideas geometrically, as you want. Think I read about one guy, having some drinks one late night, to then dream about a problem he was trying to solve, watching it develop geometrically in his dream. And it gave him the expression he then translated into mathematics, solving the puzzle. A Finnish guy if I remember right But to be precise you must learn the mathematics, to be able to translate it into mathematical notation. There is no way around that fact I'm afraid. As for spin it would have to be faster than light to translate directly to a ordinary spin. It also would need to be explained why a full rotation takes twice 360 degrees, if you translate it into a ordinary rotation of some spinning top on the floor. So it's a really mysterious property to me. Doesn't mean that you should stop imagining, but you need the mathematics to prove your ideas.I am not in a position to learn Calculus at home though. I asked someone to teach me on the internet, but they wouldn't.