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Only Pete knows.
Please tell me something I can believe.
Please tell me something I can believe. Such as 2x3=6. Not 2 quantum 3 = 99.
What exact experiment proofs electron is circling the neutron?
If you really had an interest in learning physics rather than posting simple questions and expecting the answer to have a one line answer then read the following papers...sorry, you cannot view external links. To see them, please
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An interesting question: "How can we travel faster than the speed of light?".This is hard because currently popular theories forbid it (and theories allowing it are just speculation at this time).A harder question: "What happens at & inside the event horizon of a Black Hole?"What makes this hard is that (according to current theories), we can never find out what happens inside the event horizon.
In fact I read both pages. First one said 3 things about science. Not too agree. Second page load too slow, I gave up.
Pete, do you really understand QM?
Remember what einstan said? If you can't explain it to a six year old....
If electrons don't circle the nucleus, it has no momentum, it will fall in. ...
Pete, everything is force, position, motion.
The force between electron and nucleus has to be balanced to form stable atoms. What else is more fundamental?
OK, you won again.
The reader must be familiar with the rudiments of linear algebra (as summarized in the Appendix), complex numbers, and calculus up through partial derivatives; some acquantance with Fourier analysis and the Dirac delta function would help. Elementary classical mechanics is essential, of course, and a little electrodynamics would be useful in places. etc.
I think it is safe to say that no one understands quantum mechanics. Do not keep saying to yourself, if you can possibly avoid it, 'but how can it be like that?' because you will go 'down the drain' into a blind alley from which nobody has yet escaped. Nobody knows how it can be that way.