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In consideration of voltage the sun and the earths core must produce a positive voltage output and solids absorb this output?
1. What experimental evidence do you have that contradicts everyone else's? Most physics undergraduates have measured the charge and mass of a single electron. Your "consideration" is worthless. 2.Quote In consideration of voltage the sun and the earths core must produce a positive voltage output and solids absorb this output?Why "must"? Have you any idea of the meaning of words like "voltage"?
science implies that the electron is attracted to the proton yet has the ability to not touch the proton which is physically impossible by the laws of attraction.
Do I know what voltage is? is that a genuine question........of cause I know what voltage is, what charge is what capacity is.
Quotescience implies that the electron is attracted to the proton yet has the ability to not touch the proton which is physically impossible by the laws of attraction.That's why scientists use quantum mechanics rather than your idiosyncratic "laws of attraction" to describe what actually happens. We don't impose scientific laws on the universe, we discover them by observation, and if the observation doesn't fit the law, we revise the law. In the case of atomic orbitals, the "law" was substantively revised in 1926 and hasn't changed much since then. Get with the program, my friend!QuoteDo I know what voltage is? is that a genuine question........of cause I know what voltage is, what charge is what capacity is.Then why do your posts consistently misuse the words?
I have lost the interest in it now, I have not got the time to just to sit here any more.
Jccc is trying to explain the same idea as me except with errors in logic ....
Quote from: Thebox on 04/05/2015 09:34:18Jccc is trying to explain the same idea as me except with errors in logic ....LOL, "errors in logic", hilarious, then I read the rest of your post and I was hysterical, rolled up on the floor, tears rolling down my cheeks.OK overstatement for effect, how about "quite amusing".Edit: sorry, rewind that. Have just read this to one of our daughters, her reaction was "WHAT!!" Then we couldn't stop laughing, tears were really rolling down our cheeks. Her opinion is that if it this bad we can never convince Mr Box.
Have you ever read a book on classical mechanics? That is likely a good place to start. Also you will need a good grasp of algebra and calculus. It isn't easy to learn and understand the laws of physics without this effort. I would look forward to a proper debate with you once you have made a little progress. Everyone here would actually help you learn. That is exactly what this forum is meant to do. Just have a think about it. You may surprise yourself.
Laugh away, are you trying to say with your laughter that when a gas is heated it does not expand?Are you trying to suggest that heated metal does not expand? Are you suggesting that heated metal is stretched molecules?My logic is correct and according to our physics.
Jccc is trying to explain the same idea as me except with errors in logic ............so if a asteroid is heated it will ''rise'' away from the source. The asteroid becomes polarised equal to source.ampere differences?
My logic is correct and according to our physics.
I have never read an actual book,
I have read internet articles if that counts.
Quote from: Thebox on 04/05/2015 14:05:35I have never read an actual book,That explains a lot!!Quote from: TheBox I have read internet articles if that counts. It only counts if the author of the article is a credible physicist and recognized by his peers.And also, if that information is not just a reproduction of said physicists words taken out of context. People are always doing that to the likes of Einstein and many other recognized scientific giants of our past. Suggesting that one of their comments meant something entirely different than the point they were actually trying to express. I suggest you spend less time on the internet and read a few good physics books. Pete can recommend some very good ones for you to read, give it a try!
Atoms are homonuclear neutral particles that are saturated in radiation by conduction that then charges the homonuclear particle.....
Quote from: Thebox on 08/05/2015 10:35:16Atoms are homonuclear neutral particles that are saturated in radiation by conduction that then charges the homonuclear particle..... Drivel. Why waste your life putting random words into a meaningless sentence?
Heteronuclear atoms are even more complicated...