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    Electron cloud vs. Nucleus

    Hi, I had a previous post "Total Energies" asking about the total energy of an electron and proton separately in a "stable," ground state, hydrogen atom and I got no response (well one short one). Later I realized an isolated hydrogen atom is not stable; it at least needs to bond into H2, but...
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    Total energies

    What I meant was, if there was a single stable proton-electron pair (in a ground state), then what would the total energy of the electron (meaning kinetic, rest mass, magnetic field, etc.) and likewise for the proton.
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    Total energies

    I wanted to know the average total energies of an isolated hydrogen atom's electron and proton separately. I came across a lot of equations I could try to use, but I figured I'd ask to see if this information has already been approximated. Thanks
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    What's left?

    Tentative, yes, but such progress and understanding cannot be through anything other than reality. Furthermore, I feel once we figure this reality down to its last, then we will be on a path to true progress. Once the observations are properly described by theory that exacts reality, which we...
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    What's left?

    Alright, man. I searched flop transition manifolds, and clicked the fist link titled "New Developements In String Theory." I read the page and my brain was frying, not because I didn't understand what was said, I read them perfectly clearly. It was almost embarrassing reading some of the ways...
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    What's left?

    About my comments on string theory (m-theory); I think anything that requires 11 dimensions to describe our tangible universe has strayed into it's own category as a model of physics. And about knowing it all by now; do you realize how massive and specialized the human population has become? How...
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    What's left?

    Unification now! Alright now. Come on people. I obviously didn't get my point across in a post, What's Left?. Unification, what needs to happen? What are we missing? Do we just need a theory to incorporate classical physics, relativity, quantum physics, and string theory into one frame? I have...
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    What's left?

    The ultimate goal of physics is to be able to describe all physical phenomena under one solid structure. To have a single way to express everything, and to many that lies in an equation somewhere. We seek a unified field theory. We have been able to successfully quantify much of what we observe...
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    Is there any other form of energy releasing fusion besides hydrogen

    That makes sense. Seems I should have figured that, with iron having the lowest pf and all. Thanks. dd :) think inversely :)
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    Is there any other form of energy releasing fusion besides hydrogen

    Is there any other form of energy releasing fusion besides hydrogen fusion?
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    Need help on ball spinning

    It would indeed be calculable and indeed there are many variables to consider. Like, is it in a frictionless environment, or are you interested in the soccer balls change in accelerations? Yes the contact point matters as would the vector the force is being applied from. The mass of the ball and...
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    Constant velocity of heat?

    But this is what I am supposing, is that because absorbed infrared increases the same internal energy that is being increased via conduction that the two are roughly equivalent; that the increased internal energy of the particle is due to addition of photon masses, whether absorbed from...
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    Thermal output of earth

    My answer to you is yes. I meant the total thermal output of the earth, from the core outward. I want to know if it is fairly constant/ continuous and what might it's capacity be. But now I think of it I'd like to know just the radiative aspect separately, as well.
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    Constant velocity of heat?

    ....Back to the point I thought I was making. Does infrared, radiated from some source then absorbed by some body, not increase the internal energy of said body? Conduction is the collision of inertial bodies causing heat transfer. Is not absorbed infrared radiation, in adding to the internal...
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    Ever-present vacuum

    Thank you for the advice Zz. I am indeed currently doing independent research into this and several other related theories, and while they do not necessarily drastically change the scope of physics I feel they provide applicable insight and explanation to physical phenomenon. I think predominant...
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