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    I Diffracted photon/partice momentum

    you can always measure a single photon twice. at the point of emission and the point of it's destruction. the emission system that you use, can implement a timer, the detector can implement a timer. you know the speed of light. you put a straight line from the emission source to the slit, then...
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    I Diffracted photon/partice momentum

    you can, because you can measure the time which takes for them to get to the detector. assuming we add the timer to the experiment...
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    I Diffracted photon/partice momentum

    a double slit and single slit experiments are different. still this question applies to both. in the case of double slit, and single slit experiments, photons, and electrons have momentum, in the direction of their movement. direction of movement changes. any change in the direction is supposed...
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    I Diffracted photon/partice momentum

    when a single photon is supposed to form a diffraction pattern, they hit the detector by different angles at the slit. so then what cancels this photon's momentum change? what happens to the photon's energy/frequency?what measurements has been done to confirm the answer?
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    Insights What academic advice would you tell your 18 year old self? - Comments

    i would tell myself, mostly nice job. the same thing that my 30 years old is telling to my 23 years old right now. only i would prevent myself to buy the stuff that weren't much useful to me. and my 30 years old will probably tell me the same thing about the purchase mistakes i am going to make...
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    Relation between boltsmann/gas constant and temperature

    well , it is highly likely that i don't know what i am talking about, but statistics doesn't give stuff out of nowhere. it calculates the result based on the model that you describe for it. i just read the meaning of the degree of freedom. i can easily understand that the degrees of freedom in...
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    B Black hole paradox, gravity waves

    thank's that clears thing up. but , don't gravity waves move slower than the speed of light? 0_o still no mass?
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    B Black hole paradox, gravity waves

    well since gravity waves are supposed to have mass, they are supposed to be effected by gravity itself, and :/ how are we supposed to detect gravitational waves emitted from a black hole when none can get out?
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    Relation between boltsmann/gas constant and temperature

    so i have been trying to calculate boltsmann constant by assuming the fact that for an ideal gas the equation : PV=nRT is true. i assume that for containing each molecule the wall needs to apply a force. now here is where it get's a little weird. each molocule should be only deflected in the...
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