I think "supernatural" means some thing that occurs out of the predictable magnitude of the human's imagination.
We generalize and predict what could happen or what suppose to happen, i.e. the brain-dead patient should never go out of his coma; nonetheless, it would be supernatural that one...
Thank you very much for your reply, I am sorry I have apply my introductory physics into something that much more complex. Obviously, I have never had quantum machanic so pardon me. However, it is quite interesting that I now could see how Newtonian physics fail at the quantum level. Thanks all!
But according to kinetic energy this small force would provide an enormous velocity (E = 1/2mv^2) to the electron that has mass m= 9. X 10^-31kg.
Nonetheless, I would interest in in drift current. This may answer my question. So please give some more explanation if you can.
I do not agree because the electron would have so great speed from the electric force. I would move through the wire at any length in very little time. Furthermore, the electron would not have to collide with the atoms along the wire.
I do not agree with the "answer" below. What do you think about it?
When you turn the key in an automobile, you complete a circuit from the negative terminal through the electric starter and back to the posstive battery terminal. This is a DC circuit and electrons migrate through the...
I have seen a little confusion in your perception about physical elements and metaphysical elements. Let me explain in just a minute!
1. First of all, it is not logically to tell that human can physically create souls since soul in a...
To my best understanding that the words miscible and soluble that our friend mentioned here is talking about the physical properties of the solute and the solvent.
as I know that when we mix substances together they are aither miscible or unmiscible. However, "soluble" refers to...
When you talk about how the texts were write. You must look for what the purpose of these text. Obviously, You will not expect a high school student to read the book of college students and so on. We must look at who were the authors of the book that we are reading. you will not expect that...
Hi i am having a problem that i don't understand.
i on a lab i must present the relationship of torque mass distance from the axis. the problem is how can i graph the graph with the mass of the object is the slope. this is really urgen! Please help me!