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    Attractive forces in 3-d space

    Bill_K Yes, would be great why again.
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    Attractive forces in 3-d space

    Hi, I'd appreciate your help about this: Is someone capable of explaining how attractive forces work in three dimensional space, without invoking a negative time trick? I know this is not the first time when someone is asking about this subject. I've already read almost all posts about it...
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    What exactly perspective is?

    When I started this post I was more about relation of geometry with other physical values. Like the "volume" property may be in fact an illusion (like L. Susskind suggested), leading to the holographic principle approach. "The holographic principle states that the entropy of ordinary mass (not...
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    How repulsion works?

    Of course I understand that the idea of virtual particles are virtual behind it, but actually not the fields themselves do the job, but very specific field fluctuations do the job. I am aiming at visualization of the repelling process. Should I show photon field as a waves propagating in a...
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    How repulsion works?

    thank you very much... After reading this very helpful text, I still don't understand some basic ideas. In example of water steam that I mentioned before: Are photon wavefunctions (that are responsible for repulsion forces) emitted by electron wavefunction of the repelling H2O atoms? Or...
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    How repulsion works?

    Hi, I am green to QED. I could not find any more detailed answer about more exact description of atoms' repel process, both on the forum and the internet. Let's say we have a swarm of water steam particles, hitting each other. Some will join and stay together to form larger droplets, but some...
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    What exactly perspective is?

    Space is three dimensional, so I understand the question in the terms of distance. But there are still questions of how perspective works.. 1. why it is three dimensional, not six or eight? (it's probably a fundamental question) 2. why the force and work is needed to see an object from...
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    What exactly perspective is?

    what exactly "perspective" is? It may be considered as a noob question, but I was thinking about the perspective itself, but not in terms of optics/eye focusing. 1. Why distant objects are smaller and close objects are larger? Does it have something to with amount of photons radiated into an...
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    Is photon a basic unit of information?

    pythagorean, I know this standard model table very well, thus I am not sure: is "force carrying" equal to "information carrying" ? from what you say, answering my question 1: "sure, photons are only 1 force carrier, there's also the strong force carriers and the hypothesized...
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    Is photon a basic unit of information?

    So, my next three questions are (please, if possible, adress answers to the numbers) 1. Is there a possibility to information flow without photons included at all? 2. In electrical circuit - where electrons go in rows through cables - are photons needed at all? 3. During sound wave...
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    Is photon a basic unit of information?

    Okay. Thanks for replies, but I still have the dilema about it, Let's say, I stare at a horseshoe hanging on the wall (in a room lit by a 60W bulb). Photons from a bulb hit the cluster of atoms of an entity we, humans, call a horseshoe, and these photons "beat out" photons from horseshoe...
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    Is photon a basic unit of information?

    I have a simple question: can we assume that a photon is the basic unit of information? And the photon movement is the information flow? It seems strange, but wherever I try to find anything about information flow basics, there is no mention about photons. Shannon's or Mazur's information...
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