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    Forces unified at the time of the big bang

    V50, In other words.. You are wrong! Science is about facts, but guess what usually comes before the facts? Opinions and theory! This can still be science! You think the above is "JUST" algebraic rearrangements.... It does involve algebraic rearrangements, true ... But...
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    Forces unified at the time of the big bang

    I don't think it is just numerological ... And I was looking for someone else's opinion. Please PM me if you have anything else to say.
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    Forces unified at the time of the big bang

    I noticed the following relationships, and I'm curious if these are why physicists believed all forces might have been equal (or unified) during the big bang. Pm = Plank Mass Pl = Planck Length Pt = Planck Time Pf = Planck frequency (non-angular) = 2.952104e42 Hz Eo = Electric Constant Uo =...
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    Question about planck charge

    It seems to be a key part of the electric and magnetic constants.. Wouldn't this imply that the planck charge exists somewhere?
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    Question about planck charge

    Has an entity in the universe ever existed with a charge magnitude of 1.87755e-18 C (planck charge)? When/where could it arise?
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    Electron smear

    This is more relevant to what I was thinking/wonder about.
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    Electron smear

    So considering an electron in multiple locations at once isn't an accurate description of the actual electron/shell.
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    Electron smear

    I guess I should have said composite particles. But those are probably just as irregular as electrons.
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    Electron smear

    I was referring to the concept that an electron (singularity) within a atomic orbit is "everywhere at once" around the nucleus. Is this not correct?
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    Electron smear

    C'mon.. Is my question that hard to comprehend?
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    Electron smear

    Ok, switch "faster than time" with "through time differently than regular matter".
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    Electron smear

    Is there a physical meaning to the electron "smear" or probability cloud? If an object (electron) was to somehow travel faster than time, wouldn't it appear in multiple locations at once or as a "smear"?
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    Magnetic flux quanta in ground state hydrogen

    How many magnetic flux quanta exist within the ground state hydrogen atom? Thanks in advance.
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    Is a photon's wavelength relative to the velocity of its source?

    I'm not sure whether FTL is required for my example or not. Quantum entanglement doesn't necessarily enable FTL transmission, right?
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    Is a photon's wavelength relative to the velocity of its source?

    Nick, That's basically what I was wondering about. Thanks, Greg
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    Is a photon's wavelength relative to the velocity of its source?

    That's exactly what I meant. Thanks. Why would this not occur? Would it violate a physical law?
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    Is a photon's wavelength relative to the velocity of its source?

    Is a photon's wavelength dependent on the velocity (or acceleration) of the atom which it was emitted? For example, if a photon is emitted from a stationary (or slow moving) molecule, then that molecule is accelerated. Will the photon's wavelength shift wrt to the acceleration (or...
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    Zero point energy of hydrogen atom

    So this post is incorrect. And the ground state energy of hydrogen is supplied by zero-point energy.
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    Electron crash into Proton

    interesting question. I'd bet some super computers are working on something like that right now.
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    Electron crash into Proton

    Just a thought, maybe some variation of that would make more sense to people.
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    Electron crash into Proton

    Couple questions.. 1). It is the coulombs force that keeps the electron near the proton, but is there is an equal "outward" force(?) from nucleous that makes the (ground state) electron cloud want to stay within a certain range, and be sphere shaped (on average). 2.) Would it make sense to...
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    How can something be massless?

    Is spin is related to mass? Edit: just noticed W-Z bosons have mass.
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    How can something be massless?

    1.50e-10 Joules, and the mass goes away.
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    How can something be massless?

    If you have a single (real) proton. How do you turn it into pure energy?
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    How can something be massless?

    The big question is, what does the speed of light squared actually represent? Is it two different velocities, if so, what are they for?
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    How can something be massless?

    E=m*c^2 isn't the same as E=m . Maybe you could say light and mass are two different states of energy? I picture mass as a 'potential' form of energy, that requires lots of energy to release. (correct me if this doesn't sound right).
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    Question about time and space

    Could time and space just be properties of matter?
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    Phonons _ Guage Bosons

    Whats the difference between phonons and guage bosons?
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    Plank's constant: What is it?

    Thanks, rohanprabhu
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    Plank's constant: What is it?

    Can you explain this to me? (from above) In this equation, 'E' is the only unknown value. The energy 'E' is the energy required to determine the position of a proton within the length of the given wavelength. However, it is impossible to determine the position of a particle within it's Compton...
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