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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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    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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    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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