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    Pumping electrons without magnetics?

    those crystals in lighters give off electrons when they're compressed. It should work with them no? If so then all pumps, and turbines should be able to remake into electron pumps.
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    Pumping electrons without magnetics?

    Is it possible to push electrons down a wire if a wheel applying pressure to the wire were rolled down it? Another way to cause the pressure would be to apply a heat source down the wire.
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    How does one calculate Momentum of an object?

    So if a light object pushes off a heavy object, then they're moving in opposite directions and with the same KE, but do they have different momentums?
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    How does one calculate Momentum of an object?

    Ok then take two objects of equal mass in space. They fly at each other and hit a spring inbetween them. Energy is conserved because KE turns into PE. But for the time the objects are slowing down, stopped, and reaccelerating, their momentum is not conserved.
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    How does one calculate Momentum of an object?

    If momentum and KE is conserved, but KE can be conserved as PE like in a spring, then what happened to the momentum of the object after it hit the spring? It's not conserved like the KE is, and there's no term for potental momentum. KE and momentum must match up meaning where's there's some KE...
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    How does one calculate Momentum of an object?

    Ok momentum is not KE, but one can calculate the amount of KE stopping the object and measureing how high it raised a weight, or now much frictional heat it generated. If momentum would be a different number, then how do you measure it? What is momentum? KE will also travel in the same...
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    Where to submit idea?

    I have an relevation. Where should I submit this, it has to do with quantum physic's of heat, and how that interacts with objects. How about this forum?
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    Electromagnetics question

    Ok wanted to be sure about that, now here's another question, or theory. Could it be that on a quantum scale that it's a gyroscopic effect that is causeing the motor to work? A diamagnetic effect happens to the copper, but that effect happens as if B is an axis. So B causes a net "spin", or...
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    Electromagnetics question

    I mean the inducting copper in the picture, maybe "wire" is a better word for it.
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    Electromagnetics question

    see this set-up for a DC Motor http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/magnetic/motdc.html If the sides of the copper frame were the only copper in the field, the motor would still work correct? (stretch the copper frame out, or thin the magnets) So now we have only two sides of the...
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    How do electrons move?

    what's the 2 more circular, and dense spots then? where's the nucleous? The centre is empty, certianly the nucleous is in the centre of the atom??
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    How do electrons move?

    thanks. Is that 2 hydrogen atoms bonded together that I'm looking at?
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    How do electrons move?

    Do they spin, or orbit around the nucelous of the atom?
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    Why does Lorentz Force law work?

    It must be explainable right down to quantum mechanical effects, don't you think?
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    Why does Lorentz Force law work?

    My theory has to do with why homopolar motor/generators work. Does not explain other motors (yet). Here's a question. When a metal disc, lets say copper, spins the atoms spin that's for sure, but do the free floating electrons spin to? Free floating electrons are not bound to any atoms, but they...
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    Why does Lorentz Force law work?

    well I have a theory of how it works. I've connected the dots with already existing magnetic, and physical effects. It seems to make practical sense. I don't know if, or where I should submit this, it might be worthless, or be seen as worthless, and I don't want to submit it somewhere, and have...
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    Why does Lorentz Force law work?

    Thanks, but I can't find that Feynman book so far. I did find these lectures http://www.vega.org.uk/video/subseries/8 Does he explain it in there? He says chemistry is really quantum physic's interactions, details on this is what I'm looking for, but for electric motors, or force laws.
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    Why does Lorentz Force law work?

    Why does it, and these other laws/effects work? Can anyone explain why the Right Hand Rule works, on a quantum scale? Lorentz Force law http://www.ee.byu.edu/em/lorentz.htm [Broken] Right hand rule http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/magnetic/magfor.html The hall effect...
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    Sea of electrons in metals

    Thanks. I wounder if spinning a star shaped (or anything that comes to points on the outer radious) piece of metal, at extremely fast rmp would cause a voltage difference from the centre of the spin to the outer edge of the spin. Or are the other forces that keep the electrons still far too...
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    Sea of electrons in metals

    "Sea" of electrons in metals Is it a "floating" sea of electrons in metals? meaning they are not restricted to a spot relative to the atoms, but they just "float" around as long as it's in the metal, and the charge is almost perfectly level throughout the metal. (I doubt it would be absolutly...
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    Higher v but lower Energy?

    When it's pushed in it gains PE because it's under pressure, when the pressure is released it loses energy by slowing down and moving out to a relaxed orbit. The professor is saying that it loses energy, moves in, and picks up velocity, well to pick-up v it must be forced in, in which case it...
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    Higher v but lower Energy?

    If it is pushed in, then it's veolocity is increased, and it's PE is also. If some of it's total energy is lost then it increases in RPM, is going the same speed, but lost some PE from it's charge attraction to the neucleous. So he is wrong in that video because energy = PE+KE.
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    Higher v but lower Energy?

    When and electron loses energy it drops in orbit of the neucleous, but does it pick up veolocity? In this lecture at 17:20 he says it does, but is he mistaken, because it would make more rounds around the neucleous because it has less distance to travel, and that would not be more velocity but...
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    Magnetism. How?

    Has anyone ever tryed to combine astronomical physic's with quantum physic's, to figure out why the unbalanced electron in the magnets atoms causes N pole in one direction and S in the other? Also most of the magnetic force comes from the Electrons magnetic feild which is NOT in the same...
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    Linear momentum and angular momentum

    I you have a ball flying though space it will have 100% KE but if it hits and connects to a bar that's on a stable axis then it will slow down some because some of the KE will transfer to the spring tension of the molocules in the bar and it will be PE. I guess you could say that the PE is...
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    Newest Alternative Fuel

    Butanol.com Some people are working on Ultra Capacitors that can hold a lot more energy then a battery, even better then EEstores Ultra Caps.
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    Question about gyroscopes

    Thanks for THAT link jeff, I must have missed it before.:surprised
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    Elements that cause explosion/burn

    Yes, but according the wikipedia page you posted, it only decribes the Carbon combining with the Oxygen to explain the explosion, but there's also Hydrogen in coal, and I am asking for compensation for all atoms in the reaction, the atoms must go somewhere.
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    What are those bubbles in my beer?

    I heard alcohol evaporates, also the carbon dioxcide pop does the samething, am I loseing alcohol percentage when I let my beer stand?
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    Elements that cause explosion/burn

    well here's the video that explains the implosion effect. sorry that it's bad quality. [crackpot link deleted] 33.3% H and 66.6% O = implosion I do some experimenting with this gas myself, and follow many others experiments, I see signs of implosion in some bubbles I explode, bits of...
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