Thought I'd share a thought I had about a year or so ago while I was looking through a Hubble photos book in wonderment at the vast scale of the universe.
Suppose our universe is but one in lets say an infinite number of other universes all within a multiverse.
And lets say that the formation...
I know little about this but supposedly there is some thinking coming from LQG that black holes might be new universes and that our own universe may itself be a black hole birthed from another.
Black holes are constantly both gaining and losing energy. Assuming our universe is a black hole...
It may be possible that with a powerful enough particle collider that we can create very small black holes. They are supposed to evaporate extremely fast, a tiny fraction of a second. I know that we aren't even sure we can make them, but some of today’s leading theories suggest we can. Can...
What would happen if the slit experiment is done with three slits and at only one slit some sort of particle detecting or particle tagging device is placed and at the remaining slits no means of particle detecting is introduced.
I know the results of two slits with and without two detectors...
Ok some friends and I have been arguing over this for hours!
If we are rolling 3 six sided dice, one at a time, what are the odds that one of the three dice will land on a 6 (lets say). Each dice clearly has a 1/6 chance of landing on the 6 each. We are not interested in more than one...