# Is it possible, that one physics law is "Everything is in motion?"

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• andrecoelho
In summary, there is no law that states "Everything is in motion." Zero does, in fact, exist in nature.
andrecoelho
TL;DR Summary
everything in motion
Is it possible, that one physics law is "Everything is in motion?" (since zero doesnt belong to nature)...if so, does that implies that black holes move?

PeroK
"zero" belongs in nature as much as any other number.

And, black holes certainly move : as well as evidence of galaxies (which commonly have huge BH's at their center) passing through each other, we've real-time observed black holes colliding.

russ_watters
andrecoelho said:
TL;DR Summary: everything in motion

Is it possible, that one physics law is "Everything is in motion?" (since zero doesnt belong to nature)...if so, does that implies that black holes move?
Everything IS in motion. All motion is relative and everything is in motion relative to SOMETHING, but we hardly need a "law" to say that.

Also, what on Earth could you possibly mean by "zero doesn't belong to nature" ??? I am currently holding zero apples in my left hand.

PhDeezNutz and russ_watters
you can't it doesnt exists...you arne't holding anything...for example, for apples or roses..zero of those two are equal...also because of infinity might be zero..for example the creation of the university

Motore and PeroK
andrecoelho said:
you can't it doesnt exists...you arne't holding anything...for example, for apples or roses..zero of those two are equal...also because of infinity might be zero..for example the creation of the university
This is just word salad as far as I can tell. Or, put another way:

PhDeezNutz, russ_watters, Bystander and 2 others
andrecoelho said:
you can't it doesnt exists...
True, in the limited sense of the natural numbers, which you did not specify in your original post, which had to do with motion, which measurement rarely approximates a natural number.

hmmm27 said:
True, in the limited sense of the natural numbers, which you did not specity in your original post.
ooops forgot :)

andrecoelho said:
you can't it doesnt exists...you arne't holding anything...for example, for apples or roses..zero of those two are equal...also because of infinity might be zero..for example the creation of the university
You need to learn some physics. This is just rambling, ungrammatical nonsense.

Zero is an eigenvalue of the quantum angular momentum operator, hence a valid measurement of angular momentum. Zero does, therefore, exist in nature - in this and many other contexts.

PhDeezNutz and russ_watters
PeroK said:
You need to learn some physics. This is just rambling, ungrammatical nonsense.

Zero is an eigenvalue of the quantum angular momentum operator, hence a valid measurement of angular momentum. Zero does, therefore, exist in nature - in this and many other contexts.
Ok.... but since everything moves, (i checked wikipedia), then everything is subject to a force , and applying a force?
thanks....

andrecoelho said:
Ok.... but since everything moves, (i checked wikipedia), then everything is subject to a force , and applying a force?
thanks....
GADS! NO! You really need to learn some VERY basic physics. Maybe start with Newton's Laws at least.

PhDeezNutz, Vanadium 50, russ_watters and 1 other person
andrecoelho said:
... because of infinity might be zero..for example the creation of the university
I know our academic institutions have come under fire, but ...

nasu, dextercioby, malawi_glenn and 3 others
andrecoelho said:
you can't it doesnt exists...you arne't holding anything...for example, for apples or roses..zero of those two are equal...also because of infinity might be zero..for example the creation of the university
PF Medic here, stopping the bleeding. Thanks all for trying to help the newbie.

Vanadium 50, russ_watters, jbriggs444 and 2 others

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