• Explain this atheists?

    Where does all the matter come from? Where did the laws, gravity, centripetal force, etc come from? Where does energy come from? It would take energy to create a big bang right? If a spinning object breaks apart in a frictionless environment the fragments will all spin in the same direction. If the whole universe... show more
    Where does all the matter come from? Where did the laws, gravity, centripetal force, etc come from? Where does energy come from? It would take energy to create a big bang right? If a spinning object breaks apart in a frictionless environment the fragments will all spin in the same direction. If the whole universe started as a swirling dot, why do two planets spinn backwards? Venus and Uranus rotate backwards from the other planets. Isn't that kind of hard on your big bang theory? Not only that 6 of the 63 moons rotate backwards. Now if you ask me where God comes from and I say that I don't know, don't tell me that your theory is science and mine is religion, when "I don't know" is so often your answer. They are both religions. And how can you say that it is unreasonable that all animals today come from the ones on the ark, when you believe that all life come from a rock?
    20 answers · 2 days ago
  • Do neutrons have an electric field?

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  • Can matter travel faster than light?

    Best answer: not according to current thinking about how reality works, no. Won't stay as matter anyway even if you could go as fist as light with some matter, so not only is it not possible to go as fast as or faster than light, matter can't even stay as matter if it is made to go that fast.
    Best answer: not according to current thinking about how reality works, no. Won't stay as matter anyway even if you could go as fist as light with some matter, so not only is it not possible to go as fast as or faster than light, matter can't even stay as matter if it is made to go that fast.
    13 answers · 3 days ago
  • Time isn't linear, it's cubic?

    All of you are EDUCATED STUPID
    All of you are EDUCATED STUPID
    13 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is it possible for a plane to go 'round the world so fast the passengers get stuck to the ceiling?

    Best answer: At orbital speed near the surface of earth, you would experience zero gravity. At faster speeds, you would need inverse wings to keep you down.

    that speed is
    Satellite motion, circular
    V = √(GM/R) = √(3.98e14/6.37e6) = 7900 m/s
    or 7.9 km/s or 4.9 mi/s or 18000 mi/hr or mach 25
    Best answer: At orbital speed near the surface of earth, you would experience zero gravity. At faster speeds, you would need inverse wings to keep you down.

    that speed is
    Satellite motion, circular
    V = √(GM/R) = √(3.98e14/6.37e6) = 7900 m/s
    or 7.9 km/s or 4.9 mi/s or 18000 mi/hr or mach 25
    10 answers · 3 days ago
  • Could gravity be explained by the density of the air?

    Lower to earth the density of air is much greater, the weight and pressure created by the combined worlds air keeps us on the ground. I have no clue about physics, I'm probably really silly asking this but probably learn something. I'm just having trouble with its the size/spin of the planet that makes... show more
    Lower to earth the density of air is much greater, the weight and pressure created by the combined worlds air keeps us on the ground. I have no clue about physics, I'm probably really silly asking this but probably learn something. I'm just having trouble with its the size/spin of the planet that makes this force that creates a magic force called gravity, that can't be right. I am positive that is just as whack pot as my theory.
    16 answers · 5 days ago
  • Which is shorter, an instant of time or a point in time?

    Instants are infinitesimally small changes in time which require at least two points to make. A point in time is not infintesimal because infinitesimals have a size but are immeasurable while points have no size whatsoever. Both infintesimals and points are dimensionless because neither have a measureable size.
    Instants are infinitesimally small changes in time which require at least two points to make. A point in time is not infintesimal because infinitesimals have a size but are immeasurable while points have no size whatsoever. Both infintesimals and points are dimensionless because neither have a measureable size.
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • What happens inside the space between two strong magnets?

    What happens inside the space between two strong magnets?

    As far as I know to get current and voltage from a coil it is quite necessary a variable magnetic field around the coil. I have watched several videos getting current enough to make an electric motor to run or a lamp to bright through a system with two microwave oven magnets -they are really powerful- face to face... show more
    As far as I know to get current and voltage from a coil it is quite necessary a variable magnetic field around the coil. I have watched several videos getting current enough to make an electric motor to run or a lamp to bright through a system with two microwave oven magnets -they are really powerful- face to face and in between a coil. The system generates current, but to my view the magnetic field among them is constant. Impossible that the system would work. What am I really missing to understand the functionning of that system?
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • Did Einstein really have the answer for what is gravity and does it contain all fields?

    Best answer: Gravity is the curvature of spacetime. Einstein described this mathematically. This is General relativity.
    Gravity does not contain all fields of force. It is only one of 4.
    Best answer: Gravity is the curvature of spacetime. Einstein described this mathematically. This is General relativity.
    Gravity does not contain all fields of force. It is only one of 4.
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • Are you sure about that?

    Astronomy professor Karl Gebhardt, who studies masses of black holes, said the images of the Messier 87 black hole, taken by the Event Horizon Telescope team, helped researchers confirm their predictions about black holes. Black holes are a collection of matter that have a gravitational force so strong, nothing can... show more
    Astronomy professor Karl Gebhardt, who studies masses of black holes, said the images of the Messier 87 black hole, taken by the Event Horizon Telescope team, helped researchers confirm their predictions about black holes. Black holes are a collection of matter that have a gravitational force so strong, nothing can escape it, Gebhardt said. “Objects would have to move faster than the speed of light to escape a black hole, which is impossible,” Gebhardt said
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  • What causes a rainbow?

    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • Which statement best describes nuclear fisson?

    Which statement best describes nuclear fisson? Releases energy in the form of water Atoms are fused Big atom split apart to make a smaller room Atoms are combined to produce
    Which statement best describes nuclear fisson? Releases energy in the form of water Atoms are fused Big atom split apart to make a smaller room Atoms are combined to produce
    5 answers · 2 days ago