Bobby17

Smartphones fail logical behaviour

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When you’re outside and you push the send button on the screen of your smartphone to send a message to someone, the smartphone sends this message in every direction from your smartphone in order for your smartphone to reach the nearest cell-tower. 

 

This message in every direction must have a weight bigger than zero in every direction. Because what weighs zero or nothing is nothing and nothing can only remain itself. 

 

And when this message in every direction has a weight bigger than zero in every direction, for not being nothing, one can see this message in every direction as very tiny bullets that leave your smartphone in every direction at high speed while each tiny bullet has a weight bigger than zero. 

 

And that’s when the logic of a smartphone starts to fail because all these very tiny bullets in every direction crash at high speed with the other very tiny bullets in every direction from other smartphone users so that the message doesn’t reach the nearest cell-tower in the original form. 

 

That means that smartphones use a manifestation of the impossible to send their message in original form to the receiver and that leads to the study of manifestations of the impossible. 

 

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Torturing "logic" like that is illegal in most countries. 

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2 hours ago, Bobby17 said:

This message in every direction must have a weight bigger than zero in every direction.

Weight has one direction. We call it "down"

Messages don't meaningfully have weight.

 

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Please forgive the members of this forum.  They can be very rude.

Cell phones emit waves not particles.  Your thought process was to consider the phones messages like particles (little bullets).  But they are waves.  While waves can interfere the rules are much different for how waves behave as opposed to particles.

Consider if you dropped a stone "your phone message" into a pool.  The "wave" or "ripple" would extend in "all" directions.

Further here is some info on the behavior of waves v.s. particles.

Your post showed a large amount of creative thinking I liked that.  +1

http://physics.ucr.edu/~wudka/Physics7/Notes_www/node64.html

3 hours ago, Bobby17 said:

When you’re outside and you push the send button on the screen of your smartphone to send a message to someone, the smartphone sends this message in every direction from your smartphone in order for your smartphone to reach the nearest cell-tower. 

 

This message in every direction must have a weight bigger than zero in every direction. Because what weighs zero or nothing is nothing and nothing can only remain itself. 

 

And when this message in every direction has a weight bigger than zero in every direction, for not being nothing, one can see this message in every direction as very tiny bullets that leave your smartphone in every direction at high speed while each tiny bullet has a weight bigger than zero. 

 

And that’s when the logic of a smartphone starts to fail because all these very tiny bullets in every direction crash at high speed with the other very tiny bullets in every direction from other smartphone users so that the message doesn’t reach the nearest cell-tower in the original form. 

 

That means that smartphones use a manifestation of the impossible to send their message in original form to the receiver and that leads to the study of manifestations of the impossible. 

 

 

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4 hours ago, Bobby17 said:

This message in every direction must have a weight bigger than zero in every direction. Because what weighs zero or nothing is nothing and nothing can only remain itself. 

The "particles" are photons of electromagnetic energy. They have no mass, but they do have energy (and momentum) so they are not nothing.

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And that’s when the logic of a smartphone starts to fail because all these very tiny bullets in every direction crash at high speed with the other very tiny bullets in every direction from other smartphone users so that the message doesn’t reach the nearest cell-tower in the original form. 

These "bullets" are photons and they don't interact with one another. The radio waves used by the phone are basically the same as light. You can shine two light beams through one another and they don't crash into one another. So the problem you imagine doesn't exist.

And, of course, as Conway says, you can treat the signals from the phones as waves (which is actually much simpler) and they still don't crash into each other. They also use a broadband encoding technique so the receiver can separate out the signals from each phone.

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