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  1. One person told me that modern physics support solipsism. I do not believe it. Does modern physics support solipsism? Does modern physics have any evidence that solipsism is true?
  2. If the hypothesis of the brain in the vat is correct, this means that we cannot touch another person or object. The point is that it doesn't matter whether these hypothesis are correct or not. The only thing that worries me is how the touch happens if in the real world it is the interaction of atoms (in particular, electrons). thanks
  3. I heard that relapse can happen if you don't practice, right?
  4. When a person touches another person, do the atoms of the hand come into contact with the atoms of the skin of another person, or will there be a thin layer of air around all the objects that will impede the contact between the atoms of the hand and the atoms of the skin of another person? Or will almost all of the air be pushed out and there will be direct contact? thank
  5. could it be said that heterosexual people have no sexual attraction to other men but there is some other attraction and the pupils expand from this?
  6. but straight people say that they are not excited by the male body and since childhood they have been attracted only to the female body. If they are not attracted to the male body, then how can they be beaten mostly with straight or bisexual people?
  7. how can there be moral disgust, if everyone like it ?
  8. the question is if if studies show that all people are bisexual, why then do many people say that they are not attracted to the same gender?
  9. we can say that orientation is a choice and all people are bisexual, but what about the red-violet scale, the Kinsey scale, and the fact that sexuality is not a choice and is influenced by factors such as geniuses, hormones, and social factors?
  10. many people said they were not attracted to the same gender, but studies show that heterosexual men are excited by watching other men porn, how can I understand?
  11. what is mean:"Not Sure about full on sexual attraction but definitely an appreciation for the other sex, if that makes sense"? That is, they will not have any sexual attraction to the same sex?
  12. you want to say that 80 percent of heterosexuals in the world have sexual feelings for the same sex but just hide them?
  13. Excuse me but if all people are bisexual, why talk about the spectrum. Why, then, about 80 percent of people say that they are heterosexual and do not prey on any feelings for the same gender?
  14. Is it true that no one is totaly straight? What it is mean? https://www.google.com/amp/s/metro.co.uk/2018/03/14/no-one-actually-100-per-cent-straight-new-study-discovers-7386358/amp/
  15. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.unilad.co.uk/life/straight-people-dont-exist-finds-new-study/amp/ Recent studies show that the eyes dilate when people watch male and female porn in all men and women, regardless of their orientation, which indicates sexual arousal. It turns out all the bisexuals. But how are studies that say that sexual orientation is not a choice; Many factors influence sexual orientation, such as: genes, hormones, culture. Sexual orientation is very stable and is unlikely to change. Statistics say 90% of the heterosexual population. How can this be understood?
  16. What factors affect sexual fluidity?
  17. Sorry for the stupid question. Can this be called a real transfer?
  18. In quantum field theory, electrons can physically move from one material to another?
  19. that is, the field quanta can behave like the classical ones ?
  20. I do not say electrons are particles. Electrons - entities (field quanta). I want to understand that all objects consist of atoms. Atoms consist of quarks and electrons, when the two materials are in contact, electrons (field quanta) move from one material to another?
  21. In the classical theory of tribo, electricity is described by the exchange of electrons, for example when rubbing the balloon to the hair. How does it work in quantum field theory? This is also the exchange of electrons. And according to the quantum field theory, electrons are the essence?
  22. If the particles in quantum field theory are stable excitations in a field, they can exist for an unlimited time? And once again I will ask, when in the quantum field theory there is an electrical discharge, do the electrons really go from one material to another?
  23. You are a good teacher. I would like to clarify if I understood correctly: electrons are wave packets in quantum field theory. The processes in which electrons are exchanged occur in the same way as in classical theory. The difference lies in the fact that in the classical theory materials are exchanged by the points of particles, and in the quantum field theory materials are exchanged wave packets
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