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  1. "consistent with what is observed even though you can't observe those things" I don't understand sorry
  2. I think I read that string theory predicts that all things are made up of strings at the subatomic level without any proof yet. Based on this simple prediction they have theorized a lot of mathematical proof for other theories. Is that true, it is all based on a single lie?
  3. Yes I am a layman just hand it over as a pdf file
  4. Like you can tell what a person is like and how there mind thinks etc through studying their hand writing. Do you think there is some sort of way intelligent people write compared to non-intelligent. Also bonus question, what is your writing style like, I write cursive and it is slanted to the right.
  5. For instance hydrogen atom I think has 1 proton and 1 electron. Can you have 1 proton and 2 electrons, what is that called? Can you just add electrons or protons or neutrons to an atom or is that not allowed due to the laws of nature.
  6. Let us say between a proton and electron at a small distance d. They are opposite charges so they feel an electrostatic force of attraction. What about electric field. Do I just draw the lines from positive to negative for electric field?
  7. Stretching within itself. How do we know the universe is expanding? What is it even expanding into?
  8. If you play around with the frequencies of sound, can you produce electromagnetic radiation by causing atoms to vibrate thus releasing electromagnetic radiation.
  9. For example, mass, spin, charge and color. What am I missing. I am learning about subatomic particles and want to know all their properties. Thanks in advance.
  10. I am just kidding. No I think you are in the right, my dad always drink coffee and drive and never have accident, as long as you good driver and no accident then it is good. edit: and also that no law is broken. You break no law so it is fine I think.
  11. Or put it better by a video I watched on you tube "the weak nuclear interaction" which still doesn't make me understand it fully. It is neither a push or pull force which makes it less intuitive but it is responsible for radioactive decay according to Wikipedia. Can someone please give me an intuitive definition of the weak nuclear force and its function.
  12. I totally understand that guy, I would of parked the car right in front of you and force you to stop and then do big farts in your car then drive off.
  13. Well I was thinking that there was possibility they were repelling each other but the strong nuclear force keep them together... edit: and that the strong nuclear force is greater then the repulsive force between quarks if there was repulsion...
  14. Inside the proton or neutron are those quarks repelling each other or attracting each other.
  15. And does it hold protons and neutrons together in the nucleus. Can you please tell me what it specifically does, thanks in advance.
  16. How is information like new discoveries, quantum mechanic discoveries released into the public? Is there a main website where that happens, is it by law information must be released to public or do scientists have a belief information must be shared. How do we know so much about what scientists do and know, how is this information distributed to public and for even sites like Wikipedia to know about tons of stuff
  17. Dumbest fuck I ever read about.

  18. If there is an electrostatic force between the electron and proton, why doesn't the electron go all the way into the nucleus, what is stopping the electron from doing that.
  19. Do you think that matter is just fluctuations of energy inside the field it has. For example the electron is a fluctuation of energy in the electron field.
  20. Do electric and magnetic fields control the movement of the particle leading to its collision
  21. Can this equation find the derivative of any given function
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