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    the underbelly of hell... oh wait... nevermind, it's just ohio.
  • College Major/Degree
    CG Animation
  • Favorite Area of Science
    Physics, if i were forced at gun point to pick.
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    Freelance CG Artist and Web Designer
  1. I was doing some thinking about light and how it behaves and trying to figure out what the smallest we could focus a beam of photons would be. In my research, I think the answer would be something related to the frequency of the light, but i'm not sure. basically i was wondering if it would be possible to focus a beam of light into a singularity of sorts, and if any odd things might happen at that point depending on energy levels, frequency, etc.
  2. not that there is any way i know of to actually do it with perminant magnets, but is there any way to create a spherical configuration with all of one pole pointing towards the center? or will the poles shift themselves over time. if you could create something with overlapping fields that would in essance make a solid magnetic wall of a single polarity with a void in the center, then the positrons or electrons should simply bounce around off of the barriers. the only problem i could forsee would be that they might try to travel directly along a field line and escape... but could enough over
  3. i was actually just thinking about inertial forces acting on antimater. technically it should still have mass since mass as we know it is calculated as an absolute value. so gravity and inertia should affect a coherent mass of antimatter as it does matter. as far as containment goes, the only thing i could think of would be to use super conductors to generate a strong enough magnetic field, but then we would need to have ambient temperature super conductors, and that's a whole nother topic. the ideal situation for containing and utilizing antimater would be in space. as a weapon, there
  4. i was actually considering dark energy vs. the expansion of spacetime on the way home from a meeting today. the half hour drive alone leaves for quite a bit of time to percolate an idea. my idea takes a few liberties with the theories of relativity, the big bang and the actual function of time. what i was wondering is, what if the term "flow of time" is actually not too far off? if you were to consider an unmeasured energy particle for time (tempron) was created along with the big bang along with all space and energy. i say energy here for the sake of argument that by relativity, mat
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