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1. the idea of teleportation

Does nature work on the principle of teleportation,with confined quarks acting as anchorage points? Most of the other particles can be converted to energy and recreated somewhere else.
2. Wave-Particle Duality Theory

E=mc2 simply says their is a ratio between energy and mass. Photons being the transmitters of energy.
3. Do all photons have equal energy?

If 3D vacuum is at a point of equilibrium,to go away from that point of equilibrium and become 4D requires energy. Taking what you say that "it's like having an object in a room,and another object in the room above it",if electrons are objects in an atom,they can not exist at the same 4D energy level away from the point of equilibrium 3D. The only difference between a 3D vacuum and an atom,is that energy is put into the vacuum to create a 4D atom.
4. Do all photons have equal energy?

You can't use the same bit of space to create 2 electrons,each electron must be created out of their own separate bit of space. If an electron moves it would be the same electron but created out of a different bit of space. A bit like creating a knot out of a bit of string,if I move the knot along the string,it's the same knot but created out of different bit of string.
5. Do all photons have equal energy?

The vacuum would be 3 dimensional,particles would be 4 dimensional ripples.
6. Can someone fake a plane ride?

If the pendulum was swinging and the aircraft changes direction then the aircraft would revolve around the pendulum. The aircraft would have to change direction just to taxi on to the runway.
7. Can someone fake a plane ride?

Hang a pendulum from the ceiling.

modelled.
9. Do all photons have equal energy?

Can mass be explained with 3 dimensions?
10. Do all photons have equal energy?

If 2 like charged particles are heading towards each other,the 2 particles radiate photons towards each other therefore pushing them apart,however if 2 opposite charged particles(electron/positron) are heading towards each other they must radiate photons outward until the electron and positron occupy the same space. Does the pauli exclusion principle apply to electron and positron occupying the same space?
11. Do all photons have equal energy?

If I have 4 spacial dimensions(w,x,y,z) then an electron and positron can occupy the same position in 3 dimensions but different positions in 4 dimensions, (w-r,0,0,0) and (w+r,0,0,0) thereby have mass but no electric charge(a wimp/dark matter).only if the electron and positron oscillate on the x,y,or z axis,would they have a detectable charge.And only if they have enough kinetic energy would they separate.
12. Do all photons have equal energy?

Question? does a photon go through a cycle of existence e.g:- from one point existing as an electron through a point of non-existence to a point of existence as a positron and then non-existence and back to electron?
13. Evolution does not explain the human brain or does it.

chimpanzees have photographic memories,so it might not be that some people have this talent but that most people have lost it.
14. questions about dark matter density

As far as I know the answer is that nobody knows.
15. heat and velocity

If you run more oxygen comes in contact with the surface.
16. Do all photons have equal energy?

Yes,you have hit the nail on the head there. (w,x,y,z) + t r2 = w2 + x2 = wavelength/4 where r = radius and w = 0 is a point of equilibrium
17. Do all photons have equal energy?

But my original question was do all photons have equal energy in 4 dimensional space-time? It's the 4 dimensional space that changes not the photon?
18. Do all photons have equal energy?

You can move towards or away from a source of light. And a photons frequency would change if it was headed towards or away from a mass(the greater the mass the greater the change).

A change in conductivity or resistance,changes the output not the input.
20. Do all photons have equal energy?

But you can change a photons frequency without destroying it.
21. Do all photons have equal energy?

In which way would a photon change it's momentum,it can't change it's velocity and it can't change it,s mass.
22. Question about behaviour of light

every point on the floor receives different coloured light refracted from different points of the glass,however at the edge of the shadow not all colours can reach those points from any point on the glass.
23. Electro Magnetism

Electrical synapses are faster and usually associated with fear response,hormone release,reflex actions etc. Chemical synapses are slower but have a gain,in other words the more often they fire the easier they fire. neurotransmitters use calcium ions.
24. Electro Magnetism

chemical synapses or electrical synapses? I'm not sure it would be that easy to find an expert on neurotransmitters.It's a complicated question. Shining a light in someone's eyes causes neurotransmitters to fire,so there must already be a mechanism? Hammer head sharks can detect movement of an electric field.
25. force and mass

A force requires a force carrying particle,which has a field,force increases as the distance decreases?That takes time for a macroscopic effect to be felt?
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