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  1. Electrodynamics paradox

    by , 06-11-2011 at 06:49 PM
    This is a question about general relativity and classical electrodynamics. Consider an electron freely falling under the influence of gravity. In it's own frame of reference it feels no acceleration and should not radiate (principle of equivalence). But in the frame of the body exerting the gravitational force it is accelerating, so it should radiate. How can it radiate in one frame of reference and not in another?
  2. Help Requested!

    by , 04-05-2011 at 06:45 AM
    For a very long time I've wondered how light would behave if observed within a 7+ dimensional framework. I would be grateful for any pointers, leads. Thank you!
  3. The Origins of The Universe?

    by , 04-04-2011 at 11:52 AM
    BLOG NOTE: This is a transcript directly from my original blog post written on 3/26/2011 taken from this page: Socoeito: The Theory of Everything Explained

    Tonight, after doing some "deep" thinking, I came up with the "Theory of Everything". OK, by that, I mean the theory of how seemingly "nothing" could turn into everything you see today. My theory proposes that everything that exists today is made up of, and originated from exactly one particle. Admittedly, ...
  4. Quantum Physics: not measurable = non existance??

    by , 03-10-2011 at 08:41 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by MisterMe View Post
    The problem is that too many people try to explain quantum mechanics as though it were still 1906. Quantum mechanics long ago left the realm of philosophy. The quantum behavior of matter and energy are verified facts that scientists and engineers deal with for good and bad every day.
    • Periodic Table of the Elements? Quantum mechanics.
    • Subatomic particles in high-energy particle accelerators? Quantum mechanics.
    • Superconducting materials? Quantum mechanics.
    • Josephson Junctions? Quantum
  5. heeellooo"

    by , 12-27-2010 at 12:09 PM
    Hi there! I'm new here thus i want to say a few words regarding me. My name is Susan Lee. I'm 43 years old and at the moment I reside in Houston.
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