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The latest time scientists measure light speed in air was 1926 using rotating mirrors reflect light between two mountains in California. wiki

Light speed in vacuum has never been measured.

You think science is all facts? Mostly are BS.
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Man I'm telling you I measured it 2 weeks ago in my optics lab...
Speed of light in vacuum has been measured my friend.
Most recently is the LIGO detector, been a lot of news on it lately
I'm not trying to shoot you down or anything but if you're gonna develop a theory you're gonna need to know this stuff...
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Gravity is coexisted with matters. Gravity is constantly attracting matters.

Therefore gravity is instantaneous.

LIGO lied for more funding for sure.
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Thanks for all the replies!

Do a double slit experiment in vacuum, light will act like particle not wave. Nothing can wave in vacuum space.

Measure light speed in a vacuum glass bottle using one trillion frame per second camera, you will find light speed is infinite.

Both experiment can prove present theory of light is wrong, win you a Nobel Prize.

Relativity is all imaginary.
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Thanks for all the replies!

Do a double slit experiment in vacuum, light will act like particle not wave. Nothing can wave in vacuum space.

Measure light speed in a vacuum glass bottle using one trillion frame per second camera, you will find light speed is infinite.

Both experiment can prove present theory of light is wrong, win you a Nobel Prize.

Relativity is all imaginary.
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I'm telling you man I did this stuff a couple weeks ago...
I will try the diffraction grating experiment in a vacuum and get back to you though
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The latest time scientists measure light speed in air was 1926 using rotating mirrors reflect light between two mountains in California. wiki

Light speed in vacuum has never been measured.

You think science is all facts? Mostly are BS.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76109173


Man I'm telling you I measured it 2 weeks ago in my optics lab...
Speed of light in vacuum has been measured my friend.
Most recently is the LIGO detector, been a lot of news on it lately
I'm not trying to shoot you down or anything but if you're gonna develop a theory you're gonna need to know this stuff...
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Gravity is coexisted with matters. Gravity is constantly attracting matters.

Therefore gravity is instantaneous.

LIGO lied for more funding for sure.
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They possibly could have

We're not sure if gravity is instant or not I will give you that
Try and figure out an experiment with that one tho

The math works, the math will stay the same even if the naming scheme is different..
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Force is coexisted with matters, force cannot be stopped, force has to be instantaneous.

If gravity is not instantaneous, planets cannot stay in stable orbit. Because gravity will be delayed all the times.
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Force is coexisted with matters, force cannot be stopped, force has to be instantaneous.

If gravity is not instantaneous, planets cannot stay in stable orbit. Because gravity will be delayed all the times.
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You gotta break it down in a different perspective..
the audio from headphones is not instantaneous but the song isn't lagging as it plays..

Whether or not it's instantaneous is irrelevant. We have no technology that could utilize such a phenomena, maybe if we were star travelers..
The math works, the stuff we need to account it for works, so again, the math will stay the same even if you're proven right.. there are a great breadth of other interesting topics to think about my friend
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What math are you talking about?

Speed has nothing to do with force.

F=G x m1m2/R^2 and F= Ke x q1q2/R^2 have no speed.
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Why do you need a co-writer if you have it all figured out and don't want to hear any different opinion anyway?

To do all the hard work for you while agreeing with everything your mind made up with no calculations to back it up?

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Debunk the science, so we can learn. I majored in physics, dropped out of college long ago.
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g0mer-surprise
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I am in college now loving physics
It's hard sometimes yeah, but to get a basic understanding of what's going on is well worth it.

Not everything I'm taught I necessarily believe, but when you see predicted quantum phenomena with an STM , then you realize they're at least on the right track.

When you literally see an atom in person, and apply different frequencies of light across it or subject it to an electric field and watch as it's changing..man...

I support the idea of an alternate physics book but it's frivolous if you just write a bunch of theories without any experiments no ones gonna take it seriously. Start running some experiments showing your theories...
Get some data and then we'll talk. I'm in a scientific paper publishing class right now so I got you
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About your STM. Do you know that STM violates Heisenberg uncertainty?
[link to arxiv.org (secure)]
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Why do you need a co-writer if you have it all figured out and don't want to hear any different opinion anyway?

To do all the hard work for you while agreeing with everything your mind made up with no calculations to back it up?

seinGluck
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epiclol
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What math are you talking about?

Speed has nothing to do with force.

F=G x m1m2/R^2 and F= Ke x q1q2/R^2 have no speed.
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Whatever standards were measuring by predict specific results. It would be hard to obtain a different equation that would give you the same exact result

The speed of a gravitational wave or whatever would be very relevant to the discussion. There is no math for the "speed" of it bec we have no experimental data to model it after. That's what ligo is even for, so yea they might be funneling money but that's one of the most sophisticated decives we've ever built. If that can't figure it out, we're gonna need to wait a few decades before we can begin to try again..
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What math are you talking about?

Speed has nothing to do with force.

F=G x m1m2/R^2 and F= Ke x q1q2/R^2 have no speed.
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Disagree
Friction in their air. Faster you move, stronger resistance force.
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Why do you need a co-writer if you have it all figured out and don't want to hear any different opinion anyway?

To do all the hard work for you while agreeing with everything your mind made up with no calculations to back it up?

seinGluck
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The universal repulsion force is proven by Coulomb's law itself.

No theory can be more accurate.

Do you understand? Do you agree?

My English is very poor, really need a co-writer.

I sure open to all fact and logic.
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Debunk the science, so we can learn. I majored in physics, dropped out of college long ago.
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g0mer-surprise
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I am in college now loving physics
It's hard sometimes yeah, but to get a basic understanding of what's going on is well worth it.

Not everything I'm taught I necessarily believe, but when you see predicted quantum phenomena with an STM , then you realize they're at least on the right track.

When you literally see an atom in person, and apply different frequencies of light across it or subject it to an electric field and watch as it's changing..man...

I support the idea of an alternate physics book but it's frivolous if you just write a bunch of theories without any experiments no ones gonna take it seriously. Start running some experiments showing your theories...
Get some data and then we'll talk. I'm in a scientific paper publishing class right now so I got you
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About your STM. Do you know that STM violates Heisenberg uncertainty?
[link to arxiv.org (secure)]
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Debunk the science, so we can learn. I majored in physics, dropped out of college long ago.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76109173


g0mer-surprise
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77365094


I am in college now loving physics
It's hard sometimes yeah, but to get a basic understanding of what's going on is well worth it.

Not everything I'm taught I necessarily believe, but when you see predicted quantum phenomena with an STM , then you realize they're at least on the right track.

When you literally see an atom in person, and apply different frequencies of light across it or subject it to an electric field and watch as it's changing..man...

I support the idea of an alternate physics book but it's frivolous if you just write a bunch of theories without any experiments no ones gonna take it seriously. Start running some experiments showing your theories...
Get some data and then we'll talk. I'm in a scientific paper publishing class right now so I got you
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About your STM. Do you know that STM violates Heisenberg uncertainty?
[link to arxiv.org (secure)]
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Because a theory from 60 years ago is universal law..
the uncertainty model was empirically derived from experimentation, nothing else. The technology they had back in that day is eons behind what we have now, even in the 80s when the stm was developed.

Like many things, different rules apply to different ranges of sizes
The Heisenberg might work for small atoms but it might not work with smaller, as obviously it doesn't work with the larger. They didn't even have the technology back then to measure anything smaller

So your accusative (strangely?) statement is acknowledged sir
I am well versed in these topics and are free to debate whatever you wish
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Why do you need a co-writer if you have it all figured out and don't want to hear any different opinion anyway?

To do all the hard work for you while agreeing with everything your mind made up with no calculations to back it up?

seinGluck
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The universal repulsion force is proven by Coulomb's law itself.

No theory can be more accurate.

Do you understand? Do you agree?

My English is very poor, really need a co-writer.

I sure open to all fact and logic.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76109173


Also be respectful to opponent's opinions. PhD in Theoretical Physics is talking to you. I believe you have more study to do before writing books. Think about who would be reading it?
You can handle the truth at your own risk. Lust for power exposes the slave.
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g0mer-surprise
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I am in college now loving physics
It's hard sometimes yeah, but to get a basic understanding of what's going on is well worth it.

Not everything I'm taught I necessarily believe, but when you see predicted quantum phenomena with an STM , then you realize they're at least on the right track.

When you literally see an atom in person, and apply different frequencies of light across it or subject it to an electric field and watch as it's changing..man...

I support the idea of an alternate physics book but it's frivolous if you just write a bunch of theories without any experiments no ones gonna take it seriously. Start running some experiments showing your theories...
Get some data and then we'll talk. I'm in a scientific paper publishing class right now so I got you
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About your STM. Do you know that STM violates Heisenberg uncertainty?
[link to arxiv.org (secure)]
 Quoting: TSPNS


...


g0mer-surprise
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77365094


I am in college now loving physics
It's hard sometimes yeah, but to get a basic understanding of what's going on is well worth it.

Not everything I'm taught I necessarily believe, but when you see predicted quantum phenomena with an STM , then you realize they're at least on the right track.

When you literally see an atom in person, and apply different frequencies of light across it or subject it to an electric field and watch as it's changing..man...

I support the idea of an alternate physics book but it's frivolous if you just write a bunch of theories without any experiments no ones gonna take it seriously. Start running some experiments showing your theories...
Get some data and then we'll talk. I'm in a scientific paper publishing class right now so I got you
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 72810610


About your STM. Do you know that STM violates Heisenberg uncertainty?
[link to arxiv.org (secure)]
 Quoting: TSPNS


Because a theory from 60 years ago is universal law..
the uncertainty model was empirically derived from experimentation, nothing else. The technology they had back in that day is eons behind what we have now, even in the 80s when the stm was developed.

Like many things, different rules apply to different ranges of sizes
The Heisenberg might work for small atoms but it might not work with smaller, as obviously it doesn't work with the larger. They didn't even have the technology back then to measure anything smaller

So your accusative (strangely?) statement is acknowledged sir
I am well versed in these topics and are free to debate whatever you wish
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 72810610


It also got violated when you have timelike curves.
[link to phys.org (secure)]

[link to journals.aps.org (secure)]
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Friction in their air. Faster you move, stronger resistance force.

Resistance force has attitude, no speed.

Only moving matter has speed.
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Friction in their air. Faster you move, stronger resistance force.

Resistance force has attitude, no speed.

Only moving matter has speed.
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hmmm
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Friction in their air. Faster you move, stronger resistance force.

Resistance force has attitude, no speed.

Only moving matter has speed.
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:hmmm:
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That's right, tyson.
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Tyson said there is no gravity. Apply falling down is because space pushes it down.

Space tells matter how to move, matter tells space how to curve.

Totally BS.
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Why do you need a co-writer if you have it all figured out and don't want to hear any different opinion anyway?

To do all the hard work for you while agreeing with everything your mind made up with no calculations to back it up?

seinGluck
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The universal repulsion force is proven by Coulomb's law itself.

No theory can be more accurate.

Do you understand? Do you agree?

My English is very poor, really need a co-writer.

I sure open to all fact and logic.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76109173


Also be respectful to opponent's opinions. PhD in Theoretical Physics is talking to you. I believe you have more study to do before writing books. Think about who would be reading it?
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How do you think about coulomb's law? How true is it to you? Thanks!
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bump
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The Standard Model of atomic structure


Before we understand atoms, how can we know the universe?

Science says 1 electron and 1 proton able to form a hydrogen atom.

That is impossible. The 2 particles attract each other with the strongest attraction force in nature F=Ke x pe/R^2.

Therefore they must stick together under that force. The electron is impossible to circle/wave/cloud around the proton to form a stable atom.

If the standard model of atomic structure is wrong, the rest of science will be all wrong.

Scientists invented a force called strong force, it holds protons together.

They forgot to invent another force, that keeps electron away from proton.

The attraction force between electron and proton is 10^33 times stronger than 2 neodymium magnets.

What force can separate proton and electron?

See how stupid is the standard model?

Uncertainty principle, wave-particle duality, wave function collapse, electron shell, orbital, quantum state, energy level, electron hole, electron cloud, all imaginary, made up word puzzles that have nothing to do with reality.

The standard model is like a monkey story.

So sad. You got to follow that shit to get a degree. You got to teach that shit to become a teacher.
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"It was a dark and sciency night." Hey, I'm. working on it.banana2