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Started by zman9000, 10, November, 2011, 02:10:49 PM
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QuoteWe're made out of good light and evil light.
Quote from: ThorionWe're made out of good light and evil light.
Quote from: Role on 10, November, 2011, 09:25:21 PMHave they found God? Interesting video title.No, they haven't, but they have given him a new name. "Singularity".
Quote from: Role on 10, November, 2011, 09:25:21 PMNo, they haven't, but they have given him a new name. "Singularity".
Quote from: Atrius on 10, November, 2011, 09:24:41 PMQuantum mechanics, eh? Well, first of all, "light" is a form of electromagnetic radiation which is merely a force carried by Photons, therefore light itself cannot be considered a particle. Going further, photons are just one type of confirmed Boson which is itself only one of two categories of currently known elementary particles, the other being Fermions. These two categories combined contain at least 10 confirmed particles, and no less than 18 unconfirmed/theorized particles.
QuoteThis isn't really anything new... matter and energy are one and the same really, just different manifestations of eachother. That's what nuclear energy is possible, because some of that matter is converted into energy.
QuoteAs for "things disappearing into nothingness," I'm not sure how you got that from the video. Could you point me to where they said that?
Quote from: zman9000 on 11, November, 2011, 11:00:59 PMThe first (and best) way I was told what the atomic bomb does is, in the bomb there is a chunk of matter, and there is a small hole in it with a chunk missing, when matter is fired into that hole it creates heat, and with a few other things reacts.(yes that's not exactly what happens but its easier to picture this way.)the chunk of matter has every particle split and it turns into a solid chunk of pure light, heat, and other energy(like radiation).
Quote(yes that's not exactly what happens but its easier to picture this way.)
QuoteSince energy cannot be created or destroyed, once those particles are removed that energy used to hold them in is released.
QuoteStarting to think this topic is too complicated for this forum >_><_< Or this is a forum that draws Trolls in...
Quotehere's how I see it. we are star dust. you see, hydrogen was the only element released dur
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