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Jul
20
comment Would I get a shock from a Weyl fermion?
I'm getting a very strange picture of this. My understanding now is that you can have a current of energy, a current of charge, a current of spin, a current of holes? What gives the shock the anodization or the energy?
Jul
20
comment Would I get a shock from a Weyl fermion?
Then does that mean the current is nothing to do with the energy which moves a lot faster? en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Speed_of_electricity
Jul
19
comment Would I get a shock from a Weyl fermion?
How I understand "electrickery" is that electrons have a charge that flows as a current between electrons at c. Electrons move at a few meters per second or stay in the same place and jiggle. Electrons carry a current in the same sense as a human wave at a football game.
Jul
19
comment Can I see stars in my light-cone that you can never see?
Z. I was thinking of a star forming during rapid expansion. Would that help my case and increase the time from milliseconds?
Jul
19
comment Would I get a shock from a Weyl fermion?
MC. I see it the same as JR. No photons involved. A separation of an electron's charges. The charges move in only one direction when you apply a magnetic field.
Jul
19
comment Would I get a shock from a Weyl fermion?
In the Princeton news article they use the words "flow of electricity". The flow of charges is a current AFAIK. When you say electrons carry a current what do you mean? The electrons usually move in the opposite direction to the current so how are they carrying current?
Jul
19
comment Would I get a shock from a Weyl fermion?
I'd like to see a comment on why they claim they are a basic building block of the electron in that link.
Jul
19
comment Could negative dimension ever make sense?
Correct me then. A dimension is defined as a distance and a direction for real ones or a distance and a magnitude for useful maths tools.
Jul
19
revised Why does higher acceleration minimize a car's fuel consumption?
adding more specific cause to questions answer
Jul
19
comment Why does higher acceleration minimize a car's fuel consumption?
So I get minus votes because there are 2 things that effect acceleration? Friction and inertia.
Jul
19
comment Would I get a shock from a Weyl fermion?
Opps photons and phonons.Electrons and plasmons. Can't type though.
Jul
19
comment Would I get a shock from a Weyl fermion?
MC. I know the difference between particles and quasi particles. Eg. Phonons and phonons. Elactrons and plasmons. It's deep enough for new computers.
Jul
19
comment Would I get a shock from a Weyl fermion?
ACM. I added a link. In my mind a current is the part of "electricity" that is light like and moves at the speed of light. The electrons move slower. I assume these Weylons move at c too and are the analog of current?
Jul
19
revised Would I get a shock from a Weyl fermion?
to help people understand the breaking news
Jul
18
asked Would I get a shock from a Weyl fermion?
Mar
17
awarded  Nice Question
Mar
14
asked Can I see stars in my light-cone that you can never see?
Mar
14
comment Space is expanding so what is time doing?
One for the math guys, does 0/2 + 0/2 = 0?
Mar
14
comment Space is expanding so what is time doing?
My problem is that if ther is no space and no time and only a thing called spacetime ten expansion must push on it as a whole. It has to be 50 50 if you try dividing something that in reality can't be divided.
Mar
14
asked Can objects orbit around gravitational lensing of a black hole's gravity waves?