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Niklas Rosencrantz (Stockholm, Sweden)


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accepted Will larger balls make a Newton's cradle swing more stable?
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asked Will larger balls make a Newton's cradle swing more stable?
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revised Could negative dimension ever make sense?
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comment Can there be energy with no force or energy with no power?
@Chris Thanks I think you understood I'm thinking of a basic example like a flashlight in space.
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accepted Can negative energy explain blackholes?
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comment Can negative energy explain blackholes?
I understand the comment and I thank you for letting me ask. I was thinking that negative energy coudl explain why black holes suck for positive energy. A negative energy will attract a positive energy won't it(?)
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comment Can negative energy explain blackholes?
I felt that it seemed an explaination why black holes absorb. Since energy is negative it would absorb a positive energy.
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accepted Can there be energy with no force or energy with no power?
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asked Can negative energy explain blackholes?
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revised Can there be energy with no force or energy with no power?
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comment Can there be energy with no force or energy with no power?
I wonder how e.g. radiation can be a power or a newtonian force. We can get radiation from the creation of the universe but we can't really call that radiation a newtonian force or a power from the big bang or can I say that the big bang is causing newtonian movements today(?) e.g. is radiation a newtonian movement(?)
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comment Can there be energy with no force or energy with no power?
Exactly what I had in mind was whether I'm correct in presuming the existence of energy based on the knowledge that there is some force or some power. I'm trying to know what I can know if neither force nor power are mentioned while energy is the topic.
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asked Can there be energy with no force or energy with no power?
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accepted Is energy always proportional to frequency?