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May
10
comment Can the big bang be “light turning into space” at the edge of the universe?
Like everything in life, it helps if you look at the motive behind you creating this little theory of yours: - fun and entertainment - Knowledge about how the world really works - show the world I'm an undiscovered genius, and don't see myself as delusional If it's the second point, then I would suggest you study what is currently known about the universe via a text book, and be prepared for sacrificing some of your time investing in study.
May
10
comment Relation between water flow and pressure
What's the point of this answer if it's the same as Ron's ?
May
8
answered Did anyone claim that quantum theory meant lasers would never work
May
6
comment Why is there a $\frac 1 2$ in $\frac 1 2 mv^2$?
@LubošMotl and dmckee yeah my proof is nonsense - I'll leave it in so others learn not to end up embarrassing themselves in the same way.
May
6
accepted Why is there a $\frac 1 2$ in $\frac 1 2 mv^2$?
May
5
asked Why is there a $\frac 1 2$ in $\frac 1 2 mv^2$?
Apr
30
comment Looking for a way to simplify a physics formula
@lubos I feel your frustrated pain, I really do and you can have my shoulder to cry on - especially after they've closed theoretical physics stack exchange.
Apr
27
comment Calculate relativistic boost to COM frame from two arbitary velocities?
it's towards the end of the the relativity chapter which talks about the relativistic mechanics of colliding particles. Yes, it goes into the conservation of the total 4-momentum, but says nothing about a general formula for the COM frame
Apr
26
comment Calculate relativistic boost to COM frame from two arbitary velocities?
Yes, but I was thinking of a relativistic boost
Apr
26
revised Calculate relativistic boost to COM frame from two arbitary velocities?
added 26 characters in body; edited title
Apr
25
asked Calculate relativistic boost to COM frame from two arbitary velocities?
Apr
22
comment Weak equivalence principle tests
I now feel that I've been intellectually violated by Uncle Al. And here was me thinking all these years that Uncle Al was too intelligent to be a deluded crackpot and therefore a misunderstood genius.
Apr
21
comment What is the displacement of an accelerated and relativistic object?
@bad boy I queried the comment you made to my answer which is perfectly ok to do. You still use the same ruler to measure the displacement of light as you would a car moving at low velocities. It's still displacement.
Apr
20
comment What is the displacement of an accelerated and relativistic object?
@BadBoy could you give me an example where displacement has an effect on light properties?
Apr
20
answered What is the displacement of an accelerated and relativistic object?
Apr
20
comment What is the displacement of an accelerated and relativistic object?
-1 "is a mathematical equation, not a physical one" acceleration, velocity, time, displacement are physical quantities in that equation.
Apr
15
comment Is the energy conserved in a moving frame of reference?
what did you use to draw the nice diagram?
Apr
14
comment Is the energy conserved in a moving frame of reference?
"This increase in velocity perfectly cancels out the loss in energy of the block" huh? you're comparing velocity and energy! Also, momentum conservation only works in the x direction, because you have an external force gravity acting along y.
Apr
14
comment Is the energy conserved in a moving frame of reference?
"There are several explanations why it seems that energy is not conserved". No, there is only one correct explanation. And if the mass of the inclinded place is much larger than the box, then it's change in energy approaches zero, so you only need to consider the change in energy of the box.
Apr
13
answered Is the EmDrive, or “Relativity Drive” possible?