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comment Do physicists have idea about medium that would be required to perceive other dimensions?
I can perceive 1, 2 and 3 dimensions of an object say for example, a cube placed before me ( in an isometric position ), with my eyes and touching it's surface by finger. The senses i am using here are my eyes and skin. Eyes can however perceive only 2 dimensions, but by different types of colors reflected I can still distinguish the 3rd dimension of the cube. Additionally, by rolling my finger I can sense 1st, 2nd and 3rd dimension by my finger's skin.
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comment Do physicists have idea about medium that would be required to perceive other dimensions?
Say for example, a hypercube whose sides exist in another dimension. If it could be sensed by photons, we could be able to see it. But since we can't see it, it means, there must be some other medium ?
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accepted On what basis is it said that lightning does not strike the same place twice?
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accepted A vehicle moves from rest to a certain distance. Would the distance time graph always be curved?
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asked A vehicle moves from rest to a certain distance. Would the distance time graph always be curved?
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comment Why force $F$ is $ma$ but not $md$ or $mv$? How can I observe and understand “force” in real life?
hmm... well, yes, it was silly me, where i am not involving the importance of time. As clearly enough, if two quantities with same mass and same displacement need to be compared for the force, then it's time, which will be deciding factor, which force is gonna be greater than the other. :) Thanks for the explanation :)
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accepted Why force $F$ is $ma$ but not $md$ or $mv$? How can I observe and understand “force” in real life?
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comment Why force $F$ is $ma$ but not $md$ or $mv$? How can I observe and understand “force” in real life?
Well, i understand, that i cannot debate against hundreds of years of studies developed by geniuses .. but frankly what seems more intuitive to me, is that the force with which i hit, ofcourse involves the quantities like mass and displacement. But why time is important here.. is something, i need to contemplate upon! :P
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comment Why force $F$ is $ma$ but not $md$ or $mv$? How can I observe and understand “force” in real life?
So, if my velocity is constant, then i am not applying any force. How come this is similar to real life scenario ?