232 reputation
15
bio website
location
age
visits member for 2 years, 1 month
seen Apr 7 at 21:32

Mar
28
accepted Where and how exactly does string theory and Q.E.D. use zeta function regularization?
Mar
28
comment Where and how exactly does string theory and Q.E.D. use zeta function regularization?
related physicsbuzz.physicscentral.com/2014/01/does-1234-112.html
Mar
25
asked Where and how exactly does string theory and Q.E.D. use zeta function regularization?
Nov
1
awarded  Critic
Sep
27
awarded  Yearling
Sep
27
accepted Is such an orbit possible that allows a satellite on Earth and another on Mars to always be in direct line-of-sight?
Sep
27
asked Is such an orbit possible that allows a satellite on Earth and another on Mars to always be in direct line-of-sight?
Aug
23
accepted How is wavelength actually related to space (/distance)?
Aug
16
comment In electromagnetic radiation, how do electrons actually “move”?
@Lagerbaer, >"So... what do these "10 meters" refer to?"< I feel like I didn't get your answer to this. Do EM waves excite 10 meters in space? How is amplitude related to space/distance?
Aug
16
comment How is wavelength actually related to space (/distance)?
possible duplicate of In electromagnetic radiation, how do electrons actually "move"?
Aug
16
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Aug
16
asked How is wavelength actually related to space (/distance)?
Jul
30
asked Could it be a limit in our measuring the speed of photon, instead of photon having a speed?
Jul
29
asked What does string theory say about the metric expansion?
Jun
7
accepted Which is more efficient cooling? Cooling yourself from cold water from Referigerator or Airconditioning?
Jun
6
asked Which is more efficient cooling? Cooling yourself from cold water from Referigerator or Airconditioning?
Mar
15
accepted Does light really “travel”?
Mar
15
accepted What happens at the moment black hole is created?
Mar
15
accepted Is singularity at the exact centre of a black hole?
Mar
14
comment Does light really “travel”?
>"The question "what path does the photon take" can't be answered" -- I didn't ask that. What I was asking was does "space" come into matter at all, when talking about light/photon "traveling"? I've read about DSE and even the recent quantum eraser experiment, trying to pin down where does "space" come into it, or in other words, does space even exist for a photon? Because to me it seems that photon is emitted and some "time" later it's absorbed somewhere else. The traditional assumption that it must have traveled is what I was questioning. Is there any experiment confirming/denying that?