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I'm a neurologist. Also a fan of physics in the sense that I enjoy watching it like I enjoy watching baseball but I can't really play either one.


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comment Can gravity in principle be made to flow through a “wire”?
Thank you. Is there a way to posit mathematically "negative mass" and model in a theory whether gravity could then be made to flow, if negative mass existed? Don't tachyons have negative mass (excluding the question of whether or not they can actually exist).
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comment Can gravity in principle be made to flow through a “wire”?
I see your point but thats not really what I meant. I don't have the physical sophistication to say precisely why it isn't. What I'm imagining is a large mass in region one transmitting its gravitational potential (or its gravity, however it should be phrased) to another region and making, for example, water fall 100 miles away.
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comment What does volume means at the quantum level?
Did you mean the volume of the particle itself?
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comment Could the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle turn out to be false?
Thanks. Me too.
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asked Would the horizon of a black hole be different for a tachyon than for subluminal matter or photons?