A Conversation for Theories on the Existence and Origin of the Universe
andysfoam Posted Nov 13, 2009
If the number of particles in the universe is about 10^80, and the Hubble radius is about 10^26, then the radius of a particle is about 4 meters?
andysfoam Posted Nov 18, 2009
Horizon on BBC2 tried to find an answer to the question "how long is a piece of string?", and the majority of the experts conclusions were "it all depends on how the observer measured it!". Has the program missed the point? Relative size of the observer must alter what`s being observed. We see a piece of string, an insect on the string may see a tangle of fibers going of into the distance, while a human observer in orbit, is unlikely to see the string at all.
andysfoam Posted Nov 21, 2009
The BBC Horizon maths expert offered the idea that a string is like a linear fractal, but as Alan pointed out "it`s made from atoms?". The physics teacher pointed out, that the location of an atom and its parts are hard to pin down, since they mostly exist within empty vacuum (space). The quantum Physics expert would have you believe that atoms are made up from quantum particles, which are in many places at once, not just within the atom being observed? If that were true why would you need photons to exchange energy, when the quantum particle could be at the place where the energy ends up being anyway(waiting for a photon, just makes the energy exchange slower)? At any moment, an atom`s electron shell`s may contain electrons that may or may not belong? Are electrons somehow smeared out to form a wobbly surface enclosing and interacting with the atom`s inner wobbling shell`s?
andysfoam Posted Nov 24, 2009
If a quantum particle can be in more than one object (while not being observed), is this causing inertia relative to those other objects? What`s the speed limit for inertia, it has to be higher than light speed, and possibly related to the size of this universe?
andysfoam Posted Nov 25, 2009
If inertia emerges as a result of many quantum particles being in more than one place at any given instant, will the experts at the L.H.C be able to detect a mass particle which is much faster than protons and photons? Since objects with mass and hence inertia, interact at an undetermined speed in excess of light speed ~3E8,m/s?
andysfoam Posted Nov 26, 2009
Remember that the energy and mass of a sub atomic particle are related by the equation e=m.c^2, j. Which kind of limits it`s top speed to that of c~3E^8,m/s. It may have a probability of being in more than one place at a given time, but the distance over which it could be effective would be far too limited. To impart inertia and mass to a particle, something else is required, a particle that is able to exceed c,m/s!
andysfoam Posted Dec 1, 2009
Sorry, confused inertial mass and gravitational mass; inertia being opposition to change of momentum, between particles that have a top speed of ~ c,m/s. Although both mass types are equivalent, gravity requires interactions with another as yet unknown particle which has the ability to exceed c,m/s.
andysfoam Posted Dec 8, 2009
Searching "www.metareasearch.org" found "Does gravity have inertia?", which proposes that, space-time is not the same as space, an object`s inertia is due to the sum of the many periods of time between each atoms encounter with its neighbor.
andysfoam Posted Dec 28, 2009
Found "www.wbabin.net/physics/cook2.htm",while searching for Le Sage`s theorem. Assuming that the vacuum contains Virtual particles which actually pop in & out of existence, and are either attracted or repelled from real charged particles, may look like an explanation for gravity, but as pointed out in the "meta model", the particles need to travel much faster than c,m/s.
andysfoam Posted Jan 3, 2010
If the static electric field (Meta model) is the sum of waves passing through the LCM between charges with the same motion, do different sizes of substance particle within the LCM carry different fields?
andysfoam Posted Jan 4, 2010
Since the Meta model`s postulated light carrying media could consist of a gas like mixture, containing particles of substance in a range of different shapes and sizes, it might imply that different charge like properties could be due to size? The larger sizes supporting electric fields + - neutral. The smaller sizes supporting color charges, red yellow blue?
andysfoam Posted Jan 8, 2010
f(x)=[a*e^(b(x+c))]+d, where perpendicular magnitude(it`s height ) depends on "a", and the horizontal(width) on "b", movement to the left or right, is given by "c", up or down by "d"; variable "x".
andysfoam Posted Jan 16, 2010
Quiet supersonic transport, has to reduce the effect of a pressure front traveling with the speed of the aircraft, a faster than light speed spaceship could also encounter a similar problem, pushing the LCM substance particles out of the way.
andysfoam Posted Jan 17, 2010
Would alien near or faster than light speed craft emit a low frequency electromagnetic boom?
andysfoam Posted Jan 21, 2010
If the Universe is full of Alien light speed craft, could the Big bang radio spectrum be misinterpreted Alien traffic noise?
andysfoam Posted Jan 30, 2010
Found the name given to this type of radiation "Cerenkov radiation". If you assume all galaxies have at least one life form exploring its own galaxy, is Cerenkov radio noise being misinterpreted as the big bang theory?
andysfoam Posted Jan 31, 2010
The angle of the cone of Cerenkov radiation becoming tighter as the alien craft approaches light speed, cos(theta)=c/b.c.n=1/b.n? Cerenkov radiation only looks blue because it radiates more towards the higher frequency range of the e-m, spectrum.
andysfoam Posted Feb 2, 2010
Would shock wave generated Cerenkov radiation,from hypothetical alien interstellar craft, be of such an intensity as to be observable from earth? The broad spectrum Cerenkov radiation would suffer losses due to the Interstellar medium (see I.S.M. wikipedia pages).
andysfoam Posted Feb 4, 2010
Could alien interstellar travel through clouds within the I.S.M. leave behind vortexes, and somehow act as the seed for star formation within the cloud?
andysfoam Posted Feb 6, 2010
Cerenkov radiation should push against the charged particles within the ISM cloud, by way of Compton scattering, lowering the radiations wave length as it interacts with them? See Wiki, pages for more on different forms of scattering.
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