The key idea is that gravity is essentially a statistical effect. As long as each particle is influenced by a statistically large number of other particles, gravity emerges. That’s why it’s a large-scale phenomenon.
by pennyofheaven5 years ago
Last night we had a news segment announcing that scientist may have found what is dubbed as the God Particle. That which gives us mass as I understand their technical terms. It is early days but they are confident this...
by Mike Pugh5 years ago
What in the world is a God Particle? is it real or what?Do you truly know what the God Particle is, or refers to, and if so, well has it been discovered by the likes of CERN physicist and scientists. (If need be do the...
by SpanStar4 years ago
Isn't it interesting that we don't know all the species on the earth that become extinct certainly by man's encroaching upon their environment but according to some so-called experts they know every single thing that...
by SparklingJewel9 years ago
on the religion forum I was describing what I thought was quantum physics...that the universe is accelerating and expanding in a spiral. Is that quantum or something else or combination of things...?
by BakerRambles6 years ago
What is a neutrino? Is it possible For a neutrino to be the smallest particle in the universe?
by janesix3 years ago
I am reading about physics, and I have a question about something I read:"There's one field for each type of particle. So one field for all photons in the universe, one field for all electrons, and so on. And these...
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