#### ehanes7612

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FBeALt3rxEA

Dr Lincoln has an entire series of videos doing a great job at providing simple explanations to concepts in modern physics

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enjoy

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FBeALt3rxEA

Dr Lincoln has an entire series of videos doing a great job at providing simple explanations to concepts in modern physics

how the Big Bang happened according to Tyson!!!

This just confuses me even more on the subatomic level...aaccckkkkk!

how the Big Bang happened according to Tyson!!!

This just confuses me even more on the subatomic level...aaccckkkkk!

it's a terrible name, and what I think leads to a great deal of misconceptions about the theory

details, in neutrinos, energy released at subatomic levels

that I struggle with. Have you read ASTROPHYSICS FOR

PEOPLE IN A HURRY? It's written for the non-scientist, but it's still somewhat unclear to me. As you delve into

the subject in more detail, I do wish you'd share it with

us...or just me. I like to understand such things.

As a biologist I found the episode about quantum physics in biology very interesting; especially the bit about photosynthesis.

instance, supposedly before the universe existed there was

void or so one assumes. At some point in a timeless void

subatomic particles began to form and interact. Did those particles always exist in that void and chanced to

react? Or is it assumed via mathematics that those particles existed and swirling at random and chance brought them together? That isn't very clear, but I think

you see what I'm getting at.

now one step at a time. Are scientist "assuming" that the

initial energy existed or is it a mathematical certainty?

now one step at a time. Are scientist "assuming" that the

initial energy existed or is it a mathematical certainty?

good question...what did all that look like before there was nothing (in this case a singularity?...no one knows and I don't believe there is any mathematical model that has been figured out to explain it

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R8VyUsVOic0

I think a lot of times, discoveries will be killed by the establishment corporations and their allies because these discoveries will undermine their profit making machines, even these discoveries will make treatment more affordable and accessible to the rest of humankind

enjoy

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FBeALt3rxEA

Dr Lincoln has an entire series of videos doing a great job at providing simple explanations to concepts in modern physics

another video for someone like you who loves to think and to find out about subjects beyond what average peoples are thinking about. [minute 31.20] but I would recommend watching the whole video anyway

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R8VyUsVOic0

I think a lot of times, discoveries will be killed by the establishment corporations and their allies because these discoveries will undermine their profit making machines, even these discoveries will make treatment more affordable and accessible to the rest of humankind

yeah

available. Even the Nobel money won't go very far without

additional funds.

Hanes: thinking about singularities for a bit. Doing some

reading.

If I was studying quantum entanglement, here are some questions I would have at the outset:

Does the degree of quantum entanglement vary over distance?

Also, is it affected by the medium through the entanglement occurs?

Can it be affected by external forces?

Does entanglement present any sort of particle or wave like attributes.

Does entanglement occur with all particles, or just specific ones?

Do the methods by which we observe the entanglement cause any sort of disruption, so that if we were not to observe it would the outcome be the same or different?

Is the entanglement effect useful in some manner to transmit information from point to point almost immediately?

Can the effect be used to transfer more than mere information over distance?

Do we know why entanglement occurs?

Does the quantum entanglement effect hint at any other phenomena which we may one day observe?

Are these questions answered already? Just curious.

Does the degree of quantum entanglement vary over distance?

Also, is it affected by the medium through the entanglement occurs?

Can it be affected by external forces?

Does entanglement present any sort of particle or wave like attributes.

Does entanglement occur with all particles, or just specific ones?

Do the methods by which we observe the entanglement cause any sort of disruption, so that if we were not to observe it would the outcome be the same or different?

Is the entanglement effect useful in some manner to transmit information from point to point almost immediately?

Can the effect be used to transfer more than mere information over distance?

Do we know why entanglement occurs?

Does the quantum entanglement effect hint at any other phenomena which we may one day observe?

Are these questions answered already? Just curious.

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Wikipedia has a good synopsis of entanglement .. I haven’t studied it much. The EPR paradox is a good place to start as well as a theoretical understanding of quantum computers

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He does give simple math primers ..actually his lectures are more on the algebra level with some calc

Equations, my favorite math... but to study physics on a formal level you have to be comfortable with differential equations

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