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Is this decay so spontaneous that at t=0- we have the same characteristic holding element and at t = 0+ it disintegrates or there is a perceptible change in the characteristic of element giving an indication of decaying.

Are there any recent work indicating some efforts in...

What is the cause of Radioactive Decay]]>

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I understand (I think) that QM requires a certain randomness and is not just a lack of perfect knowledge as is the case in Classical Physics. Isn't it possible that with more knowledge in the future about how the quantum world works that the predictions of QM today could still be upheld but the underlying math changed in a more deterministic manner?

For instance Classical...

QM randomness...]]>

Navier–Stokes existence and smoothness]]>

The above is unlike many other subjects. Flunk an early course in ancient history due to immaturity or failure to pay attention & it will not keep you from passing a later course in European or American history. similarly for various other disciplines.

Flunk an early mathematics course & you will probably flunk or have serious problems with later math courses.

Flunk an early mathematics course & you will probably flunk or have serious problems with later math courses.

Why Math is considered more difficult that it is.]]>

* All particles in the universe can interact with each other.

* We are systems of particles.

* Observation is interaction.

* We suppose we can

* Physics would be impossible if there were special observers.

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f=(1-v^2/c^2) / ( 1-v^2*sin^2(θ)/c^2 )^1.5

where v is the velocity of the charge relative to the stationary test charge, θ the angle between v and the radius vector between the two and c the speed of light.

For v/c<<1, we can use a Taylor...

Relativistic Coulomb Force]]>

If you don't know what this thought-experiment entails, a brief description won't help, but here is some history anyway:

It was actually Einstein's idea (not many people are aware of this). Einstein had deep problems with Quantum Mechanics, even though he helped start the field with his non-relativity papers. Quantum Mechanics was championed by Heisenberg, who is...

Problem with Schrodinger's Cat]]>

Why is there a problem with thermodynamic entropy being defined by heat and differences in heat, whereas one can also say that entropy is equivalent to what isn't known about particle momentum (or for instance in a gas, what isn't known about particle velocities)?

To even be able to say there is an entropy,...

What is entropy and what is information?]]>