If time is basically the measure of change, and if there is no energy then there is no change, would it be safe to assume that within a system absent of energy, Time wouldn't exist? (In this hypothetical scenario, there are no quantum fluctuations)

What are your thoughts?]]>

3. Universe has no beginning and also there is no end to the existence of the Universe.

4. Existence of anything physical can not be infinite.

5. Space is absolute.

6. Space is three and three dimensional only.

7. Time travel is impossible.

8. Velocity of light is relative.

Explanation.

1. Any number other than zero can not be divided by zero.

Division with zero means converting numerator into zero parts. Zero...

Fundamental Theory Of Existence.]]>

I am trying to develop a new code. It runs along the lines of the following: the "program" counts through the twenty-six letters of the alphabet, before moving to the next "parenthesis", counting there next, before moving to the next parenthesis.

Code:

For LETTER_ONE=1to 26 For LETTER_TWO=1 to 26 For LETTER_THREE=1 to 26 Word Next LETTER_THREE Next LETTER_TWO next LETTER_ONE

You would need to describe...

Code.]]>

What is the point of needless science that costs millions and is plain for all to see that it is a waste of time?

Who sanctions such rubbish science ?]]>

Can we change history so that the present and future will be changed too? ]]>

Is Entropy , represented in math by S , the number of ways a system can change ?

If not , what it is ?

Thanks in advance .]]>

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Are atoms some form of cold fusion ?

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If that is so ,why are they called virtual photons ?

Do they "behave" in a photon- like way?]]>

"Accelerated Observers in Special Relativity", PHYSICS ESSAYS, December 1999, p629

I gave a proof that (in regards to the well-known twin "paradox"), the current age of the home twin (she), according to the traveler (he), as given by the CADO reference frame (which is completely equivalent to the better-known "co-moving inertial frames montage"), AGREES with what he can determine himself, using ONLY his own elementary observations, combined with his own elementary calculations....

Is Simultaneity "Real"?]]>

Is it possible these fields act as an aether for the propagating light ?

Thanks in advance.]]>

At the time, the redefinition of the kilogram got most of the press, but in fact several of the definitions have changed. This has some interesting implications.

Almost all of the base units are now defined by fixing the values of some fundamental physical constants.

Defined as exactly 9 192 631 770 oscillations in the frequency of the...

SI base units]]>

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This is the equivalent of calculating the average number of red balls drawn with replacement from a bag of red and green balls given the number of red...

Expected rally length in tennis]]>

A University of Colorado Boulder physicist is one step closer to solving a string theory puzzle 20 years in the making.

Paul Romatschke, an associate professor of physics at CU Boulder, has devised an alternative set of tools to those that created string theory's three-quarters dilemma, a mathematical puzzle that has plagued...

Physicist finds loose thread of string theory puzzle:]]>

Is infinity the largest number there is, or is it not a number at all?]]>