Before Albert Einstein’s theory of relativity had been developed, the scientific world relied on theories such as Isaacs Newton's laws of planetary motion. The main idea of this theory is that anything in motion had to have a source of propulsion and a medium to travel in. When scientist started to understand that light is also an energy and requires no medium to travel in, Newton’s laws started
two different directions to the spin. He also gave the world a rule to dictate how an electron in an atom would behave. Pauli’s exclusion principal states that, “if an electron has a certain set of quantum numbers then no other electron in that atom can have the same set of quantum numbers.” When 1926 came Erwin Schrödinger another Austrian physicist built upon Einstein and Louis de Broglie’s idea of wave particle duality. He developed a mathematical Equation that related the pattern of electrons with that of waves, he gave his wave mechanics the symbol psi . In 1932 James Chadwick discovered a second particle in the nucleus, he fired alpha particles at beryllium and found that neutrons were released.
This principle also states that the concepts of exact position and exact velocity do not have a meaning in nature. Another problem in Bohr’s atomic model was that there should have been charged electrons that were moving around the nucleus radiating energy because of the acceleration of their orbit but his model had no evidence of that occurring. One of the third main problems in Bohr’s atomic model was that frequency lines did not show overtones or patterns. In Bohr’s model of the atom was that the frequency of the electrons did not have a set pattern or even follow a pattern for that matter but instead were scattered all around the atom. Bohr’s atomic model was one of the best created and devised scientific models of the atom in his lifetime considering it brought a large amount of new knowledge to the scientific community.
It’s not a very profound thought but it's true, and since our best theory of gravity is Einstein's theory of general relativity, The most obvious thing to do is just apply that theory to the subatomic realm. As an illustrative example, let's imagine an electron orbiting a nucleus. If you do that you find that Einstein’s theory predicts that the electron would lose energy by the emission of gravity waves and then spiral down into the proton. A similar prediction using classical electromagnetism led to the invention of quantum mechanics. This same chain of reasoning suggests that gravity must also have some kind of quantum nature (Lincoln).
I do not comprehensively agree with any of the three attitudes. Instead, I suggest a new form of attitude—a combination of existentialism and creationism. The two origins of life 1.Naturalism Naturalism proposes that life begins with a stream of purposeless force—the big bang. The big bang is treated by scientists as the beginning of space and time. Planets, lives are the natural results of big bang.
preexisted as different forms. Evolution tries to show that everything evolved from something that existed a couple of billion or million years ago in a process called natural selection meaning that living things tend to evolve to another form to adapt and survive. It also tries to prove the Earth existing up to 4.5 billion years, meanwhile Scientist has proven that it is impossible for the Earth to be a billion years because the Earth’s magnetic field during the 18th century deteriorated in a predictable curve. With the results this shows that it is impossible to have life before 20000 B.C. An illustration showed that the moon would slowly be drifting away from the Earth.
Ernest’s contributions include: the invention of the early detector of radios waves, discovered the principle of half-life and that atoms were indestructible, etc. In an article called “Ernest 10 Major Contributions to Science” by Anirudh it states that “Rutherford discovered that every atom contains a nucleus where its positive charge, and most of its mass, is concentrated. His model of the atom thus contained the new feature of a relatively high central charge concentrated in a small volume of the atom and responsible for most of its mass.” With the help of the gold foil excitements he was able to figure out that an atom had a nucleus with a mass and a positive charge. Anirudh’s article also states that, “In 1917, Ernest Rutherford became the first person to deliberately transform one element into another.” He was able to to create the first nuclear reaction by converting nitrogen atoms into oxygen atoms with the help of alpha radiation. This helped prove his theory of the proton’s existence because when the alpha radiation occurred it turned the old element into a new element by removing two protons.
Humanity has always been driven to explore the unknown. Understanding every detail of the puzzling mess of stars above would be of great benefit to our future. It’s appalling when you come to realise how blind we are regarding knowledge of space. As a species, we haven’t put our all into space projects, consequently resulting in not having a proper understanding of what lies beyond our planet. Sure, we have the basic outline of what’s within the milky way, but there is a whole galaxy of possibilities out there we have yet to grasp.
A subject of debate for years, centuries even, has been that of Creation versus Evolution. Which one outweighs the other? Which is most heavily supported by scientific evidence? Many have mulled over the idea of One omnipotent God miraculously creating the world we live in today, modeling it according to His perfect plan. Others stand firm in the belief of a phenomena of space and matter where earth was brought into existence by a spectacular “big bang,” causing entire planets, ecosystems, and life forms to materialize from nothing.
In nuclear fusion, energy is released when atoms are combined or fused together to form a larger atom. The sun produces energy like this. But in nuclear fission, atoms are split into smaller atoms, releasing energy. Actually, nuclear power plants can only use nuclear fission to produce electricity. Nuclear generation is the only source of electricity that can produce large amounts of power known as base load power—reliably without emitting greenhouse gases.