Bear in mind at all times that nothing travels faster than the speed of light – and for the mathematically minded – also bear in mind Einstein’s famous equation E = mc sq (E is energy, m is mass and c is the speed of light.) Because of the equivalence of energy and mass, the energy which an object has due to its motion will add to its mass. In other words, it will make it harder to increase its speed. This effect is only really significant for objects moving at speeds close to the speed of light. For example, at 10 per cent of the speed of light an object’s mass is only 0,5 percent more than normal, while at 90 percent of the speed of light it would be more than twice its normal mass.
Furthermore, research conducted proved that the amount of elements in the universe correspond to the proportions expected the Big Bang occured. Thus, supporting the model. However, the model disregards the rule that nothing is able to travel faster than the speed of light. This is because, in the early inflationary period of the big bang, it was expanding in a times of a fraction of a second. Moreover, it violates the first law of thermodynamics, which states that matter or energy cannot be created or destroyed.
Rutherford imagined a paired proton and electron somehow joined in one particle. One major problem with Rutherford’s “neutron theory”—not much evidence. Evidence was difficult to come by. Such a “neutron” would prove difficult to detect with 1920s equipment. Detection methods of that day mainly relied on the electrical charges of particles revealing their presence—but neutrons, having no electrical charge, would leave no trace.
Every moment, our lives, our world and even our universe are governed by laws of physics-the explanations to all natural phenomena. One of the most brilliant physicists in the history of mankind, Albert Einstein, made great contributions to the development of theory of relativity and quantum physics. Despite of his profound excellence, Einstein was proven wrong of so-called “quantum entanglement”. He strongly denied its possibility as he once described it as “spooky action at a distance .” Even in nowadays, it is indeed difficult to believe that measurement of one particle would affect the other paired particle no matter how far they are apart from one another. However, regardless of how strange the nature is to us, that is how the universe
Certainty blinded people's eyes and doubt was the only thing to uncover the idea of getting into space and progressing our space program. Although science fiction was becoming more of a reality, some connections were coming to life between ridiculous and ludicrous concepts. These concepts were becoming reality nowadays, like lately the video from the secretary of defense of the alien UFO. Some people are so certain that there are extraterrestrials in the universe and we are not alone. Others doubt that something could scientifically be living out in the universe, or that something can be as technologically as advanced as us.
Third, Fred Singer also claims that climate change is a natural phenomenon, because it’s constantly changing all the time. This is an example of telling apart pseudoscience from science because, there is no clear definition that the meaning of “natural” is safe or healthy. Claiming something is natural is vague, and to state that climate change is natural is not an evidence that global warming isn’t
Aliens are statically real despite, the lack of physical evidence. Many critics argue that the universe is too big for there not to be another form of life such as aliens. For example, “it’s highly improbable in the limitless vastness of the universe that we humans stand alone” (Gates). This quote means the universe is way too big for humans to be the only form of life in existence. But, even with the statistical evidence it’s all just statistics it does not give enough proof of aliens existence in the
Question is, can it sustain life? It’s uncertain. Researchers suspect that the planet is rocky, and it probably has a thick atmosphere, liquid water and active volcanoes. However, these are all assumptions based on a modeling work. Moreover, it doesn’t state anything certain and specific with regard to its composition, because in order to become certain, we have to actually be there; and unfortunately, we have not accomplished that so far.
The reason for this is because it has not gone through the same stages as the mother planet has gone through or made up from similar materials. because of our moon's spherical shape we can conclude that the the capture theory is probably the most unreliable theory of the three as from the evidence provided, that a captured moon would not be of a spherical shape and made up of different materials to the mother planet which our moon does not, according to
Those arguments would a include saying such as by Dr. Christopher S. Baird of West Texas A&M University “The universe is most likely infinite”. In this argument Dr. Baird states that it would be impossible to simulate the universe as it stretches out to infinity. This argument is negated as we can not verify as a definitive that universe stretches out to infinity as the universe could be finite but expands when a entity tries to go past on what already has been seen so it would be possible to simulate the universe. A great example of how a computer would simulate the universe being infinite would be minecraft as it is a game that procedurally generates the world as the player goes on. Another refuting claim would be of a ancient thinker known as Rene Descartes who stated “Dubito ergo cogito, cogito ergo sum” translated as “I doubt therefore I think, I think therefore I am”.
Thirdly it shows how our sense are limited and what if they weren 't. It says “ If we were born with magnetic detectors, the compass would never have been created because we wouldn 't need one.” (line 120) This quote from the passage shows that our sense are limited because it shows that we can 't physically have magnetics in our bodies, unless they are put there. The compass expands our information and without it we would be lost. Also it says “ And if we were born with big eyes and built in doppler motion detector, we would have seen immediately, even as grunting troglodytes that the entire universe is expanding.” (line 127) This quote shows that we could know more about universe and our world if we expanded our senses.But certain tools help us learn more about the
Most of these topics are revolve around astronomy, which makes sense considering that this book almost entirely takes place in outer space. One of the most thoroughly explored topics within this book was zero gravity, also known as null gravity. The first time Ender is in null gravity, he breaks a bully’s arm by mistake when attempting to defend himself. In the book, this is explained as, “He hadn’t realized that null gravity magnified the effects of even a child’s movements.” (Card, 3rd) Along with that, in the special battlerooms, many interesting concepts of null gravity are also explored, such as: having to calculate the angles at which objects will bounce off the walls, or being able have an object rotate around another at high speeds if the two objects are connected to each other by rope and the large object is stationary. When a group of older boys are attacking Ender friends, it is also mentioned that when anyone attempted to throw a punch, they would just fly backwards, making it extremely ineffective.