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@quanta_gramm

⚛️ That is about 7 Football Fields! 🤓 . . . Follow ➡️ @quanta_gramm ⬅️

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@sanfordlab

To celebrate #DarkMatterDay, we want to answer YOUR questions. What do you want to know about dark matter, building an experiment or working underground in Lead, SD? . 3 ways to ask: SUBMIT your question via the link in our bio ➡️ REPLY to our story today 💬 COMMENT on this post 🗯️ . GIF created by Sandbox Studios . #darkmatter #WIMPhunt #physics #particlephysics #STEM #STEMeducation

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@illumilara

always amazed by its complexity // @atlasexperiment #cern #science #particlephysics #acceleratingscience #lhc

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@follow.desy

WELCOME!! Today we were elated to greet the winners of the international competition Beamline for Schools #BL4S at @follow.desy! In this competition, which is organised by @cern, 178 teams of #highschool students submitted proposals for #physics experiments using a #particle beam. The best two were selected: “DESY Chain” from West High School in #saltlakecity #utah in the #usa 🇺🇸, and “Particle Peers” from #groningen in the #netherlands 🇳🇱. Over the next two weeks, the teams will perform the #experiments they designed at the DESY-II accelerator ring, the namesake facility of the DESY lab. Stay tuned here to see what these brilliant students will be doing! #welcome #scienceeducation #scienceisinternational #hamburg #science #wissenschaft #nachwuchs #research #forschung #nextgeneration #particlephysics

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@quantumgravityresearch

Reposted from @quantamag An experiment almost two decades in the making is attempting to weigh the neutrino — the only fundamental particle of unknown mass. This crucial piece information could point to an explanation for the dominance of matter over antimatter in the universe, as well as serving as a check on theories of the evolution of the cosmos. ••• 📖 Want to know more? Read "How the Neutrino’s Tiny Mass Could Help Solve Big Mysteries’” at QuantaMagazine.org ••• 📸 : Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe ••• #physics #physicsisfun #physicsiscool #particlephysics #neutron #cosmology #physicist #physicsresearch #physicsexperiment #quantamagazine #quanta #sciencenews #research #scientific #STEM #scienceisawesome #scienceiscool #scienceisbeautiful #exploreeverything #scienceandart #digitalart #scientificphoto #visualfodder

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@p.2quared

P2QUARED Journal entry 006 Subject: Helix Fundamental Particle Theory on Strong and Weak Force Viewing strong and weak forces through the Helix Particle Theory brings up many interesting facts. To understand the inner dynamics of an atom we need to understand the dynamics of positive and negative particles. Positive particles are generally larger and less reactive to the influence around them. Negative particles are more reactive to the influence around them.  This is due to the fact that negative particles are not able to bring any particles into their inner orbital shell due to the fact that their orbital shells are so small and volatile so negative particles just bounce off of each other. A positive particle can bring any particle into its inner orbit which allows the positive particle to change the absorbed particle into a copy of itself changing its rotation and size. This happens to all adsorbed particles within the inner orbit of the dominant particle. All particles will be the average of the dominant particle. All particles will be held within this inner orbit due to the angle the helices are pulling. This is the effect that we know as Strong Force, when a particle gets into the inner orbit of another particle and is held at close range.  If there is a good economy between all the particles eventually a second particle will continue to be fed until it becomes the same size as the dominant particle. As this is happening it will be moving towards the edge of the first orbital ring. When it's the same size it will be pushed outside the orbital ring causing a second proton to form. This is what is known as the weak force.

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@maddyzphysics

If you want to learn more the Universe and the Cosmos and the science behind it, we recommend you to read @madhursorout 's "ASTROPHYSICS SIMPLIFIED : A SIMPLE GUIDE TO THE UNIVERSE". Find the link to it in the bio of @madhursorout • Follow @maddyzphysics and Visit maddyzphysics.com for more science stuff like articles and latest science news and much more! • Above Infographic is developed by @madhursorout and © Maddyz Physics. • #physics #science #astronomy #universe #cosmos #astrophysics  #quotes #greatpeoplequotes #scientist #cosmology  #galaxy #space #maths #facts #quantummechanics #physicsfun #theoreticalphysics #physicsoftheuniverse #particlephysics #physicist #quantumphysics #nuclearphysics #physicsproject #physicsquotes #physicsfacts #stars

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@quanta_gramm

⚛️ To get the complex numbers, you take the real numbers and throw in a new number 'i' that squares to '-1'. But other alternatives are also interesting! Different choices are connected to geometry in different ways. ___ The complex numbers, where 'i' squared is '-1', are deeply connected to circles. The split complex numbers, where 'i' squared is '1', are connected to hyperbolas. The dual numbers, where 'i' squared is '0', are connected to pairs of parallel lines. ___ You can define exponentials in all 3 of these number systems. In the complex numbers, they're related to trigonometric functions. In the split complex numbers they're related to the "hyperbolic trigonometric functions". In the dual numbers they reduce to the functions '1' and 'x'. ___ In the complex numbers, multiplying by eⁱˣ describes a rotation. In the split complex numbers, it describes a Lorentz transformation in 2D space-time. In the dual numbers, a "Galilei boost" - a transformation to a moving frame of reference in Galilean space-time. ___ We can take the real numbers and throw in a number 'i' that squares to any real number 'q'. By changing 'q', we can "morph" the complex numbers to the dual numbers and then split complex numbers. The circle flattens out to ellipse, then parallel lines, then a hyperbola! ___ In terms of physics, this number 'q' is '1/c²', where 'c' is the speed of light. When 'q' hits zero, the speed of light becomes infinite and special relativity reduces to the physics of Newton and Galileo. When 'q' -> -(ve), time turns into another dimension of space! ___ The history of these numbers is interesting. In 1848 James Cockle invented "tessarines" by taking the reals and throwing in two numbers ' i ' and ' j ', where 'i' squared is '1', 'j' squared is '-1', and 'ij=ji'. His "real tessarines" x + bj are the same as split complex numbers. ___ Later William Clifford called split complex numbers "motors", again seeing them as part of a larger number system, which is now called the "split biquaternions". Clifford introduced the dual numbers in 1873. Later they were studied by Eduard Study. More in comments ⬇️. . . . Credit: @ johncarlosbaez (@twitter)

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@physicsonly

The Andromeda Galaxy (M31) is the closest spiral galaxy to us, and though it's gravitationally bound to the Milky Way, it's not the closest galaxy by far – being 2.5 million light years away. . Follow @physicsonly Technology @karmasthi . #physics #physicslover #physicsonly #science #sciencelover #philosophy #philosopher #scientist #astronomy #astrophysics #universe #beautifuluniverse #particlephysics #physicist #maths #amazingfacts #blackholes #nature #gravity #Cosmos

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@wave.number

There is a problem☝️🤓 Take this spiral galaxy - M63, the Sunflower Galaxy, with winding arms shining bright because of the presence of recently formed, blue–white giant stars and clusters😮 It's all beautiful and you could observe many interesting things like stars in different stages of their lives and in the center there is a supermassive black hole and the whole galaxy revolves around it - like thousands of other galaxies😍 But like many other galaxies, there is still a problem. If you observe the speed of the stars around the center, as you already suspect, the stars further away from the center should move more slowly than those closer to the center. In reality however, stars outside like inside move by same speed of rotation🤔 To avoid getting into the predicament of contradicting Kepler's and Newton's laws, it must be assumed that far more mass exists than we can detect with all our methods. We call this unknown mass "dark matter". And the "dark" does not refer to any physical property of this matter, but to the amount of information we have about it - almost nothing. It does not interact with ordinary matter. the only common feature is that dark matter is also subject to gravitation - so far there has been no evidence of it at all. But the astonishing is yet to come: if you consider the dark matter that occurs in clusters of stars, nebulae, galaxies and galaxy clusters and consider that energy (= mass) is needed to stretch our universe, you will notice that of the total mass of our universe about 70% consists of dark energy, 25% of dark matter and only vanishingly small 5% of our normal matter as you and I and everything we see. 5%!🤯 It is as if our universe is like an ocean and we are just the thin film of foam on the waves 🌊 ⠀ Image: @nasa / @nasahubble / @nasagoddard ⠀ Follow @wave.number and become part of normal matter🤪 ⠀ #physics #science #cosmology #universe #space #time #cosmos #spacetime #nature #physicist #astrophysics #astronomy #sciencelover #scientist #galaxies #particlephysics #bigbang #nasa #europeanspaceagency #nasahubble #hubblespacetelescope #alberteinstein #naturalscience #maths #darkmatter #frequensia

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@pikachu__the_great

In brief travelling through worm holes make us travel faster than the speed of light. As many of the theories prove that traveling faster than light help us to travel through time. Worm holes are like a portals in the Universe which help us to travel through space and time. 🤩🤩 . . Follow: @pikachu__the_great For more facts like this. . . . . . #physicsonly #physicsisfun #geophysics #physicsquotes #quantumphysics #physicsfun #physicslove #physicsproject #physics #physicsnotes #physicsclass #physicslovers #nuclearphysics #physicsmajor #particlephysics #physicsstudent #physicslab #physics2 #einstein #physicsmeme #physicsoftheuniverse #theoreticalphysics #physics_lab #physicstoy #prilaga #physics1 #physicsteacher #physicslover #physicsfacts

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@cern

📸 One hundred metres underground, excavation work is under way for the High-Luminosity Large Hadron Collider ( #HiLumiLHC) project. - Our #PhotoOfTheWeek shows diggers working on the tunnels, halls and galleries required to house infrastructure for the project. - This next-generation LHC will reach luminosities five to ten times higher than its predecessor! This increase in the number of collisions will improve the chances of observing rare processes.

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@quanta_gramm

⚛️ Did you know? ➡️ He was considered for the Fields Medal (@fieldsinstitute) in 1958, but a forceful member of the selection committee in whose eyes Thom was a Bourbakist was determined not to have two. So Harish-Chandra, whom he also placed on the Bourbaki camp, was set aside. 😯 I wonder why deny the award and discourage someone who made a contribution and deserves the same. 🙄 . . . Image Credit: @mitpics Source: @wikipedia

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@astronomyarchives

This is an image of the Ring Nebula. Put in the comments if there are certain celestial objects you'd like to see. Follow for even more interesting astronomy #facts. ------------------------------- #space #sun #stars #planets #galaxy #universe #cosmology #particlephysics #astrophysics #solarsystem #physicist #physicsoftheuniverse #quantamphysics #theoreticalphysics #earth #astronomy #cosmos #physics #milkyway #scientist #science #orbit #star #quantammechanics #moon #planet #beautiful

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@quanta_gramm

⚛️ And all you see around (including atoms, electrons, protons, neutrons) is composed of matter which is less than 5% 😯 . . . Image Credit: Zoltan Tasi (@unsplash)

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@physicviolet

Steinmetz Bicylinder: intersect two cylinders at right angles and the remaining confined space is the bicylinder- shown here machined from stainless steel. The bicylinder casts a circular shadow along two orientations, and a square shadow perpendicular to those. In addition the curve created along where the two cylinders meet is an ellipse- as seen with the object spinning along the intersection axis. Fun fact: the area and volume of this object are known to be A=16r^2 and V=16r^3/3. Thanks to Zac Eichelberger of Math Meets Machine for sending me one of his creations. ➡️ Follow the link in my profile for info on where to get a “Bi-Stein” and other amazing items featured here on @physicsfun September 17, 2019 💝 📷 Via : @physicviolet #particlephysics #physicstoy #physicsisfun #physicsexam #physics1

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@apsrk002_astrophysicist

If you were to take the Sun away, space would go from being curved to being flat, but that transformation isn’t instantaneous. Because spacetime is a fabric, that transition would have to occur in some sort of “snapping” motion, which would send very large ripples i.e., gravitational waves through the Universe, propagating outward like ripples in a pond. The speed of those ripples is determined the same way the speed of anything is determined in relativity: by their energy and their mass. Since gravitational waves are massless yet have a finite energy, they must move at the speed of light. Which means, if you think about it, that the Earth isn’t directly attracted to the Sun’s location in space, but rather to where the Sun was located a little over 8 minutes ago.This is weird, and potentially a problem, because of how well-studied the Solar System is. If the Earth were attracted to the Sun’s position ~8 minutes ago using Newton’s Laws, the orbits of the planets wouldn’t match observations. There’s another way that General Relativity is different, however. You also need to factor in the orbiting planet’s velocity as it moves around the Sun.The Earth, for example, since it’s also moving, kind of “rides” over the ripples traveling through space, coming down in a different spot from where it was lifted up. There are two new effects going on in General Relativity that make this theory very different from Newton’s: each object’s velocity affects how it experiences gravity, and so do the changes that occur in gravitational fields.. nature #science #theorticalphysics #thermodynamics #physics #astronomer #astronomy #nasa🚀 #nebula #galaxy #knowledge #particlephysics #universe #cosmology #cosmologist #astrophysics #scientist #elonmusk #spacex #stellarphysics #interstellar #education #exploration #star #astrophysicist #hubblespacetelescope #hubble #quantumphysics #gravitationalwaves #physicist #realtivity

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@arbaz_hussai

The evidence of Dark matter😊. #😊 #😊❤️ #👍👌💐🎂 #☺️ #science2019 #2019 #google #particlephysics #darkenergy #darkmatter #isro🚀 #👌 #👍 #💐 #sciencehistory #quantumphysics #universe #bigbang #lhc #goodnight

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@hashlearn_now

Force of attraction between two massive bodies is directly proportional to the product of their masses and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them.⠀ ⠀ #physics #physicsfun #physicslovers #physicslab #physicslover #physicsmajor #physicsquotes #particlephysics #physicsfacts #theoreticalphysics #physics2 #physics_is_nature #physicsday #biophysics #physicslife

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@themercuryblog

I mean you can still know the position and speed of your car 🚘 , but if your car is shrunk to the scale of an electron, for example, you got a problem, mate. 🙃 This problem comes from the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle. 〰️ This wraps up this week’s #didyouknow facts about quantum physics. Share it with your friends. #didyouknowfacts #science #quantumphysics #uncertaintyprinciple #feedyourcuriosity #themercuryblog Follow @themercuryblog for more cool and inspiring science! 🔥 Support us on Patreon.com/themercuryblog

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@wave.number

Are we blind?🙈 The centre of our Milky Way remains hidden from our eyes. Dense clouds of dust and gas block the light of millions of stars in the center. But in times of need of knowledge mankind has a hero - sciences 🦸‍♂️ Originating from his mind in a state of distress, we create with our brain an abstraction of nature, of the laws subject to it and conclude from this statements about the entire universe. The Spitzer Space Telescope has an infrared camera with which we are able to look through the dust and gas clouds - millions of stars thus become visible at once and we obtain another picture of reality which did not exist for us before. @nasawebb will provide a much improved view in the infrared and convert even more shadows into realities. #plato By the way, the center of our galaxy is a crowded region. A supermassive black hole with 4 billion solar masses is orbited by millions of stars at a breathtaking speed. 🌟💨 ⠀ Credit: @nasa / @nasajpl / Susan Stolovy ⠀ Follow @wave.number to step out of the darkness into the light 😎 ⠀ #physics #science #cosmology #universe #space #time #cosmos #spacetime #nature #physicist #astrophysics #astronomy #sciencelover #scientist #galaxies #particlephysics #bigbang #nasa #europeanspaceagency #nasahubble #hubblespacetelescope #alberteinstein #naturalscience #maths #milkeyway #spitzerspacetelescope #jameswebbspacetelescope #physicslovers

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@quanta_gramm

⚛️ Indeed! 🙏 😍 . . . Image Credit: @metmuseum

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@only_physics_7919

Nicknamed the "God particle", the Higgs particle was proposed in the 1960's by British physicist Peter Higgs as a way of explaining why other particles have mass. . . . Follow @only_physics_7919 . . . #higgsboson #higgsbosonparticle #godparticle #higgsfield #standardmodelofparticlephysics #elementaryparticles #particlephysics #ATLAS #largehadroncollider #peterhiggs

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@wave.number

Another definition of an ellipse is the fact that rays emitted from the first focal point must be reflected by the ellipse in such a way that they pass through the second focal point. ⠀ #physics #science #cosmology #universe #space #time #cosmos #spacetime #nature #physicist #astrophysics #astronomy #sciencelover #scientist #galaxies #particlephysics #bigbang #alberteinstein #naturalscience #maths #geometrie #geometrics #ellipse #kepler

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@dapoibrahimtv

Socrates on true wisdom We are all transforming...🙏🏽 Comments❤ if you agree with the quote above ☝🏾

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@dapoibrahimtv

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@dapoibrahimtv

The HallMark of an educated mind... We are all transforming...🙏🏽 Comments❤ if you agree with the quote above ☝🏾

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@dapoibrahimtv

Get realistic with yourself We are all transforming...🙏🏽 Comments❤ if you agree with the quote above ☝🏾

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@dapoibrahimtv

Stop letting other people's actions get to you! We are all transforming...🙏🏽 Comments❤ if you agree with the quote above ☝🏾

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@dapoibrahimtv

As you all can perceive, a psychological war is always going on between the supremacist and the minorities... always. We are all transforming...🙏🏽 Comments❤ if you agree with the quote above ☝🏾

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@dapoibrahimtv

Work hard on establishing a good reputation for yourself, then make it unassailable. We are all transforming...🙏🏽 Comments❤ if you agree with the quote above ☝🏾

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@dapoibrahimtv

Luxury and Contentment by Socrates...🙏🏽 Comments❤ if you agree with the quote above ☝🏾

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@dapoibrahimtv

Your perspective about things is what makes you suffer... Change your perspective...🙏🏽 Comments❤ if you agree with the quote above ☝🏾

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@dapoibrahimtv

The rough roads often leads to the most Beautiful destination...🙏🏽 Comments❤ if you agree with the quote above ☝🏾

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@dapoibrahimtv

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@physicsindica

Just an example..😅😂 #physicsmemes #meme #joke #cat #energy #conservationofenergy . 🇮🇳PHYSICSINDICA🇮🇳 . Follow us for more updates on..🔥 . #technology ✈  #innovations 🏗 #theoreticalphysics 📚  #spacefacts 🌌 #sciencejokes 😂  #sciencefun 😅  #nasa #blackholes #physicsindica 🇮🇳  #math 📖 #physicsquiz 💡 #wormhole #breakingnews 📣  #scientist 👨‍🔬  #india 🇮🇳 #particlephysics ⚡ #quantumphysics 📒 #Einstein  #science 🛰  #physics 🌞 . . . ❤FOR THE LOVE OF PHYSICS❤

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@tomer.agmon.75

Still experimenting with particles. I'll soon start making some actual sci-fi scenes implementing them. #blender #particles #particlephysics #spiral #helix #blink #3d #3ddesign #physics #abstractart #3danimation #blender3d #sphere #3dparticles #abstract #planetoid

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@tomer.agmon.75

Still experimenting with particles. I'll soon start making some actual sci-fi scenes implementing them. #blender #particles #particlephysics #spiral #helix #blink #3d #3ddesign #physics #abstractart #3danimation #blender3d #sphere #3dparticles #abstract #planetoid

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@themercuryblog

Have you heard of quantum entanglement? 🔴〰️⚪️ Let me know your thoughts in the comment section. 🤓 #didyouknow #didyouknowfacts #quantumphysics #science #feedyourcuriosity #themercuryblog Follow @themercuryblog for more cool and inspiring science! 🔥 Support us on Patreon.com/themercuryblog

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@alexandriastore.com.br

“Penso 99 vezes e nada descubro. Deixo de pensar, mergulho no silêncio, e a verdade me é revelada.” -Albert Einstein

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@lenzmer

Organisation Européenne pour la Recherche Nucléaire • CERN • The largest particle physics laboratory in the world • On the picture, you can see a part of the LHC tube, Large Hadron Collider, the world's largest and most powerful particle collider and the largest machine in the world. It lies in a tunnel 27 kilometres in circumference beneath the France-Switzerland border, near Geneva • Accelerating science • April 2019 • . . . . . . . #invitation #cern #switzerland #france #particlephysics #particle #physics #nuclear #research #laboratory #world #organisation #european #geneva #swisse #love #largehadroncollider #collider #large #boy #model #machine #engineering #higgs #boson #l4l #sciences #technology #instamoment

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@infinity_cosmo_

A UCLA astronomer at the Keck Telescope, astrophysicist Tuan Do, Deputy Director of the Galactic Center Group, reports that in the space of two hours, the brightness of black hole the heart of our galaxy usually a passive flickering object about twenty-five thousand light years from Earth, has increased 75-fold – the brightest it has been since scientists first started studying it more than 20 years ago. Do was watching the Keck telescope in Hawaii as it was pointed at the center of the Milky Way on the evening of May 12. He reports that he was baffled by an unusually bright spot on the readings at first, thinking it was the nearby star S0–2, when he was aware as it became brighter that it was the enigmatic supermassive monster , which is four million times the mass of our sun. - ✅Follow @infinity_cosmo__ - - - - - - - #stringtheory #universetoday #cosmos #physicslovers #physics #quantumtheory #quantumparticles #quantummechanics #quarks #nutrino #electron #positron #nebula #bigbang #biology #biologylovers #nasa #cern #particlephysics #astrobiology #astrophysics #michiokaku #stephenhawking #alberteinstein #astrology #neildegrassetyson #blackhole #hubble #astronomy

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@bored_philosopher

Got asked a odd question in the library why I have books assorted the way I do in front of me (not quite like in the picture, doing that for presentation here). Well, I am today focusing on a subject, in antiquity unified but today absolutely alienated from one another: The Observer Effect in Physics, and the rise and fall of life in ecosystems. Aristotle tackles both early on, the root elements. He solved actually some of the issues involving Locality and Causality issues physicists in places like CERN tackle, and took pics of the section of this short track so you can see his solution, he wasn’t concerned with the observer but the waste effect, noting qualities tracked aren’t independent of the thing by are rather waste products. I can get into Aristotle’s theory of observation as well but just won’t here, but it can account for the seeming shift. There is a Aristotle vs Descartes stance on how observation and knowing works, Both have strengths but the Cartesian stance won out and hence why physics is currently in the deadlock. They are Half-Assing it in a way that would get a medieval monk to giggle.... which isn’t inappropriate given the science of particle physics began in this era with texts like Bellifortis, when they were first struggling with how to present mathematical symbology to a technical manual on trajectory, by raiding alchemical symbology, and that symbology was imbued with metaphysical presumptions, many of which slumbers in the presumptions of science to this day. But that was a physical groundwork Aristotle had to his explanation why life lived so long and so short. He was looking at individual species, myself who ecosystems. Iraq’s winter is Alaska’s summer, Iraq’s plants wither while Alaska’s boom in similar weather. Why? Well, I have that question and have pondered it long, asked it here even after taking late fall and winter walks pointing the odd foreign plant still surviving. We would mumble something about Darwinism and Genetics. How does a entire ecology synchronize though? Aristotle has something to say on it, but later commentators do too. But there later commentators like Seneca have very different reasons for approaching...

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@joshuaryanmurillo

"What the Mass (Higgs Decay)" pARTicles and waves series Oil on canvas 20 x 16 in | 51 x 41 cm 2016 . . . #art #oil #oilpainting #abstract #contemporaryart #science #physics #particlewaveduality #particlephysics #quantum #quantumphysics #higgs #higgsboson #godparticle #quark #photon #light #lhc #feynmendiagram #mass #JRM🖌️

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@netzwerk_teilchenwelt

Hier seht ihr Björn und seinen Betreuer bei der Arbeit am CERN. Björn ist ein Teilnehmer der diesjährigen Projektwochen und forscht für zwei Wochen am AWAKE-Experiment. Bei diesem soll ein Plasma-Wakefield-Beschleuniger entwickelt werden. Mit dieser neuen Art von Linearbeschleunigern können Teilchen deutlich effektiver beschleunigt und damit die Länge zukünftiger Beschleuniger maßgeblich verringert werden. Dies ist möglich indem die Teilchen wie Surfer auf der Welle hinter einem zweiten Teilchenstrahl reiten. 🌊 Björn trägt im Rahmen der CERN Projektwochen des Netzwerk Teilchenwelt dazu bei, diese Technologie genauer zu erforschen. . . . . 📸 Michael Hoch #netzwerkteilchenwelt #teilchenwelt #weckedenforscherindir #forschenfetzt #CERN #AWAKE #plasma #surf #surfer #theperfectwave #teilchenbeschleuniger #projektwochen #lovescience #scicomm #wisskomm #naturwissenschaft #wissenschaft #instascience #handsonscience #quantastisch #outreach #particlephysics #teilchenphysik #dukannstallesschaffen #forschungsprojekt #scienceresearch #scienceforall #laseroptics #kleinsteteilchen #physik

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@drquantum12

"Missing matter" prediction of Einstein!!! . . Follow @drquantum12 for more!! . #science #space #einstein #particlephysics #quantummechanics #mystery #universe

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@p.2quared

P2QUARED Journal entry 005 Subject: Helix Fundamental Particle Theory on Radiant Particle Propagation and the Wave Particle Duality The thought that when two particles have their helices interact with one another a new particle is formed gives us tremendous insight into the wave particle duality we observe in radiant particles like photons. When two particles are moving through space, like two photons for example, when they move toward one another their colliding helices create a third photon. Those three photons will form two more photons making the total five. Those five will make three more which gives us eight total and this pattern continues as long as the particles have the mass to support the formation of new particles.(I know that the last sentence was controversial, to suggest that photons have mass. This will be discussed in the following paragraph) This wave particle duality also happens in all radiant particles photons, neutrinos and gravitons. The only difference is that negative particles can be absorbed into positive particles or reflected off negative particles. Now to address photons having mass. In this theory all particles have mass since moving helices are the carriers of energy. This means that the distance a photon can travel from its source is dependent on how massive the photon is. This concept of wavering particles make more particles also has an interesting speed repercussion. Some of the particles formed would be moving faster than their parent particles. So taking into consideration the charge of 'sibling' particles formed between 0 and 45 degrees the speed of the new wave front would probably be something like 1.6 the speed of the parent particles. Meaning that outside the effects of gravity and time dilation the wave front of a group of radiant particles is constantly accelerating at this speed. The only time it's not accelerating at this speed is when another wave of slower gravitons in higher concentration are acting on it and the force from the helices coming off the gravitons is causing the wave front to slow down and move with a constant speed. This also applies to neutrinos and gravitons.

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@quantamag

An experiment almost two decades in the making is attempting to weigh the neutrino — the only fundamental particle of unknown mass. This crucial piece information could point to an explanation for the dominance of matter over antimatter in the universe, as well as serving as a check on theories of the evolution of the cosmos. ••• 📖 Want to know more? Read "How the Neutrino’s Tiny Mass Could Help Solve Big Mysteries’” at QuantaMagazine.org ••• 📸 : Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe ••• #physics #physicsisfun #physicsiscool #particlephysics #neutron #cosmology #physicist #physicsresearch #physicsexperiment #quantamagazine #quanta #sciencenews #research #scientific #STEM #scienceisawesome #scienceiscool #scienceisbeautiful #exploreeverything #scienceandart #digitalart #scientificphoto #visualfodder

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@quanta_gramm

⚛️The United Kingdom has entered the race to build the world’s first prototype commercial fusion reactor. The British government announced a £200-million (US$248-million) investment on 3 October. ____ Even though no fusion facility has yet been able to generate more energy than it takes to run, governments around the world are already looking at how they might build a commercial reactor. Both the design and timeline for the UK proposal make it among the most ambitious. ____ Over the next four years, scientists at the Culham Centre for Fusion Energy near Oxford will produce a detailed design for the Spherical Tokamak for Energy Production (STEP), a plant capable of generating hundreds of megawatts of net electrical energy that would be up and running by the early 2040s. If the decision is made to go ahead and build the facility, the bill would stretch to billions of pounds. ____ “It’s ambitious and adventurous, but I think the fusion programme has to be,” says Howard Wilson, director of the STEP programme at the UK Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA), which runs the Culham Centre. ____ The nuclear fusion of hydrogen atoms into helium — the process that powers the Sun — promises an almost limitless supply of clean energy. But no facility has yet been able to achieve the level of heat and confinement needed for a reaction to generate more energy than it takes to produce. The international ITER experiment being built in southern France aims to do that in 2035. The STEP project’s goal is to go a stage further: creating a plant that can harness electricity from fusion. Only if ITER succeeds will scientists know whether a prototype commercial plant such as STEP is really viable. I hope it becomes a reality! 😃 . . . Image Credit: Christophe Simon/AFP/Getty In Image: The international fusion project ITER is currently under construction in southern France. Source: @nature.physics / @nature.research

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@physicstatistic

Zoetrope: the physics and psychophysics of motion animation- still images flashed in rapid succession produces the illusion of motion through persistence of vision. The slits are crucial to creating the illusion by blacking out the visual stimulus for a short duration- without these pauses only a blur is perceived. When the image flash rate is above the flicker fusion frequency (approximately 16Hz) we perceive fluid motion- the basis for all movies and TV. ➡️ Follow the link in my profile to get your own zoetrope and other amazing items featured here on @physicsfun October 14, 2019 💞 Thank you my friend Via: @physicstatistic #physicslab #particlephysics #physicsexam #physics1 #physics_is_nature

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@curiousnomer

How Gravity Works? ➡️ Things fall not because they're being pushed or pull but because there's future is on the ground. Two straight lines will never meet on a flat surface, but on a sphere or curved surfaces they will meet automatically. Maybe there's some kind of weird force that pulled them together and they didn't feel it, but it happened. No, what happened was not the result of a force it was just a natural result of CURVATURE. A straight line on a curved surface is called as Geodesic. The line of equator is an example of a geodesic on the curved surface of Earth. Distances around a sphere or Cone becomes shorter as we go up. Einstein realized that curvature could cause things to be seemingly attracted to one another without needing to invent the existence of force like Gravity. In our case, it's the curvature of Space-time. You will think that attraction only happens if things move along the surface, if they stay still they don't come together, so for something at rest how does falling works? But things rests only in Space but that's not the whole story. Up down, forward, backward, left nd right all u need to describe where an event occur but a complete description will also need time.Together these 4 dimensions form the setting in which everything in our universe happens.So in a flat Space-time a ball that remains at rest will remain at rest only in Space not through time. It will only get older. So does it mean that anything that ages doesn't fall? If space time was flat when I let go of the ball it wouldn't go anywhere, but in our case the mass of Earth manipulate the geometry of Space-time into say a cone. Now with no forces acting on it every part of the ball follows a straight line, but on a cone a straight line is curved. U fall becoz everything naturally steered towards where time is slowest.  Follow @curiousnomer #science  #theorticalphysics #thermodynamics  #physics  #astronomer #astronomy  #nasa🚀  #nebula  #galaxy  #knowledge #particlephysics  #universe  #cosmology #cosmologist  #astrophysics  #scientist  #elonmusk #spacex  #stellarphysics  #interstellar  #education #exploration  #star  #astrophysicist #hubblespacetelescope  #hubble  #quantumphysics #gravitationa

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