Monthly Archives: February 2016

Lac Morency

It is the blue December sky That shines on forests wide, In snow reflecting evening nigh, The night arising spied. Amidst the trees a vast array, A frozen lake extends For kids to play and men to sleigh, On which … Continue reading

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Again, Mass Is Not Conserved

This will be my last attempt to show that mass is not conserved, unlike energy. Also, mass is not a very well-defined term in physics just because it’s not very well understood. Use the term sparingly and carefully in physical … Continue reading

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Gravitational Weaponry

Ok, I’ve got some time to write some shit again. Obviously, I am not a physicist but I like to read about physics whenever I have some spare time. If you read about degenerate matter (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Degenerate_matter), you will eventually bump … Continue reading

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What Is The Technological Implication?

Ok, fine, a photon can have a different mass depending on its different internal energy level. So long as its speed is kept constant in vacuum, there’s no violation of known observations, but why? Why maintain a sub-optimal constant speed … Continue reading

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Infinitesimal Mass

If Planck mass is the maximum mass allowed for a point particle, then the infinitesimal mass or whatever named after the physicist who can nail it in future is the minimum mass allowed for a point particle, perhaps that of … Continue reading

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Mass Is Not Conserved

When nuclear fission occurs, some little mass is released in the form of energy, more accurately, from electromagnetic potential energy to a huge quantity of photons, which manifest themselves in the form of light and heat. So, what created the … Continue reading

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What Is Mass?

A black hole is always a mystery, because it challenges our understanding of physics in many aspects. How does a black hole hold itself in a nearly pure energy state? Does energy have mass? Which form? Also, not every form … Continue reading

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