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"Under the photon theory of light, a photon is a discrete bundle (or quantum) of electromagnetic (or light) energy. Photons are always in motion and, in a vacuum, have a constant speed of light to all observers, at the vacuum speed of light (more commonly just called the speed of light) of c = 2.998 x 108 m/s."What is a photon?
I need information that can not be found on wikipedia. Preferably some excerpts from genuine papers/experiments if you know of any. So far I've read Newton's and Einstein's theses and essays regarding light. Some other contributors would be appreciated.
Sorry dude.. this wouldn't work. You'd have to put energy in to raise the water level in the tube above the level of the water in the tank.Can anyone help me with Hydrology Theory. I have a question that is tough to explain. If I could draw a picture and scan it and then diagram it I would.
This is my best try to help give you the proper mental image:
Imagine a tank filled with water. At the bottom of the tank there is a drain with a pipe that goes down and then turns 90 degrees and then once it reaches past the outer wall of the tank it again turns 90 degrees upward along side of the tank.After the pipe extends upward past the top of the tank it turns again 90 degrees until it reaches over the top of the tank.In essence if there was enough pressure the path of the pipe would allow water to flow out the drain and back into the top of the tank.
How much water would it take to weigh enough to cause enough pressure through a narrow enough pipe(so the weight of what is going up will be low enough) to get this flow achieved?
It seems possible in theory for perpetual motion, but I am not a hydrologist and I don't know all of the limitations.This is similar to what happens when a toilet is flushed or a sink is drained. The water has to travel through 2 -90 degree bends and one of them actually forces the water to flow up in order for it to flow back down.
If this was feasible you would think we would already do it. I would try to add a turbine for power, if it is possible.
There are enough cave systems in the world, it technically doesn't have a sealed bottom.that is cool because that means you could hypothetically put the pacific ocean in a tank that technically doesn't have a sealed bottom and it would still hold the water
I am sure there is a specific name for this principle, that is something else I specifically wanted to know
With all do respect if the page is white and the only thing on it is a black spot then technically those should be the only two colors there, however when black and white are combined it creates gray. The question for me is do the graphics allow for a clean separation or do they cause an integration of the black and white. And then on a technicality,a smart ass art student would say something like black and white aren't actual colors.I personally disagree with the last statement, 1st because if you mix the colors of the visible spectrum of light you get white light.So now that you probably wish someone who has their ducks in row would have answered that instead, I'll leave you alone now.
Since the criteria has only left room for a black dot and a white surface, I believe the answer you are looking for is that there is no spoon... I mean line.
Define?Scientifically speaking, what is the main constraint or impediment holding back the advent of nanotechnology? Thank you.