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SourceCodeOf_HumanGenome > Old - physicsed @ 2009/3/22 10:12

This topic is for posting ideas which hardheaded physicists gleefully praise as very physics.

Last edited at 2009/03/23/17:17-JST
SourceCodeOf_HumanGenome > Why does a particle emit electromagnetic wave only when it is accelerated? @ 2009/3/22 10:31

Because electromagnetic field has inertia.
Electromagnetic field accompanying the particle is shaken off when the particle is accelerated.
Then electromagnetic field is torn off and flies away partially.
Can this be correct as a qualitative explanation?

Last edited at 2009/03/22/17:52-JST

SourceCodeOf_HumanGenome > Radioactive rays are sharp needles. @ 2009/6/3 9:46
Even the sharpest panch of the best boxer can not make a hole in a human body.
It can only push the contacted part of the body away.

A steel needle can make a hole in a human body.
However, it can not make a hole in a nucleus.
It can only push the nucleus away.

Radioactive rays are so sharp that it can destroy nucleuses as if they make holes in the nucleuses.

The human damage from radioactive rays is thus more serious than from boxer panch.
SourceCodeOf_HumanGenome > Gravi-cone Universe @ 2009/7/10 10:54
As a cosmological model, I have proposed Gravi-cone Universe that the big bang occurs in both future and past direction.

It is not any vibrating universe.
It is not a finite universe originated by the big bang and terminated by the big crunch.
In gravi-cone universe, the big bang is just after the big crunch.

It means that each of the big crunch and the big bang occurred only once, but people before the big crunch use a time axis with opposite direction, and so they see the big crunch as a big bang.

I named it Gravi-cone Universe remembering light-cone.

It has not been supported by any practical calculation yet, it only suggests what we should calculate.

Last edited at 2009/07/10/20:20-JST
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