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DraftScience vs Video #4: more re: Veritasium wind car



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Was willfully created to Force reality to match religious daydreams. The history of its creation, defense, and eventual acceptance is a mockery of the scientific method. Truth was forsaken for agenda, evidence was exaggerated distorted and quote mined to support a plainly silly notion of reality…

“”If I’m in space and I throw a 2 L bottle of coke (2 kg) away from me at 1mph., do I received the same thrust if I shoot a dime (2 grams) away from me at 1000mph.? If so isn’t this proof against the kinetic energy formula?””

“”Is there any physical evidence defending the kinetic energy theorem? The theory says an 8 lb bowling ball will produce twice as much “energy” as a 16 pound ball thrown with the same effort. No pro bowler can make A lighter ball work. Why? “”

“”If I shoot two objects with inverse velocity to Mass ratios (for exp. 10m 5v vs 5m 10v) into gravity your formula says one object will have twice as much energy as the other at liftoff. If I let the objects fall, on an identical spring they will be recorded to impose the same pressure, the same joules of energy. How do you reconcile that fact with your theory? or Do you dispute the fact?””

“”Your theory says a 5-ton train going 10 miles an hour has twice as much energy–ability to do work as a 10 ton going 5 miles an hour. I claim you will never prove that to be true, and that if you actually collected the energy of the moving objects in a scientifically sensible manor it will be clearly demonstrated that they have the same capacity to do work.

Do you think a 5-ton 10 miles an hour train can do twice as much work has a 10 ton train going 5 miles an hour? Do you think you can create heat or deformation and transfer 100% of your momentum to another object?

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The Missing Pieces of Quantum Mechanics, TEMPORARY



The audio of this one has been fixed (mono to stereo, normalized).

This video is TEMPORARY (expected deletion date, Sunday, May 23). Why? At time 37:45, I showed a video to try and explain the Schrödinger’s cat puzzle. That was HUGE fun. I realized though that I really need a second video that shows at 5 different moments of space-time what the wave function is EXPLICITLY. It will not be too hard to do, but I think it will add considerably to the presentation, at least it has for me even in the draft form. This also puts pressure on me to make said SHORT video.

The fourth video in the Spiritual Physics Research Discussion Series talking
about the missing pieces needed to understand quantum mechanics. Rev. Lara Hoke kindly provided a spiritual frame for the evening. Doug Sweetser presented for a general audience the core ideas behind relativity in physics. After presenting enough slides to explain this newly designed t-shirt in about a 50 minutes, the zoom room was opened up for discussion and open-ended questions
(not included).

The Simple Math Rule remains in effect for all slides, with no math
expressions more complicated than a square (one number times itself).

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2011 Minute Physics video on Schrödinger’s cat.

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What If You Traveled One Billion Years Into the Future?



If you traveled 10,000 years into the future, what would planet Earth look like? Would most of its surface be covered in volcanoes? Or would it be frozen in ice? What if you traveled even further, to one million years in the future? Would all of the oceans have evaporated? Or would it have become one giant water world? Now, what about one billion years? Would there be any humans left? Or would they have settled in other parts of the galaxy?

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What makes things shiny?



Why exactly are some things shiny? 

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Understanding Quantum Mechanics #8: The Tunnel Effect



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Why don't round lenses produce round images?



Why do cameras make square or rectangular photos?

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Chromatic aberration –

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What If the Earth Was Actually Flat? (Extended)



If the Earth had an edge, I hope it would look like this. The edge of a flat Earth. I know, I know, we’ve talked about it before. But there’s something mesmerizing about it. A flat Earth solar eclipse. Diagonally growing trees. The great wall of ice, guarded by NASA, of course. The flat-Earthers sure have a great imagination. But what if they were right? How would the Earth hold up in space? Would it revolve around the Sun, or would the Sun rotate around it? And why would you never walk to the Earth’s edge?

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What If You Ate a Brick of Dry Ice?

What If You Ate a Brick of Dry Ice?

Dry ice is one of the coldest substances on Earth. This is what it does to a flower. And check out what it does to this action figure. Now, what would happen if you swallowed dry ice? What would it do to your skin? How much could you eat before it hurts you? And how would it affect your stomach?

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What If We Could See Through a Black Hole?

What If We Could See Through a Black Hole?

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This star is about to transform into a black hole. And we’re about to travel inside it to see what’s on the other side. The only problem is that we’ll never be able to report our findings back to Earth. Because once you go inside a black hole, there’s no coming back. So maybe there’s a better way to find out what’s on the other side. Could we use a special telescope? How would light behave inside a black hole? And why could the first image of a black hole provide all the answers?

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