Which of the following statements are true about electric current? List all that apply. Electric current is measured in units of Amperes.
I think all heavenly bodies are a projection on our atmospheric border btw.
The second half of the atmosphere on the opposite side of the sun or anything else we see because of light might act like a lens where on the moon gets projected. The reflected light does how ever reflect off of a real 3d existing in space moon.
On earth there are three things space does not have which are needed for a real burn humans can see oxygen or medium allowing temperature, density of matter, ignition temperature or starting temperature much higher than in space thus more easily has energy transferred in to it allowing for a visible wave… Length here locally our local atoms or structures more complex formed under atmospheric pressure and can be exited enough to give off the effect light in space only chemical reactions like the sun are hot enough to create local temperature, and after my suspected ignition of the photon no wave form in space we can see as it is to cold to really burn or glow in between nm on our atmosphere.
Photons might not like space as a medium to travel is giving light. The sun might eject dark particles being the source of local dark matter filling up space slowly creating a variable over time gravity we experience in space.
In space the cold temperature seems to make mass relatively heavy, is this the same for photons relative to nature or the universe, the universe might think of light as something slow… Our atmosphere might be a lights speed limiting factor creating dark particles into visible light with prisma like behavior.
Obvious thing, black holes are not flat….
Nothing in nature is flat, not even 2d materials are 2d…. They are still one atom thick which have dimensions once we measure dimensions are known so not dimensionless we just can weigh photons yet… able to carry temperature, anyways black holes….
If the light gets absorbed nothing can ever render shadow or depth… The information of 3 dimensionality depth perception is what light and shadow give as information, with out this information any dark sphere will look flat or like a hole from any angle….
The artist can not render a sphere without light he simulates. The same goes for telescopes and cameras…. If our atmosphere works as a projection lens, if…. Then could our northstar be a projection of us, or the sun on the backside of our planet, always in the centre of the night.
The north star is solidly related to us in some way, all other stars move around it beautifully, is it fixed because we are the reason?
If you think these ideas are interesting, feel free to add, help out, think with me or what ever.Topic 2 Motion and Forces (Exam revision summary for Edexcel GCSE combined science paper 5 physics 1, Topic 2 "Motion and forces") You should be able to.
General relativity is the geometric theory of gravitation published by Albert Einstein in and the current description of gravitation in modern physics.
Hello to all new and old readers. I’ve put together a new fully functioning forum linked to the Wild Heretic Blog, but it isn’t a part of the WordPress design. Waves - electromagnetic radiation, sound, optics-lenses, light and astronomy revision notes index. General introduction to the types and properties of waves and how to do wave calculations including ripple tank experiments gcse physics revision notes. Illuminated and self-luminous objects, reflection of visible light, ray box experiments with mirrors, ray diagrams explained, uses of mirrors. Modules. Explore the modules we offer to discover your options and opportunities here at the university.
Answer: ADG. a. TRUE - Physicists often speak of conventional current as the direction that positive charge moves through a circuit.
This is based on the convention that the direction of the electric field is the direction that a + test charge would be accelerated.
With WGU’s online Bachelor’s Degree in Physics Education, you can become a certified high school physics teacher.
An affordable way to advance your career. In physics, a surface wave is a mechanical wave that propagates along the interface between differing media.
A common example is gravity waves along the surface of liquids, such as ocean waves. Gravity waves can also occur within liquids, at the interface between two fluids with different densities.
Elastic surface waves can travel along the surface of solids, such as Rayleigh or Love waves. Cyberphysics - a web-based teaching aid - for students of physics, their teachers and parents.