On Thu, Feb 11, 2016 at 3:11 PM, Ilitirit Sama <ilitirit@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
It's a bit tricky. We think about light in terms of having particle and
wave-like properties, but it's neither. And some schools of thought say
that everything can be thought of like this.
ie. A properties behaviour = Wave-like Properties + Particle-like
On Thu, Feb 11, 2016 at 3:02 PM, Donaldson, Alasdair <
Yeah, but light is a particle as well as a wave. There are theories that
gravity is as well.
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You know how light is a wave? Well, light is a form of electromagnetic
radiation, and all forms of electromagnetic radiation are waves. Heat
waves, radiowaves, X-Rays etc. All the same as light.
But noone could prove that gravity was the same. It should exist in
theory, but noone has ever been able to detect gravity waves. We know that
gravity exists, but does it have an associate wave? It seems like they
managed to do just that.
As for black holes... imagine large trampoline. It's flat, right? Now
put a heavy object in the middle. What happens? It sinks in and the
trampoline surfaces warps downwards.. If you put a marble on the edge of
the trampoline, it rolls towards towards the object. The heavier the
object, the more the trampoline curves in, and the fast the marble rolls
The trampoline is space-time. The heavy object in the middle is an
object (like a planet) that warps spacetime and causes gravity (this is
what causes the marble to roll towards it). A black hole is what happens
when you put an object so heavy on the trampone that middle sinks down to a
level we cannot determine. Maybe it breaks, maybe it stretches
infinitely. We don't know.
On Thu, Feb 11, 2016 at 2:35 PM, lindsey kiviets <lindseyak@xxxxxxxxxxx>
so they found proof of a black hole?
eish man , black holes are inescapable. GG
I wonder if you can go through time if you go into one?
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