Will electromagnetic radiation propagate infinitely through a vacuum?
>tfw met an actual cute grill who is majoring in math and actually knows her shit and says that if she doesn't become a mathematician she'll just shot herself.
I want to fuck her but what's the catch here?
Why is she not a vapid dumb slut who uses guys for money? Why is she actually trying to learn math? How can such girl exist?
If your STEM degree has the word technology, management, science, or information in the title, then it is a poverty tier meme degree.
You cannot prove me wrong.
>TFW Information Technology Management major
I've had this thought in my head for such a long time now, what would happen if you were to be shot by a bullet that was the size of an atom? Don't bring up the story with the guy who had the same thing happen to him through his head, that had lethal doses of radiation. Imagine the bullet has no radiation and is the size of an atom, what would happen theoretically?
>The universe came from nothing
Why isn't that ambient energy not considered part of the universe? Where does it exist in relation to the universe?
What is "nothing" defined as in this sense?
Why does everyone hate De Broglie–Bohm? It's certainly a lot more logical than copenhagen and MWI mysticism. Is it some meme I didn't hear about?
When you die does your brain release a lot of DMT and you technically end up in an eternal dream?
from my understanding, the speed of light is invariant everywhere and to all observers (and this is largely the reason for time dilation but that's beside the point). so how exactly is refraction not an exception to this rule? does passing through transparent/translucent materials slow down photons or is there something im missing?
>The light rays travel like a clean wave through the vacuum.
>They collide against the atoms into the water doing a pseudo-zigzag trajectory. So it travels at the same speed, but with a longer trajectory.
Is this wrong?
guys can you help me find a pdf version of this (pic related) Its for college and I dont have $100- $150 to buy it
What would you believe to cure cancer?
Would it be radiation, a miracle vaccine, or just a simple protein present already in the human body?
General Cancer thread
Could gravitational waves be causing the spirals?
>film is literally showing sunshine on a fucking mars
>sunshine on a mars
>mars, a planet that is so far away from sun you can't see a glimpse of it even with a telescope
Is he right?
>he will actually get the presidency
Murrikans will get what they deserve.
also, no. The climate of the earth is indeed changing, there's plenty of proof about it. The problem comes when saying if the explanation is human activity or a natural change.
According to the Fermi Paradox, the galaxy should already be occupied by the type three civilization. If that is the case, they could be drawing power from multiple stars in the galaxy, including our own. If they have the power to take power from the stars in the entire galaxy, then that means there is a chance that our mathematics about the stars could be wrong and that certain properties of the universe itself might be slightly different then we believe it is, which could account for "many things" we are currently unable to account for.
Was Calculus created or discovered?