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Everything Physics

@physicsfreak

Dark matter, theory of relativity, dark energy, negative mass, end of the universe, The Big Bang, 'What is beyond the universe?' etc. If you love such things, Welcome to your home.'

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Roger Penrose proposed that the brains's neural system forms an intricate network and that the consciousness this produces should obey the rules of quantum mechanics. Laws of quantum mechanics only apply at looooooooooow temperatures. Ex- quantum computers work at -272 degree celsius.

Each neuron contains mocrotubules, helps in transport.. Penrose (and Hameroff) say that these microtubules are arranged in fractal pattern which enables quantum processes to occur.

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Introduction

(You can move to next if you are familiar with the term 'muon'.)

OK, you are reading this on your tech device, now imagine zooming it. More and more and more and more and more. So much that you can't even see he pixels, you are in the pixels. now zoom in more and more and more. You will see somethng like the pic, it is called an atom. What is revolving around is called electron. Number of electrons vary from a substance to another substance. Now if you want, you can remove that electron from its orbits around the atom. Now make this electron 200 times bigger, what you get is a 'muon'.

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Henriatta Leavitt

During the 20th century, scientists would just look at the night sky and imagine How do we know how far a star is and what is its brightness? Because a star which would be very bright wold seem to be very dim if it was very distant from you. Stars pulse too i.e., they blink from bright to dim, they may do that really fast or slow.

Henriatta Leavitt clicked photos of a clusters of stars in the sky for a veryyy long period of time, and she discovered a pattern, a pattern which opened all doors of space science. It was:

The brighter a star is, the slower it pulses.

read it thrice, think about it.

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