Posts Tagged ‘Curvature’

Einstein in four *spatial* dimension

Why many physicists chose to define the universe in terms of the physical properties of a time or space-time dimension instead of four *spatial* dimensions is puzzling because, as was shown in the earlier article "Defining time" Sept 20, 2007 there is no observational evidence supporting it having physical properties.  Gravity and space-time But even […]

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Should we allow imagination to define physics?

Should we let imagination define our reality?  If so how much should we allow science to dependent on it? Most if not all explanatory models of reality rely to some extent on ones imagination because they use unobservable quantities to support them.   "IMAGINATION IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN KNOWLEDGE" For example Einstein used the concept […]

Construction complete, NASA to test Webb Telescope curvature

Greenbelt, MD (SPX) Nov 02, 2016

Construction of the James Webb Telescope is complete. Its mirror array finally assembled, the largest space telescope ever built is now ready to undergo a series of mechanical tests to ensure it can handle the rigors…

The conservation of space-time.

In physics, the conservation laws state the measurable property of an isolated physical system does not change as the system evolves over time. They include the laws of conservation of energy, linear momentum, angular momentum, and electric charge. Einstein’s General Relativity, from 1905 to 2005 – Kip Thorne – However these laws suggest the existence […]

Seeing time

One of the most difficult question one can ask a physicists or anyone for that matter is what is time because it does not have a physical presence. This may be the reasons some define it only in the abstract saying that is an invention of the human consciousness that gives us a sense of […]

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