The birds are quiet when a summer storm is approaching. They sense it and find a safe place to perch.
It was late in the afternoon of a day near the end of June last summer. 587 more words
Reference: Moore, Thomas A., A General Relativity Workbook, University Science Books (2013) – Chapter 18; Problem P18.1.
We’ve seen that in Newtonian physics, the… 280 more words
In physics, quantum is the smallest possible amount of energy (or matter) involved in an interaction. In Quantum Physics, collectively each tiny part contributes to the whole but each separate unit is governed by its own set of rules so that the final interaction cannot be predicted. 721 more words
A case against photons being necessary and sufficient to explain the experience of light:
There are many examples of scientific studies and first hand experience which implicate human visual perception as the result of neurological and phenomenological states, rather than a direct mapping of photons striking the retina of the eye. 1,395 more words