Fun Facts about Physics 1. +100 for more Part 2 on its way.. You know the first one, that's called specific heat capacity and I learnt about it today. no point, just saiyan
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Fun Facts about Physics 1

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Submitted: 09/15/2011
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User avatar #38 - Unimaksu (09/16/2011) [-]
the first one would be a more a chemistry fact chemistry fact then a physics fact (i'm working on my doctorate in theoretical physics)
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#36 - shifthapens (09/16/2011) [-]
These aren't fun at all
These aren't fun at all
#35 - inbeforeherpes (09/16/2011) [-]
A photon (a light particle) has no mass, that's how it is able to travel at the speed of light.
A photon (a light particle) has no mass, that's how it is able to travel at the speed of light.
User avatar #34 - sketchE (09/16/2011) [-]
mass is the amount of matter in an object not its weight
#33 - anonymous (09/16/2011) [-]
To the first one, lrn2physics. You can waste the electricity used to heat the water, but you can not physically waste energy. The law of conservation of energy states that energy can not be created or destroyed, only transformed.
User avatar #32 - hehcowsmoo (09/16/2011) [-]
**** you, i like my showers hot.
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#25 - tibbly (09/16/2011) [-]
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#24 - SandyStevens (09/16/2011) [-]
Either way I ******* love these posts.
#23 - imbrovvn (09/16/2011) [-]
#3 Epic
#3 Epic
#18 - southpawshooter (09/15/2011) [-]
If the theory of the big bang is correct, it will always seem as though we are in the center of the universe. The objects behind us are slower and thus moving away. whereas the objects in front of us are faster and also moving away. as a result is is impossible to calculate the true center of the universe.
#19 to #18 - wubwubx (09/15/2011) [-]
As is impossible to say where behind or forward is, or any direction for that matter, just simply "That way"
#20 to #19 - southpawshooter (09/15/2011) [-]
Wouldn't you agree that the big bang originated from a single point? If so than all Objects in my above statement are relative to that. IE: forward is farther away from us in relation to the center of the universe and backward is obviously closer.
#21 to #20 - wubwubx (09/16/2011) [-]
If the Big bang did occur and the universe was created from such, than no I disagree from it being created from one point. It is possible that outside our universe is another dimension completely, another dimension adds more direction, or less direction. To say that our universe, with our 3D dimension, was created on a single point when in another dimension a single point may not even exist as we know it is pretty conclusive.
#26 to #21 - southpawshooter (09/16/2011) [-]
if it is another dimension then they will not intersect. at least not in a spatial way. i think your missing the point. the big bang started at one point and exploded directly away from that central point in all directions. as a result everything is moving away from any surrounding objects in a way that makes it look as though, from the viewpoint of an observer on that object, that that object is the center of the universe. as a result it is impossible to calculate any point relative to the actual center of the universe.
#29 to #26 - wubwubx (09/16/2011) [-]
Still I disagree. We don't know what the universe looks like, or even if it is a shape. It may not have a center at all
User avatar #14 - electriccaveman (09/15/2011) [-]
i thought 1 joule was the energy required to heat 1 gram of water by 1degrees C?
#22 to #14 - cafezhu (09/16/2011) [-]
Wow... you are totally right, why are you apologizing?
1 Joule = 1 g of water 1 Degree C
1 KILO joule is what takes to bring 1KG of water up 1 degree C
1 calorie = 1g of water 4.18 degree C
OP is a ****** .
#39 to #22 - wubwubx (10/22/2012) [-]
Actually its 4.186 joules for 1 ml of water, 1000 mL in 1 L, so 4186 joules to heat 1 L. ****** .
User avatar #15 to #14 - jlyoung (09/15/2011) [-]
That would be a calorie.
User avatar #16 to #15 - electriccaveman (09/15/2011) [-]
true

i feel foolish
#13 - anonymous (09/15/2011) [-]
**anonymous rolled a random image** take this
#27 to #13 - SandyStevens (09/16/2011) [-]
Why Carlton Banks WHY?!?!?!
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#11 - hobzamartin (09/15/2011) [-]
geee
tell me something I don't know...
these are NOT fun facts... this is just 8th grade physics
#10 - jalfih (09/15/2011) [-]
**jalfih rolled a random image** tl;dr
#9 - landonmac (09/15/2011) [-]
I come here to laugh, not to learn..
User avatar #8 - nsfwcontent (09/15/2011) [-]
do something about black holes or higgs boson or something random like that
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