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Re: What is electricity?

Post by LordRaven » Fri Dec 28, 2018 11:28 pm

Re: What is electricity?

Post by art0hur0moh » Fri Dec 28, 2018 9:26 pm

LordRaven wrote:
art0hur0moh wrote:
McAz wrote:
art0hur0moh wrote:
McAz wrote:Any force which is equal or greater than the gravitational force of a body defies gravity, Art, including the electromagnetic force.

In fact, I can momentarily defy gravity myself. :gigglesnshit:

not momentarily! all the days of our lives :thumbsup:

Alas, it keeps pulling me back down - though I'll keep trying. :smilin:

it would be a nucance if I didn't think of it as the Earth Hugging Us


Gravity of Earth - Wikipedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravity_of_Earth
The gravity of Earth, which is denoted by g, refers to the acceleration that is imparted to objects ... The nominal "average" value at Earth's surface, known as standard gravity is, by definition, 9.80665 m/s2. This quantity is denoted variously as gn, ge (though this sometimes means the normal equatorial value on Earth, 9.78033 ..

I recall doing some experiment at school wherein we calculated the gravitational force at our particular geographical location and we came out close to the average.
I cannot recall how we conducted the experiment and am baffled as to how we did it?
Never mind, as long as we are kept glued to the planet I am happy.

ge: gravity energy. I did similar calculations when I joined open university science a level one course. alas, how I calculated the sums are a complete mystery to me now?

Re: What is electricity?

Post by LordRaven » Fri Nov 16, 2018 4:31 pm

art0hur0moh wrote:
McAz wrote:
art0hur0moh wrote:
McAz wrote:Any force which is equal or greater than the gravitational force of a body defies gravity, Art, including the electromagnetic force.

In fact, I can momentarily defy gravity myself. :gigglesnshit:

not momentarily! all the days of our lives :thumbsup:

Alas, it keeps pulling me back down - though I'll keep trying. :smilin:

it would be a nucance if I didn't think of it as the Earth Hugging Us


Gravity of Earth - Wikipedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravity_of_Earth
The gravity of Earth, which is denoted by g, refers to the acceleration that is imparted to objects ... The nominal "average" value at Earth's surface, known as standard gravity is, by definition, 9.80665 m/s2. This quantity is denoted variously as gn, ge (though this sometimes means the normal equatorial value on Earth, 9.78033 ..

I recall doing some experiment at school wherein we calculated the gravitational force at our particular geographical location and we came out close to the average.
I cannot recall how we conducted the experiment and am baffled as to how we did it?
Never mind, as long as we are kept glued to the planet I am happy.

Re: What is electricity?

Post by McHenry » Thu Nov 15, 2018 3:16 pm

That's a nice sentiment, Art. :thumbsup:

Re: What is electricity?

Post by art0hur0moh » Thu Nov 15, 2018 3:05 pm

McAz wrote:
art0hur0moh wrote:
McAz wrote:Any force which is equal or greater than the gravitational force of a body defies gravity, Art, including the electromagnetic force.

In fact, I can momentarily defy gravity myself. :gigglesnshit:

not momentarily! all the days of our lives :thumbsup:

Alas, it keeps pulling me back down - though I'll keep trying. :smilin:

it would be a nucance if I didn't think of it as the Earth Hugging Us

Re: What is electricity?

Post by McHenry » Thu Nov 15, 2018 3:01 pm

art0hur0moh wrote:
McAz wrote:Any force which is equal or greater than the gravitational force of a body defies gravity, Art, including the electromagnetic force.

In fact, I can momentarily defy gravity myself. :gigglesnshit:

not momentarily! all the days of our lives :thumbsup:

Alas, it keeps pulling me back down - though I'll keep trying. :smilin:

Re: What is electricity?

Post by art0hur0moh » Thu Nov 15, 2018 3:00 pm

McAz wrote:Any force which is equal or greater than the gravitational force of a body defies gravity, Art, including the electromagnetic force.

In fact, I can momentarily defy gravity myself. :gigglesnshit:

not momentarily! all the days of Our Lives :thumbsup:

Re: What is electricity?

Post by art0hur0moh » Thu Nov 15, 2018 2:56 pm

art0hur0moh wrote:
Compost corner wrote:
I aye wrote:
Compost corner wrote:
Rolluplostinspace wrote:I was asked this question by a 14 year old a couple of months back and struggled with an answer.
Without Googling can you answer the question?

The applied transmission of electrons through suitable materials that work as conduits to conduct the resulting electrical line to the desired target device in order to power it.

and what of static which through out the electrical industries is regard it as a nusance? even though it is the only evidence there is for it to be gravity.

That is nonsensical. Maglev trains disprove your theory

switch your tv on. gather sand, dry it out, put in a sieve, shake vigorously infront of the tv. can you answer why the tv is dusty? Mr Turin was ostrociesed by the vatican for showing simple repeating math patterns creat elaborate patterns for camoflage. I am surprised by many experiments. there are no controls and if there are they have already been corrupted. what was a control in the past, today the control is past experiments. My experiment shows statics defys gravity, and the controls are shake sieve away from tv, do the same in front of the tv switched off. Just going to check out Maglev.

You kidding Me? electrical charge is independant of magnatism! :shake head: super conductive magnets I forgot about two decades ago.

Re: What is electricity?

Post by McHenry » Thu Nov 15, 2018 2:54 pm

Any force which is equal or greater than the gravitational force of a body defies gravity, Art, including the electromagnetic force.

In fact, I can momentarily defy gravity myself. :gigglesnshit:

Re: What is electricity?

Post by art0hur0moh » Thu Nov 15, 2018 2:49 pm

Compost corner wrote:
I aye wrote:
Compost corner wrote:
Rolluplostinspace wrote:I was asked this question by a 14 year old a couple of months back and struggled with an answer.
Without Googling can you answer the question?

The applied transmission of electrons through suitable materials that work as conduits to conduct the resulting electrical line to the desired target device in order to power it.

and what of static which through out the electrical industries is regard it as a nusance? even though it is the only evidence there is for it to be gravity.

That is nonsensical. Maglev trains disprove your theory

switch your tv on. gather sand, dry it out, put in a sieve, shake vigorously infront of the tv. can you answer why the tv is dusty? Mr Turin was ostrociesed by the vatican for showing simple repeating math patterns creat elaborate patterns for camoflage. I am surprised by many experiments. there are no controls and if there are they have already been corrupted. what was a control in the past, today the control is past experiments. My experiment shows statics defys gravity, and the controls are shake sieve away from tv, do the same in front of the tv switched off. Just going to check out Maglev.

Re: What is electricity?

Post by McHenry » Thu Nov 15, 2018 2:19 pm

LordRaven wrote:
McAz wrote:I cant be - but my bits can. :gigglesnshit:


As particles or waves? :smilin:


I don't mind, whatever's cheaper. :dunno:

Re: What is electricity?

Post by LordRaven » Thu Nov 15, 2018 2:08 pm

McAz wrote:I cant be - but my bits can. :gigglesnshit:


As particles or waves? :smilin:

Re: What is electricity?

Post by McHenry » Thu Nov 15, 2018 1:53 pm

I cant be - but my bits can. :gigglesnshit:

Re: What is electricity?

Post by LordRaven » Thu Nov 15, 2018 1:52 pm

McAz wrote:
LordRaven wrote:
McAz wrote:And at the quantum level matter and energy may be one and the same.

Yes indeed, all one and the same. But the fact we can theoretically be in two places at once is mind boggling :yikes:

Well, not "we", but instead the electrons that make up "we" - and more accurately "all places at once" since electrons are not subject to Time as we understand or experience it. Though none of this is certain.

Stooo is fond of the single electron hypothesis - "being everything at once" - I'm not so sure.



Einstein was right, you can be in two places at once | The Independent
https://www.independent.co.uk › News › Science
17 Dec 2010 - They even managed to get it to vibrate in two energy states at once, both a lot and a little – a phenomenon allowed only by the rules of quantum mechanics. "Physicists still haven't achieved a two-places-at-once state with a tiny object like this one," Mr Cho said.

And as for electrons, are they particles or waves?

Beam me up, Scotty! Scientists teleport photons 300 miles into space
Star Trek tech is still way off but successful test of quantum entanglement at Earth-space distance boosts hope for building an unhackable quantum internet

Chinese scientists have teleported an object from Earth to a satellite orbiting 300 miles away in space, in a demonstration that has echoes of science fiction.

The feat sets a new record for quantum teleportation, an eerie phenomenon in which the complete properties of one particle are instantaneously transferred to another – in effect teleporting it to a distant location.

Scientists have hailed the advance as a significant step towards the goal of creating an unhackable quantum internet.

“Space-scale teleportation can be realised and is expected to play a key role in the future distributed quantum internet,” the authors, led by Professor Chao-Yang Lu from the University of Science and Technology of China, wrote in the paper.
https://www.theguardian.com/science/201 ... into-space

Re: What is electricity?

Post by McHenry » Thu Nov 15, 2018 1:35 pm

LordRaven wrote:
McAz wrote:And at the quantum level matter and energy may be one and the same.

Yes indeed, all one and the same. But the fact we can theoretically be in two places at once is mind boggling :yikes:

Well, not "we", but instead the electrons that make up "we" - and more accurately "all places at once" since electrons are not subject to Time as we understand or experience it. Though none of this is certain.

Stooo is fond of the single electron hypothesis - "being everything at once" - I'm not so sure.

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