JUST WHAT IS THE TRUE NATURE OF OUR "REALITY"?...
AND WHAT EXACTLY ARE WE REALLY 'MADE OF'?...
Albert Einstein's famous equation; E = mc2, established that All Matter is Energy, including us
(E = energy, m = mass x c = speed of light 2 = squared)
Every Atom in the Universe is like a 'Perpetual Motion Machine' which is Alive With Energy.
. . . That Includes You and Me, and Virtually Everything Around Us And Everything We See . . .
...And a lot that you don't see...
The electrons move so fast that no one position can be pinpointed.
Therefore it is referred to as an 'electron cloud'.
And the electrons do not stick to any one specific orbital - They 'buzz' around the nucleus.
This is because no distinct position of any one electron can be predicted at any particular time,
so there are considered only a number of probabilities that
any one electron will be at any one position at any one time.
Although massively slowed down in the above illustrations, the one here
better shows the orbital and vibrational frequency nature of the atom.
The Protons and Neutrons have been vibrating, and electrons have been
spinning around the neucleus of every atom since the beginning of time, and will continue spinning until the end of all time.
(That is, if there is really an 'end to time')
In addition to this, the energy contained within this 'atomic system' supports the three dimensional shape of the of each atom giving us the building blocks of our World of length, width, and depth (1st-2nd-3rd dimension) with the spin of the electrons donating time (the 4th dimension). And, each one generates it's own electromagnetic and gravitational field.
And this illustrates a collection of molecules made up of many different atoms
when you increase the energy input such as the application
of heat will simply increase their vibrational frequency
So, just where do all these atoms that comprise all matter and
the World we see get all of its perpetual energy from?...
Just think, this means that you, everyone you know, and everything
you can see are made of the same 99.99999...% empty space
High energy sub-atomic particle colliders break down atoms into their
most basic fundamental levels thereby releasing enormous energies
and revealing even smaller levels of matter and of strange effects
An accelerator propels charged particles, such as protons or electrons, at high speeds, close to the speed of light. They are then smashed either onto a target or against other particles circulating in the opposite direction. By studying these collisions, physicists are able to probe the world of the infinitely small.
When the particles are sufficiently energetic, a phenomenon that defies the imagination happens: the energy of the collision is transformed into matter in the form of new particles, the most massive of which existed in the early Universe. This phenomenon is described by Einstein’s famous equation E=mc2, according to which matter is a concentrated form
of energy, and the two are interchangeable.
In physics and chemistry, wave-particle duality holds that light
and matter exhibit properties of both waves and of particles
The 'Double-Slit Experiment' is the seminal experiment that cracked modern science open to quantum mechanics. It’s an experiment based on the nature of light itself. The double-slit experiment was designed to determine if light acted as a particle or a wave. And what was discovered was that light behaved as a wave under most conditions. However, when the motion of each photon was observed, then they acted like particles instead. This caused a bit of a quandary in science. Our previous paradigm accepted things as one thing or another, but not both. As either a particle or a wave. However, this experiment determined that the act of observation determined whether light acted as one form or the other. It forced physicists to develop an entirely new model of the universe.
Runtime: 9:07 - Professor Jim Al-Khalili explains the experiment that reveals the "central mystery of quantum mechanics" - the double slit experiment. Sometimes called the "two-slit" or "Young's" experiment, it demonstrates that matter and energy can display the characteristics of both waves and particles, establishing the principle known as wave-particle duality. Furthermore, it questions the role of the observer in the outcome of events and demonstrates the fundamental limitation of an observer to predict experimental results.
For this reason, Richard Feynman called it "a phenomenon which is impossible... to explain in any classical way, and which has in it the heart of quantum mechanics. In reality, it contains the only mystery [of quantum mechanics]."
In modern physics, the double-slit experiment demonstrates that light and matter can satisfy the seemingly-incongruous classical definitions for both waves and particles, which is considered evidence for the fundamentally probabilistic nature of quantum mechanics. This type of experiment was first performed by Thomas Young in 1801, as a demonstration of the wave behavior of visible light.] At that time it was thought that light consisted of either waves or particles. With the beginning of modern physics, about a hundred years later, it was realized that light could in fact show both wave and particle characteristics. In 1927, Davisson and Germer and, independently George Paget Thomson and Alexander Reid demonstrated that electrons show the same behavior, which was later extended to atoms and molecules. Thomas Young's experiment with light was part of classical physics long before the development of quantum mechanics and the concept of wave–particle duality. He believed it demonstrated that Christiaan Huygens' wave theory of light was correct, and his experiment is sometimes referred to as Young's experiment or Young's slits.
The experiment belongs to a general class of "double path" experiments, in which a wave is split into two separate waves (the wave is typically made of many photons and better referred to as a wave front, not to be confused with the wave properties of the individual photon) that later combine into a single wave. Changes in the path-lengths of both waves result in a phase shift, creating an interference pattern. Another version is the Mach–Zehnder interferometer, which splits the beam with a beam splitter.
In the basic version of this experiment, a coherent light source, such as a laser beam, illuminates a plate pierced by two parallel slits, and the light passing through the slits is observed on a screen behind the plate. The wave nature of light causes the light waves passing through the two slits to interfere, producing bright and dark bands on the screen – a result that would not be expected if light consisted of classical particles.] However, the light is always found to be absorbed at the screen at discrete points, as individual particles (not waves); the interference pattern appears via the varying density of these particle hits on the screen. Furthermore, versions of the experiment that include detectors at the slits find that each detected photon passes through one slit (as would a classical particle), and not through both slits (as would a wave). However, such experiments demonstrate that particles do not form the interference pattern if one detects which slit they pass through. These results demonstrate the principle of wave–particle duality.
Other atomic-scale entities, such as electrons, are found to exhibit the same behavior when fired towards a double slit. Additionally, the detection of individual discrete impacts is observed to be inherently probabilistic, which is inexplicable using classical mechanics.
The experiment can be done with entities much larger than electrons and photons, although it becomes more difficult as size increases. The largest entities for which the double-slit experiment has been performed were molecules that each comprised 2000 atoms (whose total mass was 25,000 atomic mass units).
The double-slit experiment (and its variations) has become a classic for its clarity in expressing the central puzzles of quantum mechanics. Because it demonstrates the fundamental limitation of the ability of the observer to predict experimental results, Richard Feynman called it "a phenomenon which is impossible to explain in any classical way, and which has in it the heart of quantum mechanics. In reality, it contains the only mystery [of quantum mechanics]."
This has suggested that by the very act of a conscious observance of the wave-particle experiments had caused a change in the behaviour of the photons to transition between a particle and a wave state. This begs the question: does the Universe exist solely as a 'wave-state', and when we observe the world around us, does our conscious mind actually interpret
these waves as particle matter? Are we really just 'spirits' existing in--
and experiencing a 'material World'?
And, we are actually moving in at least five different directions all at the same time...
which means that we are also spinning!...
HOW WE MOVE THROUGH SPACE
The classical view of our Solar System
This model below illustrates the movement of planets relative to the plane of the ecliptic
This model below is another way to illustrate the movement of planets
relative to the plane of the ecliptic
THIS is an excellent illustration of our relative motion in relationship with our own Star through space
(even though this model mistakenly has Jupiter and Saturn tranposed into the wrong orbits)
Like a 'cosmic clockworks', ticking off the seconds, minutes, hours, days, months, years, centuries, millenia, epochs in the fourth dimension (time), and we and the other planets of our solar system
dance and we race as we chase our star around our own galaxy's center core mass...
And, our Galaxy moves through space in pretty much the same way (Lateral motion not shown)
And even galaxies collide on a regular basis
NASA Simulations of Galaxy Collisions based on Actual Observations
A Simulation below of how our Milky Way Galaxy will eventually collide with our neighbor, Andromeda
. . . And like the solar system, the atom also keeps its time like a 'cosmic atomic clock'. . .
Now, imagine the atom, much like the solar system with its core mass nucleus (like the Sun)
and its electrons spinning (like the planets) around the center while moving through space
at the same rates as all the matter in our solar system collectively leaving the same
kind of residual trail across the 'ribbon' of space and time in much the same way.
(The Macro to the Sub-Micro: From Galaxies to Stars to Planets to Molecules to Atoms to Electrons to Particles)
. . . THE RECORDING OF OUR JOURNEY . . .
Explore a 3-Dimentional Map of Our Known Universe
Cosmic Journeys - Hubble: Universe in Motion
Behold, you are looking at the very stuff we are all made from!
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Runtime: 0:50:01 - Description: Since its launch 25 Years ago, the Hubble Telescope has returned images of unprecedented beauty of a dynamic and changing universe. Hubble’s most iconic images are bought to life to answer some of the most important questions facing astronomers today. Colliding galaxies, the birth and death of stars, jets of gas thrown out by material crashing into distant suns: these incredible images tech us valuable lessons about how galaxies are formed, what dark matter is and even the fate of the earth itself.
Beyond The Atom - What Really Is Everything?
Living in a Quantum Dream - Was The Universe Born From Nothing?
Simulation? - Multiverse? - GOD? - Why Is The Universe Perfect?
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