The Theory of Planck

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On December 14, 1900 physics was revolutionized communication with the German physicist Max Planck. That day he established the initial framework of quantum theory.


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Light

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What is light?


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"Cosmic Numbers", Another Creation Paradigm Etc

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Gary Clifford Gibson’s recommends a recent work on important numbers in physics and extrapolates some a few cosmological ideas on the creation of the (local) Universe.


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Quantum Physics for Cure Disease, How?

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Last year, the world is shocked by the practice of healing disease with cigarette smoke by Gretha Zahar, a nuclear expert from the Institute of Free Radical Decay in Malang.


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Forgiveness- "The Science"

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The scientific explanation of Forgiveness from a mystical point of view.


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Quantum Jumping

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The Quantum Theory has made a huge scientific impact. Several of our greatest scientists firmly believe in it. But, Quantum jumping? Read on to find out about this phenomenon.


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The Compton Effect

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The science and history behind The Compton Effect or Compton Scattering.


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Quantum Theory

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In the early Twentieth Century ideas about how atoms were made up were changing. The previously upheld belief that atoms were spheres of positive charge with negatively charged electrons stuck in them was replaced by a model similar to that of a tiny solar system. In this new model atoms were explained as consisting of a tiny nucleus at the centre with a very large charge density made of positively charged protons and uncharged neutrons, around which there are negatively charged electrons.


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The Photoelectric Effect

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The Photoelectric Effect is the emission of electrons from a metal’s surface by exposure to light.


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Occam’s Razor Cuts Both Ways

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Is it true, that when (other things being equal) given a choice of explanations for something that the simplest explanation is most often the best? Being of medieval origin, should this principle of simplicity still be elevated to such an important part of our scientific approach, today?


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