What are Distance and Displacement? Just like Speed and Velocity, they have different meanings (despite their similarities). Distance is a scalar quantity. While, Displacement is a vector quantity.
Quantum Consciousness, Perception and Reality. Rather than covering the whole field, I will stick to my own view and some theories to back it up. We perceive only what our senses tells us. For example, we can perceive “light” (The visible spectrum) but not radio waves. Some, we cannot perceive directly at all, like a neutrino or an atom. The brain uses what we can perceive to build up a model of the world, this is our reality. Our? As in mine and yours? Is everyone’s perception of reality the same? We don't share the same brain. Right?
What are Speed and Velocity? Just like Distance and Displacement, they have different meanings (despite their similarities). Speed is a scalar quantity. While, Velocity is a vector quantity.
This is part III of the Newton series. What is Gravity? I'm sure you're not floating around, are you? Gravity is what kept us on the Earth and is what causes the Moon to orbit Earth and the Earth to orbit the Sun and the Sun to orbit the Milky Way and the Milky Way to orbit around something that I don't mind to continue on...
This is part II of the Newton's series. Inertia is the tendency of an object or thing to remain in its state of rest or of uniform motion in a straight line. An example would be like when you crash and hit something while cycling which I wouldn't fancy happening...
This is part I of the Newton's series. In today's blog post, we will be talking about the famous Physicist/Mathematician/Alchemist and a lot more, Sir Isaac Newton.
There's so much amazing blog out there that I just can't do without one, right? Welcome everyone, welcome to my blog. From physic to programming there's a little of everything here. I hope that you all will find my blog to be somewhat enjoying. But for now, Thanks for visiting