• ### What will happen if Earth gets overpopulated?

It would need more oxygen
It would need more oxygen
13 answers · Astronomy & Space · 3 days ago
• ### I’m worried about my life after learning about the second law of thermodynamics. Should I be worried?

The second law indicates that you get nothing for nothing. Thus you should try to plan you future in terms of marriage and family.That means you have to work for a living . In physics work is the result of [ ( input power to a system minus Entropy power out put) x time applied to do the work} work Out put =Input - entropy Thus entropy is the... show more
The second law indicates that you get nothing for nothing. Thus you should try to plan you future in terms of marriage and family.That means you have to work for a living . In physics work is the result of [ ( input power to a system minus Entropy power out put) x time applied to do the work} work Out put =Input - entropy Thus entropy is the price we pay for doing work in the form of radiation power loss to the surroundings. The teacher may have completely misconstrued what the 2nd law of thermodynamics really implies There is no probablilistic system in the Universe ,everything falls into place by synergy.
9 answers · Physics · 3 days ago
• ### What came before the 'Big Bang'? Also, isn't nothing still something though?

nothing, because the Big bang is just a theory which confuses the actual Creation as portrayed in the Biblical record of Creation.
nothing, because the Big bang is just a theory which confuses the actual Creation as portrayed in the Biblical record of Creation.
27 answers · Astronomy & Space · 3 days ago
• ### How is density related to pressure? If something is higher in pressure, does that mean it is lower in density?

Pressure is Energy per unit volume =MC^2 /R^3 Mass is =density x volume volume =Mass /density Pressure = density x volume x C^2 x the curvature of the mass volume cubed Hence pressure for the same volume increases as the density increases
Pressure is Energy per unit volume =MC^2 /R^3 Mass is =density x volume volume =Mass /density Pressure = density x volume x C^2 x the curvature of the mass volume cubed Hence pressure for the same volume increases as the density increases
6 answers · Physics · 4 days ago
• ### Why are objects pulled towards larger objects in space?

They are not pulled together, they are in reality pushed together by the Power that exists in the substance of space which causes pressure on all mass structures and their motion. Hence its gravity Power that is the cause of all motion.
They are not pulled together, they are in reality pushed together by the Power that exists in the substance of space which causes pressure on all mass structures and their motion. Hence its gravity Power that is the cause of all motion.
21 answers · Astronomy & Space · 4 days ago
• ### How long is a lunar year?

354 days
354 days
11 answers · Astronomy & Space · 5 days ago
• ### Can dark matter pass through our bodies undetected and does it produce gravitational waves?

A radio signal goes thru space as a high frequency gravity wave.Its vely vely simple
A radio signal goes thru space as a high frequency gravity wave.Its vely vely simple
12 answers · Astronomy & Space · 6 days ago
• ### How can matter exist if anti matter should have destroyed it?

What they call anti matter is really the aether of space that holds matter together into one lump.
What they call anti matter is really the aether of space that holds matter together into one lump.
15 answers · Astronomy & Space · 6 days ago
• ### Why is the universe always accelerating and expanding?

As per Einstein field equation of general relativity the Universe is a conservative system.That means mass,volume time and power obey the laws of conservation. What is moving in the Universe remains contained in a particular set volume.Space is the medium for the motion of light producing masses. Acceleration only indicates the oscilliatory... show more
As per Einstein field equation of general relativity the Universe is a conservative system.That means mass,volume time and power obey the laws of conservation. What is moving in the Universe remains contained in a particular set volume.Space is the medium for the motion of light producing masses. Acceleration only indicates the oscilliatory hyperbolic motion of mass structures
11 answers · Astronomy & Space · 6 days ago
• ### Can a black hole gain mass by being accelerated to the speed of light?

There is only a substance of space in the black hole hence no light producing mass inside. Hence no light is in there,so we don't see anything inside. In near light speed motion, masses do not become bigger =the become smaller and shrink according to Einstein radius contraction equation
There is only a substance of space in the black hole hence no light producing mass inside. Hence no light is in there,so we don't see anything inside. In near light speed motion, masses do not become bigger =the become smaller and shrink according to Einstein radius contraction equation
10 answers · Astronomy & Space · 6 days ago
• ### If photons are massless, why can't light escape the gravitational pull off a blackhole which has gravity at its singularity.?

Photons have mass and obey the laws of gravity
Photons have mass and obey the laws of gravity
20 answers · Astronomy & Space · 6 days ago
• ### Is the description of Space relativity as per Tensor calculus really boils down to a Gradient of two force ratios?

The Einstein field equation solution relates to the ratio of a local force to a universal force. Tensor calculus relates to a Gradient
The Einstein field equation solution relates to the ratio of a local force to a universal force. Tensor calculus relates to a Gradient
2 answers · Physics · 1 week ago
• ### What does the speed of an object have to do with the distance traveled?

The faster the motion of a massive object the shorter the time to travel that distance. If it was possible for that object to travel faster than the speed of light it would get there even quicker. One does not have to be an Einstein to figure that out.
The faster the motion of a massive object the shorter the time to travel that distance. If it was possible for that object to travel faster than the speed of light it would get there even quicker. One does not have to be an Einstein to figure that out.
10 answers · Physics · 1 week ago
• ### Why do atheists like to ignore thermodynamics and the *law* of entropy when they talk about the *theory* of evolutionism?

Evolution has been misconstrued in Physics. Man is born into the world in accordance to his Creators design. Then as a baBy grows up to an old age and then dies. 2nd law indicates that we get nothing for nothing . Entropy is the price paid for doing work.
Evolution has been misconstrued in Physics. Man is born into the world in accordance to his Creators design. Then as a baBy grows up to an old age and then dies. 2nd law indicates that we get nothing for nothing . Entropy is the price paid for doing work.
54 answers · Physics · 1 week ago
• ### Can a black hole be made from light?

The background of the Physical universe that astronomers observe appears black.The Sun against this back ground appears as a white hole.As far as a black hole is concerned as part of the background appears invisible since what is called a black hole is devoid of light. Hence any celestial body that does not produce light appears invisible that... show more
The background of the Physical universe that astronomers observe appears black.The Sun against this back ground appears as a white hole.As far as a black hole is concerned as part of the background appears invisible since what is called a black hole is devoid of light. Hence any celestial body that does not produce light appears invisible that mass can be considered as a black spherical mass such as a planet that does not receive light and cannot emit and reflect a great amount of light Light particles cannot be shadowed. Hence we cannot observe the geometry of a massive particle of Light. Hence light only appears visible when it molds and reflects mass structures. The signal that comes from our massive surrounding can reach a detecting mechanism called the eye in Humans. Without the eye we can only sense light on our body as heat temperature. The massive particle of light has been calculated as being the most dense mass of the Universe. It is calculated as mass per unit volume which is approx = 2 x10^53 kilograms per cubic meter
18 answers · Astronomy & Space · 1 week ago
• ### What are gravitational waves made out of?

Before a so called gravitational wave be described it is necessary to Understand gravity and its causes as well as the cause of motion. Basically a wave is a disturbance in a medium which causes a moving force.
Before a so called gravitational wave be described it is necessary to Understand gravity and its causes as well as the cause of motion. Basically a wave is a disturbance in a medium which causes a moving force.
12 answers · Astronomy & Space · 1 week ago
• ### Do you believe there could be alien planets out in the Universe?

The only information that was given to Humans about the earth and the rest of celestial bodies in the containment of the Universe is in the Biblical Record of Creation. As far as we are concerned The Earth was special and created to house all biological life
The only information that was given to Humans about the earth and the rest of celestial bodies in the containment of the Universe is in the Biblical Record of Creation. As far as we are concerned The Earth was special and created to house all biological life
13 answers · Astronomy & Space · 2 weeks ago
• ### Change my mind: Aliens (in space) do not exist.?

We are the aliens.However we are short lived and very few live to 100. why do you need to know.
We are the aliens.However we are short lived and very few live to 100. why do you need to know.
19 answers · Astronomy & Space · 2 weeks ago
• ### Whats a singularity made of??

A mathematical singularity is not the same as a quantum
A mathematical singularity is not the same as a quantum
14 answers · Astronomy & Space · 2 weeks ago
• ### If there are 8.8billion habitable planets in the milky way..why have we not been contacted?is it distance related?

WE don't really know if there are other planets like the Earth.Most likely the Earth is unique and that is the One that was created by our Creators that supports biological life. Most planets observed contain Hydrogen in a frozen state. The Earth is the only one that contain the most numerous complex atomic structures of which our bodies... show more
WE don't really know if there are other planets like the Earth.Most likely the Earth is unique and that is the One that was created by our Creators that supports biological life. Most planets observed contain Hydrogen in a frozen state. The Earth is the only one that contain the most numerous complex atomic structures of which our bodies partake. The Biblical record of Creation gives a birds eye view of our Planet.
32 answers · Astronomy & Space · 2 weeks ago