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  1. #1 Explanation of all un accounted for 
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    hi im aidan :-D

    here it is

    e=mc^2 (hypothetical, but closest thing we have)

    take the smallest mass of something we know to exist. then plug it into the equation(e=mc^2). you'll find that its greater than 1 ( i predict). this means that if it is greater than one, there are energy levels smaller than what we can observe. the larger the number from the aforementioned equation, the less we actually observe. 0c^2=0 <---no mass no energy. energy is dispersed everywhere in the universe, every where we think is empty, is just occupied by energy amounts too small to effect anything or be observed(with current level of technology). its not like a universe can have volumes of "nothing" within it. the laws of physics control the energy, and ensure that it remains throughout the entire universe always, at a certain constant. certain amounts of energy are so small they can not be affected by conventional forces (gravitational, strong nuclear, weak nuclear, etc). Those forces are what physics uses to keep a balance however those forces are not strong enough to influence anything composing of very small amounts of energy. This means that physics only effects certain energies above a certain density, ergo physics breaks down at the most fundemental level.

    energy is the smallest measuring unit.


    HEY tell me what u think, im 16 and failing 3 of 4 courses.

    and please read my other thread

    http://www.thescienceforum.com/viewt...?p=51131#51131


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  3. #2 Re: Explanation of all un accounted for 
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    Quote Originally Posted by origin_of_existence
    hi im aidan :-D

    here it is

    e=mc^2 (hypothetical, but closest thing we have)

    take the smallest mass of something we know to exist. then plug it into the equation(e=mc^2). you'll find that its greater than 1 ( i predict).
    This statement is without meaning, since you have failed to state what units your variables are in. Consequently this renders your entire argument invalid.
    Nice to see you thinking, though.


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    i don't see how it makes it invalid. im in grade 11 and i dont know how to calulate such large and small numbers (billionths of a kg, speed of light in km/h squared)

    if ne1 does the actual calculation i still think it would be greater than zero. this is important because that means there is parts of the universe that we cannot observe. this could explain how space is not a vaccum, and also prove that we cannot observe them and such small amounts of energy do not obey the laws of physics at the most fundemental levels.
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    i agree that you origianal statement is invalid cause there is no frame of refrence, i would like to see you explain the existance or non-existance of Exotic Matter with a mere M=MC^2 =)
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