I Love Physics

Personal Stories, Advice, and Support 612 People

    aghahaseeb aghahaseeb
    22-25, M
    1 Response Jul 12, 2015


    Time is created by the relationships between the changes that occur in the Universe. (definition of relative time .. A.Einstein).
    juliegirlie juliegirlie
    41-45, M
    Jul 8, 2012

    Listening to something about the Hadron

    Collider on NetFlix right now. I just want to ask this question... As big as the HC is, 17 mile diameter... do we doubt that we can build a death star that would be able to blow up a planet? I wonder what changes in the solar system that would create. LOL
    AlwaysPersevere71 AlwaysPersevere71
    41-45, M
    Jul 25, 2014

    Something interesting here.

    As we all know, objects with a large gravitational pull; the sun, neutron star, a large pair of breasts ;) , can bend light. So that, to the observer, the object is slightly left, right, up or down of where it actually is. Now, black holes, and wormholes for that matter, have...
    henry1998 henry1998
    18-21, M
    1 Response Jan 3, 2014

    3.14... We've all been there at some point,

    correct? A horrible irrational number. It is said to equal infinity, but that's just not enough for me! A billion digits? Sure, I suppose that's quite a daunting number, but I will continue to search for the end of this number! If I have the time! No... I don't have all that...
    DrCrazy DrCrazy
    26-30, M
    1 Response Nov 2, 2015
    pawpawyumul pawpawyumul
    18-21, F
    1 Response Jan 11, 2015
    Bella70 Bella70
    41-45, F
    Apr 30, 2015

    Optics and Acoustics

    My grandfather held a doctorate in physics.  He specialized in optics and acoustics.  It was because of him that my childhood was a flood of prisms, box cameras, eclipses, tanks of colored water, sandglasses, bubbles, tuning forks, drawings of eagles, marbles, rubber...
    deleted deleted
    3 Responses Jul 25, 2008

    I find it increasingly odd

    that a marriage is actually the celebration simply for endurance. That its value is not measured by the degree to which both feel connected to one another and whole in themselves, but in the commitment to, simply, not move. That the failure is divorce and not inertia.
    koh72 koh72
    41-45, M
    Aug 25, 2015

    My Personal Take, Lecture Theatre Not Required...

    Physics is a language that by it's nature will always be in it's infancy. It is the words and questions of a 'toddler' struggling to communicate with and understand all the new things in its new world. Whatever we think we know or have learned and hypothesised about there is more...
    AngeGardien AngeGardien
    51-55, M
    Nov 21, 2013

    Numbers follow a surprising law of digits,

    and scientists can't explain why May 10, 2007 By Lisa Zyga Does your house address start with a 1? According to a strange mathematical law, about 1/3 of house numbers have 1 as their first digit. The same holds true for many other areas that have almost nothing in common...
    deleted deleted
    4 Responses Jan 15, 2016

    Hi im not the best at typing me thoughts

    but id love some imput on this. Thanks Start with two magnetic fields. One is totally positive, the other negative. As these fields interact they create null points, voids in the magnetic fields. These voids are gravity, attracting and repulsing in equal amounts. These voids...
    jesseAbent jesseAbent
    36-40, M
    Jul 12, 2014


    Physics is the most interesting subject,and the thing i understand the better than anything else.
    oscartheoreu oscartheoreu
    18-21, M
    Apr 9, 2012

    Trying to figure out,

    does void exist or not?
    pko78 pko78
    36-40, M
    Mar 22, 2016

    Was Almost My Major

    When we first started taking a physics course at school i was amazed by how everything in the world started making sense, the more you study physics the better you understand everything happening around you. Today i can't imagine not knowing the stuff i know, and i can't believe...
    InMyLife InMyLife
    26-30, M
    Sep 10, 2010

    "Physics Til You Find Me" Physics

    til you find me, my dear. No matter the place, no matter the year; The world's too big to find you I fear, so I've left you these breadcrumbs to stand and wait for you here. Maybe these words will find your ear, and maybe I'll be the one you've waited to appear. I shout to the...
    Taynkbot Taynkbot
    22-25, M
    Apr 4, 2016

    She's beautiful yet strange.

    When I try to read her, I learn things that perplex me, things that are inexplicable and mystifying. She purposefully leaves me wanting more, but whenever I try to dig deeper, she becomes secretive and mysterious. When I ask her to tell me her feelings, she gives me answers that...
    ninjats ninjats
    3 Responses Apr 15, 2014

    Describe one method of making a magnet from an

    unmagnetized steel nail. Explain, using the idea of domains, why your method works.
    pawpawyumul pawpawyumul
    18-21, F
    1 Response Jan 11, 2015


    It was the end of my sophmore year, and a lot of transitions had happend in my life. I moved to a new country, had to learn a different language, and had recently closed a severe chapter in my personal life. I wasn't very academically towards any subject, let alone physics or...
    endivedual endivedual
    18-21, M
    5 Responses Aug 13, 2007

    are atoms with identical quantum values

    interchangeable through the quantum field if access to the field can be obtained by both atoms
    QuantumBradyShift QuantumBradyShift
    Aug 15, 2015

    breaking the speed of light.

    when Albert Einstein changed physics forever, he did so by restating newtonian laws by noting that it isn't time that is universal, but rather the speed of light which is. so basic theory suggests that if you can travel faster than light, you can actually travel backward in...
    quirkysquirt9 quirkysquirt9
    22-25, M
    2 Responses Jan 14, 2015

    New Subatomic Particle.

    European scientists said Friday they had detected a subatomic particle that sheds light on one of the basic forces of nature which determines the structure of matter. The particle, a baryon called  Xi_b , cannot be detected directly as it is too unstable, but scientists...
    juliegirlie juliegirlie
    41-45, M
    2 Responses Apr 28, 2012

    so i just finished up a great project on

    special relativity and GPS accuracy. i did not really touch too much on GR as i did not learn about it in my class. but i have been thinking about what i will do to fullfill my physics minor for my degree. i want to purse GPS tools using relative physics but im not sure how to...
    quirkysquirt9 quirkysquirt9
    22-25, M
    2 Responses May 5, 2015

    Creationists argue that the world is perfect.

    If only they studied physics.
    shaz1230 shaz1230
    18-21, F
    Mar 31, 2015

    I never pictured myself deriving the equations

    of quantum field theory and actually understanding them. physics is beautiful.
    quirkysquirt9 quirkysquirt9
    22-25, M
    Feb 23, 2015
    Eremonium Eremonium
    22-25, M
    Dec 30, 2014

    I Could Finish My Exam

    i study tonite n it's like 'owh, i can't do my exam, i gonna be remedial'. but i try n try and then this afternoon when i saw the questions there're 4 and i looked one by one, but nothing i can do it.   but, i'm not give up, i tried to remember the formulas n so on...
    lovelykikumaru lovelykikumaru
    18-21, F
    Mar 18, 2010

    3 marks on an A* in my ISA.

    I don't know whether to be happy that I got an A or disappointed because I was 3 marks on getting the highest grade possible :/
    deleted deleted
    1 Response Feb 23, 2015

    The only reason for time is

    so that everything doesn't happen at once. Albert Einstein
    dispossessed dispossessed
    51-55, F
    4 Responses Jun 1, 2014

    Is Time Real?

    Kant was among the first to postulate an unbending time dimension akin to spatial ones. Einstein showed time dilation in Special Relativity by discussing "signals" of light being used to "measure time". Fair enough, but doesn't this presume the motion of light? Suppose there was...
    freeed freeed
    66-70, M
    6 Responses Feb 27, 2011

    I really love discussing physics.

    Recently I met a young man on 9chat and he was looking some one to discuss a certain conception which he had already developed and I guess he was wrong in it somewhere. it was like this: he was visualizing photons travelling on a wave surface of a light wave and wanted to know...
    akska akska
    22-25, M
    1 Response Aug 18, 2015

    Omg!! I really really need help with physics!

    ! General physics asp 113 Any physics lover out there wanna help? For the sake of science?!
    Kittyxfreak Kittyxfreak
    22-25, F
    Jul 8, 2014

    I actually HATE physics.

    But I have to take it this year so i was kinda wondering if any of you would be willing to help me if I had questions. I'd really appreciate it :)
    21cookielover21 21cookielover21
    18-21, F
    3 Responses Sep 20, 2014


    Did you know that the passage of time seems to increase with the square root of age. The more we grow older, the more time seems to pass quickly. Suppose that at twenty passing time is equal to ONE. At forty, twice your age, time goes faster and 1.4 times at forty years is...
    juliegirlie juliegirlie
    41-45, M
    3 Responses Jul 10, 2012

    The true love of my life

    and the itch I can never fully scratch. May you continue to fascinate me until the day that I die.
    Taynkbot Taynkbot
    22-25, M
    1 Response Sep 7, 2015

    Physics Jokes

    Here are a few you may enjoy:   YOU MIGHT BE A PHYSICS MAJOR...   if you have no life - and you can PROVE it mathematically.   if you enjoy pain.   if you know vector calculus but you can't remember how to do long division.   if you chuckle...
    JazzyKiwi JazzyKiwi
    18-21, F
    1 Response Apr 10, 2010

    Help Needed! Given a project on String theory.

    ... Can anybody here explain to me just the basis of it? Thank you!
    DarkPrincess10 DarkPrincess10
    18-21, F
    1 Response Nov 12, 2014
    hippygod1 hippygod1
    22-25, M
    Dec 10, 2013

    You look at my posts.

    You see depression, you see the remnants of a very lost person, but why am I here at physics? Just because I cry myself to sleep with my AP physics book every night, or because it sits on my floor crying without me? Science is not beautiful without anyone to care for it. I care...
    deleted deleted
    1 Response Jun 22, 2014

    Physics Is The frame Of My Life, The Consciousness That Flows Through Me

    Ive always loved reading things on the Internet about physics. And reading books, and I just love it! My role model is Albert Einsten, who was a very famous, and genius physicist who created the general theory of relativity, and the theories of spacetime. Physics is the one thing...
    deleted deleted
    2 Responses May 21, 2012
    Evangeline1985 Evangeline1985
    Apr 18, 2013

    I love the science of physics,

    and spend a lot of time reading on the subject. I occasionally find the odd concept or bit of mathematics hard to get my head around at first, but once it all falls into place it is just mind-blowing. I find it amazing to contemplate how far we have come in our understanding...
    TheBookAddict TheBookAddict
    41-45, M
    1 Response Sep 23, 2015
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