Tue, Jul 5, 2005 at 12:43 AM
Two hypothesis and two questions.
Question 1:Why does the battery lose its electrical energy so quickly when we short-circuit it? It is amazing that it lose energy so ready when no work is done outside! Is there an important implication or just I don’t understand Physics?
Question and Hypothesis:
Something I had in mind when I first Einstein’s Theory of Relativity: When an object raise in temperature, it would increase the level of vibration of its molecule. And Theory of Relativity predict that any object with an relative increase of speed would increase in mass. What happen to the mass after the temperature falling down? Does the excess mass become energy again in form of radiation? So the mass would increase the process of heating up and decrease in the process of cooling down?
Hypothesis: When two object collide elastically, there is an experimental formula stating the relationship between their exit velocity without an explanation. Now I believe I found an explanation of it, it maybe the proof of my latest resonance kinetic energy transfer theory(In the ‘proof; of F not equal to ma) The momentum of an object only transfer to another object for the atoms/molecules vibrating in sync with itself. When an object is moving, all the atoms/molecules in that object is vibrating in different frequency and direction, while another object is in a similar situation; so when they collide with each other, the atoms and molecules of each object quickly exchange momentum. However, they would only able to transfer energy effectively if and only if the receiver share the same vibration frequency, which may a lot to do with the internal structure of that object.