## Floating Superconductors

When a superconductor is put close to a strong magnet, it will lock into the position where it has been put. It will neither fall nor rise. It will not slide off to the side.

## Polarization Through Reflection

When light hits a highly reflecting surface, like a mirror, no energy is lost. The bounce of the photons off the atoms that make up the mirror is perfectly elastic.

## Proton, Electron and Neutrino

Outside an atomic nucleus, a neutron decays into a proton, an electron and an anti-neutrino within 15 minutes.

From this, we can conclude

## Dimensions

In the physics presented in this book, empty space is merely a void with no properties.

The 3 dimensions we normally ascribe to space must therefore be seen as fundamental

## Reflections

In one of his books, the author Henry Berg makes the observation that there is something profoundly strange about mirrors.

How is it that a surface made up of atoms can perfectly

## Coulomb’s Probability

The word “and” is normally associated with addition. If Jack has three apples and Jill has four apples, Jack and Jill have seven apples all together. If Jack pulls a pale up a hill

## The Energy Puzzle

Energy is the capacity to do work, and by work, we mean moving things around.

When I pick up a wood block from the floor, I do work in order to put it on a shelf. Energy is transferred