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.
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.
Outside an atomic nucleus, a neutron decays into a proton, an electron and an anti-neutrino within 15 minutes.
From this, we can conclude
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
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
Time goes a little faster on Mercury than it does on Earth. This is why Mercury makes its rounds around the Sun a little quicker than predicted by Newton.
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