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God spoke, and it came to be so. It took men years to figure out the mathematical equation./// Belief in God does not signify ignorance of science but coincides with its complexity.

The first occurrence of Einstein’s E=MC^2 equation in his own writing.

The first occurrence of Einstein's equation, in his own writing. The moment einstein realizes that mass/matter and energy are different forms of the same thing

Scientists showed that particle-wave duality and the quantum uncertainty principle (previously considered distinct) are simply different manifestations of the same thing.

The power to manipulate matter at the subatomic level. Sub-power of Particle Manipulation The.

What if there is a density of reality in which time is 3 dimensional? According to some types of String Theory, what you do right NOW can potentially cause what happened 5000 years ago in our interaction with linear time, because what we do to an electron effects both its past and its future according to string theory. We experience linearity, but what if time progression was nothing more than a series of universal cause-effect relationships randomly interconnected throughout time as a whole

“People assume that time is a strict progression of cause to effect, but *actually* from a non-linear, non-subjective viewpoint – it’s more like a big ball of wibbly wobbly… timey wimey… stuff.” —The Doctor-

A cloud chamber is an early form of the particle accelerator that uses magnetic fields to exert a force on subatomic particles. Beautiful tracks are created as the particles interact with a gas, usually carbon dioxide, used as a detector. These tracks are from the Cavendish Laboratory

Subatomic particle tracks in a cloud chamber.These resemble the Nazca Lines! Has anyone done a comparison ,wouldn't that be worth a book , Eric Von Daneken?

"A Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism" by James Clerk Maxwell, 1873 Physics nerds pride themselves on wearing T-shirts with Maxwell's equations. The equations' discoverer, Scottish physicist James Clerk Maxwell, compiled his theories into "A Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism," published in 1873.

The Classic, Beautiful and Controversial Books That Changed Science Forever

"A Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism" by James Clerk Maxwell, 1873 Physics…

Admittedly I don't have the best head for physic equations, but I love the intersection of math & language. This can help my students and I in the future!

It’s so simple…

An explanation for every major physics equation and their implications, it is the epitome of physics and is used here to represent it.

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