Sunday, March 17, 2013 1:08:12 AM
@Draculya - You'll almost defiantly never see this. The probability is nearly 0...scientists could probably measure it to 0.0000000000000000001321%.
Maybe the best reason to measure and estimate to such a high degree is not for practical application. More likely is for proof of concept. Newtonian physics can be seen and demonstrated. Like...if you drop a ball, you can SEE and measure how fast it drops. Quantum physics cannot be viewed because, simply viewing a particle changes what it is doing, where it is, and where it`s going. By measuring an testing to such a high degree, it shows that the current theorys on how things work is correct!
Tuesday, July 31, 2012 8:59:30 PM
I didn't watch the whole thing. But does this say anything about the phenomenon of having your kitchen lights on and not being able to see out (while maintaining a stronger reflection), vs. turning them off and being able to see out without others looking in so well? It seems obvious, but it`s a window isn`t it? Why should it work differently when the sun`s out and you can see either way just as easily?