NASA Designs Near Light Speed Engine That Breaks Laws Of Physics
NASA Designs Near Light Speed Engine That Breaks Laws Of Physics.
Physics is the basis of natural science. If some phenomenon contradicts the laws of physics, then this phenomenon does not exist.
Is it so?
In most cases, this is true. But history proves that the contradiction of physical laws sometimes means that we simply do not know something. And then a new physics emerges.
On February 28, 1913, the Danish physicist Niels Bohr proposed a planetary model of the atomic structure, which later became the basis of quantum mechanics. Bohr argued that an electron in an atom does not obey the laws of classical physics.
However, many of Bohr’s contemporaries, including the indisputable scientific authority Albert Einstein, considered this theory untenable and even insane. Uncertainty – the term and exact science seemed to be incompatible. “God does not play dice,” Albert Einstein told Niels Bohr in person. To which Bohr calmly advised Einstein to stop telling God what to do.
Einstein did not believe in God. This phrase has become just a convenient metaphor. Einstein did not want to accept randomness in the universe, and he was seriously mistaken.
Just think, Einstein – the smartest man among earthlings, made a mistake!
Yes, he did. Now even a schoolboy knows that the discovery of quantum mechanics gave humanity the majority of modern technologies:
• nuclear weapon;
• particle accelerators;
• magnetic resonance imaging – MRI …
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