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Post Re: The mysterious Veegtrón!   Posted on: Sun Jul 24, 2011 11:42 am
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Post Re: The mysterious Veegtrón!   Posted on: Thu Jul 28, 2011 1:57 am
Please confine your scientific illiteracy to one thread.


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Post Re: The mysterious Veegtrón!   Posted on: Wed Aug 10, 2011 4:39 pm
Please watch this video.

http://khan-academy.appspot.com/video/i ... 0Astronomy

That should explain things about light that have so far passed by.


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Post Re: The mysterious Veegtrón!   Posted on: Wed Aug 10, 2011 5:58 pm
I found the Veegitrons!

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Oh wait. Those are Veggitales. My bad.


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Post Re: The mysterious Veegtrón!   Posted on: Thu Aug 11, 2011 7:41 am
Weight has nothing to do with wavelength - take a look at the sea anytime. All the water has the same 'mass/density', and yet you can have different wavelengths.

Since English isn't your first language you really REALLY need to find a Physics textbook in your native language and read up about light, wave particle duality, photons etc.


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Post Re: The mysterious Veegtrón!   Posted on: Fri Aug 12, 2011 9:11 am
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JamesHughes wrote:
Weight has nothing to do with wavelength - take a look at the sea anytime. All the water has the same 'mass/density', and yet you can have different wavelengths.

Since English isn't your first language you really REALLY need to find a Physics textbook in your native language and read up about light, wave particle duality, photons etc.


If the light has no weight, why each color of light has a different wavelength. I say that it is because each color of light has a different weight.

If the light has no weight, all the wavelengths would be equal for each color of light, but are different by their weight.

There is one thing that distinguishes the wavelengths in each color of light, I once again repeat, is its weight. You think you, why the colour varies wavelength?


You are wrong. Photons have no mass. Colour varies with wavelength because different materials absorb different wavelengths and the wavelengths reflected determine the colour perception of the object by the retina.

See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colour for a good explanation of colour.

Let me say this again GET A DECENT PHYSICS TEXTBOOK in your own language. It will explain everything you need to know about light, without the need for extra particles.


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Post Re: The mysterious Veegtrón!   Posted on: Fri Aug 12, 2011 9:02 pm
Please don't feed the... whatever Victor is.


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