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  1. Einstein's special theory of relativity is mathematically wrong but we find the effect of relativity is true i.e. time slow down due to velocity of frame or mass increases due to motion. This paper gives reason for that. This happen due to property of subspace as explain in chapter 3. This paper proves that Special theory of relativity is mathematically wrong. Effect of special theory of relativity is true in one direction that is due to the property of subspace as given in chapter 3. Space & vacuum are different. This concept solves the problem of dark matter, dark energy & big bang.
  2. I once created an experiment where I passed UV light thru a one inch copper coil and into a test bed of photographic film. The effect of passing light thru a metal is called "Plasma oscillation" see: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plasma_oscillation The only problem is that I passed the 450 nm UV light thru a copper coil and it modified the wavelength down to around 40 nm. Which is the spectrum that is transparent to copper. So the question I have is this. Is there a theory that describes that affect of magnetic field modification of wavelength? And where do I access the equations for said th
  3. Hello all, Basic but (1) when an electron is excited by a photon with a frequency between two allowable energies, does it just promote the electron to the orbital it was just able to pass, or is it just as precise as frequencies emitted when falling to lower levels in spectroscopy, requiring EXACTLY the necessary frequency? (2) Will the excess kinetic energy be enough to ionize the electron with any other higher orbital electrons falling to repopulate the missing areas? (3) Is there a tolerance in populating an orbital? I believe it should be more fuzzy as you approach with higher n, be
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