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"fifth force" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

04:37 min | 2 weeks ago

"fifth force" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

"Is giants. La friend manji. This is James davis originally the we're all in the northwest of england and currently living in aberdeenshire scotland. I have a question for you. About the fundamental forces being gravity electromagnetism. The strong weak nuclear forces. Why doing at a v four so that I was thinking. Dock and g should be possibly regarded as fifth force. Possibly you could add to that with the dark matter I also had that some people think that gravity is not really a fundamental because it's an illusion created by warping of space time. So perhaps you could clarify this folding. Thanks very much for listening to my question. Thank you very much. thank you james. Thanks for the question that's That's a deep question. That one fred all right one to question whether or not gravity should be one of the fundamental forces very very bold giants. Maybe we can start by reminding people what the fundamental forces are all five thousand. We've got time we do. There's only four actually. Yeah that's it's a relief. Yeah but we'd so okay. Gravity is one of them it. So i'm just watching a bird dismantle the windscreen wiper my car when she thought of base highway or minor butcher bird to uber probably immediately is gonna write.

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"fifth force" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

02:46 min | Last month

"fifth force" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"You need to know right now, and it's going to be here at 8 25 tomorrow morning and balance in the morning. Right now. The National Weather Service has issued a beach hazard statement for parts of Southern California through late tomorrow night. Cruz, Newport Beach, Long Beach and other Orange County communities are preparing for very high surf and tides that have potentially caused serious flooding. Many residents in the area dealt with flooding last summer officials confident they're much more prepared this year. Right. What does this mean to surfers out? There is also riptide situations. Is it dangerous for them? Any word on that? I don't know, but I don't know. Well, you can text into your surf and you know that stuff is going to be dangerous to be in the Southern California waters with this beach hazard warning and stuff. After a steep decline. California's covid 19 vaccination rate is on the rise again. It's likely that the States $116 million Senate program helped generate more interest in the shots. You know and Governor do some saying you can get dinner at the French laundry with me. I thought that was good, too. He said. It's aren't done, though. One week from today, the state is giving away six dream vacations. Hotel states food entertainment up to four people. The packages include surf lessons in San Diego. Spa Day in Palm Springs and a trip to Disneyland hosted by Gillian Escoto. I'd love that. The days of yelling Boo at your friends and family. Maybe over. Yeah. A team of scientists claim they've discovered a cure for Hiccups. Oh, it's basically a straw. They call it the forest. Conspiratorially. Suction. Missing the right. Okay, I guess. Yeah, I think respiratory but says, inspiring story, Whatever, and swallow tool or The acronym is Fist F I s S t. I s s Steve Fist. They call it the fifth Force in spirit, Tory suction and swallow tool. They've created a hard plastic l shaped device. The mouthpiece at one end and a pressure valve, but the other, according to the developers, sipping water through the fist cured 92% of hiccup attacks. It's available for purchase. 14 bucks for a plastic straw. It's not a straw, though. It's got it's like, uh, it's got some contraptions on it. Got a little plastic valve at one end. That's all it's got. It's the fist. Just hold your ears. Plug your ears and drink a glass of water. That doesn't know that doesn't do it. You've got to go upside down, Bend over the waist upside down and swallow a little bit of water in your mouth. Then hold your breath for 30 seconds. And think of cows that works every time a little bit of sugar, right? Sugar sugar. I heard a little bit sugar spoonful of sugar makes.

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"fifth force" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

05:45 min | 2 months ago

"fifth force" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"Jordan harbinger show. You mentioned white holes before. I didn't plan on going there but the black hole suck everything in. That's but that's my lay understanding of that. So white whole blast everything out as from inside exactly. Let's say. I have two sheets of paper that are parallel to universes. But i can create a wormhole that connects these two. So that if i fall into one universe that's it called a black hole i be spewed out the other universe and that is called the white hole now who invented this bizarre idea einstein himself in nineteen thirty five. He writes his pathbreaking paper. When it's now called the einstein rosen bridge in fact. I was watching some marvel comics. Marvel comics adopt this nomenclature. This gateway between universes is the einstein rosen. It is a worm hall. Now you see this. All your life. Alice's wonderland was written by a mathematician. Charles dodson writing under the pseudonym lewis carroll and the looking glass is the wormhole a gateway between two universes so when you fall into like in a black hole. Perhaps we're not sure. Perhaps you're blown up the other end on a white hole and so this is something that we physicists. Have looked at very carefully. Stephen hawking even concluded that such a solution is possible. Of course you would take a very advanced civilization to do it. But yeah seen harking said that well time travel could be difficult but wormhole travel. That is going faster than the speed of light is consistent with modern physics. I wonder i guess we probably have no idea that if you get sucked through a black hole and you end up on the other side and another universe you don't end up in the same place ray. If i'm in san jose california do i end up in the san jose california another universe or am i just in the middle of nowhere. We don't know right. Well it is possible that the universe can curve around back on his. So if i have a universe here and a universe there a wormhole opens up connecting these two. Then you're right. This is for example time machine. You go into here and you wind up on the other sheet of paper in a different time and so it was einstein himself by the way who wrote about time travel. Many people don't realize that general letitia he does have time travel solutions in it but we don't know if they're stable or not season hockey looked at it and thought that they were not stable. That is as soon as you enter a time machine. It would probably explode well. We're not sure there's still some debate about that question. But it is a solution of science equations. You go into a time machine and you come back before you left. I mean that's cool. Everybody should love that right. I mean there's no that's incredible by the that's literally the definition right of incredible just unbelievable in so many ways but also would be no wonder. You're so excited about this. I mean we're pushing the boundaries of common sense right and you know it. Time travel of course presents problems of paradoxes. Like you go backwards in time and kill your grandparents before you were born. How can you be born if he just killed your grandparents before you were born or you commit suicide in the past. How can you be alive if he does killed yourself in the past. Not only that but robert heinlein showed that you can be your own mother. Your father your child if time travel is possible. Here's how it works really briefly. Let's see this a transgender woman who gets pregnant and gives birth to a baby but then later in life decides to switch from a woman to a man he now goes backwards in time meets himself as a young girl makes love to himself in the past and has a baby so in other words if time travel is possible you could be your own mother and your own father. So there's all these bizarre paradoxes. You can make if time travel is possible. That is bizarre. And there's a lot of it's either. The plot of a horror movie are just the most brilliant thing i mean. There's a lot of roads that can go down. Many many worlds as a result of that line of thought is finding out whether or not string theory is is accurate. This is it the lack of technology that stopping us is it a lack of data or is it something that how do we prove that it's right and then you know full. Stop or not possible. Well first of all for those people listening to this program if they ever figure out the whole all. The details of the guide equation. What should you do. I you should tell me i yet. And then of course. We'll split the nobel prize money together. You and me okay. Yeah but realized that there are ways to test this theory two weeks ago outside chicago we have fermilab gigantic particle accelerator and they found that the muniz on a higher version of an electron was behaving magnetically different than the theory. Senate should so right now. We have something called the standard model. It does seem to govern the behavior of subatomic particles but it is ugly does not contain gravity at all and is ugly as sin. So why should mother. Nature at the fundamental level create. This bizarre theory called the standard model so many particles that it's so ugly only a mother can love it well we found the first deviation two weeks ago this is big news making the headlines and at least in physics journals it could mean that there's a higher theory out there that the four forces have to be joined with the fifth force. There's a hidden forest there as predicted by string..

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"fifth force" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

04:42 min | 4 months ago

"fifth force" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"To killing people. That's that's your lane. That's what you guys do okay. But when it comes to having an opinion about this Whatever happened to this whole government of the people thing you know. Oh all the sudden people. Your opinion doesn't really matter because this person has served more than you have by the way if you wanna even like i was saying before. This logic is ridiculous. The idea that somebody can't have an opinion on something because they've never been a part of it. I mean it's it's so absurd. It's like you know i really. I think the crips are a really brutal gang in their killing. All these people well. Have you ever been okay. Well until well. I've been equipped for ten years. So let me tell you something. You've you have zero days of being a gang banger. So you're going to criticize gang bangers now okay whose opinion is really worth more here. And so it's it's just like i don't know what to say the most idiotic logic you could imagine three days earlier. This guy was at a meeting going. Wait a second. you're putting pregnant bitches up in my airplanes. Well that's the funny thing about all these fucking these guys like all of these you know like the raytheon and the pentagon and the cia pretending. They're woke. These are the most like fucking chauvinistic organizations imaginable By the way the military You know for all the they can come down. Carlson for sensitive comments here the military's gotta pretty big rape problem by the way that never really came up in the whole metoo movement or any of that shit but oh yeah they'll get a huge fucking rate problem. Go look at the number of women who report being sexually assaulted during their service in the military. Oh yeah and what do they do with them. What do they do with them when they come forward. Oh well you gotta go bring that you know. You can't bring that to a court. That bill that al franken was trying to push failed. No you gotta bring that to your Direct superior. Even if he is the one who did it is still gotta bring it on over to him but yeah no no no. It's all about woke shirt and inclusivity and all this bullshit but anyway so but even if you wanted to go by their dumb ass argument that well. I want to listen to people who have actually served. Those are the opinions that matter. That are more important okay. What percentage of active duty military want us to pull out of iraq. What percentage of them wanted to afghanistan. Oh yes super majorities. But of course that that opinion it never gets applied to that. You know what i mean like. That never never goes like. Oh you know In two thousand twelve the active duty military gave more money to ron paul than every other republican candidate combined when the opinion of the military people who have actually served doesn't favor the military industrial complex. Then we don't really have to focus on on their opinion too much then. Then then this whole argument goes out the window Anyway let's play some more from the person with more experience than us combat operations at sea and in garrison and so he was talking specifically about pregnant women in the armed forces today and how it makes us less less lethal and less fit and less ready. Let me tell you where he's wrong. Those decisions were made by medical professionals by commanders in our civilian leadership that allows for women to have more time with their children to recuperate to get fit and ready to take that time. That's necessary our medical professionals know is needed actually makes us a more lethal and ready and fifth force ready to fight the wars of today in the wars of tomorrow the bottom line is that we value women in our in our armed forces. We value the those that have served in the past. We value those that have served today. We value our families in the military. I want to say. God bless everyone that is serving today. God bless the women that are serving today. God bless the men and women that are serving. Today god bless our country our partners and our allies. Let's get back to work. Let's remember that those opinions were made by an individual who has never served a day in his life. Let's remember at all about drama. Tv god bless america. Semper fidelis so i. I will say i think aside from just being stupid. But what's really chilling is just how wildly inappropriate it is for a representative of the marines to come out and just say oh by the way this this opinion that a political commentator gave is a bad opinion. It doesn't it doesn't count because he hasn't had service and that's just bullshit drama tv okay. It's not exactly them coming out and like saying you don't have a right to to say that but it's it. It seems like something out of an authoritarian regime. You know because we kind of are one. Hey.

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"fifth force" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

01:38 min | 7 months ago

"fifth force" Discussed on Power 106 FM

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Could There Be a Fifth Fundamental Force?

BrainStuff

06:38 min | 1 year ago

Could There Be a Fifth Fundamental Force?

"The four fundamental forces are the most important quartet in science so far is anyone's been able to prove the universe is governed by these forces forces gravity electromagnetism the strong force and the weak force. But maybe this foursome isn't alone in two thousand fifteen. A Hungarian and team led by physicist Attila. Credit Hawkeye reportedly discovered new evidence for a fifth fundamental force. Something previously unknown to science. The the group uploaded another paper about the subject to archive a research database in October of two thousand nineteen while many scientists are skeptical about these findings. The research search does give us an occasion to talk about the major forces that we all take for granted the Fab four fundamental forces are irreducible meaning. They can't be broken down into other more basic forces. These are the core phenomena behind every other known type of physical interaction. For example friction tension and elasticity busy are all derived from electromagnetism. And what's that you ask. ELECTROMAGNETISM is a force that affects all positively and negatively charged particles articles those with opposite charges attract while ones carrying like charges. Repel each other. Not only does this principle. Keep magnets on your fridge. But it's also the reason why solid solid objects are able to retain their shapes compared with electromagnetism. Gravity is rather weak surprisingly enough. It's actually the weakest of the four fundamentals including including the so-called weak force. We'll get to that one in a bit. A gravity is the attraction of any two objects in the universe to another moons. Dust motes coyotes. Whatever ever everything exerts gravity on every other thing but at least one of the things in question has to be pretty massive in order for it to make much of a difference? That's why we you don't have dust mites orbiting our heads like asteroids and why we don't fall into orbit of coyotes when we encounter them but let's turn to the appropriately named strong force course. This is what hold Tomic nucleus together. Even in spite of their charged protons which are constantly trying to escape and last but not least. There's the Weak Force Aka. The weak interaction. This one is the hardest to explain and honestly I'm not an expert here but it's the force by which which subatomic particles can transform by decaying into different particles by losing boasts on which disintegrates into positron and or neutrinos this week force force fuel certain kinds of radioactive decay which means it's responsible for everything from medical imaging to the radiometric dating that researchers use to determine the ages of fossils thousand artifacts to the nuclear fission that occurs in the sun. So kind of a big deal. Scientists have a theory that nicely describes three of those forces known these standard model of physics. It's made up of various measurements and mathematical formulas. It also breaks down. Elementary particles into categories is an subcategories. We spoke by email with mit physicist. Richard Milner he explained. The Standard Model of physics is the present framework for describing describing the subatomic world at all energies. It was developed post World War to end. I count at Least Eighteen Nobel prizes in physics since nineteen fifty that have been awarded for contributions tribulations to its development alike all good theories. The Standard Model has accurately predicted numerous scientific breakthroughs including the discovery of the elusive higgs. Boson particle back in two thousand twelve yet. It doesn't answer every question. The Standard Model offers no explanation for gravity and it hasn't brought scientists any closer to understanding dark matter a mysterious ingredient that makes up about twenty seven percent of our universe. Here's where crossing a Hawkeye and company. Come in during a twenty fifteen experiment at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences Institute for Nuclear Research They watched excited brilliant eight atoms decay inside a particle Michael Accelerator normally this process releases light which is later converted into electrons and positron are a type of Subatomic particle with a positive charge. And sure enough. That's what happened but then things got interesting. Normally brilliant eight decays predictable fashion yet. A weirdly Lee high number of these electrons and positron repelled each other at a one hundred and forty degree angle to explain the surplus crasner. Hawkeye's team argued that a never before seen particle had been formed as the atoms decayed by their calculations this theoretical subatomic body would have a massive around seventeen million electron-volts on volts. They went ahead and named the x seventeen particle and now ex seventeen is again making the news. Recently the same Hungarian Carrion scientists detected an anomaly indicates samples of helium four according to their archive paper. An unforeseen surplus of positron and electrons were released. Possibly because another seventeen particle was created. If this mystery particle exists. It might be something very special. Maybe just maybe it's a newfound carrier boasts on both sides are spinning particles that probably lack internal structure their known to carry forces making them an integral part of the standard model under the standard model. Milner Explains Forces take place by exchange of the carrier Bussan's between other subatomic particles articles. It's said each of the four fundamental forces has its own corresponding boasts on the one that transports gravity hasn't been found yet but the carrier bones associated it was strong force. Weak force electromagnetism are well documented. Presumably at seventeen would be the Kargbo sound for a fifth fundamental force that we never knew existed listed and perhaps said force is somehow related to dark matter but or getting ahead of ourselves. There's no hard proof that x seventeen exists. It's in the first place. The European Organization for Nuclear Research better known as sern has yet to find any trace of the particle and the new archive paper is still awaiting peer review and replication from other scientists milner and his colleagues have devised a proposal to try to generate seventeen particles in a scattering experiment at the Thomas. Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility in Newport News Virginia at present the standard model does account for any new fundamental forces. So if the x seventeen and the fifth force that allegedly carries a real we'll have to modify the good old standard model at any rate. It's clear the Potomac world is still rife with

Could There Be a Fifth Fundamental Force?

BrainStuff

06:38 min | 1 year ago

Could There Be a Fifth Fundamental Force?

"The four fundamental forces are the most important quartet in science so far is anyone's been able to prove the universe is governed by these forces forces gravity electromagnetism the strong force and the weak force. But maybe this foursome isn't alone in two thousand fifteen. A Hungarian and team led by physicist Attila. Credit Hawkeye reportedly discovered new evidence for a fifth fundamental force. Something previously unknown to science. The the group uploaded another paper about the subject to archive a research database in October of two thousand nineteen while many scientists are skeptical about these findings. The research search does give us an occasion to talk about the major forces that we all take for granted the Fab four fundamental forces are irreducible meaning. They can't be broken down into other more basic forces. These are the core phenomena behind every other known type of physical interaction. For example friction tension and elasticity busy are all derived from electromagnetism. And what's that you ask. ELECTROMAGNETISM is a force that affects all positively and negatively charged particles articles those with opposite charges attract while ones carrying like charges. Repel each other. Not only does this principle. Keep magnets on your fridge. But it's also the reason why solid solid objects are able to retain their shapes compared with electromagnetism. Gravity is rather weak surprisingly enough. It's actually the weakest of the four fundamentals including including the so-called weak force. We'll get to that one in a bit. A gravity is the attraction of any two objects in the universe to another moons. Dust motes coyotes. Whatever ever everything exerts gravity on every other thing but at least one of the things in question has to be pretty massive in order for it to make much of a difference? That's why we you don't have dust mites orbiting our heads like asteroids and why we don't fall into orbit of coyotes when we encounter them but let's turn to the appropriately named strong force course. This is what hold Tomic nucleus together. Even in spite of their charged protons which are constantly trying to escape and last but not least. There's the Weak Force Aka. The weak interaction. This one is the hardest to explain and honestly I'm not an expert here but it's the force by which which subatomic particles can transform by decaying into different particles by losing boasts on which disintegrates into positron and or neutrinos this week force force fuel certain kinds of radioactive decay which means it's responsible for everything from medical imaging to the radiometric dating that researchers use to determine the ages of fossils thousand artifacts to the nuclear fission that occurs in the sun. So kind of a big deal. Scientists have a theory that nicely describes three of those forces known these standard model of physics. It's made up of various measurements and mathematical formulas. It also breaks down. Elementary particles into categories is an subcategories. We spoke by email with mit physicist. Richard Milner he explained. The Standard Model of physics is the present framework for describing describing the subatomic world at all energies. It was developed post World War to end. I count at Least Eighteen Nobel prizes in physics since nineteen fifty that have been awarded for contributions tribulations to its development alike all good theories. The Standard Model has accurately predicted numerous scientific breakthroughs including the discovery of the elusive higgs. Boson particle back in two thousand twelve yet. It doesn't answer every question. The Standard Model offers no explanation for gravity and it hasn't brought scientists any closer to understanding dark matter a mysterious ingredient that makes up about twenty seven percent of our universe. Here's where crossing a Hawkeye and company. Come in during a twenty fifteen experiment at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences Institute for Nuclear Research They watched excited brilliant eight atoms decay inside a particle Michael Accelerator normally this process releases light which is later converted into electrons and positron are a type of Subatomic particle with a positive charge. And sure enough. That's what happened but then things got interesting. Normally brilliant eight decays predictable fashion yet. A weirdly Lee high number of these electrons and positron repelled each other at a one hundred and forty degree angle to explain the surplus crasner. Hawkeye's team argued that a never before seen particle had been formed as the atoms decayed by their calculations this theoretical subatomic body would have a massive around seventeen million electron-volts on volts. They went ahead and named the x seventeen particle and now ex seventeen is again making the news. Recently the same Hungarian Carrion scientists detected an anomaly indicates samples of helium four according to their archive paper. An unforeseen surplus of positron and electrons were released. Possibly because another seventeen particle was created. If this mystery particle exists. It might be something very special. Maybe just maybe it's a newfound carrier boasts on both sides are spinning particles that probably lack internal structure their known to carry forces making them an integral part of the standard model under the standard model. Milner Explains Forces take place by exchange of the carrier Bussan's between other subatomic particles articles. It's said each of the four fundamental forces has its own corresponding boasts on the one that transports gravity hasn't been found yet but the carrier bones associated it was strong force. Weak force electromagnetism are well documented. Presumably at seventeen would be the Kargbo sound for a fifth fundamental force that we never knew existed listed and perhaps said force is somehow related to dark matter but or getting ahead of ourselves. There's no hard proof that x seventeen exists. It's in the first place. The European Organization for Nuclear Research better known as sern has yet to find any trace of the particle and the new archive paper is still awaiting peer review and replication from other scientists milner and his colleagues have devised a proposal to try to generate seventeen particles in a scattering experiment at the Thomas. Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility in Newport News Virginia at present the standard model does account for any new fundamental forces. So if the x seventeen and the fifth force that allegedly carries a real we'll have to modify the good old standard model at any rate. It's clear the Potomac world is still rife with

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"fifth force" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"fifth force" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"The forty-ninth launch of appear Soviet rocket it was also the seventy fourth launched which from the space centre this month. Strand Sky Telescope magazine celebrates celebrates the birth one hundred years ago of one of the great unsung heroes of astronomy astrophysicist. Eleanor Margaret Verbiage. Who was born on August the Twelfth Nineteen nineteen joining us now with all? The details is the magazine's editor Jonathan Alley. We pay tribute to an astronomer. Who turned one hundred years old this year? And it's still going strong now. You've probably never heard of this. I get this astronomer is credited with working out one of the most fundamental things about astrophysics. And that's how the chemical elements made inside the soup cores of stars I'm talking about a cold. Margaret Booby an incredible woman. Who forged really still a career a pun intended at a time when women were often actively it prevented from participating in science sometimes even have to get a husband Jeff? He was also an astronomer to apply for Tom at observatories for them both so that she could get to work there while he was off doing his own thing. She would be in the observed during the work unless story is really quite amazing. You know she began her career in World War Two just as well to ninety nine thirty nine often working alone at night in observatories with bombs. Going off the A by. That's how amazing you know straight after World War. Two as a freshly minted Strana she would give practical. Astronomy talks talks and lectures and things to undergraduate students. One of whom went on to become one of the world's most famous fictional of his client and she and her husband formed a scientific team with two other astronomers gone cold really Fowler and a very famous man some would say a renegade astronomer Fred Hoyle and the four of them to get a published an amazing seminal scientific type A hundred and eight eight pages long about how the chemical elements made inside. Start showing that we all made of stuff that's really heavy elements from. She went on to become director of the Royal Greenwich Pitches Observatory. She was president. The American astronaut Michael Society Two of the most prestigious roles you can get in astronomy yet when the Nobel Prize Physics Cam around in Nineteen ninety-three it was given to one of the four Willy Fowler but Margaret Bijan husband and Fred. Hoyle weren't even mentioned sexism. Who knows probably has a lot of that during her life She faced moving fisher. Sheriff though but I really stoically pressed on science. Really hasn't been good to female scientists over the years has wasn't all that long ago when women were allowed to go to university and study signs Absolutely right and even when they were it wasn't too long ago matter of few decades ago when say you were or a young female scientist And then you got married and you were expected to resign and that wasn't just that was just all across the society. What do you think think about the contribution limit of made science? We wouldn't know about the the different spectral types of stars that we have if it wasn't for the work done by females astronomers. Yeah the the famous had computers. Yeah Yeah There there are so many of them so they're just endless number of women. Who are there were denied the opportunity to really flourish in science or who did do amazing scientific work and weren't really recognized anyway? Margaret Verbiage is an amazing example. Hundred Years he's old vets. Jonathan Alley the editor of Strand Sky. Until let's go magazine and you're listening to space time. I'm Stewart Gary. Hello and.

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"fifth force" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

10:48 min | 1 year ago

"fifth force" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"Four broadcast on the sixth of December twentieth nineteen coming up on Space Time have scientists that take that a mysterious his fifth force in nature. A record setting x ray burst and rewriting the text books on the origins of globular clusters all that and more coming APP on space time. Welcome to space. Time tweets Juliet Gary. Scientists with certain European Organization for Nuclear Research are investigating fresh claims of the detection of an unknown particle. Oh that could be a carrier for Fifth Force Nature Back in two thousand fifteen a team of scientists led by Tila Kronos Gi from atomic instituting. Hungary spotted an an unexpected glitch or anomaly. Nuclear transition which could be explained by the production of an unknown particle about a year later theorists suggested that this new particle if it exists could be evidence of a new fundamental force in nature. The Standard Model of Particle Physics Very Foundation Stanford Understanding of the universe currently lists four fundamental forces. visit a strong and weak nuclear forces which are mediated by glue on's and W and Z Bozon's there's electromagnetism magnetism which is mediated by the Photon and there's gravity which if it really is a force rather than just an effective mass on space time would be mediated by the yet to be found graviton the characteristics of this hypothetical fifth force with depend on the theory being advanced many postulating force roughly the strength of gravity eighty which is much weaker than electromagnetism nuclear forces with a range of anywhere from less than a millimeter up to cosmological scales. Another proposal is for a new week. Nuclear of course again mediated by Winz. Bozon's the suggestion of a possible fifth force sparked at a research for the mediating particle by the sixty four collaboration elaborations at Sun. However despite exhaustive efforts they were unable to find any trace of the particle now and you pay by the same on Gary and team as reported accorded yet another anomaly in a similar nuclear transition that could also be explained by the same hypothetical particle? I normally was seen in a transition of beryllium eight nuclei. Okay I his transition emits a high energy virtual Photon which transforms into an electron and a positron the antimatter counterpart to the electron examining the number. We're of electron positron pairs at different angles of separation. Let the research is to find an unexpected surplus of pairs at a separation angle of about one hundred and forty degrees now that contradicts existing policies which predicted the number of pysche should decrease with increasing separation angle. The gimme and team reason that this excess could be interpreted by the production of a new particle with a mess around seventeen mega electoral votes which they named the exhibiting particle and which would transform into an electron positron pair. The new anomaly also arises from an excess of electron positron pairs but this time the XS from a transition of helium four nuclei in this case the X. occurs at an Nagla one hundred and fifteen degrees and could also be interpreted by the production of a particle with a massive about seventeen mega electron volts importantly it lends support to the observations and it strengthens the idea of a possible new elementary particle scientists with the sixty. Four collaboration. Say That wally anomalies could be judo. Completely Mu Particle that could also be just as likely caused by some sort of experimental nuclear physics effect to test the hypothesis that the families are indeed caused by new Particle Bertha the detailed theoretical analysis of the compatibility between the beryllium eight and the helium for results as well as independent experimental confirmation would be critical. The sixty sixty four. Collaboration has been searching for the seventeen particle by firing Obame of tens of billions of electrons from the super synchrotron accelerator onto a fixed target if the teen paddock with does exist interactions between the electrons. And the Nikolay I target shooting at least on some occasions produced this particle which were then transform into an electron trumpy trump pair. The problem is the collaboration has so far found no indication that such events taking place but it's data sets allow them to exclude part of the possible values. I use the strength of the interaction between seventeen and electron so the tape. Upgrading that a ticket for the next round of searches which are expected to be family challenging among other experiments that could also have the seventeen indirect searches is the eight C B experiment. One of four pack of tickets around the large Hadron collider the world's largest largest atom smasher by Twenty Twenty three the CB experiment should be able to make a definitive measurement to either confirm or refute the interpretation of the anomalies as arising. I'm from new. Fundamental Particle in the meantime experiments such as a sixty four can continue to chip away at the possible values of the hypothetical particles properties with every new analysis bringing with it the possibility of a new discovery. You're listening to space time still to come a record sitting x ray burst and rewriting the text ex books on the origins of globular classes. All that and much more still to come on space-time instruments for the International Space Station of detector they brought us ever x ray burst nashes neutron star Interior composition explorer or nice telescope picked up the sudden spike of x Rays on August the twentieth. The burst reported in the astro-physical journ lettuce was caused by a massive thermonuclear explosion. Version on the surface of a neutron star pulsa that had exploded long ago Supernova. The X ray burst the brightest seen by nicer so far came from an object object and SAS J. Eighty eight point four minus thirty six fifty eight. The observations reveal many phenomena that had never been seen together in a single burst before four even more puzzling. The siding fiber briefly Bryden again for reasons. Astronomers Canyon explain payable from this got out space flight center in Greenbelt Maryland. Brillant says the burst exhibited a two step change in brightness which he thinks was caused by the ejection of separate layers from the surface. The explosion which is tournaments classify defies a type. One X ray burst released as much energy in twenty seconds as the sun does nearly ten years that details that nicer captured on this record. Setting eruption option will help astronomers fine tune their understandings of the physical processes driving these thermonuclear flare ups. Pulsa is a rapidly spinning neutron star the compact core lift behind when a massive star runs out of fuel collapses under its own weight and explodes. Pulse spin extremely rapidly. And can host x Ray emitting hot spots spots at magnetic poles that'd be a pulse of the magnetic pole isn't a line with spin axis so as the object spins. It sweeps the hot spots across our line of sight. What sort of like a lighthouse beam? But using regular pulses of high energy radiation this particular pulsar. Which is located around eleven thousand light years away in the Constellation Secretaries Spinney at a dizzying four hundred and one rotations per second? And he's part of a binary star system it's companion is a brown dwarf. Brown boobs are amazing. Objects they fill the gaps between the smallest stars and the largest planet in fact the largest planet now Solar System Jupiter was about thirteen lean times larger than it is. It would be brown wolf and the dividing line between the smallest is spectral type. M Red Dwarfs and Brown wolves is very fuzzy. In fact many objects start their lives. Red Dwarfs end up becoming brown dwarfs wants to have enough mass now the system. We're looking at a steady stream of hydrogen. Gas is flying from the companion brown off towards the Neutron Star. And it accumulates in the vast storage stretch according accretion disk gas in the accretion disk doesn't doesn't move inwards very easily but every few years discs around pulsars like this becomes so dense that alleged man of the gas becomes ionized stripped of its electrons. And that makes it more difficult for light to move through the disk and this trip energy then starts a runaway process of heating and is Asian the traps even more energy to gas. It's become more resistant to flow. And Stott spiralling inwards ultimately falling onto the pulsar hydrogen. Raining down onto the pulsar surface forms. A hot ever-deepening opening global see at the base of this lay temperatures and precious continued to gradually increase eventually. Hydrogen Nuclei fuse to form helium nuclei which produces energy the same process that works in the core of a star. Meanwhile this helium settles out and builds up a layer of its own once the hilly Malays if few meters thick that conditions allow the helium to fuse into heavier elements such as carbon. This causes the helium to erupt. Explosively unleashing thermonuclear fiber across the the entire pulsa surface. Astronomers employees concept called the Eddington limit named after the English astrophysicist are Addington described the maximum radiation intensity stock and have the for that radiation causes the Seattle expand. Now exactly where this point is depend strongly on the composition of the material line directly above the emission source. And in the case of Al Pulsa. The authors are apparently seeing the Eddington limit of two different compositions in the same x ray burst as the birth started. The nicer data showed shared. It's x Ray Brightness. Live with off almost the second before increasing again at a slow pace. The authors interpret this so-called stole as the very moment when the energy of the blast build up enough to blow the pulse. Hydrogen layer into space fibers continue to boot up for another two seconds before reaching its peak and blowing off the more massive helium Liam layer to helium expanded faster overtaking. The hydrogen lay before could dissipate and then slowed stopped and several back down on the pulsa surface surface following this phase. The pulse are briefly bright to gain by roughly twenty percent for reasons team yet fully understand. During the pulsar's reason round of activity nicer detected another much fainter x ray bursts that displayed none of the key features observed in the August twenty event. In addition to detecting the expansion of different print layers Nazis observations of the blast also revealed xrays reflecting off the creation disk and they record the flickering burst solutions x Ray signals that rise and four the pulsar's spin frequency which occur at different surface locations compared to the hotspots responsible for its normal X. Ray Pulses this report from this TV on.

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"fifth force" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

08:28 min | 1 year ago

"fifth force" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

"Gossip gossip. There is physics gossip and you know there's people who have now retired. I think passed away. who used the same facilities and made a lot of claims about new particles thought they discovered which then sorta went away and are no longer part of this team of course because they've passed on but it sort of lingers the questions linger linger about whether results from this facility can really be trusted? I I like to see that. TV show gossip girl for for physics. And you know in the end. The results L. speak for themselves. Either you believe them or you don't and and importantly nobody has found a flaw in their work. People have combed through the details. Nobody's found mistake and also people glove worked really hard to try to explain the results using just standard physics using the four forces. We know and nobody's been able to so it's either a very subtle mistake or it's real. Will you kind of saying that. It's suspect but if it's a hoax it's a really good hoax. I'm not saying it's a hoax. Hoax implies these Berkshire tricking us. I think they're doing honest work. Oh I see right but if it's a mistake it's a really will hit a mistake if a mistake or not. No and it's really easy to make subtle mistakes. These detectors only see a fraction of the events. And so you have to make some assumptions about the ones you missed and it's very easy to introduce biases. We have lots of examples in particle folklore's for example where we see bumps in data and we think. Oh my gosh. Maybe this new particle and it turns out came from a complicated series of of influences from this that me. Other which produce use a bump in your data so it's easy to produce falls bumps and so what you really just need totally independent crosscheck and you need that for any group right even if this was a very very well respected group from Harvard. You definitely need independent confirmation before you believe it all right. Well let's get into the details a little bit. I think we have time and talk to the idea that Jonathan proposed or that does group proposed at the same time. was that like. This is a new particle that we're seeing. Maybe this particle has has a new force of nature attached to it. Yeah and that's really sort of just interpretation. All we know is if this particle is real. It decays into an electron positron pair. And that means that it has to have integer spin because the electrons and positron are been half as they have to add up to either spin zero or it's been one or whatever but integer spin and that's the kind of particle we call a Bozon Bozon's have integer spin into this. Looks like it's a bose aunt that's right into the most conservative conservative thing you could say is if this is real. It's a new Bozon is a fulltime. Bussan a Photon Isabelle's on the W Z. Luanne all these particles are our bones. Every bows on we know of is associated with the force Photon carries electromagnetism. The W and Z carry the weak force glue on carry the strong force. If gravity is a quantum force it would have gravitons which is a bose on so this there's this association between bones and forces okay and you think so you you sort of know it's because of the spin but do you think it might be a new bose because it it ways differently than all the other Bozon's you know about precisely but I think there's some disagreement in the physics community about whether every new bows on has to be a force for example we discovered a new bows on a few years ago ago. The Higgs Boson is the Higgs Boson represent a new fundamental force of nature. Some theorists say yes some say no because the higgs bows on also doesn't just this fall out of requiring what we call a local gauge symmetry which is fancy jargon for having a certain kind of math but how do you know it's not just a a w bows on that ways differently gently or like a a bose on a boy that ate too much for for lunch. This is much much lighter right. The W Bozen is about let me do some math Some four thousand times heavier than this new x particle so has to be a w bozon on a strict diet like intermittent fasting. WBZ'S KIP lunch. Well that's a good question. Do you also call that in a different. Like like w bows on that weighs less would still be a new Boza. A debate on that weighs less would still be an anew goes on like we are looking right now for new versions of the W that have different masses that would be a different particle because the mass of the particle really shapes. It's identities part of what we call a particle anti like finding a heavier version of the electron that would be a new particle. It's who they are is who who they are And so there's not an agreement about whether every bows on really represents a new force or not even if you find a heavier w Boza. That doesn't mean there's a new Flores horace it just means you found a heavier WSA. That's right but of course it sounds cooler to discover a new force than a new particle as I think. That's why some people describing the media's like doc discovery of a new force of nature sounds sexier it a focus group to better than discover new particle of nature. You get more clicks. If you say we've found any forests than you say as you say we find a new bows on. TRY TO SKIP lunch. That's right but it could be could be that there is a new fundamental force out there and this bozen carries that force and that this the first piece of evidence for discovery of this new particle which is the clue to the new force which tells us something about the way. The universe works L.. I think you would get a lot steve. You wrote the headline as you will believe what this does on Ebay. That's right but you know there's also competing forces here because because physicists are trying to discover new forces were also trying to get rid of forces. In one of our goals is to describe all the forces in terms of one mathematical structure likely combined electricity and magnetism into electromagnetism and then with the weak force into the electro week we'd love to find the grain unified force that encapsulates everything everything so on one hand we want to find more forces and on the other hand we wanna sort of shoehorn them together into one framework. It's like when you're trying to clean up your kid's room and you got everything everything sorted in the closet and then it comes up and says look I've found this towing your great well. It's sort of like when you're trying to solve Jigsaw Hustle. I you want to get all the pieces and categorize them and then you WanNa see. They fit together into one nice picture. But you can't do that if you don't have all the pieces and so we desperately want to figure got. Are there other pieces out there that were missing because we know there's a lot about the universe we haven't understood when you get a headline like this year both kind of excited but also like you grown a little bit like. Oh that means. We're behind but Hayes in an exciting that we're behind we're always behind. Is this a schedule for discoveries discoveries of the universe. We're never going to understand everything behind. I want my jet packs yesterday. We are always going to be behind. It's always exciting to hear about more physics to understand all right. Well it sounds like the answer. Here is stay tuned. Sounds like Maybe they found something amazing sing. Or maybe they found something. But it's it's not that revolutionary. Or maybe they. Maybe they didn't find anything. Maybe it's just something that The that that people are overlooking Yup stay tuned for independent confirmation till we get that he released just put a pin in it and think about it as a cool result that maybe we'll understand one day right until then we still only have three and a half fundamental forces three point seven five. That's my final offer. That's making three point six. And then we can in this podcast done especially after we ACCOUNTA- lawyer's fees on the forces. Are I well. Hopefully that answered people's curiosity and questions about this headline I came over the weekend. Yes Oh thanks for sending in your questions if you see something in the science news that you don't understand please send it to us at questions at dangling in Hor. Hey Dot com. We'll break it down for you and remember Daniel answers twitter and email but he doesn't answer instagram instill. What instead off? You know what the kids are easy. Answer Tick Tock de do. I don't know what that is but I definitely do it while the kids are doing. I mean I'll put a lab coat on and make one of those ticker Tucker's all right We hope you enjoyed that and see you next time. Thanks for tuning in and thanks for letting us for.

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"fifth force" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

09:31 min | 1 year ago

"fifth force" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

"Like an irregular regular atom decaying suddenly. There's this weird new kind of particle coming out. Yeah that's precisely what they're suggesting and remember that to be consistent. Listen with everything else we've ever seen. You'd have to be pretty several if this was happening. A lot or shooting out some really powerful raise tapping really often than we would have noticed already. We studied atomic nuclei in great detail. We have a pretty good understanding of how this works. So for this to evade all other previous experiments it have to be pretty subtle not something in particular to the beryllium or the lithium. It's just something that nobody that had flown under people's reader is not like these They were taking like super exotic matter and doing experiment with experimented with and they found something. It's like they were doing something. Pretty what sounds pretty regular bler. Run of the mill physics. Yeah and what they did last weekend. This new result that just came out is that they reproduced the same results using helium William so instead of beryllium they excited helium to a new state and when they saw a decay. They found a few of these examples of this ex- particle that look just like in the beryllium really MD case like helium. Helium balloons have some sort of secret particles in them. But you know if it's real and it's actually they're just turning inning into electrons and positive ions and you can't tell the difference so if this thing is real and then yet could be happening around us all the time but it wouldn't make much difference to your world. I mean the world with four forces or five forces doesn't look very different to you. And what did they say in the paper. Are they just saying like hey we looked better than everybody else else and so we founded or are they saying you know. Nobody's looked in this range before or are they saying this is an interaction like a reaction that not had studied closely before to see it when nobody else has ever seen this before. Only this one group from Hungary has seen as before now other people. I'll have done nuclear physics experiments. Other people have looked beryllium. Other people have looked a helium. Nobody's ever seen this before. Now when they put out the paper in two thousand sixteen. Nobody really paid attention. They were like Whatever interesting but it's sort of in conflict with other results because nobody's ever seen this before but then a group of theorists he's here at UC Irvine? Actually Jonathan Phang intimidate. They read this paper and I thought that's interesting. Can we find a way to explain this result in terms terms of new particle. That also doesn't break all the other results that we've seen. Can we find a reason. Why all those other experiments wouldn't have seen this particle yet? They looked at it and Jonathan's a friend of ours rate. We your friend of Jonathan and I've met Jonathan. He's been in our videos that we've made for you to before which is allow us like. I saw the article article and then I saw his name is a would guy because it was his paper that got this group a lot of attention they publish paper. Nobody really paid attention. But then Jonathan showed there result could be consistent with a new particle and also be consistent with all the other experiments essentially. Jonathan found a way to explain away all the other results. Because all the other experiments have slightly different configurations or use a different energy range or different kind of particle a different kind of detector. SA- Jonathan found a theory that explained his new result old and also is consistent with everything we've seen before and that is what made it exciting. I feel like that's really gutsy. You know like if you read a paper with a crazy idea that I probably clearly sounds like they just made a mistake to be like nope. I'm going to sit down and I'm going to double down and find theory that might explain this weird circumstance. Yeah I think it actually sort of went the opposite direction. They were like well. Here's a crazy result. It's ruled out by all these other experiments right. Let's do the calculation. Let's estimate let's see if these other experiments actually are in conflict with this one or if we can find a way to wiggle this one out I think it started as an exercise and then they realized Hon. There really is an opening opening there. There's a way that you can explain this new result that doesn't conflict with the other ones and that's when they got excited you mean. Kind of Jonathan was sitting on a Sunday. And he's like I can do the crossword puzzle today or I could just You know pass them time working out semi quesions for this experiment. I don't know I think it was an exercise. At the time he was working with his post. Doc Flip Neto. WHO's also a friend of ours on the podcast and is now a professor at UC Riverside and they were just sort of working through this as an exercise and then discovered hape? Hey maybe this overlooked piece of evidence from Hungary is actually evidence for a new force of nature. That was an exciting moment for them interesting too. If he hadn't done that then people might just ignore this experiment. Yeah Yeah I think so. I think it was the attention of this. Frankly World Class Group of theorists and is reasonable the argument for how it might be a big discovery that pointed the world's scientific attention to this group in Hungary. All right well. We'll have to ask Jonathan over a beer or something. How he he got in a highly funded article and what made him get interested in but Yeah let's talk about the result itself whether it's significant and whether it it is actually a new force of nature but first let's take a quick break. Hi Hi this is Daniel from Daniel and hallway. Explain the universe. The future is closer than you think. And it all starts in the palm of your hand you may have heard the news. Five G. is coming but what does that really mean. How will it impact me in this new iheart series this time tomorrow presented by t immobile for business join hosts ause will Lucien and care price as they walk us through a mobile revolution? That will change the way we interact with the world around us from Um environmental science to law enforcement. Entertainment Healthcare and travel innovation is coming. Join them as they explore how. This revolution could impact your life and give you new ways to connect and engage. This time tomorrow is now available on the iheartradio APP or wherever you listen to podcasts Daniels. So have they found a a new fifteen fours or four and a half force of the universe. I would say it's way too early to tell. I mean first of all I don't I think we can even really conclusively say that. They have seen in new particle. And then there's the follow up question of if it is a new particle isn't a new force. Also so you have doubts about or you want to see more evidence about whether or not the even found anything and then there's actual deeper questions about whether it actually means there's a new force that's right. This result result only comes from one team this team in Hungary and before you really believe that a park will exist. Do you want to see it replicated by an independent team you want to see another group. It has a different setup and maybe different potential biases make the same measurements. And see the same thing I mean. If it's a real thing nature you should be able to see it more than one place. It's like when we discovered cold fusion that group in Utah other groups immediately went out to see if they could reproduce it and nobody could which is how we knew that it was bogus. This and that doesn't mean necessarily malfeasance. You know doesn't mean that they're lying to us but it's a there's a lot of ways to accidentally buys your results or introduce mistake and that's why we crosscheck things and science. So where are we now. Have people tried to replicate it or has nobody tried. And so that's why it's an open question. It doesn't sound like a super difficult experiment isn't McGee Tony. Billions of dollars for it. You don't need billions of dollars. You need some sort of particle accelerators leaders. You can get these protons up to the right energy and then you need a detector that can transform this particle into your positron-electron pair and measure it precisely and the also just need time and interest and so there are a few groups out there interested in potentially reproducing this measurement using slightly different equipment. But nobody's done it yet and until that happens happens. I don't think anybody in science is really going to take this result seriously. Well it's kind of a weird incentive right because like if I'm a physicist what's my incentive wanted to being the second guy who confirms I guys refers girls or Gals at you know what I mean like. It's like it's a weird thing to jump jump into you know if you WanNa get all the glory and if you disprove it then you would be probably wouldn't get much glory either. That's an interesting question. Anything that goes to she liked. Who would get the credit for this kind of discovery? And should it go to the Hungarian folks who go to Jonathan and those folks recognizing the importance of this should he go do a new new team. That verifies that you'd you split it three ways. I'm not sure he'd get me for having a podcast about it a mature and you know there's also a question two sort of priorities and credibility. You know everybody out. There's a lot to do. In Science. And a long list of experiments they'd love to get done and give an infinite funding sure. I'd like to you see this thing happened but you know. Is it the most important thing that these other groups can be doing with their time and also. Does anybody really believe this result on this Hungarian in group has sort of A. I mean there are whispers in hallways and physics departments about a checkered past from this group claiming discoveries which didn't pan out. Oh man.

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"fifth force" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

11:52 min | 1 year ago

"fifth force" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

"The the photon and the bones of they're all sort of act the same way or they all fit into the same mathematical box is Kinda why you think they're all the same yet. It just makes much more sense. mathematically if you put them all together in the same box and you can show that you start from a certain set of particles and they get rotated by the Higgs Boson and turn into the particles we have we should do a whole interesting podcast episode about Electro Lecture Weak symmetry breaking but just briefly we have these forces electromagnetism and the weak force. And they're responsible for some of these physical effects but then of course there's also the strong force is an gravity right and so the strong force is the one that holds the nucleus together right like without that one all of our nuclear would just fall apart. That's right. Remember the nuclei ugly. I are protons and neutrons protons are positively charged and said they repel each other and the neutrons are neutral. So they can't do anything to really help so from an electromagnetic point of view you. The nucleus shouldn't even hang together. We did a whole podcast episode. About how the strong nuclear force holds the nucleus together so that the strong force. We wouldn't have nuclei. We wouldn't have fusion then we wouldn't have stars. It's pretty important. And that's the that's the heavy one yeah. Gravity is the weakest force actually by all of these things. But it's something you're familiar with because there are big sources of gravity nearby and gravity will pull together anything that has mass. You your friend your neighbor you guys actually feel gravity pulling on each other You just can't really sense it because it's so small. Most of the gravity you feel is with respect to the earth or if the oceans with respect to the moon okay so those are the four four or three and a half forces electromagnetism weak for strong for his gravity. And that's what we've known for a long time right. I mean at least maybe fifty two hundred years is would we have known there to be in nature like that's it you can too can pull or push on each other any other way. These are the four ways that they can do it. Yeah and it's important to understand that these are descriptive. They're just a description of all the stuff we've seen happen. It's not like they come from some deep principle principle of nature where we derived a rule of there have to be four forces or they can't be any more you could see tomorrow some new physical effects that can't be explained by anything else else and that might be a discovery of a new force of nature is just that so far these forces have been able to describe everything we've seen but again there's no theoretical limit. There could be like a hundred forces and the other ninety six or just super duper duper feeble. We can't even sense them. Oh I see up until Saturday. The there was no indication in any of the up until you went into that starbucks to ask people questions. There's no indication from any experiments that humans had ever done that. There was anything else going on in the universe. Basically right like we hadn't seen anything they couldn't be explained by these four fundamental forces precisely and. That's the way we like to do science right. You see something new and weird first thing you do say can I explain it with the things we know because if you can and that's the most likely explanation donation just all comes razor and then you know if you can't then you consider well maybe there's something new to add something new to my theory new particle the new force a new something to explain early in this new phenomenon. That nothing else I know can't explain and you guys felt pretty confident that there were only these four Because you've done so many experiments over the last seventy years you know smashing particles over and over and over and over. That didn't seem maybe likely that there were more forces right. I would've guessed actually. Actually there were. You know if I had to guess gun to my head are there more forces I would have guessed. Yes and that doesn't go to your head. Danielson the lab code. I'm sure a rat in the dramatic movie for Life You know where the Club uh-huh and the reason is that there's a lot going on in the universe that we know that we don't understand You know we wrote this book all about all the things we don't know about at the University of one of them is that there's dark matter out there and if there's dark matter that means is a new particle and a new particle probably has a new kind of force because we know that dark matter doesn't interact with normal matter in any way that we're aware of other than gravity but we think dark matter probably does interact with no matter in some way in order to account for how much we see in the early universe so I would have guessed that there's a new force out there like a dark photon particle that mediates some new dark force but we don't have any actual evidence for words just a suspicion I see all the experiments done pointed to these four forces but there are still things out there universe. We don't understand yeah and and as always there are patterns in the things we do understand that suggests something is missing the say you know this would be a lot simpler if you found this new particle though you know until Saturday already. We didn't have any evidence for that. All right let's get into this new discovery and what the news article was all about and whether it did revolutionize our understanding of of physics but first let's take a quick break celebrate Computer Science Education Week and our hour of code at all apple stores from December first to the fifteenth. Join free today at Apple's sessions at an apple store near you learn the basics of coding and APPS get hands on coding augmented reality art robots and more in fun sessions on IPAD. There's no coding experience required. All you have to do is visit Apple Apple dot co Slash Code with Apple to reserve your spot that's apple dot co slash code with Apple. Right as what was the actual article Michael about that came out this weekend. That said that they found a new force of the universe. What did they actually discover? Yes so the article was misleading in several ways. You won't meet surprise to learn and the first thing is as last weekend was into really the most important moment went. There's been a series of papers from the same group in Hungary announcing discoveries for the last few years today ban teasing his know. They've been trying to replicate hid their experiments so maybe the most important result came out in two thousand sixteen when they first saw evidence for what might be a new particle and this paper from recently he just sort of confirmed it in a different system. So let's talk about what happened in two thousand sixteen because I think that's really the most important result. Okay let's go back in time to. And what was the actual experiment in in who who were these scientists and what they actually discovered. Yes so it's a group in Hungary and and their experiments called the atomic key experiment A. T. O. M. K.. I the short version of the story is that they see something's in their detector that they think are consistent with a new particle meaning. Ed something that they had never seen before yoga and something that we were talking about before they cannot explain using the fundamental forces and particles that we know about so. That sounds exciting. It is yeah. They've been doing it since two thousand sixteen. They've been talking about this for a while. Yeah in fact. They've been in doing this kind of physics for quite a while and but this particular experiment is interesting. What they do is they take a proton in the shoot it lithium nucleus and then turns into brilliant? Because that's one more atomic number up so the nucleus absorbs the Proton but it's not just brilliant. It's like excited beryllium. It's like has extra energy. So it's like wiggling in dancing to we picture a dance at the beryllium is doing a fortnight dances. Doing your the cartoonist. You the visual person so I wanNA see a doodle of dancing. KNBR met when we're done. It's doing the Charleston. It's let's go with that. And just like you know how electrons can get excited up from the ground state and then jumped down estate when you jump down to say you give off energy and so with a what we expect to happen is beryllium jumps down back into the ground state and gives off energy in terms of a photon. Oh I see so the Proton not just transforms it into new element. It transforms in and visit kind of extra surplus energy. Then you had to get rid of your because the Proton that comes in has a bunch of energy is not just at rest proton just sort of hanging out comes zooming in with a lot of energy and then the beryllium him nucleus which is then formed has extra energy it wants to get rid of it and so would you expect is for to shoot off photon and then that photon would turn into tare of particles an electron positron and you can measure the energy of that Photon by finding the electron positron and adding them back up. Why doesn't the Photon? Just keep going is as a fulltime as a little bit of light. Why does it have to turn into an electron an anti? Yeah they can photons like this can fly across the universe and just go forever but these guys have a special trick for measuring it in the way they measure the energy. The photon essentially is to induce it to turning into an electron anti-electron Electron. So they can. It helps them. Measure the energy howdy induce a full-time to not be a photon well. Every time a photon goes through matter it interacts with the all the electromagnetic attic fields inside that matter and that tends to make pair produced we call it turning from a photon into a pair of particles. You Slam it against something. Yeah and the a key thing. Is that when you do that. You measure the energy of it and you can measure the mass of that particle and photons of course don't have any mass. You expect that you get this electron on his positron. You add them back up to reconstruct with the photon was like and you calculate what it's mass was. You should get zero. But what they see is a bunch of events where it doesn't add up to zero it go to a different number and adds to a blob all around the same number on seventeen mega electron volts. So where did this mask come from. Wait so photon doesn't have mayors. So you can like did to split off into an electron and anti-electron using that that has have to add up to zero. The mass of that pair has to add up to zero. Yeah but sometimes they see something that they can't explain. which is the mass of that pair adds up to something which is not zero? Two means that the particle that carried that energy didn't have zero mass ahead. Non Zero Mass has essentially league. What they think they've seen is like another version of the Photon a different particle? That does have mass. Oh they think that the photon they're seeing is not a photon God precisely. They think they call it the X.. Particle good branding. I was wondering if you'd like that or not extra mysterious. We don't know if it actually becomes on something real and it gets they'll give it a real name. I think that means that they're doing physics at the end. So that's the basic thing is that when they plot this the mass asked of this pair of electronic positons they see a bunch near-zero where you expect to see photons but they also see a blob. All clustered together around seventeen mega electron John Bolts and. That's the kind of thing you would expect to see if there was a new particle. There's something which was into photon. But Beryllium was emitting this X.. Particle when it I went down to its ground state Like sometimes or usually gives us a gives off a re regular full time but sometimes you get a lot of measurements of something. That doesn't look like a photon precisely. And that's exactly the kind of thing you would expect to see if there really was a new particle there but it's not like there's something terribly ably different going on here. I think that's the weird part for me is like like I was falling you. It sounded like things I've heard before but suddenly you're.

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"fifth force" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

11:09 min | 1 year ago

"fifth force" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

"Daniel and Jorges explained the universe a production Channa iheartradio in which we take things that actual working scientists are doing and revealing and learning about our universe and explain them to you in a way that you can actually understand and maybe even makes you chuckle. Yeah and we often try to talk about what's out in the news recently. You know the latest discoveries the latest headlines Minds are catching people's attentions out there about exciting new things that scientists and physicists and cosmology found. Yeah and something I take a real vote of have confidence in our ability to explain. Things is when something appears in the news. About Science and a bunch of listeners righted and say Honk. Explain this to us and and that's just what happened this weekend. I got a torrent of emails from listeners. Asking us to explain something exciting that they saw in the science news. Do you think people had options here. Aaron Daniel like I could ask all these different physicists but I know Daniel so I'll I'll ask him to that. Daniel actually writes back. So maybe that's on take or maybe they just blasted. Everybody and I just thought we were special. And we don't charge a fee. That's the best part as right. We do download malware into people's laptops laptop when the email us but we say that online yeah welcome to Danial Jorges button it about the universe. That's right we do it to jennifer listener numbers. No there was an exciting piece of news over the weekend end and dating back. A couple of years has been a trend. Here's some exciting results. Dribbling in about a potentially enormous discovery. Yeah I saw that this weekend and I was very curious it was it was on the front page of CNN. And my favorite part about that was that it showed to scientists and lap codes doing something next to a really exciting machines gene so I thought wow that's that must be signs it's gotTa be science because they're wearing lab goods exactly. Every time I get a really good idea rush over to put on my leg it just in case someone takes a picture of you. Nobody's ready ever going to take a picture of me doing signs but let's not keep our listeners in the dark anymore anymore. Tell them with his articles about. Yeah so over. The weekend there was there was some big headlines about a new discovery that was done. I think in Europe and that might potentially really kind of re up our understanding of the universe that's right. The headline of the article has to do with finding a fifth force of nature. Yeah which is maybe maybe more exciting than finding the fifth. Beatle a here well depends if the fifth beatle gets a share of all that money could be a much bigger deal. I think they can buy any force and you know. Sometimes you'll see something on lines like. Wow that sounds like an amazing discovery. But you don't know this. Just the science journalist drumming up for clicks or is actually a real turning point in the history of science and a lot of times you'll read that and then it'll sort of fade and you never hear about it again and you wonder like was that actually a thing. Yeah it's hard to tell the difference and so today on the podcast will be asking. The question is there a fifth forest of nature is. What's the right context here Daniel? That makes it. EPIC IS FORCE FORCE OF nature new force of nature or a new force of the universe or reality. Or what are we talking about Yeah I think the common freeze is a force of nature. But you knew that also makes me think of like a hurricane or clauses in legal documents that let you you know things etcetera or it's a really motivated person to be like. Wow somebody must have discovered her while wearing a lab coat Avenue Avenue in hundred. Not For me. It has to do with these fundamental forces. I guess of the universe to meet is not really a difference between nature a reality and the universe. These things are sort of interchangeable lesser. We're talking about the Marvel Comics Universe or the DC universe of the star. Wars universe or other fictional universes this is but for the real universe we're trying to do is understand how it works and understand how many forces there are and so that was a big deal and do you think it got a lot of play in the media media. That people can't afford it laude and ask questions about it. Yup I think so. Our listeners certainly seem to have picked up on it and there are a lot of interest. Is this real. What does it mean? Can you help us break it down And so to sort of get a broader context or whether this had penetrated into the community community in general. I do something a little bit different with our street interviews rather than walking around campus at UC Irvine. I just went to a random coffee shop in Orange County and I asked asked random folks if they heard about this discovery and if even if they knew about they original four forces of nature so these might be a little bit more caffeinated than the usual answer A little bit more caffeinated little bit less Rahman noodle infused perhaps I less academic less academic exactly a broader section of the Orange County public. So think about it for a second. Does of you listening out there if someone asks you at a coffee shop. What is deficient force? Think about what you would dancer. Here's what people had to say. No never I've never been okay. No no no. No Komo article by the headaches. No no I don't know what the I know that longer. congresswomen fire when fire earth-like earthquakes and also water. All right I I guess maybe they hadn't checked this front page of the CNN yet. A lot of people. It seems no only one person had even heard of the article and very few people could even really comment intelligently on the forces of nature. I got a lot of sort of ancient Greek ideas like earth wind fire. I thought they were talking about the Rock Group. They really were a force of nature. We'll be fit for in that case Earth Wind Fire Son Politics Rama Rama noodles. Yeah so much that everybody else out. There understands the ramifications of this potentially mind-bending earth-shattering universe upturning discovery discovery. So maybe we should really start the beginning. Yeah I guess it wasn't like a we interrupt this broadcast for an important physics announcement. Coat have landed on the moon discovery. Yeah wasn't a stop the presses kind of thing yeah. We didn't have president trump commenting on this discovery. Yet looking up at this the sun and that's where the fifth Moore's was no comment but that was the headline the headline was scientists. Discover over a new force of nature right like Like if you didn't know there were forces they found a new one. Yeah precisely and and so That sounds like a big deal but I thought since people out there might not be terribly familiar with the forces. They're out there. And what means to be a force and what we think of from a physics six point of view as a force. I thought maybe we should start by talking about what the four forces actually are. Yeah the ones that we do know about right. The fat four of the Fundamental Forces Metro. He'll be shocked to discover that there is not consensus agreement among physicists. About how many forces we've discovered sort of DIS. Some say three some say four. Some say five. There's controversy about how many there are now. But they did but now they've discovered at another one this controversy about that too all right. Well let's get into Daniel. Let's talk about the forces we do know about To what are the four or three fundamental forces in the universe so off the bat we think about the four fundamental forces as gravity the strong nuclear force the weak nuclear force and electromagnetism. If you had to ask me as your costed me on the street Nasim with four forces were that's what I would say You wouldn't say there are only three. Well you know from a particle physics point view. We've done a pretty good job of showing that electromagnetism and the weak force are really one and the same. They're just two sides is of the same coin. In fact in particle as we refer to them as the electro weak force so that from that point of view three forces gravity the strong force and the electro weak force but traditionally the the week for his is kind of its own thing. And it's kind of as because it has its own particles that interacts with right. It doesn't use the Photon Proton. Like electromagnetism forced us But you know if you WANNA talk traditionally like historically electromagnetism is a new thing that needs to be electricity and magnetism they were identified initially totally separate phenomena and then later understood to be two sides of the same coin and merge into one that we now call electromagnetism so you know years ago you might have said five fundamental forces that we merged down into four. Now we've merged down into three so I think three's actually the the best description of what we currently understand but that's not a widely held opinion. See is this like the Greeks thought. Maybe they're only three forces like like wind and fire actually the same. Yeah except that we actually have more data than the Greeks did inclusively. mathematically okay so there are three or an or form. We'll say their three point five forces about that with the different. This is not the kind of thing compromise on negotiation. I'll give the three point seven five. Plus you get the House on weekends. Maybe should more headlines that way though into remind people ELECTROMAGNETISM is a force. You're familiar with it's responsible for electricity for magnetism and also for chemical bonds is basically what hold your body together other. It's what makes the wall seem solid. It's it's responsible for most of the forces you actually feel and the weak force is non when you come in commonly feel but is sort of related to the electromagnetic force. Yeah it's very closely related to electromagnetism the particles that contribute attributed to the weak force are the W and Z and you can take them sort of like heavy photons because they're heavy and makes the force very weak and it makes it very short distance scale and so this one really only comes into play for things like neutrinos and radioactive decay and I was actually talking to a particle theorist this morning. WHO said he didn't even consider the weak force a force? Because you you can't really feel it not even weekly not even weekly But I consider it a forces a it's one of the fundamental forces of nature separate Britt because they produce it gets lumped in with like magnetism because like the.

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"fifth force" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"fifth force" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

"Come Celebrate Computer Science Education Week and hour of code at all apple stores. This December first through the fifteenth celebrate Computer Science Education Week and our of code at all apple stores. Join free today at Apple sessions at an apple store near you. Learn the basics of coding and APPS get hands on coding. Coding Augmented Reality Art. Robots and more in fun sessions on IPAD. There's no coding experience required. All you have to do is visit apple dot co slash rush cooled with Apple to reserve your spot. That's apple dot co slash code with Apple Daniel if I wanted to win a Nobel Prize suber quickly like right. Now what would I have to do. Are you in some sort of hurry. You apply for a new job or something. They might be applying for me cartooning jazz. I figured that might help or are you looking live from my job. Is that what's going on here anyway. If you wanted to win a Nobel prize super quickly you'd have to discover something new me like a new particle. You know. That sounds sounds good but actually we kinda see new particles all the time. They're just like different versions of the particles. We already know so. I'm not sure that would cut it. So what would add to discover them. Maybe like a the new force of nature discover force making star works. Well it depends on where you're playing for your job if you want to discover the dark side or not doc I am more hammy cartoonist. And creator of HD. Cummings Cummings..

"fifth force" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"fifth force" Discussed on WTVN

"And Isaac Arthur now here we are right in the middle of the thanksgiving weekend and by this point most of you ever recovered from your feast and some are getting ready to travel back home are cleaning up after the crazy weekend and some of us are working like me I'll be back I'm Costa at the end of December and it's this time of year that I look back and I think about the year that was and and what lies ahead and for all of this seriously you know all of this on this planet that means we're looking ahead to twenty twenty and that is a magical sequence of numbers that hasn't happened for a thousand years and it won't happen again for another millennia think about that for a second but that's not what is most important what is important is what we have learned over the last year in two thousand nineteen and one of the craziest revelations just happened over the last couple of weeks which is the possibility that we may have finally discovered the foundation of dark energy it's huge it's big and these changes began back in nineteen ninety eight when science had to deal with the discovery that our universe was expanding possibly to infinity forever moving out word that gravity would not eventually take over pull everything back in which is how we were raised this is what we were taught we are taught that this expansion was now traveling and would stop and shrink back and the Big Bang would repeat itself now we find that this expansion is traveling at the speed of light or faster and what was causing it became known as dark energy now we know that there are four fundamental forces of nature but the discovery of a fifth force is a very big deal and it may be this fifth new force that is pushing our universe outward now later tonight Isaac Arthur is here to discuss what may be one of the most important breakthroughs in science all the way back to Einstein in nineteen oh five but first up tonight Adam Apollo Adam joins us here on because for the first time and we're going to be discussing my three favorite things physics you will follows and contact now during my research I have done literally thousands of interviews and the one thing that I've discovered is that hard science in the fringe stuff are starting to overlap faster than we can even keep up with and I get the feeling that any day now we are going to have some hugely impactful discoveries that are going to change the very fabric of everything and it will be the work of Adam Apollo and others who have the courage to place the line forward and continue to look outside the box and it's my job this thanksgiving weekend to help us find the answers that we seek now I just want to mention that this past November marks my fifth anniversary here on coast to coast I am now starting my sixty year it is an honor and a privilege to spend my weekends of my nights here with all of you as we seek to gather the questions and answers that we all seek all right this is coast to coast AM turn down the lights and get ready this is another Saturday night event here on coast and you can follow me right now on Twitter at J. church radio you know the drill Twitter is always lied to my left and any questions or comments Postum right there and maybe your tweet will get read on the air enjoy the bumper music tonight spend a lot of time on it I had to put on a Michael here through some paces to get this stuff together I think we have some good stuff tonight so enjoy that later on we'll open up the phones for Adam Apollo will do the same thing for Isaac Arthur because I always want all of you to engage in the conversation let's do this I'm your host Jimmy church and I'll be right back with my first cast Adam Apollo hello this is coast to coast AM shopping online this holiday.

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"fifth force" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"fifth force" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In our hemisphere. Across the ocean. It's from sub Saharan Africa, North Africa and the Middle East. And with the biggest thing happening in the world is, these countries are hemorrhaging their people, and they're trying to scape- the world of disorder into the world of order changing the politics of the world of order, creating these populist, nationalist, backlashes all across the world of disorder. So I believe the central geopolitical challenge of our time, the issue that the World Affairs Council here is going to have to study Jane successor, I believe, is how we manage to stabilize this world of disorder because see, we're in a moment. We've never seen before the world used to be governed by empires. Then we broke up into all these nation states, but we've never lived in a world is where nation states are collapsing in a post imperial world. And so there's no natural body to come in and order Syria today. Order Libya today, and so you're getting very new governance miles you know, Libya's a country with only three institutions got an oil company. It's got a central Bank. That distributes the wealth of the company and it's got a coastguard. Well, how is that? Why does it have a coastguard because Italy created the Libyan coast guard, literally boats training captains? In order to keep refugees from spilling out of Libya. To Italy, and so- Libya's, now, beginning to work actually municipalities inside, Italy, Vienna work, immune cells inside Libya to try to stabilize their governance. And that's why getting if I were advising presidential candidate running. You know, Trump wants to create a fifth force army, navy air force marine space sports, which is just the dumbest idea possible. I'd create a fifth force the peace corps, I think reviving the peace corps to go work in the countries of disorder in communities. What Libya's Italy's doing inside Libya is going to be more important than ever. One thing I certainly wouldn't be doing is taking away aid from Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador to punish them for their people trying to escape the horrors of what they're living, which is literally, the stupidest thing of all the things Trump is doing is little, it's so breathtakingly stupid. You just you don't even know where to begin. So if you take all these questions about, you know, rebuilding trust reviving communities. I'm just curious as we come to the end of time Tom if you a.

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"fifth force" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"fifth force" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

"All right. Well, we're glad that you're back with us here in the US Steph. Yes. And I am as on the show. And as we had a great time in Miami. But we did miss your presence. Yes. I'm sad. I missed out on the Miami meet up sent the. Tokyo marathon was definitely set in stone those dates long before that came to be. But I'm sad. I couldn't be there with you. It wasn't from what I understand it wasn't. There is painful as the last Miami meet up. That'll be good. But I yeah, I wasn't quite as lubricated. That one. What was that twenty sixteen was it, right? Yes. Yeah. Three three years ago. Three L there to continually goodness the auto glass filler upper now. Oh, no kidding. Okay. Let's move onto the last item in the news folder. And unless there's anything else to add stuff. Now that seemed like a lot if I miss something. I probably did. But okay, if you think of it, let us know we'll not worth that. Okay. This was a news item that the good looking handsome, captain Jeff added, and it was an event that happened. On March fifth. I don't understand this says the news item says March fourth twenty nineteen updated March fourth twenty nineteen and then it starts a quantity. I noticed from Patalei. The camera was on March fifth force to the Vert. They don't even they can't even figure out the darn international. They're really it's really confusing. Maybe that's the maybe that's what happened. It didn't happen. Yeah. Maybe the maybe the time. Yeah. They have times probably was still on the fourth. When this happened on the fifth it fabled. They have okay have a daughter like that. Okay. What does that mean? She was born in Japan. So when I told my parents when she was born a mother could never figure out which 'cause I mom you have a new granddaughter. She's born tomorrow. He's my mom never figure out. What are the actually was was a riot? That's funny. Anyway, a Qantas flight from Adelaide to camera was on March fifth forced to divert and make an emergency landing in Melbourne. Follow following Melvin following a mid air incident reportedly caused by pressurization issues, do it. Then I read the headline on this. No, I didn't. So I think I need to read this Qantas horror flight. Plunges fifteen thousand feet before emergency landing in Melbourne..

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"fifth force" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"fifth force" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Just tip your cap to that and cardinal to correct myself. The blue grass stakes is run at Keeneland on April sixth. And they've got a smaller rates worth twenty points for the Kentucky Derby at Keeneland Lexington. Then if you need like if you're the twenty fifth force, and you gotta get in you can go and get a chance getting twenty points down there. Let's quiz quizzes Mirko had. Okay. So this is combine quiz quiz. But from the sporting news ranked the sixteenth sixteen best performances at the combine. Okay. Now, how many I'd be interested to cross references to see how many guys actually went on to be good prose? Given your name. You me. And number sixteen. They have done Terio don's Mary. Two thousand twelve he's been good. I nine point five inch vertical and he had forty four bench press reps. Wow. Yeah. It's a lot. That's a strong good vertical. It's at twenty nine point five inch vertical half big. Open that up yours twenty eight. That's good, man. Twenty eight inch firm, man, hops, dude, come on. You're at fifteen cents. Got me. A Cup of cargo athlete kid. Go ahead. What else for fifteen? Former bear Stephen pyeho Rosser bench press reps on the bench. Just okay. Forty nine forty gap. Yeah. I'd say it was an okay NFL team. Bruce campbell. I I can't even all thirteen everyone. Remember this man. Tim tebow? See what made him special? Thirty six record a four seven to forty yard dash thirty and a half vertical and a six six second three cone drill. Listen all predicted Tim tebow. Here's a guy in two thousand nine. I thought it was gonna starve, but he never was Darius haywar bay. Yeah. He blew it away from forty yard. You got stuck in Oakland when Oklahoma's bad? He's just never been all that number eleven Dominique Rodgers Cromartie. All right. Pretty good player. What made him special? Let's see. It says here thirty seven and a half inch vertical four to nine forty yard. Dash. That's pretty good. Yeah. That's good speed and good explosive number ten is keen Griffin. Yes. Athlete family. He and his brother both good athletes act. Or is there another one? That's there's Shaquille. Okay. Yes. Number nine. This guy was the one that everyone was trying to go after his record. Chris johnson. Oh, yeah. We'll remember four four forty yard. Dash. That's still a record. Isn't it? I believe so. Yes. Number eight, another Johnson, Calvin Johnson. Well, number seven compared Johnson..

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"fifth force" Discussed on Dreamland

Dreamland

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"fifth force" Discussed on Dreamland

"So this is an other topic. That ideal is in my book board land phenomena, so spontaneous human combustion. And it's basically with the body is almost entirely which use to ask was in. What seems to be a fairly short period of time. Usually spice of light twelve ounce. And there's just no way to explain how the the body has been almost entirely richest to ask. So it's a real mystery. It's it's something that sort of doesn't get a lot of attention. They size. Because you know, when we look at things like. Certainly, you know to build a body requires a great deal of energy, and it requires very high temperatures. So in a crematorium, for example, it's around a thousand degrees. So we'll see. A couple of hours fan forced as well to to increase, the hate, etc. So it takes a lot of energy to reduce a body to ask on this famous. Cases is Mary haughty racer for example, nineteen fifty one in Florida. Famous case of spontaneous combustion that. I look at in my book. So I've in my book Bodoland phenomenon the reason I've explored this topic. It's sorta lades on from my research into electromagnetism. And there's a very interesting theory that suggests that the spontaneous human combustion is a form of sort of sub-conscious Souissa slinked poet Augusta. So Vincent Gaddis came up. Was this interesting theory said that some in the case of poed Agasi agents the energy is directed out with. Away from the body in the case of spontaneous human combustion. It seems to be a situation where the energy is directed in woods on the thin lead through the body bursting into flames essentially, which sounds a little bit wall. But I explained it all in my book. So yes, it's it's fairly creepy to those of us who have felt explicable areas of heat in our body, which has happened to me and others. Also in this case that I referred to earlier there were a lot of situations where things just burst into flames without warning. Some don't you get the feeling that there's something kind of out there? Whether it's a conscious presence or a natural phenomenon. There's just something. Strange connected with electromagnetism. No, not quite absolutely. Yeah. We also need to consider the, You you know, know, the. the possibility of there being although energies involved as well, you know, so scientists talk about hypothetical fifth fourth or fifth force. Sorry. I had to pronounce yes, we know about the four fundamental forces the strong in week nuclear forces and gravity and electromagnetism. But as possible to that there are other forms of energy. There's this there has fit force. That's involved. Yeah. Exactly. So and that sort of leads into. At two to what what the Chinese referred who was chief, for example. So they suckle energies in France entone, MS Mary, of course, he talked about that as animal the Tisza he called it and William rock told that old guy and energy as well. So they could be other other energies involve to the that science. Isn't completely bilious thrill Senate to sort of factor in as well. Yeah. Anyway. The history of science is a history of saying that we know it all and the discovery there's more, and maybe we're right at the point where we're getting to discover another more, let's hope so strange electromagnetic dimensions. Lewis.

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