# Physics

This & this Reddit thread are nice places to start learning physics. I like reading AskPhysics subreddit.

Arvin Ash, PBS Space Time, Unzicker's Real Physics (need to double check his content) & Ten Minute Physics are interesting.

I found studying Roger Penrose's work mind opening.

It's wild how far humans got to understanding physics and especially quantum physics.

Love Sean Carroll's book and podcast. Mindscape AMA is great.

## Notes

- What is energy?
- There's no satisfying definition beyond "the quantity that is conserved over time." This may sound arbitrary and ad hoc but it emerges from this deep mathematical principal called Noether's theorem that states that for each symmetry (in this case, staying the same while moving forward or backwards in time), there is something that is conserved. In this context, momentum is the thing that is conserved over distance, and angular momentum is the thing that is conserved through rotations.
- The less rigorous explanation is that it's essentially the currency used by physical systems to undergo change.

- One of the things you learn in Physics is that nothing is ever still or completely solid. All atoms vibrate and most(95+%) of their space is empty, where electrons spin. So everything you see is a vibrating mesh of molecules. Neutrinos are so small they can fly straight through everything, even planets! The only time anything stays completely still is at zero degrees Kelvin and it is theorized that time actually stands still at the this temperature.
- Emergent complexity: complexity arising from simple rules is interesting. One example of it is cellular automata and Conway's game of life.
- Gravity travels at the speed of light.
- Acceleration is independent of mass of object.
- Inertia is an intrinsic property and can basically be described as a body’s resistance to acceleration/ change in it’s speed (1st law). What’s intertwined is inertia and force (not acceleration necessarily) since inertia (be it linear or rotational) of a particle would decide how much force is required to produce a certain acceleration (2nd law)
- The future is probability, the past is information, the passage of time is the collapse of one state to the other.
- Because atoms are actually 99.9999% (something similar to the degree) space, everything is also 99.9999% space but things cant pass through each other.
- All matter has kinetic and potential energy. It is easier to think of it as those are the only types of energy.
- Energy can change forms. From heat to potential to kinetic to radiation to heat.
- Gravity propagates at the speed of light.
- LK-99 is a crystal with mostly lead atoms, some get replaced by copper, when they get replaced by copper, it causes crystal structure to change by .46 degrees, bending then causes atoms to overlap slightly and it causes the free flow electron tunnel. You have to get the copper atom to replace the correct lead atom in crystal structure for it to work is one explanation for varying replication results.

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