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Topic: more examples Re: Perpetual-Motion deriving discreteness but not the
reverse Chapt13.40081 perpetual motion #701 New Physics #821 ATOM TOTALITY
5th ed

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 Poutnik Posts: 68 Registered: 9/14/11
Re: experiment to verify 1/c is smallest speed possible; EM spectrum where largest wavelength determines smallest Re: more examples Chapt13.40081 perpetual motion #703 (sic) New Physics #823 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed
Posted: Jul 4, 2012 5:08 AM

Archimedes Plutonium posted Wed, 4 Jul 2012 01:55:34 -0700 (PDT) to
sci.physics,
>
> On Jul 4, 1:09 am, Poutnik <pout...@privacy.invalid> wrote:

> > Archimedes Plutonium posted Tue, 3 Jul 2012 14:56:35 -0700 (PDT) to
> > sci.chem,
> >

> > > In the Electromagnetic Spectrum we can visualize that the longest
> > > wavelength is the size of the Cosmos, while the shortest
> > > wavelength is restricted by the Planck length. So in this
> > > comparison, the inverse of the longest would be far smaller than
> > > the Planck length wavelength. So we have agreement here.

> >
> > Does it directly depend on what is chosen as length unit ?
> >
> > --
> > Poutnik

>
> Hello, it is unit independent, because if we take a gamma wavelength
> and a radio wavelength there is a relative comparison regardless of
> what distance unit you use.

Therefore if we take such a length unit that c = 1,
than 1/c = 1 = c. Light of speed is possible.

> The point I am making on this EM
> spectrum, is that the largest wavelength (or you can take frequency)
> will determine a smallest possible wavelength.

Again unit dependent. if largest lambda is by change 10 units,
then 1 / largest lambda definitely is NOT the smallest one.

> Likewise, the hottest
> temperature in the world will create a coldest possible temperature
> where you cannot go any colder.

Again, scale dependent.

> The largest mass in the Cosmos
> creates the smallest possible mass, and I believe the smallest
> possible mass in the Universe is the mass of the electron dot cloud.
> The largest speed in the world creates the smallest possible speed,
> 1/c. In Math, the border at infinity, 10^603 creates the smallest
> nonzero number 10^-603 and that no numbers exist between 0 and that
> smallest.

I can have 10^-800 and 100^900.

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Poutnik