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Suppose, just suppose, that light had a mass of .2mg, and you put a standard 40w incandescent bulb in a pitch black room. Three feet away is a 3in in diameter tube, with an 8oz roller inside. now, the tube it's in is indefinitely long, just so the final measurement isn't affected by the sudden end of a pipe, now say the bulb was turned on for precisely 2sec. and each photon has a mass of .2 mg, how far would the roller go?
make sure you factor in the approx amount of photons, the friction factor, the mass of photons, speed, and air pressure, and any other variables that I missed.
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Lol if I had one word to say it would be

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Try being informed instead of just opinionated...
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haha, come on, ask google :) or remember that when an object hits another, it has an equal and opposite reaction. so, find the formula, or make it, then answer. 671 mil mph is light. now, figure out how many photons come out of the bulb in those two sec. which is impossible, so let's say for an easy num, 100 photons went into the pipe. and since they have a mass of .2 mg, = 20 grams of force if all it at once. now figure out the energy of a 20 g particle, moving 671 mill mph. now factor in the formula for friction, and there is your answer. and divide the particle energy by 2, remember newtons law.
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nadcombo wrote:
Suppose, just suppose, that light had a mass of .2mg, and you put a standard 40w incandescent bulb in a pitch black room. Three feet away is a 3in in diameter tube, with an 8oz roller inside. now, the tube it's in is indefinitely long, just so the final measurement isn't affected by the sudden end of a pipe, now say the bulb was turned on for precisely 2sec. and each photon has a mass of .2 mg, how far would the roller go?
make sure you factor in the approx amount of photons, the friction factor, the mass of photons, speed, and air pressure, and any other variables that I missed.

What grade r u in b/c I'm going to 9th what you are saying sounds like you are getting a Phd in what ever you are talking about.
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nadcombo wrote:
Suppose, just suppose, that light had a mass of .2mg, and you put a standard 40w incandescent bulb in a pitch black room. Three feet away is a 3in in diameter tube, with an 8oz roller inside. now, the tube it's in is indefinitely long, just so the final measurement isn't affected by the sudden end of a pipe, now say the bulb was turned on for precisely 2sec. and each photon has a mass of .2 mg, how far would the roller go?
make sure you factor in the approx amount of photons, the friction factor, the mass of photons, speed, and air pressure, and any other variables that I missed.

We get it, you're smart in that area. :dry: If you're not just trying to be smart and actually asking a question, "Why ask the Adventist forum and not a scientific forum?"
Satire... Some people get it, some people don't. If you don't like it, then tell me because I'm open-minded! If I disagree with you that is probably because I approached your idea logically and thought it was wrong by my standards.
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jGod8865 wrote:
nadcombo wrote:
Suppose, just suppose, that light had a mass of .2mg, and you put a standard 40w incandescent bulb in a pitch black room. Three feet away is a 3in in diameter tube, with an 8oz roller inside. now, the tube it's in is indefinitely long, just so the final measurement isn't affected by the sudden end of a pipe, now say the bulb was turned on for precisely 2sec. and each photon has a mass of .2 mg, how far would the roller go?
make sure you factor in the approx amount of photons, the friction factor, the mass of photons, speed, and air pressure, and any other variables that I missed.

What grade r u in b/c I'm going to 9th what you are saying sounds like you are getting a Phd in what ever you are talking about.
lol im in 9th, aaannndd im a nerd you could say. and im proud of it. every time some one says it, they are sayin im smarter :woohoo:
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What if???? 2 months 2 weeks ago #82622

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huh well nad(is it okay if i call you that) well you're smart!!! congratulations. now if you will excuse me i am going to go and cry
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You do realize, I just found a topic that befuddled every one on guide? waa hoooo
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nadcombo wrote:
jGod8865 wrote:
nadcombo wrote:
Suppose, just suppose, that light had a mass of .2mg, and you put a standard 40w incandescent bulb in a pitch black room. Three feet away is a 3in in diameter tube, with an 8oz roller inside. now, the tube it's in is indefinitely long, just so the final measurement isn't affected by the sudden end of a pipe, now say the bulb was turned on for precisely 2sec. and each photon has a mass of .2 mg, how far would the roller go?
make sure you factor in the approx amount of photons, the friction factor, the mass of photons, speed, and air pressure, and any other variables that I missed.

What grade r u in b/c I'm going to 9th what you are saying sounds like you are getting a Phd in what ever you are talking about.
lol im in 9th, aaannndd im a nerd you could say. and im proud of it. every time some one says it, they are sayin im smarter :woohoo:
ompb we're in the same grade and i was totally clued out to what you said :lol: :lol:


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wait, what? :huh:

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nadcombo wrote:
You do realize, I just found a topic that befuddled every one on guide? waa hoooo
r u saying u like to hear that i am crying jk
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Obviously the answer is twizzlers. Duh.



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What if???? 2 months 2 weeks ago #82697

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nadcombo wrote:
haha, come on, ask google :) or remember that when an object hits another, it has an equal and opposite reaction. so, find the formula, or make it, then answer. 671 mil mph is light. now, figure out how many photons come out of the bulb in those two sec. which is impossible, so let's say for an easy num, 100 photons went into the pipe. and since they have a mass of .2 mg, = 20 grams of force if all it at once. now figure out the energy of a 20 g particle, moving 671 mill mph. now factor in the formula for friction, and there is your answer. and divide the particle energy by 2, remember newtons law.

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nadcombo wrote:
haha, come on, ask google :) or remember that when an object hits another, it has an equal and opposite reaction. so, find the formula, or make it, then answer. 671 mil mph is light. now, figure out how many photons come out of the bulb in those two sec. which is impossible, so let's say for an easy num, 100 photons went into the pipe. and since they have a mass of .2 mg, = 20 grams of force if all it at once. now figure out the energy of a 20 g particle, moving 671 mill mph. now factor in the formula for friction, and there is your answer. and divide the particle energy by 2, remember newtons law.
I don't think this is gonna work... As someone who is still gets letters and numbers confused, I think I will try to grt that straight in my head first.
Anyone else in this boat?
Try being informed instead of just opinionated...
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emmykitty wrote:
nadcombo wrote:
jGod8865 wrote:
nadcombo wrote:
Suppose, just suppose, that light had a mass of .2mg, and you put a standard 40w incandescent bulb in a pitch black room. Three feet away is a 3in in diameter tube, with an 8oz roller inside. now, the tube it's in is indefinitely long, just so the final measurement isn't affected by the sudden end of a pipe, now say the bulb was turned on for precisely 2sec. and each photon has a mass of .2 mg, how far would the roller go?
make sure you factor in the approx amount of photons, the friction factor, the mass of photons, speed, and air pressure, and any other variables that I missed.

What grade r u in b/c I'm going to 9th what you are saying sounds like you are getting a Phd in what ever you are talking about.
lol im in 9th, aaannndd im a nerd you could say. and im proud of it. every time some one says it, they are sayin im smarter :woohoo:
ompb we're in the same grade and i was totally clued out to what you said :lol: :lol:

Same that is so sad
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Stverno wrote:
Obviously the answer is twizzlers. Duh.
Yes totally, stverno is our savior she has the answers :cheer:
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jGod8865 wrote:
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Obviously the answer is twizzlers. Duh.
Yes totally, stverno is our savior she has the answers :cheer:

When do I not? :P



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Stverno wrote:
jGod8865 wrote:
Stverno wrote:
Obviously the answer is twizzlers. Duh.
Yes totally, stverno is our savior she has the answers :cheer:

When do I not? :P
I apologize for interrupting such an obviously highly intellectual conversation, but I believe that the answer would not be twizzlers.

Based off of sound scientific judgement and well proven mathematical analyses, I have come to the conclusion that the answer simply must be chocolate.

There is no other possible answer.
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emmy01 wrote:
Stverno wrote:
jGod8865 wrote:
Stverno wrote:
Obviously the answer is twizzlers. Duh.
Yes totally, stverno is our savior she has the answers :cheer:

When do I not? :P
I apologize for interrupting such an obviously highly intellectual conversation, but I believe that the answer would not be twizzlers.

Based off of sound scientific judgement and well proven mathematical analyses, I have come to the conclusion that the answer simply must be chocolate.

There is no other possible answer.


Nononononono, Einstein is here the answer based on my scientific and mathematical progress the answer is a mixture of your answers. The answer is chocolate twizzlers. There we go.
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jGod8865 wrote:
emmykitty wrote:
nadcombo wrote:
jGod8865 wrote:
nadcombo wrote:
Suppose, just suppose, that light had a mass of .2mg, and you put a standard 40w incandescent bulb in a pitch black room. Three feet away is a 3in in diameter tube, with an 8oz roller inside. now, the tube it's in is indefinitely long, just so the final measurement isn't affected by the sudden end of a pipe, now say the bulb was turned on for precisely 2sec. and each photon has a mass of .2 mg, how far would the roller go?
make sure you factor in the approx amount of photons, the friction factor, the mass of photons, speed, and air pressure, and any other variables that I missed.

What grade r u in b/c I'm going to 9th what you are saying sounds like you are getting a Phd in what ever you are talking about.
lol im in 9th, aaannndd im a nerd you could say. and im proud of it. every time some one says it, they are sayin im smarter :woohoo:
ompb we're in the same grade and i was totally clued out to what you said :lol: :lol:

Same that is so sad
My goodness, I am in 11th grade, and I still don't get it! :blink: :P
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jGod8865 wrote:
emmy01 wrote:
Stverno wrote:
jGod8865 wrote:
Stverno wrote:
Obviously the answer is twizzlers. Duh.
Yes totally, stverno is our savior she has the answers :cheer:

When do I not? :P
I apologize for interrupting such an obviously highly intellectual conversation, but I believe that the answer would not be twizzlers.

Based off of sound scientific judgement and well proven mathematical analyses, I have come to the conclusion that the answer simply must be chocolate.

There is no other possible answer.


Nononononono, Einstein is here the answer based on my scientific and mathematical progress the answer is a mixture of your answers. The answer is chocolate twizzlers. There we go.
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nadcombo wrote:
Suppose, just suppose, that light had a mass of .2mg, and you put a standard 40w incandescent bulb in a pitch black room. Three feet away is a 3in in diameter tube, with an 8oz roller inside. now, the tube it's in is indefinitely long, just so the final measurement isn't affected by the sudden end of a pipe, now say the bulb was turned on for precisely 2sec. and each photon has a mass of .2 mg, how far would the roller go?
make sure you factor in the approx amount of photons, the friction factor, the mass of photons, speed, and air pressure, and any other variables that I missed.

I'm sorry but this is gibberish...
It is entirely impossible for a photon to have a mass of 0.2 mg. Remember, an atom doesn't even come close to having a mass of 0.2 mg, and an atom's mass is measured in moles. Photons are smaller than atoms.

Second, photons DO NOT have mass.
They are massless and are not matter

So based on these scientific errors, I believe the original poster is messing with brains
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According to quantum physics photons do NOT have mass
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