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Q: Since all particles display wave-like characteristics, does that imply that one could use destructive wave interference to destroy or at least drastically change a particle? 4 Responses to Q: Since all particles display wave-like characteristics, does that imply that one could use destructive wave interference to destroy or at least drastically change a particle?
So is my understanding of waves correct that by introducing other waves like for cancellation or harmonic amplification (like how a microwave oven resonates because o it’s dimensions) you are adding energy to a system in a certain manner to affect the amplitude of a wave?
Q: Can planes (sheets) be tied in knots in higher dimensions the way lines (strings) can be tied in knots in 3 dimensions?
Q: Why can’t we see the lunar landers from the Apollo missions with the Hubble (or any other) telescope?
Q: When you write a fraction with a prime denominator in decimal form it repeats every p-1 digits. Q: Since the Earth is spinning and orbiting and whatnot, are we experiencing time wrong because of time dilation?
Q: How good is the Enigma code system compared to today’s publicly available cryptography systems? Q: What would happen if there was a giant straw connecting the Earth’s atmosphere right above the ground to space?
Q: If the Sun pulls things directly toward it, then why does everything move in circles around it? Q: If a long hot streak is less likely than a short hot streak, then doesn’t that mean that the chance of success drops the more successes there are?
Q: If time slows down when you travel at high speeds, then couldn’t you travel across the galaxy within your lifetime by just accelerating continuously? Q: If nothing can escape a black hole’s gravity, then how does the gravity itself escape? Q: If the number of ancestors you have doubles with each generation going back, you quickly get to a number bigger than the population of Earth. Q: How do you define the derivatives of the Heaviside, Sign, Absolute Value, and Delta functions? Q: If you flip a coin forever, are you guaranteed to eventually flip an equal number of heads and tails?
Q: Are there examples of quantum mechanics that can be seen in every-day life, or do they only show up in the lab? Q: What kind of telescope would be needed to see a person on a planet in a different solar system?
Q: Using modern technology, are we any closer to turning lead into gold than alchemists were hundreds of years ago?

Q: Is it a coincidence that a circles circumference is the derivative of its area, as well as the volume of a sphere being the antiderivative of its surface area?
Q: In an infinite universe, does everything that’s possible have to happen somewhere? Q: If energy is neither created nor destroyed, what happens to the energy within our bodies and brains when we die? Q: Is it likely that there are atoms in my body that have traveled from the other side of the planet, solar system, galaxy, or universe?
Q: Is there an experiment which could provide conclusive evidence for either the Many Worlds or Copenhagen interpretations of quantum physics?
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Q: Is it possible for an artificial black hole to be created, or something that has the same effects?
Q: If quantum mechanics says everything is random, then how can it also be the most accurate theory ever? Q: Since the real-world does all kinds of crazy calculations in no time, can we use physics to calculate stuff? Q: Can you poke something that’s far away with a stick faster than it would take light to get there? Q: If you are talking to a distant alien, how would you tell them which way is left and which way is right? Q: Why is it that photographs of wire mesh things, like window screens and grates, have waves in them? Q: Is it possible for an atomic orbital to exist beyond the s, p, f and d orbitals they taught about in school? Q: Why does the entropy of universe always increase, and what is the heat death of the universe?
Q: If gravity suddenly increased would airplanes fall out of the sky, or would it compress the air in such a way that airplanes could keep flying? Q: If God were all-seeing and all-knowing, the double-slit experiment wouldn’t work, would it? Bose introduces its first in-ear noise-cancelling headphones, the QuietComfort 20 (QC20) designed to deliver audio performance you can expect from Bose technologies.
In related CES news, Audio-Technica announced that its recently introduced ATH-ANC7b active noise-cancelling headphones received an Innovations 2010 Design and Engineering Award from the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA).

The ATH-ANC27 offers an outstanding combination of performance, value, comfort and portability.
The ATH-ANC27 has a locking detachable cord, enabling its use as cordless noise-cancelling headphones, and its audio functions even if its battery runs down, ensuring listeners will never be without their music. In addition to its detachable 3.9-foot cord, the ATH-ANC27 comes with a durable hard-shell travel case, ?-inch plug adapter, airline adapter and an AAA battery. The Audio-Technica ATH-ANC27 active noise-cancelling over-ear headphones will be available March 2010 online or at Audio-Technica authorized retailers at a suggested retail price of \$119.95. The US maker of computer memory Kingston has announced a new line of DDR4 memory modules called HyperX Savage.
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Huawei has officially unveiled the Ascend W2 smartphone that has been in the news for the past few months. So the best you could hope for is to lower the crests and troughs of a target photon so you might get a very flat photon? The canceling wave is being generated by the speaker in the headphones so if you are trying to cancel something in a frequency range that the headphones have a crappy response curve to ( like 13.75Hz infra-sound) or the incoming waves have way to high of an SPL (like 130 dB) the headphones aren’t going to cancel jack, right? If you use a magnifying glass to burn ants, aren’t you making a point hotter than the ambient temperature without losing energy? Wouldn’t God’s observation of the location of the photon collapse its probability wave function? Along with StayHear+ tips that physically block some of the noise, the headphones come with Acoustic Noise Cancelling technology to electronically reduces most of what’s left. The headphones also includes Bose’s TriPort technology to  increase the effective acoustic space for deep lows and lifelike vocals. For the best WordPress experience, please update your browser or learn how to browse happy! It provides up to 85% noise reduction, utilizing advanced QuietPoint ANC technology that detects environmental noise via miniature built-in microphones, and applies a corresponding sound-cancelling signal.
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The ATH-ANC27 delivers exceptional sound quality with powerful bass, a natural midrange, detailed treble and precise imaging in an immersive soundfield.