by Jim Mash
Last Updated 29/06/2017
Fluid Energy Theory
An entirely new theory based upon energy being a real substance

Over 100 questions that are answered by Fluid Energy Theory

Answers given in "Wot, no bang?"

  • What is energy?
  • How compressible is energy?
  • Why must energy be a continuous substance?
  • How many substances are there?
  • What was the first force to be created?
  • What are the centripetal and centrifugal forces?
  • How many universes are there?
  • How big is the universe?
  • How old is the universe?
  • What is time?
  • Will time travel ever become a reality?
  • Is the universe expanding or in a steady state?
  • Is there an aether?
  • What is the density of energy in deep space?
  • Why is the sky dark at night?
  • How does a cloud of gas condense to form a star?
  • How does gravity arise?
  • Can the strength of gravity vary over time?
  • What is the speed of gravity?
  • Does gravity have the same strength throughout the universe?
  • Are there gravity waves?
  • Why does gravity have a limited range of ~4 light years in our region of the Milky Way?
  • Why do the stars in a galaxy not move according to the laws of gravity?
  • What is dark matter?
  • What is the source of the cosmic background microwave radiation?
  • What is dark energy?
  • How do gaseous planets form?
  • How are rocky planets created?
  • Why do Mercury, Venus and Earth have magnetic fields whereas Mars and the Moon do not?
  • Does Mercury have a molten core?
  • Why is the density of Mars more like that of the Moon than the inner three planets?
  • Is Mars a planet or a moon?
  • Does liquid water exist on Mars?
  • Why is Pluto warming when it is moving away from the Sun?
  • Why do Jupiter and the other planets emit more heat than they receive from the Sun?
  • Why do all the planets still have molten cores?
  • Why do planets spin?
  • What causes global warming on the Earth?
  • Is man to blame for global warming?
  • What are particles made from?
  • How is fluid energy compressed into its solid form?
  • What is the energy density of solid energy?
  • Why cannot solid energy be compressed any further?
  • How are particles created?
  • How long does it take for a particle to be created?
  • Why do particles spin?
  • At what speed do particles spin?
  • How do particles stick together to form atoms and molecules?
  • Why do nuclei require neutrons?
  • What is binding energy?
  • Why do protons not repel each other in nuclei?
  • What is the difference between a neutron and a proton?
  • Why does light travel at 3x108m.s-1?
  • Why might it be possible to communicate instantaneously across a galaxy?
  • Are photons waves or particles or something else?
  • What is a photon really like?
  • Why is it not possible for a photon to have more energy than 109eV?
  • Why are there both a lower and an upper limit to temperature?
  • Why cannot the size or position of an electron be determined?
  • Why is the electromagnetic force 1039 times stronger than the gravitational force?
  • Will the universe ever cease to exist?
  • What causes starlight to be red shifted?
  • Can space be curved?
  • How many dimensions are there?
  • Why can’t there be more than three spatial dimensions?
  • Where does the cosmic microwave radiation come from?
  • Are pulsars really dense stars that spin at incredible speeds?
  • Why do neutron stars and black holes not exist?
  • Why does the inverse square law break down for point particles?
  • How many stars are there in the universe?
  • Why has the Earth's core not frozen after 4.5 billion years?
  • Why do the strong and weak nuclear forces not exist?
  • How can a quasar with high red shift be associated with a galaxy of low red shift?

Answers given in "FET: the theory of everything"

  • Why are mountains cold?
  • Why does the temperature of the atmosphere invert several times with height?
  • Why is CO2 not responsible for heating the atmosphere?
  • Why is the Sun’s corona at 2 million degrees when the surface is only 5 thousand degrees?
  • What causes sonoluminescence?
  • Does light really slow down when passing through a transparent medium?
  • Why does a light beam bend when passing between different mediums?
  • What is about materials that allow photons to pass through them or be absorbed or reflected?
  • Why is the daytime sky upon the Earth blue but red at dusk?
  • Why is the daytime sky of Mars red but blue at night?
  • Why is light not scattered by photon-particle collisions when passing through calm air at ground level?
  • What is an electric charge?
  • What is lightning?
  • What are lightning balls?
  • Why is lightning around 100 times more frequent upon Venus despite it having very little water?
  • What are electricity and magnetism?
  • Why do magnets stick to fridges?
  • Electricity and magnetism are the flow of fluid energy so why do they act normal to each other?
  • Do isolated magnetic poles exist?
  • How do like magnetic poles repel and unlike poles attract each other?
  • How does an electric current move a nearby compass needle?
  • How does a magnetic field of a planet arise?
  • What is the Casimir effect?
  • How does gravity keep us firmly upon the ground?
  • What is mass?
  • Why do objects regardless of their composition or mass all fall at the same rate?
  • Why do falling objects accelerate as they fall?
  • How does gravity cause objects to fall?
  • Why are some atoms stable and others radioactive?
  • Can the speed of light vary?
  • Why do gyroscopes appear to defy gravity?
  • Does time change with speed?
  • Do objects shrink or expand as they increase speed?
  • Do positrons really exist?
  • Why is the mass of an atom never equal to the sum of its parts?
  • Do neutrinos really exist?
  • What is quantum tunnelling?
  • Does Schrödinger's cat really exist in two superimposed states?
  • Is cold fusion possible?
  • How can a single photon pass through two holes at the same time?
  • How are interference patterns formed?
  • Why does an interference pattern disappear when we try to determine its path?
  • What do we mean by temperature?
  • What is polarised light?

Answers given in "Surface energy"

  • Why does each atom have a characteristic attractive force?
  • How can the particular atoms exposed on a solid surface be easily determined?
  • What is a surface tension?
  • How can the surface energy of a liquid be measured?
  • How can the surface energy of a solid be measured?
  • What is the difference between a solid and a liquid?
  • Why do some liquids spread upon a solid whilst other liquids do not?
  • Why does a liquid have up to 4 contact angles upon a solid?
  • Why do surface tensions decrease with increasing temperature?
  • How can the orientation of surfactant molecules at a water surface be determined?
  • Why does the surface tension of a salt solution increase above that of water?
  • How can insects walk upon water?
  • Why do some compounds form clusters upon water that vary in size with the pH?
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