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This man just casually asked me what I think as if I'm in any way qualified to be making inferences on the nature of the laws of our universe. I'm flattered.
@James Cipriano I agree with the part about other qualities being really valuable, as well, in situations some peeps might not expect them to "be useful" in, too! ^^ They're really important, too!
Smartest people don’t make you feel dumb, they make you feel smart
@Sgt. Hartman there are most definitely a plethora of scientist that have much fimrwr grasps on the concept than normal people what are you talking about? Haha. I mean there is a difference between not having a clue and actually having data to back your claim and moat normal peolle don't know how to record or use that data so, yeah.
He didn't casually ask you anything lmao
But you are, you just will be wrong more than someone who doe understand stuff but maybe you might think outside the box. You just would probably not be able to prove it practically.
"What do you think?"Me who has no clue what he said: I agree
I reckon theoretically it is possible but how negative mass could come to be is beyond our comprehension
@Jair M Yeah, I had to join them to feel cool
Same though 😂
strange that your reply is so like every other comments format here. funny how that works!
I guess it goes back to the age old question: does the universe adhere to mathematical laws, or are mathematical laws just a useful tool humans created to describe the universe?
@Emmy Sea This. I believe maths is just our interpretation of reality, and as such is also a language. Or rather, a part of language. It does some specific things, and is absolute pants at most other communication and interpretation.
The latter sounds more accurate
math is made to help humans comprehend how things work, and not change the laws of universe.
I think the universe has its laws. And mathematics is the way us humans can interpret, understand and teach them.
Mathematics is the ultimate form of universe knowledge.
“What do you think?” As if the most complicated scientific think i’ve ever done wasn’t a drawing of the water cycle with a ten pack of markers
@buh ZS Yes it is. When neutron stars go brr and spin they make pulses.
@SusNoJutsu isn't a pulsar something about neutron stars or something? (Ik it's unrelated but was just curious)
@Michael Davis that's what some scientist said about imaginary numbers not making sense and look at physics now..
@Michael Davis a -1 orange is an invisible force that makes the 1st orange you pick up in a group disappear from your hand ✋ 😀
@Michael Davis There are lots of things once can't imagine, having that be the basis of your argument isn't very good. For example, can you imagine a pulsar? (assuming you don't know it), you can't imagine what you don't know. I can't imagine me having good grades but that doesn't mean it's impossible and doesn't exist. While it's probably true that it doesn't exist, you reasoning is the problem. It probably only doesn't exist in this universe but it can exist in this dimension.
That's how I feel living with a Cosmic Eldritch being would be like. It just casually asks your opinion on the laws of the universe, with an honest curiosity, expecting you to have the answers. All that while the question itself gives you so much confusion that it's enough to drive you insane.
New conspiracy theory: this guy is a super intelligent alien that’s coming to share his wisdom with us
@The Kaz kos, or some say kosm
@Lowkey Lokii giant flying spaghetti god
@IMTX Not all of them are tentacle monsters.
*"Yo mama so skinny she got a negative mass"* there you go, demonstrated.
@Riyaadh It’s basically an endless cycle of “Yo mama”, “not my mama Yo mama”, “no not mine, yours”
@Emmy Oh well. You understood what I meant to write though
@Xertic94 Uh, the negative mass brings it toward you💀 So the person wouldn't really be ugly.
@NyanboMusic its not mass its the weight that goes to infinity. making my gravity same. its not the stars and blackholes rushing right ? its my shuttle. either you probably missed the part i said its theroretical or i didnt understand that you said :)
I love these shorts, filled as physics puzzles to figure out.8th grade science Teacher here- Why does the ball appear to go forwards? Inertia. The water has more inertia since it has more mass (more stuff to move in a given space). So it takes more force than the ball to speed it up at the same rate. F=ma. The amount of force moving the whole system (ball and water) is the same. What's different? Their mass. The ball, compared to the water, will accelerate more with the same amount of force. This can get longer and more boring but if you understand the matter in the universe as tiny particles that don't want to get too close or far it helps. And understanding how Newtons laws play a role (like f=ma)Looking up why cold air sinks as opposed to hot air rises might elaborate on some related ideas. I'll shut up now- I'm getting rambly
@Hunky all relatable coincidences with different masses and density, atmospheric pressure and all that, but I'm saying trying to push a helium balloon in a container cause it's a controllable area and can possibly control what gas you put in the container, especially if you were to use a vacuum chamber, you could easily suck out the air and replace it with pure oxygen, rather than our regular air which consists of so many other gases
>Looking up why cold air sinks as opposed to hot air rises might elaborate on some related ideas. its because cold airs more dense isnt it, thermal expansion or smth?just guessing here
@Axqu7227 makes complete sense, say the ball is .8oz and the water is 12oz (not fluid), so now I wonder, could there possibly be a similar phenomenon like say putting a helium balloon in a container of oxygen and moving it? Oh action lab! Haha
@Eric Purvis Then it becomes a reference frame question! "Negative" in this case would just mean "less than the water." Nobody would ever talk like this, but it's kinda like saying that the number 5 is negative relative to the number 10; that is, "if 10 was defined to be the new 0, then 5 would be a negative number." If the water's mass was defined to be zero, then the ball's mass would be negative. You can make certain calculations a lot easier by changing the reference frame like that.
@Cohen Smith All military instructors are terrible at being in the military then.
I’m far from a physicist but my guess would be that negative mass works as a mathematical concept in the same way that we can use positive currents in our calculations even though they don’t technically exist.
@Eric Klassen Not so fast. Mathematical modelling has been extremely succesful in predicting physics. Einstein's entire theory of relativity was based on mathematical modelling. The mass-energy equivelance was something that made sense on paper, but he never actually proved it experimentally.
As a math major, we all know that an equation is a mathematical model and doesn't make things appear in reality lol. I don't know what this guy was thinking with those equations as reasoning
Bingo. This video shows the difference between a math major who calls themselves a "physicist" or "scientist" and, ya know, ACTUAL physicists and scientists.
In Metaphysics an important distinction to think about is that just because something is mathematically possible does not mean it is always actual, it can help figure out actual things and help us understand it, but it won’t necessarily need to realistically exist in order to do that, one base example would be negative numbers
@Jakub Adamczyk positive and negative charges are just opposites and negative charges aren't literally negative iirc (I might be wrong), kind of like how electrons with up and down spins aren't literally spinning up and down. But yeah, debt is a good point there. I meant more in the sense of negative mass though. Negative numbers are definitely useful for things like money, but you can't apply it to mass.
@Spice For Spice Positive and negative charge? xDCash (positive) and debt (negative)? In physics even imaginary numbers are useful.
@Vernula Please explain how you can have a negative amount of something.
@Vernula Sure, it *could* be possible, and if so, then it has very interesting potential applications. But until such a point where we have actual evidence supporting this in real life, and not just theoretical numbers, it's moot point.You can propose any unfalsifiable claim and then argue that we should keep it in mind as a possibility. There are literally infinite unfalsifiable statements that *could* be made. If we had to constantly keep all of them in mind, we'd never get anything done. So it's much more logical to get evidence first and then propose a theory.Which is by no way trying to demean your point. Just trying to expound upon my viewpoint on the matter. Thanks for the conversation! ^_^
Is it not actual, or have we not found a way for it to be actual?Sorry, not trying Gotcha you, but I find it weird how so many people always seem to discount things that we can't prove but could theoretically work instead of leaving them in the back pocket to be kept in mind as a possibility.
I think that negative mass would be a horrifying force- instead of an object slowing down over time, or falling, or resisting being moved, it would fall upward, gain infinite speed, and just... become unstoppable.
I love how he asked “what do you think?” As if I’m smart enough to have an opinion!! 😂
@Salmon roe Guess so, but doesn't change the fact that even if you're right, lots of people want you to be wrong, regardless of circumstances.Internet is just a weird place overall...
I nearly had a heart attack when he showed those hefty math equations 😥😥
@JayHog1992 not exactly, people forget about the thinking part and often still are wrong wixh is the worst of both options.
@Salmon roe "It is better to think about something and be wrong than not thinking at all."I agree with that statement, but sadly the internet says otherwise most of the time. Especially in cesspools like twitter and Reddit.
Ok so, negative mass functions in math, and apparently, it lunges forward instead of dragging behind because of inertia when a force is applied.We still don't know what is pulling the universe apart, only that it is, and it's accelerating.Maybe negative mass is dark energy, or at least related to its effect, an inquantifiable force that applies constant motion to the spaces between regular matter, i'm no quantum physicist, but in a weird matter that makes sense.Has an expert already tried to draw a line between these two concepts? that might be an interesting idea, the concept of negative mass that accelerates when put in motion and excerts an opposite effect to that of gravity in normal mass definetly sounds like something that could explain dark energy
Mass is the measure of inertia, in other words, the resistance to a change in motion. If an object has negative mass, it would theoretically self propel when disturbed by an external force, violating the principal that energy cannot be created. Negative mass is therefore extremely unlikely. Also, just because it can fit into the equation, doesn't necessarily mean its true.
WAIT, anyway I think it would end up propelling you, kinda like a helium ballon, if you had a scale and you pushed down on it getting a weight and repeated the same action while pushing down on the top of the ballon (where it is rising) down onto the scale the force that is measured would decrease when compared with the two (assuming that you used the same amount of force for both).
Thats a good point, my assumption was that you wouldn't be able to interact with the object physically and thus you would just go through it, however after a quick google search I realized a object that you cant physically interact with would be light (kind off) which has a zero mass. So to have negative mass? Is it somehow easier to lift than nothing? If you were to try and lift it would it somehow help you propel its self upwards/in the direction you are pulling it from?EHEHEHEHEHEHEHEH?Anyway I love your answer to the question.
I think negative mass is impossible, based on the fact that everything that exist has mass, with exceptions being Light and Vacuum. The experiment that was shown and kinda explained just shows that things lighter than the mass around it would be pushed in the same direction the container is pushed, as it would take more energy to move the heavier mass in the same direction instead of leaving it at the same place. What's bothering me the most in this short is the fact, air is implied to have zero mass, which is wrong as we all should know.Just because it's mathmatically possible doesn't mean it works in the real world. Rather it shows how incosistent math can (and cannot) be adapted into practice.Additionally, math is just a theoretical piece in the mind of humans, created by humans and nothing else. It was created to make these equations and formulas to picture ourselves what the power of anything is and what that means or could mean. Simply making numbers negative doesn't mean you can equally easily assume a conclusion to said change.
Considering objects that have normal mass often times weigh downwards, I think negative mass would actually float rather than be affected by gravity. The heavier something is, the more it's weight pulls down on you when you lift it up. Something light has the same effect, but less. And if something has neutral mass then lifting it and letting it go would render it remaining in the same position. This can be seen when objects are put in space.When you lift an object into space it pretty much experiences neutral mass. Since there's no gravity or enacting forces, then you can lift an object and if you can get it to stay in the same position without moving it at all, it will stay still forever.So think about this. If mass weighs down, and neutral mass stays in the same position, then wouldn't negative mass go up? If you tried to lift negative mass, it would likely hoist your arm up into the air at a certain speed depending on the amount of negative mass you're lifting. This being said, negative mass cannot exist on Earth. The only place it could be found would be in space where it would have neutral mass.
Imagine that you tried to push down on a heavy object that was resting on the ground. It wouldn't go anywhere but it would press down on the surface even harder and you would feel a push upwards from it as a reaction.If it were less than zero mass it would be trying to rise on it's own and never stop. If you tried to lift it you would simply push yourself away from it - downwards. It would not hoist your arm also upwards.
That's not necessarily the case. Do we know that a negative mass would produce an inverted gravitational field, or is mass in the laws of gravitation only relevant by its absolute value?I don't know the formulae, but if someone does, please elucidate.
“Does negative mass exist?”Me sitting here being a mass of negativity lol
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Wow this thread is full of negative mass
@Mrs. Sprite So if someone made a joke about ur weight, u think that's funny?
I think if we found a negative mass lots of breakthroughs in science would be happening very fast. I think it would be really really cool too
sounds like a pretty neat topic, i find the whole "equations work just fine with negative mass" really interesting, im only just learning physics but it seems cool. it also kinda asks the question if math is just something we use to help understand whats around us or if everything around us adheres to math and its principles
What do I think? I think you have a fantastic channel and your content keeps me glued to the screen whether it be 60 seconds or your full flix stuff.
The fact the "negative" mass and the normal ball below adjusted by what looked like an equal amount honestly blew my mind more than the concept itself
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with negative mass
If two things with negative mass interact with each other, wouldn't the result look like it had positive mass? What if mass was ± or absolute value?
Well, to be honest our knowledge of the more intricate workings of the universe is rudimentary at best, it's impossible for us to know right now whether negative mass could be a possibility beecause there's just so much that we might not know yet about it
Mass exists because of interactions with the Higgs field, and depends on the flow of time as we experience it moving from past to future. Those equations may work with negative mass, because it's implied you are also working with negative time. Negative mass and positive time can't exist side by side because information can't travel faster than the speed of light. When you pull a string attached to a positive mass, that information is passed from atom to atom until it reaches the ball, which is how it "knows" where to go. On the other hand pulling a string attached to a negative mass would require that the information of where it's going to move backwards through time, i.e. faster than light.
In university I was taught about negative *effective* mass. This can occur for electrons in a solid as they respond to electromagnetic radiation. They don't actually have negative mass. It's just the interaction with the periodic potential of atoms (it might make an interesting video if you try to visualize it).
Mathematicians: "What if we put a (-) in front?"..."Dear god what have we done?"
Square root has a positive answer, nobody cares.Square root has a negative answer, AND EVERYONE LOSES THEIR MINDS!
*cries in complex numbers*
@mr sugar dear god, stop, please 😭
@mr sugar guys ..keep the 6 likes on this comment ..i like that am also not liking it .
You know some sins can't be forgiven, right?
Matter as we know it (having positive mass) is bound to have gravitational force pulling between bodies at every scale, even atomic. This pull is represented by the formula F=G*(m1*m2)/r^2. Mathematically, 2 negative masses would still be pulled closer together, because the negatives cancel each other out in the formula. But if you compare a negative mass with a positive mass, the resulting force will be negative pushing the 2 bodies away. Assuming that negative mass atoms and positive mass atoms were equally distributed in the universe originally, the negatives will be drawn closer together while being repelled by the positives, and vice versa. Eventually the entire universe would become divided into 2 equal, and separate, halves, each being negative and positive respectively.
It's an interesting idea and harnessing it could be the key FTL and numerous other technologies. Negative mass could actually be the "holy grail" that makes even Star Wars Tech "realistic."
in quantum physics you gotta deal with the conundrum of having negative kinetic energy. since kinetic energy's equation is (mv^2)/2 and v^2 can never be negative (because velocity cannot be imaginary, as it's comprised of 3 real quantities: distance, time, and direction), then to get negative KE you gotta have negative mass.
Its just a misinterpretation of the equations to say that they imply negative mass imo. Theres lots equations that can be used with negative time or negative frequency, but that doesn't mean those quantities correlate to anything.
@vendingmachineofkidnapping thanks 👍
@Isaiah "imo" means in my opinion in internet slang
No but if they work with negative mass a pretty good but still low chance that’s what he was implying btw what the “imo” for?😄
"What do you think?"I think that just because something is theoretically possible doesn't mean it actually exists. Something that can happen may happen, but that it can is no guarantee that it has or will without first being enacted by someone with a will and the requisite technology to so do.
I'm gonna go with just the Newtonian Physics equation, since that's by far the simplest: a negative mass with a positive acceleration would lead to the force also being negative. It is effectively just a reference frame shift from what your hand imparts on the ball/string, to what the ball and string imparts on your hand.
I love the concept, i have seen this kind of things in videogames programing videos so im kinda familiar with the concept, but i never have thought how would It be in the real life really cool and interesting
The laws of physics don’t govern physics, they’re just theoretical constructs that describe physics. I’m not saying negative mass doesn’t exist, but I am saying we have no real reason to believe it does
All I keep thinking is, just because we don't observe something happening in front of us in nature, doesn't mean it can't somehow be done. It's very possible that things like negative mass, or as it effectively implies, faster than light travel, are possible to do, just that whatever mechanism could create them is so complex that we wouldn't observe it in nature.
"What do you think will happen when you lift negative mass?"The game crashes
The object, and possibly you, who may stay attached to said object, fly off outside the boundaries of the universe.
I think it's pretty straightforward: it's like doing pull-ups and handstand push-up. If we had negative mass/weight we would do pull-ups and handstands upside-down so you could still target more effectively the back muscles. Having negative mass would help us in the first instances of the movement (either pushing or pulling) but the efforts/difficulty would increase as we instantly switched directions of the movement (either pushing or pulling) finally feeling the negative mass, now acting as normal/positive mass until the force of the weight "realizes" the new direction it's meant to be going finally helping again the individual to perform and complete the rep. This would repeat it self everytime an individual with negative mass would perform this exercises on the pull up bar. The effects and the performance would be the same ( pull ups and handstand push-up) , but upside-down (so we could pull to perform pull-ups and we could push to do handstand push-ups) so we can target the right muscles demanded by the exercises.
When you lift negative mass what actually happens is that the mass lifts you. Yes, thanks, I'll take the Nobel Prize in physics now.
Conclusion, the ball just has better ping than us
yeah most probaly!
@Arcangel0723 i mean that the technical way to put but he wasn't wrong u just overcomplicating things when it was correct if u cant even interact with the game because of lag then it isn't smooth not everything needs a full explanation
It all makes sense now
@apoorv 438965 ba dum tssss!!!
Could this theoretically be used to go faster than the speed of light?
Negative Mass is like Reversing Forwards. Technically possible, but bugger if we'll ever find out.
I love physics and i love this video! Good job!
As long as it's a solid it's easy to image. Now imagine having a a gas with negative mass inside a baloon: how would it behave with negative pressure inside it?
It would just be a vacuum
Trying to imagine what negative mass actually would be seems impossible. What’s however nature does not care about my cognitive abilities, so I suppose it could exist.
@111Econ To be fair, our understanding of science is paradigm based which is based on observations. So depends if we are arguing sci realism vs constructivism.
So could God :)
Reverse the polarity in atoms parts.
This is a very exciting video. You recently have been filling up my feed. All things being served for a reason. Indeed I agree that negative mass is real. We can t have a positive with out the negative. Two sides of all! The game is to find what in between both of those? An equanimity mass”? Breaking duality. Many thought turning around this Casimir plates. Yay energy!
“What do you think?”I have no idea what negative mass is and I am still confused how the ball is looking into the future
Would that mean if I try to push negative mass upward it would start moving upward by itself resulting in a feedback loop and keep going upward infinitely 🤔
It would already be going upwards from the beginning
Negative only really makes sense when it’s relative right? Like you put “0” in one location and then let’s say you move to the right it starts counting up, but then you move left it goes negative. I guess it’d depend on where the starting point is. But when it comes to quantity it’s hard to really imagine let’s say... negative apples, unless of course it’s relative like you owe someone apples so you go into apple debt. But the universe can’t really go into mass debt though, can it? How does one take away mass that isn’t there?
For those people wondering why the ball inside the jar moved forward is because water was being moved backward, thus forcing the ball to move forward.
@None of your Business yes, I know about that. I think I might use wrong words so it might sound confusing. What I want to say is in order to make the ball seems stationary in container's perspective (or you might say have the same speed and acceleration) the total forces need to be like bla bla bla that I have said. I've never said that the ball will not feel any force. Also, idk if you're confused about my first explanation or not. If you do you can tell me. Now you're just explaining concepts that I already know and it will never ends. Idk what topic we are trying to talk.
@Black Coat yes, the ball is less dense than the water.
WHILE READING THIS HALF OF MY MIND WAS LOST SOMEWHERE AND ONE OF EYE WAS LOOKING IN A DIFFRENT DIRECTION FORM OTHER IT WAS LIKE I WAS DOING THE "EYE THING"
Inertia of rest I think
@Sheldon Cooper imagine you're in a car, and the car then the car starts at 20km/hr speed, at first you'll feel a sudden force but eventually you'll be at rest relative to the car. When the car is always increasing in speed, you'll always feel force because your body has to always adjust due to continues change in speed.
Maybe it'd fly away from things with gravity, instead of be attracted to it. So all the "Negative" mass is incredibly far away at the edges of the universe and we haven't found it. Or the force of the Big Bang caused it to rapidly compact, rather than fly away.
It works fine conceptually, but doesn't necessarily work in practice, like many other things.Antimatter is already a concept that's been floating around for a while, though.
If there is negative mass, we can actually time travel
Iam not very smart but what if, a negative mass in mathematics is simply a way to explain the effects of buoyancy on an object.Kinda like (gravity - buoyancy = weight of an object)
“What do you think?”Yeah, I’m not sure I’m capable of contributing anything of value to this particular topic. Thanks for asking though! 😂
Yeah I was like hmmmm... what does negative mass even mean?
@Grumpy Goose Just be sure to stay vigilant when it comes to the Dunning-Kroogs
Don't beat yourself down. Even uneducated speculation has a lot of value. It's how we learn.
Tesla and others started with finished ideas in their head and just failed so many times they got one right here and there.... Concepts are valuable information to the right people.
negative mass would just be the universe itself, or a supernova, constantly Expanding until it reach the energy treshold of a positive mass, then like a black hole it would retract on itself by gainnning more and more positive mass until a colapse and a restart of the cycle
I think water has mass and the fact that we came up with even the idea of negative mass is brilliant, great job if it does or does not exist
Of course it exists i just hope we figure out how to make it soon so we can go out and explore the universe in a reasonable timespan
"What do you think?"me: yeah true... anyways time to see why no one has measured the speed of light
My first thought:Pulling a negative mass is called pushing
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How would you though 🤔
@Lukas Schällibaum who asked
What do I think? I think the mass of the water is lagging and the floating ball is just getting out of the way....effectively acting upon its buoyancy against the new direction of the net force....So, not "negative" mass...and not weird.
As an esteemed scientist myself I can fully back up the idea of negative mass existing in the universe. I experienced it first hand and in the form of my ex 🤮
That's all relative like the example you showed off the ping pong ball in water. If you set the water as 0, then the ping pong ball has negative mass.To us, the water has a mass and space is 0 mass.But what if space isn't actually absolute 0 (in terms of mass).
If these calculated principles stand true in our own localized planetary experiments, meaning we calculate something and then test it, I don't see why this wouldn't stand true outside of our atmosphere. If we even need to go that far too find negative mass. I think it's true in some aspect but we may be missing some understanding not having actually experienced it.
"Remember when cars had positive mass? Haha, crazy times!" Flies ayway
@AumSome - can u repeat it not the only unknown.
this is the funniest comment of the week
@Daniel D cool
@Abdallah Ahmed You don't know what you're talking about.
If you're not a Dad, you're on track to be an awesome one. You have so much to share. 😊
Well, if you just make the mass of something negative by removing the gravitational effect on the object, you can make it float upwards away from the earth, making it fall but backwards.
There's a few problems with this. Firstly gravity has no effect on mass only weight and secondly in a 0 gravity location, objects wouldn't start floating up unless a force pushed them
Would negative mass entail backward causality? I mean, if the ball if moving ahead before the energy from the string transfers to it, doesn't that mean that the effect preceded the cause?
I think its possible, because some substances like helium are lighter than others, here air for example. So there could also be one thats somehow negativley heavy and float in a vacuum
The relationship between helium and the air we breathe is one of density. Not sure if that would apply to negative mass in a vaccum.
I would need “negative mass” better defined before I’m willing to seriously consider it. Geometry allows for negative lengths, but that doesn’t mean they are actually possible in reality.
@dood mass is not defined to be a magnitude
Yeah, and if it's really a thing, is it incorporeal? because I can see how it could be faster than light, but would it just be like a lase pointed at the moon? a few inches on the left and the point would fly faster than the speed of light because it isn't a physical entity
@Logic Builder that is making my ethanol fueled brain swim in pain with the grandpa paradox
@Derek Bauer If you don't think it's very hard then give me an example of negative mass is a real world case scenario.
@sheparddog117 I'm not that good at physics, but perhaps something with negative mass goes backwards through time. Just an idea.
Wasn't there that video by Kyle Hill stating that negative mass could theoretically be used to open or power wormholes?
I mean, what would negative mass look and act like? It would do the opposite of any force applied to it. Would this mean that it would just float away from any gravitational field?
I think the most interesting thing about this video is the possibility of how particles with negative mass would react to other objects. Would they essentially create negative gravity, pushing other objects away? If an object with negative mass were to be in contact with an object with mass would there be a negative normal force? If you were able to capture enough objects with negative mass would you be able to create anti-gravity tools?
Would negative mass therefore help with creating stuff in the vein of suspensors (40k doodads that somehow make things lighter) or anti-gravity stuff like hovercraft?
Its an interesting concept but those equations are related to time not mass, you'd probably need negative time.
"What do you think will happen when you lift negative mass?"We would be one lifted
Ok so first of all I didn’t even know a vacuum(enclosed space with no gravity) existed and know there’s a literal negative mass simulator. That’s crazy
"What do you think"Me: Man that was an amazing burger i wish i could go back
Lol i can relate
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@Robert M Ik
There's so much of the universe that is a complete unknown to us, and a lot of science's current projections on the makeup of space doesn't match up with more recent data. Long way of saying, why the heck shouldn't we have matter with negative mass?
Negative mass doesn't violate physics as we know it, but as we haven't been able to observe it or have a compelling case for it like the Higgs Boson did before we found it, we cannot make any assumptions that it does exist. This is also true for the magnetic monopole.
It's amazing. How did we get negative mass? The ball still have mass, we just put it in a denser environment. So i don't get it when he said negative mass.🤔
Speaking from a totally uneducated perspective, if the mathematical theories of the laws of physics say it can work, wouldn't it just mean that it has just not been discovered yet? From my understanding, if the math checks out then it's not a matter of whether it is 'possible' or not, but rather a matter of 'when' or 'where' we will find it.
In a couple centuries kids are gonna be making memes about what life was like before negative mass was discovered and it is just everyone sinking into the ground
@N.C. Pictures i know that i was just talking about population growth
@Splitty nah, in countries like Nigeria they have a lot of children because the parents don't get any pension so they need a secure income of money, cue in the insane amount of children they have. What would at least somewhat solve this issue is a proper money income after retirement, when unable to work for medical reasons, etc.
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"What do you think?"_as if i understood what just happened!_
mass can never e negative, it can only be negative when compared to another body's mass. its like speed, u cant get negative speed but you can get negative velovity.
Well wouldn’t all objects with negative mass travel above the speed of light, making it impossible to interact with other matter in 4 dimensions?
Negative mass would theoretically chase positive mass as the negative mass chases it, creating energy out of no where. There’s a law of physics that states energy cannot be created, so wouldn’t negative mass be an impossibility in our universe?
Another way to explain this, the liquid is heavier than the ball, therefore has more inertia. As the jar is moved, the heavier liquid lags behind and propels the ball forward. Really cool!!
Did nobody else see the other ball underneath the jar?
@Will Jackson thank God someone was able to clearly explain the explanation from the video lol
This is the answer. The water gets compressed at the back where he is pushing and the air filled ball flies to the front. Why don't you fill a ball with water then put it in the jar and do the same thing
That’s the answer! Negative mass? Go back physical school! The experiment can not explain that
He showed how it worked. There was a ball hanging out of the container at its bottom counteracting the direction of the ball in the water. When he moved the container the ball outside the containers inertia forced the ball in the water to appear to move in the same direction. At least that's what I saw.
what if it’s just about how we define 0 mass? for example if we said the the ping pong ball had 0 mass and we changed everything else around it so that the relative differences still align, some things would have negative mass. would this change anything? what are peoples thoughts
Just because when you plug it in equations and it works, doesn't mean it exists tho, right? Like imaginary numbers; yeah they helped mathematicians uncover lots of new math, and plugging imaginary numbers into important functions reveal important detials within mathematics, but this doesn't suddenly mean imaginary numbers must exist, because they worked within functions.
Considering that the physics exist to allow simulation of the concept, yes, there's a likelihood of negative mass existing.
"What do you think?"I think this is the first time I've ever even heard of negative mass lmao
"Negative mass is killing your gains"- Jeff
@Liqiye athlete? Athlete isn't a term to describe a way of weightlifting?
@FireFoxTony he trains like a athlete lmao
@FireFoxTony ohh gotcha.
@Wolfee sorry. I meant to say that he trains similar to a bodybuilder. He doesn't train with percentages like powerlifters and doesn't train like a strongman to my knowledge?
Ooh, let’s talk further!! I wish this was the introduction to a whole lecture
I mean, I’m just a biology student, but I suppose that could imply the existence of negative equivalents to particles in the universe like negative atoms, negative photons, etc. Though that begs the question of what functions these could serve in the big chemical formula of existence, and, for funzies, what would happen in these hypothetical negative particles came into contact with positive particles? Would they just...equalize? Like, would a photon and a hypothetical negative photon cancel each other out and cease to exist? Though that’d be extra weird, however, I suppose it would be cool because then it’d be an instance of matter being destroyed instead of conserved. It would probably feel like a computer glitch irl. Two objects coming into contact and clipping out of the known universe.
"This is... More math that I ever want to see again."
It works you just have to reverse the polarity of the neutron flow.
These are the type of people that makes learning fun and interesting.
@Nonna Urbisness Well that holds true if you watch this video once and are done with it. But if it motivates you into looking deeper into the topic it still makes learning more fun and interesting. See it more as a movie teaser, you still have to go and put the effort in and watch the whole move to understand the story of movie, but the short video tells you that there is something interesting to look into. And more on this videos subject can be found in the video description.
@Louder With Chowder How about you? You shut them up for no reason like what is wrong
You'll forget this shit 2 hours after you're done surfing the internet
i think that this is a very interesting thing to discuss with my friends who don't know anything about physics
the way you demonstrated clearly shows that the ping pong ball with negative mass moves forward as the surrounding is more denser than the ping pong ball but then in air, ping pong ball is more denser