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Q: Time dilation for a moving electronic clock

cavemanIs this a correct application for the time dilation theorem? Suppose an electronic clock has a copper wire of length $d$, which allows the electrons to take $t$ seconds to complete a cycle on the $d$-long copper wire, in the electronic clock. Then, the the entire clock is moving in a rocket at ...

 
 
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Q: Do gluons interact with each other by the strong foce?

TaeNyFanI learned that strong force between quarks are mediated by gluons. What does this say about interactions between gluons? Do they interact with each other by the strong force?

 
 
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Q: Time-reversing a quantum computation: what does this mean for the future of physics and is it considered to be time travel?

Omar Einstein Today, researchers have reversed time in a quantum computer (maybe violating the second law of thermodynamics). So, What does that mean for the future of physics? and is this considered a time travel? Further information: "Arrow of time and its reversal on the IBM quantum computer" (2019-03-1...

 

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