Virtual world

By Rajja

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10100 only 30 Please use pause || button… I have

“More massive

object falls faster than a less massive object”

-Aristotle (384 BC – 322

“All unequal weights would fall with the same finite speed in a vacuum”

Pisa Tower experiment

One single experiment disproved, 2000 years belief on

C E R N
European laboratory for particle physics Biggest particle physics laboratory Do u know how many scientists are working in CERN? Some 7,000 scientists from 33

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My ?s are..

• Do u think we have only 7000 brightest mind in the world? • Will your teen-age daughter be allowed to work in particle science? science • Do u know what happened to Marie Curie, due to overexposure of radiation? radiation • Have you really understood the fact behind the prism experiment of Newton, when you did? • How many times you got irritated, when you have to do the same experiment with different parameters? parameters • How about the your accuracy of measurement? measurement • Finally, can you repro your experiment with

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• If we get a virtual lab…

What

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Anyone can work Security will not be an issue Radiation will not hurt your daughter Changing parameter will be so simple

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Accuracy will be more than human measurement Repro with slow-motion will be simple Experiment models can be download from and upload to
web like Picasa web album If we gat a virtual lab, everything is possible.

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What is..

• Virtual World is a tool • All basic elements - matter, antimatter, quantum, quark, election and everything – are defined • Their behaviors are defined. • All scientific laws are defined. • So, objects in this virtual lab will behave exactly same as that of real life. • Experiment models upload to and download from web will be possible (like Picasa web album). • Experiment models will be simple scripts, so

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Example

Let’s repro the leaning tower experiment. Prerequisite
o Add iron ball1 - weight 10 kg o Add iron ball2 - weight 1 kg

Steps

1) Move ball 1& 2 to 10 meters up from ground. 2) Release them. Note the timeConclusion released. 3) Measure the time reached by ball 1 & 2. 4) Compare the timings.
– Repro the right. Galileo is experiment in slow motion, to see hitting of unequal weights at same time.

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Possible?

• How many billion $ are being spent for creating visual effects in movies? movies • How many billion $ are being spent for creating more detailed games? games • If game characters can able to behave according to user interface, can’t possible for

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Vote plz..

Mr. Stephen Hawking will vote for Virtual World, I believe. Please join with him & make Virtual World real

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Hey, Have you ever done, the Pisa Tower

Thank You

Virtual world

By Rajja

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