Atom-collider, Computer Engineering

Many physicists believe that the universe is governed by a single system. A system which is capable of describing the behaviour of the very large (stars and planets) and the very small (atoms and particles).

In this project, we will make a application called an Atom-Collider to show this phenomenon. Where the user can select two masses and two velocities. After selecting these variables, the two masses will collide, and the following equation will apply:

The left hand side of this equation is the energy before the collision. And the right hand side of the equation is the energy after the collision. Notice the ?not equal? sign, which is true for this equation when we are dealing with sub-atomic particle.

The result of the energies will appear on the screen two show that the energy before and the energy after are NOT equal. For the energy (after the collision); will apply a formula which decreases the value of the energy (before the collision).

And by this we can claim that the lost energy is travelled in to a place that cannot be observed (even with modem instruments).

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