Questions About Physics

Physics (from Greek φυσική "natural" from φύσις "nature") is the field of natural science: the science of the most general laws of nature, of matter, its structure, movement and rules of transformation. The concepts of physics and its laws underlie all natural science. It is an exact science. The term "physics" first appears in the writings of one of the greatest thinkers of antiquity, Aristotle (4th century BC). Originally, the terms "physics" and "philosophy" were synonymous, as both disciplines were based on the desire to explain the laws of the functioning of the universe. However, as a result of the scientific revolution of the 16th century, physics developed into an independent scientific branch.

Why, if you push a balloon, it will move fast at first, and then will abruptly slow down?
Why does a person walking on skis not fall through the snow?
What force opposes Entropy? If it were not for this force, there would be only chaos?
A question to which I already know the answer, but it would still be interesting to hear your opinion: "Which is more important now, the study of physics or psychology?"?
What would happen if a match were lit on the planet Titan?! How would the liquid methane that covers this planet react?
What is the aggregate state of fire?
The zero-galvanometer shows 0, what does it mean?
What radiation poses a threat during a nuclear explosion?
Why can't we observe the fourth dimension?
What are the laws of physics used to develop rockets?
How to write a mini essay on "What physics learns"?
Why and what minerals give off a spark on impact?
Which happens faster: heating or cooling and why?
Is it possible to artificially make a dormant volcano erupt?
"Weightlessness" on the ISS due to constant free fall. Will there be "weightlessness" if the ISS rotates in geostationary orbit?
How much ATP would it take to reach the speed of light?
In what decay the atom passes from the excited to the stationary state?
How much healthier are the metal detector frames?(e.g., if you walk through them every day) Why can't you walk through them with a pacemaker?
1) How photons appear when the diameter of a conductor connected to a galvanic cell decreases? 2) How do photons arise from increasing friction or striking dielectrics such as silicon?
At which connection the amperage is greater?

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