Hey Donali==The u/s stands for up shift. This tells you when to upshift the trans for the best economy. If it has been a while since it has been tuned up it probably needs one. GoodluckJoe
Answer to your question YES.Actualy a EGR valve doesn't reallystart working until you get up to higher speeds. At idel and slowerspeeds it's not active. So if something is wrong with it weatherit be EGR senser bad diaphragm orvacum hose the problem will showupat lower speeds and idle. It actually ca…
The most common problem is switch on side of transmission.(If bulbs and fuse are good)
Another common problem with reverse lights is a faulty ground.Check for the black ground wire off the lights in the back. If the connection to the ground (body or frame) is rusted or broken repair it.
It could be that the cruise is on
Never heard of a speed light. The only thing I can think of that you might be talking about is a shift light. This light is used to indicate shift points. Shift when the light comes on. All of the lights on you dash are explained in your owner's manual.
Part 1: General relativity has gravity act on photons not directly
(as with objects with mass) but by bending the space&time
around the object. The photons are unaffected. The path they take
is curved, so they appear to bend. Sort of like how you can walk in
a "straight line" on earth, but event…
You cannot travel at the speed of light. _________________________________
If you were moving at the speed of light and looked behind you a few things could possibly happen. 1st after the flash of light that was traveling with you showing what was behind you all you would see is black, because no…
Speed of light in a vacuum
The speed of light (c) in a vacuum, is exactly 299,792,458 meters per second (ms-1), which rounds up very nicely to 300,000,000 ms-1, which scientists write as 3 x 108 ms-1.
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probable plugged catalytic converter...simple air flow test on front o2 sensor port will verify..
It could be corroded bulb contacts, switch contacts or other electrical connection. Clean the contacts and coat them with electrical contact grease to prevent future corrosion.
OR it could also be just a defective bulb. Same thing happens on light bulbs in my home AND headlights on my car…
Yes, assuming a vessel prepared for travel at the light the headlight would work. No. Assuming a car could travel at the speed of light, and assume the headlights were isolated to feed the electricity to the bulbs, and assuming the bulb lit up, the light would not project forward through space light…
have diagnostics run firstjust ran into this recently and it's still being worked on. from a few mechanics, I've had the following suggestions:check the timing belt (least likely)check spark plugs (could be misfiring)get the catalytic converter checked, as it could be clogged and preventing your car…
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An auto-darkening helmet contains an electronic shutter module. This module contains fixed/static IR (Infra-Red) and UV (Ultraviolet) filters that require no electricity to operate along with an electrically operated LC (Liquid Crystal) light valve or shutter. The LC valve/shutter darkens/lightens w…
Obeying PhotonsPhotons by definition travel at the speed of light. They are unaffected by mass dilation since they have no mass, but are affected by time dilation: a photon could conceivably travel "forever" from our point of view since no time would pass from a photon's reference frame. So yes, the…
Purchase a tach and it will come with instructions for installation.
There is a product called "Tiny Tach" used for ultralight airplanes. Very accurate digital, does not care how many cylinders you have. Installed by wrapping a wire around a spark plug wire, and connecting the other wire to…
Try adding some brake fluid to your vehicle. This happened on my 2000 Grand Caravan and when I took it in for service they charged me an arm and a leg for brake fluid.
The idle speed decreases to a set point as the engine warms up naturally. The engine when cold needs more fuel than air to stay idling. As the engine temp rises it tells the computer to cut back on the fuel and when it does it lowers the idle rpms. It is a natural thing. If your oil light …
A reference point is part of the definition of movement or
The difference, over time, of your distance or orientation to a
given reference point or points defines movement.
There's no proof that nothing can travel faster than the speed of light, but according to Einstein's theory of relativity as an object moves more quickly it also gains mass. Accordingly accelerating an object up to the speed of light would require infinite energy because it gets harder and harder to…
How fast is sound and light?
The speed of sound is at about 344 m/s and the speed of light is at about 3 X 108 m/s. If you would like to test it out, wait for a thunderstorm. The lightning and the thunder start at the same place while the lightning is faster. That will demonstrate the speed differe…
Light always travels at the speed of light. The only time that's 299,792,458 meters per second ( " c " )is when it's traveling in vacuum.
Light's speed is a constant, but it appears to slow down in any media. Everything through which light might have to travel will cause it to appear to slow down. And it isn't necessarly associated with the density of a medium, but its refractive index. Let's set that aside and tackle the question. Wh…
Things (with mass) cannot be accelerated to the speed of light (or beyond) under any circumstances. That's because as an object is accelerated and its velocity approaches that of light, the energy used to increase its velocity is converted into mass. The more energy that is added to the object in an…
Actually a plane mirror inverts an image not side to side, but front to back.
If you hold up your right hand in front of a mirror, the images of the parts of your hand closest to you will be the farthest away. It is this inversion that turns a left hand into a right hand, while le…
Assuming that it is indeed possible for a sole entity apart from
light to travel at the speed of light, it would require an
acceleration no greater then the maximum g-force a human can
withstand. That being said, the average human can withstand safely
a g-force of about 3G. A trained human can withs…
because the light travels str8 and if it hits a curved reflection your eves will follow there fore it looks upside down
Because its a convex mirror. A regular mirror shifts everything from left to right but a convex mirror reverses on a horizontal plane versus a vertical …
note: I already had the fuel filter replaced so please don't tell me that
Check your throttle position sensor, along with with your mass air flow sensor, there have been situations when the egr valve can cause this issue
The general idea of breakthrough propulsion is get another generation of motive power out and usable. That makes "false" a possible (or probable) answer. The ideas of "common physics" preclude faster-than-light travel. But there may be something available to take some "shortcuts" through the fabric …
i don't know, but i want to know how , so if anyone knows, let me know...PCI Express X16 is up to 8GB/S.For reference:http://www.pctvshop.com/dvbs2-tv-tuner-card-tbs6921-p-26.html
Life is NOT a form of energy, and
NOTHING known moves with a speed greater
than that of light.
So your answer is no!
1) So far, we have not been able to figure out a way to get objects with mass to travel at the speed of light. The energy required to do so would be infinitely large, and since there's no such thing as an infinite supply of energy, it's impossible. 2) That being said, if you were to travel at very c…
-with a time machine. cause its fun. i like my answer. it's short, simple, and to the point. :) P.S. sry science guy, i only like bill nye!!!!-I'd like to start off by saying that time travel has always been my life's work. I am a very serious scientist in the field and reject many modern t theorie…
At what are called relativistic speeds (some 90% the speed of light and more), time slows down appreciably. At the speed of light, time stops. But as anything with any mass is accelerated near the speed of light, it gains mass (because the energy being put into it to move it is converted into that m…
Ive seen it happen once on film and it happens very quickly the people inside the the pool remained where they were and the water flattened out in the yard very quickly.I think the odds of getting hurt are there but very slimm
Thank you. I guess it would depend if your yard goes downhill. I also s…
the shorter the distance , the brighter the light
Technically, this question is flawed, since one of the most important rules in physics is that no matter that has mass can travel at or above the speed of light (this is why scientists argue that traveling back in time is impossible) you would need extreme force and very special circumstances. Howe…
No,it can fall dozens of time in the same place.
Go to starryskies.com/Artshtml/dln/5-00/lightening.html or wvlightning.com/lmwn1a.shtml
Depending on your interpretation of the myth, it can be true, there has never been a recorded instance where a lightning hit in the same way rather …
There isn't a completely simple answer to this question, but I'll try and give you some 'rules of thumb'.
As I'm sure you are well aware, the distance a golf ball carries depends on quite a few factors, e.g.:
a) atmospheric conditions
b) clubhead speed at impact
c) how close to the …
Yes, it is possible for sub-atomic particles to travel faster than the speed of light (186,000 miles/second). A total of 15,000 neutrino beams were fired from Geneva, Switzerland --> Gran Sasso, Italy and were found to arrive about 60 nanoseconds faster than light would have. "It is a tiny diffe…
No. Faster-than-light travel is physically impossible for several reasons, the main reason being that the energy required to accelerate to the speed of light approaches infinity as you approach the speed of light (a side effect of relativity).There is only a finite amount of energy within the univer…
That simply means that you can't measure anything with 100%
The universe consists only of space, mass and energy. The word
'speed' is applicable only to mass (solid, liquid, or gas) or
energy (heat, light, electromagnetic waves, etc.). Darkness is not
a mass nor energy, so the word speed cannot be applied to
Darkness is the absence of light. There…
Nothing in this universe travels with the speed greater than or equal to the speed of light.
According to the special theory of relativity, if an object is traveling with the speed of light, length contraction of that object takes place. The length of the object in the direction of the motion will …
The average tornado moves at 35 mph. However some tornadoes are
stationary while others can move at over 70 mph.
The speed of light like any other speed is measured in relation to the distance and time (Speed= Distance/Time. Example: 50miles/hour). Say one individual with watches set exactly at the same time stand from one another within a mile of distance, one turns on a flashlight at a specific moment in tim…
it takes up to 8in a half minutes ( 530 seconds.)50 lightyears
Light travels at 300,000 kps in air. Glass is a more dense medium
than air. This means that the particles in glass are more than
compared to air. Because of this, light will slow down, thus will
bend towards the line of equilibrium (which is a fancy word for
line of the center). This makes the light…
The constancy of the speed of light in vacuum is the keystone of relativity. Because of this, the frequency/wavelenth of the light changes relative to the observer when the source is approaching or receding from the observer. That's why there is red shift.Usually, this is explained by analogy to the…
This speed is 299 792 458 m/s in vacuum. This is a conventional
accepted value as exactly true.
Darkness is not an entity, so it does not travel and has no speed. In principle, a shadow or nonentity could "travel" faster than the speed of light. For example, if you pivoted a powerful laser a few degrees the point of light would travel across a screen very far away at a "speed" greater than li…
The simplest answer is that light consists of particles with wave properties. Elementary particles also have wave properties. This is how light travels.
Yes, according to principles of subquantum kinetics and not that convential physics most people use, superluminal (faster than light/photon/pure energy speeds) speeds can be achieved. Using electrogravitics, it is possible, as well as, it has been recorded by Russian scientist/physicist Podkletno…
Light Speed is aproximately 186,355 miles per second
the speed of light = Batman
NO! According to relativity theory it is not possible for
anything with mass to travel faster than light.
However there are particles that have been hypothesized (but
never detected, so they may not exist) called tachyons (meaning
"the fast ones") that always travel faster than the speed of light.
It definitely uses reflection from a number of mirrors inclined to each other.
Basic: Mach is a measurement of the speed of sound in air. Therefore, mach6 is six times the speed of sound in air. 761.2 * 6 = 4,567.2 mile/hour (mph) More in depth: "Mach" is a relative measurement of speed and fluid temperature. Here are some examples of Mach 6:Mach 6 at sea level (0 feet) is …
An object (like us) whose common situation is to be below the speed of light, can never quite reach the speed of light. In theory, such an object can get quite close to the speed of light, though. There are particles - such as photons - that can only travel at the speed of light.
Regardless of type of CPU (Central Processing Unit) or amount of RAM (Random Access Memory), eventually windows computer systems performance decreases within time.
To understand how to keep your system constantly running at peak performance go to:
The other possible r…
You see dark the same time light is gone I don't know but I think the speed of dark is as fast as the speed of light
(c0) = 29 979 245 800.00 019 centimeters per second (cm/sec). . . Lightning's maximum speed is just short of30 centimeters per one-million-th of a second. Credit due: Benjamin Drew Franklin.
The speed of light in a vacuum is 186,282.397 miles per second or 670,616,629.2 miles per hour.
If we consider the atmosphere on a standard day at sea level static conditions, the speed of sound is about 761 mph, or 1100 feet/second.
Speed of light is 3.00 x 10^8.
The speed of sound is the same at any elevation, about 740 miles
per hour. Airplanes fly at high elevations because there is less
air resistance, making it more efficient to fly at high speeds.
About four light hours from earth
Simply put, light travels in straight lines. If you want to prove this, look at a beam of light coming from a small torch, or find a tube or hose. You can see through the tube when it's straight, but if it's bent, you can't see anything.
Your headlights would come on and the light would speed ahead of the car at 186,282 miles per second.
Answer weel of course it is other wise we coudnt have a tomarow
Time traveling is not real if it is how come nobody from the future has shown up in this time period
And if you time travel your playing god !
Seemingly innocent questions like this gave rise to Quantum Mechanics.
It turns out that light explores ALL paths between the source and the observer. And they all cancel out except one....you guessed it.
Except that there is no such thing as a 'straight line'. The light is a wave in the first …
When light passes through water, its speed is decreased, and as a result, it is refracted.
how am i supposed to know the moon is how far from the earth? 250000 miles according to NASA. that's th radius of a circle. the circumference of the circli is 2pye r which is2x22over 7 x 2500000 Miles. divide this by 24, for 24 hours in a day
299,792,458 metres per second
We humans find the colour red a warning because our instinct tells us to. The reason for this is because it's the colour of blood. This still remained from the time we were hunters.
No. Nothing travels faster than light. Light travels more than
800,000 times faster than sound.
Tachyons are hypothetical sub atomic particles that can travel faster than the speed of light.
Albert Abraham Michelson was the first American to win a Nobel
prize for measuring the speed of light. The prize was for physics.
Gamma rays travel exactly the speed of light because gamma rays are light
The speed of light is not dependent on the time it travels.
the speed of light per second is 299792.5 km/s in a vaccum
Like any other trip, that would depend on where you start, and what
route you take.
Starting at the sun, and traveling in a straight line (since you're
light, after all),
it would take between 4hours 10minutes and
6hours 48minutes, depending on
exactly which part of Pluto's orbit the planet is a…
It travels "one light year."Light travels at 186,282.397 miles per second, so this is about5,878,000,000,000 miles (5.88 trillion miles, 5.88 x 1012 miles)or 9.46 trillion kilometers (9.46 x 1012 km)To estimate this distance in miles, 186,300 miles/second 60 (seconds in one minute) 60 (minutes in…
It does not. It is a particle that acts like a wave
light does not consume alcohol orwhat would make it diviate?gravity would ... but it takes a lot (a strong field) to cause a significant curvebut nowher is gravity free, so in reality light always follows a curved path.
1mile = 1.609 km Speed of light in kms-1 = 300000 kms-1 Speed of light in miles per sec = 300000/1.609 ms-1 = 186451.21 mps In mph, speed of light = 671224362.958 mph
If you leaned out of your car and meaured the speed of the light
of the headlights, you would find that it's leaving you at the
speed of light.
Like all forms of light (ie, electro-magnetic radiation), gamma rays in a vacuum travel at exactly 299,792,458 meters per second.
The Basic difference between the sound waves and light is in their wave nature. Light waves are propagated as transverse waves. Sound waves are propagated as longitudinal waves.Let's do our own version of Einstein's famous thought experiments. You are on a train that has a very looong connected flat…
by working real harde and knowing how to do it
it takes 3000 pounds of nuclear fuel to reach earth from Neptune
well this might sound crazy but the person/people who actually went at the speed of light is aliens in ufos because there way more complex than us humans so they are able to surpass us in speed
the faster you go the slower will be the time
A Better Answer
According to Einstein, space and time are related, and thus referred to in the scientific community as space-time. The faster an object moves, the quicker time will appear to pass from the perspective of an observer. For ex…
No. Light is a particle that acts like a wave and therefore is never in a straight line
Excellent question! It appears you're trying to connect the frequency of a wave to its velocity through the medium in which it's traveling, and you'll need to uncouple them. Let's look at some things to help you do that.
If you've stood alongside a roadway and watched (and listened to) ca…
According to Einstein's Theory of General Relativity, If you approach the speed of light, then time will slow in accordance with your current velocity and the velocity's distance from the Speed of Light. For example, if you were on a train traveling around the Earth several times a second, with a ve…
It is not possible to accelerate electrons--or anything else--to the speed of light, much less to 1.5 times the speed of light.
Nominal operating voltages for a CRT range from a couple of thousand volts to a few tens of thousands of volts, depending on the application.