Newtonian physics. Every action has an equal and opposite reaction - the object pushes back with the same force the light particles had. Since the speed of light cannot change without refraction, it still goes at the same speed.
Asked in Science, Chemistry, Clouds
How does a gas change to a LIQUID?
When a gas is cooled the individual particles of the gas lose energy. As this energy is lost these particles start slowing down as they flow less. Once they have lost sufficient energy the particles come close enough together that they can be perceived as a liquid. ...
Asked in Example Sentences
What is an example for the word perceived?
He was surprised because the city was not as he had perceived it. He was surprised because the city was not as he had perceived it. He was surprised because the city was not as he had perceived it. He was surprised because the city was not as he had perceived it. He was surprised because the city was not as he had perceived it. He was surprised because the city was not as he had perceived it. He was surprised because the city was not as...
Asked in Physics
When particles are in motion they have?
Particles in motion will generally have kinetic energy, or momentum. Cumulative effects of motions of groups of particles (Brownian motion) is perceived as heat. According to the duality of matter (wave-particle), a moving particle can also be said to have a wavelength (De Broglie wavelength) associated with its mass and momentum. ...
Asked in Christianity, New Testament
What are some ways that the Christian gospel is perceived in your culture?
Here, the Christian gospel is admired for its message and belief in the gospels is regarded as a personal matter. Whether someone believes in the gospels or does not do so is not seen as reflecting on the character or that person. ...
Asked in Science
Give an example that shows that sound is a form of energy?
Sound is the perceived movement of air particles against the eardrum. In order for this movement of sound particles to be created, some work must have been done upon them, and work is simply a transfer of energy. ...
What is the difference between wind chill and air temperature?
Wind Chill is the measure of the perceived apparent temperature, whereas temperature itself is the measure of kinetic energy of the moving particles of matter. ...
Asked in Definitions, Sentence and Word Structure
What is a sentence that uses the word perceived?
"The difference between the positions of two men was easily perceived." "Lowell perceived that Neptune alone could not account for the orbital variance of Uranus." "His pride at winning yet another race was perceived by some as arrogance." ...
Asked in Facial Hair, Hair
Is it true that when you shave your arms it grows back bushier?
No, that is a myth. It may temporarily appear bushier because of 1) perceived comparison to bare skin, 2) the wiry appearance of new hair, due to tendency to stand up straight when it's short, new growth, or 3) the more uniform thickness of new-growth hair, as it is temporarily not tapered following the cut. All these conditions are alleviated by time. ...
What is perceived to be the safest of all investments?
Bonds of the U.S. government are perceived to be the safest of all investments. ...
Asked in Athens, Japan in WW2, Ancient Greece
How are women and men perceived differently in their leadership roles?
Women are perceived as exercising leadership through strong interpersonal skills. Male leadership can be perceived as more direct, impersonal, and focused on results. ...
Asked in Religion & Spirituality
What are converging light beams?
are electromagnetic radiation that has a wavelength in the range from about 4,000 (violet) to about 7,700 (red) angstroms and may be perceived by the normal unaided human eye in a concentrated stream of particles or a similar propagation of waves that do not diverge ...
Asked in Ants
How do ants work together to carry food particles?
Entymologists have discovered that ants (and other insects) exude pheromones (smell hormones, simply put), which are perceived as instructions by other ants, depending upon the characteristics of the pheromone exuded. ...
Asked in Human Anatomy and Physiology
Where is the eye light sensed and where it perceived?
The retina (rods and cones) senses the light and sends the information to the brain to be processed and perceived. ...