It isn't. It only looks continuous (sometimes), because the individual pieces (the atoms) are much smaller than anything we can see.
A Continuous Line of Thought - 1920 was released on: USA: 2 November 1920
yes, matter continues or particulate
Yes, Aristotle believed that matter was continuous, meaning without any breaks. He believed that matter has always moved and will forever be in motion.
John Dalton thought that matter was made of particles.
Continuous theory of matter says that matter comes in long continuous sheets,it never breaks while the discontinuous theory of matter assumes that matter comes in smaller packets and the reason why matter looks continuous is because we can't magnify it enough to see the small packets of matter. Continuous variation or continuous matter is gradual, something that is not so clear cut. For example, height can vary amongst population and there are many different heights. Discontinuous variation or matter is where you are either in one category or the other, but never in between. Examples of this are: Blood group - you are either O, A, AB, ABO but never anything in between. Another example would be tongue rolling - you can either tongue roll or you can't.
No, Einstein's E=MC^2 states that matter can turn into energy and the other way around.
Yes, all sound is simply a vibration of the particles of matter. In space, where there is not continuous matter, there is no sound.
Thought wave is the highest state of matter
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If by a thought wave state of matter you mean the weak magnetic field produced by the electrical flow in the brain, that is energy. It would have an equivalency in matter as per E=mc^2, but as a magnetic field would not be matter
The 6th state of matter is beam and the 7th is thought waves.
"You thought I was doing wrong, I thought you trust me, no matter what savon I do trust you."
aristotle thgt it was continuos but democritus didn't
No it dos not matter. To me when you swallow it it hurt my thought.
Yes, matter is the same regardless of its physical state.
* I've just had a thought [idea] * Please give the matter some thought [think about it] * The thought [thinking, ideas] of Blaise Pascal is interesting
It not what sports use continuous training. It's more about the person playing it and how well they want to do in it. Because people who don't care much and don't worry about being good wont really use continuous training, but someone who wants to be the best and progress in the sport will do continuous training no matter what sport it is.
Gray Matter is considered the Cognitive (responsible for thinking) portions of the human brain. The frontal Cortex is the most commonly thought of section of Gray Matter and is widely thought to significantly effect the individual if damaged.
there was continuous local rebelion, but the french thought it was worth it to fight back.
objects that don't have matter are gravity ,light,thought and objects that don't have matter are things you can't see or that you can't touch
because 12 is a number and marbles are things which is matter.* * * * *In much the same way as your thought about a marble is not matter - it is simply a concept in your mind. But a marble is matter.
look in ur textbook junior
Don't give it a second thought, it was an inconsequential matter.