Tuesday 25 June 2013

Update on rocket: My first smoke bomb.

Im here in my grandmas house,(a small area in rawalpindi with 6feet wide roads and hundreds of houses and shops packed together) and in a shop I found fireworks, you set them on fire and throw them and they blow, they have a silvery powder in them,(possibly alluminium powder and some explosive stuff) so I found a empty marker with no head, it was quite roughly broken so I thought thats its junk and it will be good if I blew it up! So i stuck a firework in it and blew it, well it didnt disentegrate but the roughly broken part got smooth. I had some explosives left so I broke them from the middle which is a easy way of removing the powder, and I filled the pen with it and lighted the powder after many failed attempts of lighting it. well before that to seal it from one side I stuck it in a flower pot whichs dirst compressed and sealed it, continuing my hopes was that it will launch, another dude looking at me from another house tried to warn me that it will blow(he did not know that it had an opening:)), well it sarted glowing, melting and creating small holes which were like tiny volcanic eruptions of smoke, it wasnt much but the sight was pretty, well after it all ended it was like a sticky goey, melted pile of ash and melted plastic, the sight was like a wreckage so i decided to remove the pile from my sigh so I held it and threw but I did not know that the plastic was still cooling so it stuck itself to my fingers, after counntless attempts I removed it, it had solidified by taking my coolness, and in fact I was burnt for the millionth time, (the day before I was even burnt(always on the finger never any other part.)).

Saturday 15 June 2013

My thoughts on telepathy (c)

Since the we hear sounds because vibrations enter our ear through the outer ear going to the ear drum which vibrates, then the three bones(anvil,stirrup and hammer) magnify the sounds and send it to the cochlea, the vbrations move a liquid which moves tiny hairs to produce electrical signals send from the auditory nerve to the brain and we hear!, But what if we put something in the brain, like a reciever chip, and send a low frequency or a small signal, which gets itercepted by the brain directly, without the need of vibrations. One good thing is since the signals get sent at the speed of light, then someone can telepath from very far away.

BTW: The (c) is a copyright, I dont know if anyone has this idea or not, the only thing is I somehow just got this idea when I was sleeping last night. 

Thursday 6 June 2013

My model rockets design

after ignition the phosporus melts the AN which then reacts with sugar. Im not sure if it works.

Wednesday 5 June 2013

different types of particles


Mesons are hadronic subatomic particles composed of one quark and one antiquark, bound together by the strong interaction. Because mesons are composed of sub-particles, they have a physical size, with a radius roughly one femtometre, which is about 23 the size of a proton or neutron. All mesons are unstable, with the longest-lived lasting for only a few hundredths of a microsecond. Charged mesons decay (sometimes through intermediate particles) to form electrons and neutrinos. Uncharged mesons may decay to photons.

hadron is a composite particle made of quarks held together by the strong force (in the same way as atoms and molecules are held together by the electromagnetic force).
Hadrons are categorized into two families:
  • baryons, such as protons and neutrons, made of three quarks
  • mesons, such as pions, made of one quark and one antiquark.
Other types of hadron may exist, such as tetraquarks (or, more generally, exotic mesons) and pentaquarks (exotic baryons), but no current evidence conclusively suggests their existence.

A baryon is a composite subatomic particle made up of three quarks (as distinct from mesons, which comprise one quark and one antiquark). Baryons and mesons belong to the hadron family, which are the quark-based particles. The name "baryon" comes from the Greek word for "heavy", because, at the time of their naming, most known elementary particles had lower masses than the baryons.
As quark-based particles, baryons participate in the strong interaction, whereas leptons, which are not quark-based, do not. The most familiar baryons are the protons and neutrons that make up most of the mass of the visible matter in the universe. Electrons (the other major component of the atom) are leptons. Each baryon has a corresponding antiparticle (antibaryon) where quarks are replaced by their corresponding antiquarks. For example, a proton is made of two up quarks and one down quark; and its corresponding antiparticle, the antiproton, is made of two up antiquarks and one down antiquark.
Until recently, it was believed that some experiments showed the existence of pentaquarks — "exotic" baryons made of four quarks and one antiquark.

A lepton is an elementary, spin-1⁄2 particle that does not undergo strong interactions, but is subject to the Pauli exclusion principle.[1] The best known of all leptons is the electron, which governs nearly all of chemistry as it is found in atoms and is directly tied to all chemical properties. Two main classes of leptons exist: charged leptons (also known as the electron-like leptons), and neutral leptons (better known as neutrinos). Charged leptons can combine with other particles to form various composite particles such as atoms and positronium, while neutrinos rarely interact with anything, and are consequently rarely observed.
There are six types of leptons, known as flavours, forming three generations.[2] The first generation is the electronic leptons, comprising the electron (e−) and electron neutrino (ν
e); the second is the muonic leptons, comprising the muon (μ−) and muon neutrino (ν
μ); and the third is the tauonic leptons, comprising the tau (τ−) and the tau neutrino (ν

τ). Electrons have the least mass of all the charged leptons. The heavier muons and taus will rapidly change into electrons through a process of particle decay: the transformation from a higher mass state to a lower mass state. Thus electrons are stable and the most common charged lepton in the universe, whereas muons and taus can only be produced in high energy collisions (such as those involving cosmic rays and those carried out in particle accelerators).

boson comprise one of two classes of elementary particles, the other being fermions. The name boson was coined by Paul Dirac[3] to commemorate the contribution of Satyendra Nath Bose[4][5] in developing, with Einstein, Bose–Einstein statistics—which theorizes the characteristics of elementary particles.[6][7] Examples of bosons include fundamental particles (i.e., Higgs boson, the four force-carrying gauge bosons of the Standard Model, and the still-theoretical graviton of quantum gravity); composite particles (i.e., mesons, stable nuclei of even mass number, e.g., deuterium, helium-4, lead-208[Note 1]); and quasiparticles (e.g. Cooper pairs).
An important characteristic of bosons is that there is no limit to the number that can occupy the same quantum state. This property is evidenced, among other areas, in helium-4 when it is cooled to become a superfluid.[8] In contrast, two fermions cannot occupy the same quantum space. Whereas fermions make up matter, bosons, which are "force carriers" function as the 'glue' that holds matter together.[9] There is a deep relationship between this property and integer spin (s = 0, 1, 2 etc.).

Baryon number conservation

This law says that if there is a gazillion baryons("heavy particles") in this universe then there will always be a gazillion baryons in the universe, not one more not one less, well first of all since nothing can be made out of nothing, then we think that how were baryons made, their must have been something which was used to make them? this is a difficult question unanswered till now so scientists abandoned the question, the answer was they are just there. Now we can make protons, bu smashing two protons together but this collision creates another particle called an anti-proton which makes  it difficult to survive so since 1+1=2, then a collision and 1+1+1-1=2. but what if like hawking radiation the anti-proton gets eaten up by a black hole after the collision and the three protons happily run out of the event horizon safely, then we would have a gazillion plus one baryon and the law would be defied?

why cant we make rocket candy from ammonium nitrate.

since rocket candy is made from heating sugar with the oxidiser(potassium nitrate), I didnt have potassium nitrate which is most recomended, so I started t make it with ammonium nitrate, I took a pan and dissolved  ammonium nitrate and sugar in it and heated, after a time a black contamination spreaded in thethe water and lots of smoke erupted from the the pan(actually I forgot how violently ammonium nitrate reacts with sugar!) the whole kitchen was engulfed in a white smoke. In the pan there were strange black structures except the r-candy.
like this. :)

How to solve the problem of heating computers.

The area where the computer stars to heat up, what if we make the internal area of the laptop airtight, with a vacuum in it, so it wont comduct heat except radiation and will reduce noise, and for cooling the chips we use a small tank of liquid oxygen and pump it round the chips in small tubes,(now you might be wondering  how to keep the oxygen liquid), well the oxygen can work even in gas form, just like in fuel rockets. (just a thought)