F-A Soldier wrote: »
Technically no. :glee:
This is physics 101.
But then again you ask the question...are electrons part of you? And if you don't really "touch" that also applies with the individual atoms in your body...but we don't say 'we're just floating bags of tiny particles'. :glee:
So technically you can tell your gf "hon, let me put it in technically you can't get pregnant" or a gay guy convincing another guy "...it's okay technically it's not gay if we're not touching" :glee:
It's like one of those paradoxical things in science, ie the stars you're seeing are long gone, what you're seeing is a picture from billions of years ago. :glee:
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PS Speaking of paradox, as much as you "don't" really touch, each all matter attract each other. [#]GConstant[/#] [#]HiggsBoson[/#]
Qubetha wrote: »
hmmm...what do you mean?
ermonski wrote: »
...what are we talking about again?
crocopie wrote: »
Sayang, interesting itong topic. Hindi nakapasa sa Realm of Thought. Bakit kaya?
Airfox wrote: »
The electrostatic field repulsion is the reason why you don't fall through your floor or walk through the wall. Nothing touches and you're actually hovering on you chair. You think you're solid? Atoms are 99.9999999% empty. We are made up of atoms. In other words, we are made up of almost nothing. What remains are energy fields which some physicists say are invisible vibrating strings or ghostly energies which pops in and out of existence. What are we then? An illusion?
If we have the technology to turn off the electrostatic field, we are reduced to a holographic image made up of light. People can pass through you as if you're just light from a projector.
Zep_Tepi wrote: »
And based on what were finding out about quantum mechanics, this could end up being a scientific explanation for ghosts, meaning that when we die, we dont disappear, but simply assume another form composed of a different type of energy field.