| May 31 2017 7:37 PM
Physical phenomena can be discussed -from certain points of view- in a more detailed and precise manner than ”...should...” topics.
First we set some parameters, then we debate what would happen, like an experiment, only, in stead of trying it out, we try to predict what happens.
The problem: there is only so much room for a topic and we need to provide a considerable amount of information about the ”experiment” to explain it properly. I am not sure a sentence is enough.
What do you think?
No, just test it. However, different perspectives and explanations for the data can exist, which is certainly worth debating.
| Jun 1 2017 8:04 AM
Of course experiments can be conducted to get the results, but that isnt what i am talking about. This is just to predict them in order to understand what happens