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What is BosonCoin?
BosonCoin is a Proof of Work/Proof of Stake cryptocurrency using the X11 hashing algorithm. BosonCoin is named after the Boson, a subatomic particle, such as a photon, that has zero or integral spin and follows the statistical description given by S. N. Bose and Einstein.
Genesis Date: 2017-05-11
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|Algorithm||X11||Upated: 18 years ago|
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BosonCoin (BOSON) Reviews & Critics
Special relativity (in particular, length contraction) allows us to understand that electricity and magnetism are not separate phenomena but rather two interrelated ....
- I love how it took you 6minutes to clearly explain this in simple words while it took 5 different essays, a complete overview of qauntam physics, and relativity, the soul of a newborn, and 4 dollars, for anyone else to try and explain this. It also explained why the magnetic force is perpendicular which you weren't even trying to explain. no one else could clearly explain that either. Thanks fam.
- This may make sense if you are a relativist, but a wire cannot have a net positive force at the same time a net negative force depending on an arbitrary point of reference of movement. Without a stationary ether to measure velocity against you cannot have a north or south magnetic field produced electrically simple by assigning what is moving according to what you believe is stationary. You claim that if the wire is thin enough the electrons and protons will be closer, I don't believe this is the case.
- great video- just... you could've just as well used electron flow for the right hand rules and it would've all worked out the same. just a bit of an extra step in there to think about. not that it matters much. but great explanation.
- Why doesn't the same length contraction argument apply to situation one( where electrons would be squeezed together) Why isn't there a net repulsive electric field?