llo wrote:And it seems your justification for this belief is the fact that mosquitos cause disease.
I used the example of the mosquito because someone came up with a human tissue analogy. For you I will use the example of generating combustion with a loupe (magnifying glass) by concentrating a bunch of photons into one place. Waaaoaah, it doesn't seem that the sun creates fires when it hits our planet, but it sure does when we concentrate it, mh.
The lhc concentrates collisions in a tiny spot, at a rate of about 10^27 times more than what happens on the edge of our atmosphere in a moving volume of m^2, what do you think.
I'd say they should do a test with a large funnel hanging out off the ISS, or on the moon and concentrate/accelerate a beam of protons on matter, would it start to combust?
Kasuha wrote:Second law of thermodynamics is about ... On particle level, it's like you have box with two dice ...
What has chance got to do with this, its about interaction
of different substances, either they will or they won't.
Anyway check this out:
(Don't mind the first 15 seconds or should we?)