What Are Biggest Unsolved Mysteries In Physics?

What Are Biggest Unsolved Mysteries In Physics?

There still remain some mysteries
that are unsolved in Physics. None of the physicists
can boast about their knowledge on the
universe to be complete. There exist some deep questions which nothing
less than equivalent to the Pandora’s Box which when triggered unveils mysteries
which cause chaos to our minds. Here are some biggest unsolved
mysteries in Physics: Dark Matter What is dark matter and
why can we not see it? Its existence was known in 1922 by
Dutch astronomer Jacobus Kapteyn. The universe is made of 26%
of what we call dark matter. Unlike protons, neutrons,
and electrons that make up matter – dark matter doesn’t
have any classifications Dark matter doesn’t interact with light. It doesn’t absorb, reflect
or emit light, however, the gravitational force present in it
bends any light that crosses it. Is There Order in Chaos? The equations which define the
behavior of fluids from water to air to all other gases and
liquids haven’t been solved yet. Do the Navier-Stokes equations exist? Even if it does then what explains
fluids everywhere or encompasses fundamentally unknowable
points known as singularities. What Happens in Black Hole? What happens if an entity is
sucked in the black hole? The information of that object is lost
and there is no way to get it back. The escape velocity of
the black hole is faster than light which makes
it gravity super strong. Thus anything that goes in is lost forever
and the information is destroyed. Do Parallel Universes Exist? The data of astrophysics
say that space-time is not curved but flat
so it goes on forever. The area of the universe
that we see is just one section of an infinitely
large quilted multiverse. The laws of quantum mechanics
say the possible particle configurations in every
cosmic patch are limited. Thus if there are infinite
cosmic patches the arrangement of particles repeat
themselves several times. So, parallel universes may exist and
there may be cosmic patches one which is similar to ours which
differ by one particle’s position, patches which differ by two particle’s
position, patches which differ by three particle’s position and likewise till those
that are completely different than ours. If the theory is right then can these
parallel universes ever be detected? Why is There an Arrow of Time? Entropy enables time to move ahead. The level of disorder always
increases thus it is not possible to reverse an increase in entropy
once it has taken place. Ordered arrangements of
particles are lesser than disordered ones which
makes entropy logical. However, the question is why was
this entropy low in the past and why was there order in the
universe in the beginning? What is the Fate of the Universe? Particles are like waves spread
all over and every particle is defined by a wave function which
reveals its location and velocity. The probability of the particles can be
revealed but not what they exactly are. Every particle has several values
for the properties but when it is measured through experiment the wave
function of the particle collapses. Why does measuring a particle
collapse the wave function?

4 thoughts on “What Are Biggest Unsolved Mysteries In Physics?”

  1. Are you sure information is lost in a black hole? Theories exist that contradict your viewpoint.

  2. The biggest unsolved mystery of physics, is the existence of God.
    Einstein, toward the end of his life, felt he was VERY CLOSE to PROVING that God exists.

  3. None of these are unsolved mysteries. The first few are based on unknowns. For example, we have never found dark matter, so we do not "know" it exists. The rest are theoretical questions which are based on fantasy. For any question to be unsolved it must first be real.

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