asked Nov 17 '11 at 22:18. Where do we put all the carbon? Adn writes: "Discover magzine has a cover story on the "..11 Greatest Unanswered Questions of Physics" and why answering these might lead to a new age of science.... the full article can be found at The National Academy Site.Almost brings to mind Hilbert's 11 questions on Mathematics which if solved were supposed to usher in a new era of logic and formalism." The idea sound crazy, but cosmology and quantum physics have the evidence that points in that direction. The real question is whether you’d leave a robotic butler alone in the house with your granny. And yet every truth we have about the existence of time comes with a counterbalancing exception to the rule. More Bountied ... (Nature Physics 8, 475–478 (2012) or arXiv:1111.3328) shows under suitable assumptions that the quantum state cannot be interpreted as a ... quantum-mechanics research-level measurement-problem foundations. To some it is a tool to be leveraged, to others a setting sun, a theory of physics, a philosophy to be debated, the hands of a clock, a lengthening of a shadow, or the grains of sand dropping in an hourglass. The question of why there is so much more matter than its oppositely-charged and oppositely-spinning twin, antimatter, is actually a question of why anything exists at all. If an object is heavier the force of gravity is greater, but since it has greater mass the acceleration is the same, so it moves at the same speed (if we neglect air resistance). 4. Help Center Detailed answers to any questions you might have ... Unanswered. Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed answers to any questions you might have Meta Discuss the workings and policies of this site Where do we put all the carbon? Cold case (unsolved crimes) List of paradoxes; List of unsolved deaths; Lists of problems; Open problem This article includes a science-related list of lists: This page was last edited on 19 July 2020, at 06:11 (UTC). Text is … Chris Ferrie. Solutions For High School Physics Questions Solution For Problem # 1 No. Yes, it’s at the 4th position of top unanswered science questions. Unsolved problems in physics; Unsolved problems in statistics; See also. If we look at Newton's second law, F = ma.