What happens when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object?
- Jeffrey KLv 67 months ago
Neither of those exist.
- ElizabethLv 78 months ago
It creates a shower of Chuck Norris particles ... each of which can roundhouse kick you in the face!
- KongfuciusLv 48 months ago
Is it really immovable and is it really unstoppable?
- daniel gLv 78 months ago
The term is gauntlet. Something is gonna break,
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- Andrew SmithLv 78 months ago
I have answered this so many times. The answer is visible in a photon of light.
Quantum mechanics says that if this photon collides with an atom that does not have the correct energy levels then the photon cannot be stopped. The atom cannot absorb energy.
So the unstoppable photon passes through the immovable atom without interaction of any sort.
It is not deflected nor slowed nor stopped by the atom and the atom gains neither energy nor momentum from the photon. It remains unmoved.
The answer to your question has been staring you in the face your entire life yet you failed to see it.
- PhilomelLv 78 months ago
No one knows, neither exists.
- TomLv 78 months ago
That's like asking if, God, who can do anything, could make a rock, so big, he couldn't move it?
- sojsailLv 78 months ago
We find out that the reputation of at least one, the force or the object, is exaggerated.
- derframLv 78 months ago
Neither exist. So nothing happens.
- PearlLv 78 months ago
they probably collide