your body, if he does not eat, still believes asleep (hence the importance of breakfast) and only burns very few calories.
So I would not even … 300 grams / day. And your body, which has a memory, will begin to store twice as much when you ingéreras food, hence the extras in weight regain. Concretely on the scale you lose 1kg per day at first, then less and less .. But you lose water and muscle fat remains .. .. you become limp .. and as soon as you normally remange more to regain the kilos that you lost, you gain 1 or 2 kilos more .. you haywire your body for life .. .. and more the youth is a fertile ground for the emergence of binge .. So, this is complicating life for nothing .. balanced meals at regular hours + sport, not make it a Obsession is the only way to lose weight in the joy and good humor .. Tomb not in the trap ..
The mass-it operates in the Lorentz equations change of reference?
I return to the load: Consider a mass object, like a proton, moving at 0,9c, (c being the speed of light in vacuum), velocity measured in a coordinate system associated with the observer.
What is the speed of the observer that can be measured in a coordinate system related to the mass object? Subsidiary question: Do the masses involved in the calculation or just for the physical realization of this theoretical experiment, when he s ‘is to accelerate the proton?At what maximum speed is known now accelerate a proton?
The observer will thus at nearly the speed of light in the proton repository. What makes me suspect that I make a mistake. I know that the masses are not involved in transformer Lorentz, my question comes from the fact that there is an apparent symmetry bothers me: the fact of sending massive body at nearly the speed (I do not have said equal) to that of light amounts to considering that in a suitable benchmark we also travel at nearly the speed of it, whatever our mass. I feel that I say stupid things, it is the purpose of the question as to dispel. This takes nothing away from my question about the speed of the proton. If this supplement proves that I did not understand your answer, do not hesitate detail.
Look at the Lorentz transformations, it is easy to find on the net, and tell me where you see the mass intervene? Only β so the speed will appear in the matrix Lorentz! Now, knowing that when β = 1, γ is infinite, gives me the result of the transformation; difficult is not it? Finally, why do you associate a transformation kinetics to a ground, which is more about the dynamics? Te busy you mass during a translation or movement of a reference point relative to another Newtonian mechanics? Not so why should it be different in relativity? You confuse relativity speed limit on the massive body with the speed limit on massive body Lorentz applies only particles. A priori not. Only to a closed system moving at the speed of light, it is shown that according to the Lorentz transformation, the overall mass of the system is less than the sum of the masses of its constituents (such as in fusion / nuclear fission)