posted on Dec, 18 2017 @ 06:45 PM
a reply to: Noinden
Applied scientists often have trouble with this stuff.
So the carbon atom could be 14 atomic units and still come from the sun?
Sure the anthropic principle is at play.
Personally I am a Spinozaist if I had to categorize my beliefs. So you can stop the asumming I am a creationist. In reality I am agnostic.
Yes theory is based off of math. The reason for dimensional reality in bosonic theory is for symmetry. However, once you go down the rabbit hole of
cosmology you can see it isn't exactly so simple as chemical bonds.
Furthermore, if humans were to face a human disease that wiped out the species and a new species of intelligence and reason we're to evolve do you
believe they would know we have altered and modified animals and plants?
Post one of mine says bare with me my back round is philosophy. We are still used in cosmology and theoretical physics (like time and space
Having a discussion apparently is not something some applied scientists can do as they need observable facts.
Thank goodness for the theoretical physicists at the time before the electron microscope or we would have never invented the machine. Once we did
some of the stuck in the mud applied scientists had their world view blown.
Edit. Mixed words on the sun.
Also fixed au to say atomic units.
edit on 18-12-2017 by luthier because: (no reason given)