Originally posted by Americanist
You mention energy over and over again, and yet you have no knowledge of what it derives from.
It derives from nothing since the universe is perpetually in motion everything is energy and always will be. Things are only considered stationary
relative to themselves, but all things are truly always in motion.
Energy is a substance of some type of motion, so there must be a vehicle to 'roll' out this force for lack of a better term.
Not necessarily. See, the universe is an eternal perpetual motion machine, it moves itself without extranious influence.
You haphazardly throw terminology at me as both plagiarism and buzzwords.
Well, when you can find the sources that I am plagiarizing from, please do let me know, until then, just like the rest of your theories, you're
only speculating on something you know nothing about.
I'm not buying it, so ultimately you're wasting time. Try to learn at least a little of what I put forth.
As I said before, it's you that needs to learn what you put forth, not I. Not only your theories but your personality.
You were right about one thing... I didn't come up with the big bang. I didn't come up with super string theory, plasma cosmology, EU, or the
torus for that matter.
So you're plagiarizing. You've taken concepts that you didn't conceive and ultimately can not prove and parading them around as if they are your
own as if you have proven something. When you can prove without a doubt that the big bang happened, then I'll look into your theories. Until then,
you're just hanging onto other's kites and flailing your arms around in the air.
The difference between me and the rest of the field is...
Absolutely nothing. As shown above.
I have something to unify and synchronize all these possibilities. Allow me to break it down for you:
No, you really don't. You are it, but you don't realize what it is.
Big Bang - A singularity as a three dimensional structure (torus) in a series of 20.
You're just explaining the universe as described in my previous post. An eternally interconnected trichotomous singularity. This singularity is an
eternal one, expanding both space and time. It is not a singularity with nothing outside of it. This eternal (energy spanning both space and time)
trichotomous (3 dimensional) singularity (only enough space for one eternity! Thus a singularity) is the essence of energy, space and time.
Super String - 4 types of spin plus nearing 20 dimensions to achieve.
Sounds wonderful. Unfortunately there are only 3 dimensions, always.
Plasma Cosmology - A play on the electric universe with energy riding out the reactions of heavenly bodies.
Now this is true. Plasma cosmology is pretty much there, but it can not involve the big bang, nor multiple dimensions as presented by theologian
scientists (which makes them not scientists at all).
EU - The single most defined theory for explaining our Universe minus how energy is created.
Well, the universe IS very electric. What doesn't have electrons? What doesn't have a current? What doesn't have a vibration? Everything does.
And how is energy created? I've told you several times now... This is the closest anyone has come to raveling us into One while combining
philosophy, science, geometry, and mathematics.
Energy is neither created nor destroyed. It transmutates from one state to another, eternally. This is where you make your flaw. You fail to
acknowledge the eternal attributes of energy, a basic concept known in beginners physics.
And you haven't seen me copy and paste anything, as your claim suggests the majority will do.
I've never made a claim suggesting the majority will copy and paste directly, but you should know that science is nothing but a copy and paste job by
Humans. The unvierse's copyrights are being infringed upon. No one is bringing anything original to the table, we are only observing and recording
what always has been. The material, elements, forces and essences of existence around you is the universe's book, we are reading it, labeling it and
then copying it and pasting it.
I don't have to edit these posts either. If I piss people off... Fine. At least people react to anger when it comes to problem solving. It's
a motivational tool to combat indifference.
You know what, you are who you are, and if you piss people off then oh well. It's fine by me. Well, my personal experience is that patience, kindness
and casual mutual interlocution and working towards a common goal of truth is the best way to solve indifference. I do also understand and relate to
anger being used as a tool of progression, though carefully. There are morals that I stand by.
I rest my case.
Mine never tires.
[edit on 7-5-2008 by LastOutfiniteVoiceEternal]