Thank you, T&L.
I think it's important to remember that Particle Physics
hasn't quite transcended the realm of Theoretical Physics
, and that,
accordingly, the status quo should be challenged at every turn. After all, such challenges will only serve to discover and strengthen the true aspects
of the common understanding, whatever the truth might be. History has shown that strength is often forged from resistance.
...it is interesting that there is nothing until we start acting upon it. You must agree that this is the case.[...] *emphasis
Really, I must
In my view, nothing (I.E. empty space) exists in relation to one individual (namely the universe), and irrespective of that individual’s actions,
the nothingness beyond itself is both unchanging and ever-present.
In line with this, action changes material structure, not the space (read nothingness) that exists in relation to that structure (recall, one of the
primary implications of my theory is that space is constant).
…Atomic particals are acting in a big nothing, then get bombarded with
more particles and we find more particles. […]
Here again, we disagree, primarily because I don’t believe in “particles”, at least not as they’re generally understood by particle
physicists. Moreover, quantum wholeness
is an intrinsic feature of my theory, meaning I believe there’s no complete
the various types of quanta at the base of all physical structure [refer back to the folded string analogy].
…As you propose nothing, others propose 'something' that is mostly
Please, don’t misunderstand my proposal; I’m a Monist, not a Nihilist. So, the notion of nothingness I’m advocating is to be understood in a
purely relational context, explicitly as in “nothing exists in relation
” to the universe.
…Some how the space allows light and radio transmissions.[…]
On my view, light and radio waves travel along the inner-lining of the translucent, existential bubble mentioned earlier, as distant areas of the
universe are essentially viewed through that window
…Never say never or perhaps never say nothing.
And I would say that both
of those words should remain readily accessible, although solely for the sake of proper usage.
[edit on 1/27/2009 by Icarus_Fallen]