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posted on Jun, 26 2011 @ 01:29 PM
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reply to post by Laokin
 


Hey, what can i say? Physics isn't my strong suit. I could defiantly own you in astronomy and psychology though. Wanna take a whirl?




posted on Jun, 26 2011 @ 01:29 PM
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Welcome to ATS
Yeah some of the conspiracies are pretty farfetched here, fun is also one of the reasons I go here lol, but sometimes there are also interesting discussions.


My questions:
Whats your opinion on other "theories of everything" such as LQG, Garrett Lisi's E8.. and more nonstandard altrough I dont know if crackpot stuff like Heim Theory?
Also, claiming that String Theory is surely correct seems pretty strong to me... Even wikipedia says there is not proven theory of everything and all of them are just (more or less) speculations or hypotheses.


At present, no convincing candidate for a TOE is available. Most particle physicists state that the outcome of the ongoing experiments – the search for new particles at the large particle accelerators and for dark matter – are needed in order to provide theoretical physicists with precise input for a TOE.


What is your favourite interpretation of QM? And your opinion about de Broglie-Borm interpretation?


What is your opinion about Thorium Power?

Thanks for interesting thread btw!



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posted on Jun, 26 2011 @ 01:29 PM
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Originally posted by kurifuri
reply to post by gabby2011
 


Guess what dude? Terrorist DID attack the WTC. Its been proven.


and which terrorists would you be referring to??


Lots of Proof that points to the opposite being true.



posted on Jun, 26 2011 @ 01:29 PM
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Originally posted by gabby2011
reply to post by SaturnFX
 





really? you find him to be spreading non-factual information because he doesn't accept a flying saucer is in a secret lab somewhere? heh...


Yep..I do..and the fact that he buys into the OS story of 911. My gut tells me not to trust this guy, and when he said he was a believer that terrorists did 911 , I knew for sure this guy was out of touch with reality , by choice , or by stupidity....so nothing he posts will ever seem valid to me, concerning what the governments know and don't know.


WOW!

Science deals in facts. Do you have actual real facts to back up any of your claims?

Like Dr. Seth Shostek says - - he believes in the possibility of off planet intelligent beings. But belief is not fact - - and he is a scientist - - so his answer is "No - there are no ETs".

I believe a lot of things too. But I know the difference from speculation/belief - - from hard fact.



posted on Jun, 26 2011 @ 01:30 PM
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Originally posted by gabby2011
reply to post by SaturnFX
 





really? you find him to be spreading non-factual information because he doesn't accept a flying saucer is in a secret lab somewhere? heh...


Yep..I do..and the fact that he buys into the OS story of 911. My gut tells me not to trust this guy, and when he said he was a believer that terrorists did 911 , I knew for sure this guy was out of touch with reality , by choice , or by stupidity....so nothing he posts will ever seem valid to me, concerning what the governments know and don't know.


I don't think the guy is legit, but thats based on some general aspects posted already (his refusal to answer some basic equasions...see CLPrime's postings)...not because he doesn't believe in conspiracy theories.

Many buy the offical story...not everyone whom wears a labcoat has built in knowledge of architecture or materials...a theoretical physicist may have no clue whatsoever on such subjects, nor even care that much.
A chef may know very little about glassblowing..so you can't dismiss him on that account, but if he has no clue what a garnish is, then ya, you can start making a case there.
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posted on Jun, 26 2011 @ 01:30 PM
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I have a post addressing my joining today. Been lurking for a while. How does that expose anything?



posted on Jun, 26 2011 @ 01:31 PM
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But the number line is merely a construct, of purely human origin, which cannot be claimed to have an actual counter-part in reality. Are you therefore saying that divisible time is also just a construct, with no actual counter-part in reality?



If so, then wouldn't any caculation, in fact, every calculation, which in any way attempted to "explain how things worked" (including those hypothises generated in your field of physics) be nothing more than conjectures with no basis in anything other than supposition?


I'm sure you'd agree that although a number line might be useful in teaching an 8 year old how to add and subtract, it would be wholly inadiquate to teaching anyone the underlying mathematical understandings of the known universe.



posted on Jun, 26 2011 @ 01:31 PM
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Originally posted by Moduli

Originally posted by CLPrime
Moduli, I'm still waiting for you to tell me what the 'S' is, even. But, if you need me to, I will give you the context. Think spin.
edit on 26-6-2011 by CLPrime because: forgot who I was talking to


What? Which one? There are like ten pages and I don't memorize all of it. Are you talking about the insane one with the S = int( dtau .... )? Because the only S that's equal to an integral like that is an action, and it would be even more nonsense if someone claimed it was spin. But it's also not an action because it appears to be garbage, unless there's a magical context that explains what any of it's supposed to mean, including the random substitutions.


It is, in fact, an action. Let me, using the given variable substitutions, revert to its original equation:



Plus, I'll give you this:



That should help.



posted on Jun, 26 2011 @ 01:31 PM
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Originally posted by kurifuri
reply to post by Laokin
 


Hey, what can i say? Physics isn't my strong suit. I could defiantly own you in astronomy and psychology though. Wanna take a whirl?


0o

Astronomy requires advanced physics and mathmatics...



posted on Jun, 26 2011 @ 01:31 PM
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Originally posted by kurifuri
reply to post by Laokin
 


Hey, what can i say? Physics isn't my strong suit. I could defiantly own you in astronomy and psychology though. Wanna take a whirl?


You're new around here... so you must not know me. I've explained numerous times here what my skillset is, and backround information on myself in particular.

I was in Staten Island College's Astronomy club at 6 years old. Had my first Telescope, which was a 4" meade at 4, by request... as a birthday present.

Psychology... you may get me on, I'm not a pro there, but I have a pretty good understanding of how it works though...
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posted on Jun, 26 2011 @ 01:32 PM
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Don't turn this thread into that. If you want to discuss it meet me in a relevant thread.



posted on Jun, 26 2011 @ 01:32 PM
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Originally posted by kurifuri
reply to post by Laokin
 


You are not a physicist. No one is buying your bs claims.


LMFAO I think you might be a bit confused



posted on Jun, 26 2011 @ 01:33 PM
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Also, I forgot, what do you think about Rossi Energy Catalyzer? It was listed by chief NASA scientist as "number one energy solution"... Is it a scam?



posted on Jun, 26 2011 @ 01:34 PM
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Can string theory tells us how many dimension there are?






Yes, it does. Although it turns out the answer to this question is not simple to understand. But, basically, 4 big ones, several small ones .


It seems that there are good arguments for F-theory, with 2 time and 10 space dimensions.
It’s really ten-dimensional, it’s really eleven. Some have stumped for twelve, but that’s obviously crazy?
How many dimensions are in expansion, how many are static, and how many are contracting, and how many (if any ) are a mixed and inter-twined of coupled dynamic dimensions?



posted on Jun, 26 2011 @ 01:34 PM
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I am theoretically on the very tip (outside) of an object traveling the speed of light. I am sitting right above a large flashlight mounted on the front (which is turned on.) I hold in my hands my own flashlight (also in the on position.) My questions to you are:
1) Will my neighbor also traveling the speed of light next to me see the light emitting from my ship, at all?
2) Would someone observing me from far away as I travel towards them see the light from my ship at the same time they see me, or before they see me (light is traveling at 2c bc the ship is traveling at C plus the C from the light - we know this effect in general physics but Einstein firmly shows that C is constant.. so why the hypocrisy?)
3) Could I turn the flashlight in my hands on and off, at all, or would I essentially be "frozen," in time dilation traveling at C.
4) If the flashlight was pointed in a direction directly perpendicular to my velocity while I was traveling at C, would the light beam from my flashlight bend or stay straight?



posted on Jun, 26 2011 @ 01:35 PM
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I'm not saying your not a physicist, or a disinfo agent, but you are ridiculously egotistical like may scientists portray themselves. You arrive on the scene and introduce yourself by saying that you come to these forums because you find everything here ridiculous and hilarious? The only reason your here now is because your sick and bored? These are forums for people to display and discuss information pertaining to different theories and beliefs they have. They aren't all true and that's why its a forum; people can debunk them/realize how insane a theory may sound and ignore it. That is different then what you engage in. The way you phrased your opening statement relays to me that you think we are all lesser than you because we may have altering beliefs. If you would like to laugh at us then so be it, but do you really find it necessary to try and rub it in our faces?. I find it particularly disappointing that you think you are better than any of us and would rather flaunt the knowledge you have to demonstrate such a point then accept this website for what it is.

Congratulations on joining a forum solely to ridicule us! Hope you have a good time!



posted on Jun, 26 2011 @ 01:36 PM
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No, not really.



posted on Jun, 26 2011 @ 01:37 PM
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If there were other Worlds out there such as split universes etc, could quantum entanglement provide a side affect which would result in seeing things such as 'UFOs', 'ghosts' and other things that 'don't belong'? It's something that has always interested me but I am not clued up in the area of physics or string theory.

Thanks in advance for you answer.



posted on Jun, 26 2011 @ 01:37 PM
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Originally posted by kurifuri
reply to post by SaturnFX
 


No, not really.


I think you may be confusing astronomy with astrology



posted on Jun, 26 2011 @ 01:38 PM
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I believe a lot of things too. But I know the difference from speculation/belief - - from hard fact.


Do you now? do you know how much lying scientists have done to ordinary people to cover some things up. Do you realize how many scientists have been mysteriously killed, for threatening to expose some truths.

That's too funny..all someone has to say is "I'm a scientist" , and you are automatically naive to think that everything that comes out of their mouths is FACT. I will find you some links to info on a few suspicious deaths of scientists. And even if some don't lie, they are not the be all and end all to TRUTH.

Heres one link to the mysterious death of a micro biologist linked with 911.

whatreallyhappened.com...

Here is one with 5 mysterious deaths

www.rense.com...
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