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Hi and thanx for your supportive comments...
Originally posted by breakherlegs
My God, this is probably the most thought provoking thing I've read all year. Very impressive.
I personally feel and believe that the Universe is concious. Totally and utterly. I believe it was totally concious of its creation. I believe we are all pieces of it giving it a chance to experience its own beautiful creation.
Anyways, this is all totally plausible, considering that everything is a fractal and thus everything must repeat itself over and over again. Yeah!
Though I doubt the Universe/s has a sex. More like an ethereal androdgenous being which is totally beyond physical, which is why it needs us to experience it!
And they say that there are about 100,000,000,000 billion galaxies,each containing 100,000,000,000 stars...how many atoms would that contain...
Originally posted by predator0187
reply to post by blocula
An average 160 lb. person has about 7,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 atoms in their body.
I understand what your trying to say with your OP, all I was saying was the model we see of the atom in textbooks is in accurate in the way the sub atomic world actually works. It doesn't have any resemblance to solar systems or galaxies.
They have been using that old model of the atom because it is simple, and they cannot show the real atom because the electron wave probability would constantly be changing, which could not be represented in a picture properly.
Pred...edit on 15-11-2011 by predator0187 because: (no reason given)
I hold no grudge or ill thoughts against you or anyone...You can say what you feel about this threads ideas and theories...
Originally posted by kman420
Hello again, im back... but only to say sorry again, i was having a horrable morning and took it out on the wrong people. Im on so many meds i wake up like a zombie thats hates all i see, i really need to wait till after my cocktail of medication has kicked in before i post.
I really did feel bad all day once i realised what i had said, im really not that evil, just a little messed up. Sometimes i even agree with allot of stuff on here, ive even thaught the same thing about the universe, my negative attitude this morning just got the best of me.
Sorry again, especially to Blocula, my original message shouldnt have been so negative and insulting, i could give a million excuses why but theyd all just be excuses and i really have no excuse to take it out on any one individual.
Originally posted by kdog1982
reply to post by dcmb1409
Those comets are seeding the planets,much like sperm.
Earth is an egg,so to speak,but Uranus,just a dirty hole.
edit on 14-11-2011 by kdog1982 because: (no reason given)
I'm sorry,I couldn't resist.edit on 14-11-2011 by kdog1982 because: (no reason given)
Karl Benz invented the Automobile in 1884 and he actually did design some aspects of it after the human body...Notice his last name and the date...
Originally posted by demonologist842012
The universe could be built just like the human body. A car is built much like the human body. The engine is the heart, the oil is the blood, the car also has a brain box justr like a human has a brain. The transmission connects to the motor so the transmission could be a major artery going to the heart. The tires are like the feet. The gasoline in the car is like the food humans eat-it gives us energy. The gas in the car fuels the vehicle so it will run. The hood of the car is like the rib cage which protects the heart. The air breather in the car is like the lungs. Pretty much everything on a car or truck can be compared to some part of the human body including the radio which is like the voice box of the human body.
Originally posted by JiggyPotamus
If all of the matter in space were actually inside of some living being, including people, it wouldn't make much sense in my opinion. For instance, how does having microscopic little people benefit this being? I do understand that something of this nature would not be typical, and it would be hard to grasp using our definitions of "beings."
I just don't think this is on the right track, but who knows...You could be right.
Heres the real mind opener...The diameter of the Observable Universe is estimated to be 93,000,000,000 light years across...
Originally posted by nik1halo
I've often had this exact same thought!
In fact I was talking to a friend about it in the pub the other day and he could see where I was coming from.
It's quite a mind frack when you consider how small that would actually make us!
ETA: To people asking what our part in all of this would be... What if we're actually a virus, something attacking the cell (Earth)?edit on 16-11-2011 by nik1halo because: Just cause