Originally posted by ButtUglyToad
I just got to wondering where everyone stood when it comes to how they view Space-Time, since it's quite apparent most are clueless?
This opening is a disingenuous premise for the thread. You honestly have no interest in what others think, it's apparent that you have already decided
for yourself what is what. This thread is merely an attempt to "impress" those whose knowledge of the subject is lean.
In mathematics, they have assigned the Space-Time of numbers to in-between the numbers, which is bassackwards, but if they can be that stoopid,
I was wondering who else has bought into that fallacy? Sew answer the question and let's see just how bad it is?
Who is “they”?
Please elaborate what it is you are trying to convey here. Numbers in between numbers? Could you be any more vague?
Where is the Space-Time of Numbers?
1. In-between the Numbers
2. The Number itself
3. Pass the Number
4. All of the above
What's U'r answer?
The question assumes that we know what the hell you’re talking about, but fortunately most of us prescribe to a mutually agreed upon form of
communication, using proper form and structure to avoid confusion. You, however do not and it’s my contention that your communication style is
purposefully vague in order to perpetuate a false air of intellect. Most of us however, are not fooled by your BS.
The above is not only annoying, it’s childish.
Ps: The Law of Matter explains the truth:
"Law of Matter - all Matter occupies Space & Time, and Numbers matter."
If you are speaking of the Law of Conservation of Matter, please be more precise and include the full nomenclature. If not, then please stop making
Numbers (including Time) occupy mathematical space-time (see: Law of Matter) and there's no space-time in-between them, since
Numbers are nothing more than Numerical Objects used to define that which occupies Space & Time, therefore they must match that which they describe or
it's like trying to define an orange using a peanut and that toad don't hop.
Numbers do not occupy space in any conventional sense. Numbers are representations of thought constructs. Saying a number occupies space is like
saying “hot” or “cold” occupies space.
All Objects (Matter) in the Universe occupy Space & Time and Numbers matter.
…more made up BS.
"We may say a thing is at rest when it has not changed its position between now and then, but there is no 'then' in 'now', so there is no
being at rest. Both motion and rest, then, must necessarily occupy time." - Aristotle
Nothing is ever completely “at rest”. “Then”, “now”, and “later” all exist in the same construct so in a bizarre sense you actually
got that right.
The rest is complete and utter garbage.
ATS – do yourself a favor and ignore the wart covered amphibian. Go back to the swamps of ignorance where you belong.
edit on 3-2-2012 by Blarneystoner because: (no reason given)