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Re: relativity and quantum MECHANICS

Postby xXD3mOnXx on Dec 8 2017, 4:03am

DeDe-Duck wrote:The standing theory is that the universe is expanding by being stretched. This means the distance between any 2 Points in the Universe is increasing - the universe itself isn't expanding into nothingness.

Regarding Blackholes, they are a perfect black body which has such a massive amount of mass that a singularity is formed, the mass doesn't dissapear however, it is compressed or transformed.
This comes from the rules regarding conversation of Mass.
CBR- Cosmic Background Radiation is one of the primary evidences used by scientists for the Big Bang Theory.

Yeah.. I simply think the standing theory is quite flawed (which it is), perhaps there just isnt a simple way to explain it though. For instance, how can you tell if the 2 points are moving further apart, or closer to each other if you cant observe the dimension in which they exist?
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Re: relativity and quantum MECHANICS

Postby Finbarre on Mar 25 2018, 4:44pm

x_x wrote:
Shrodingers cat makes more sense

As both possibilities exist only in your mind until you collapse the quantum wave function by opening the box and observing if the cat is alive or dead

(or optionally you hear the cat meow or hear it dying)

This seems more energy efficient than splitting the universe into infinite pieces just because you went with red shoes instead of white back in 1987


Im not saying i believe in multiverse but do you really believe in Shrodinger's Cat theory or whatever you call it? When Erwin Shrodinger wrote that he meant it as parody /satire....he was making fun of the researchers who came up with that.

...so what a tree falls in the forest with no one to hear it? Not only does it not make noise but its not even there because no ones there to observe it???
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Re: relativity and quantum MECHANICS

Postby -GingeR_NutZ- on Mar 27 2018, 4:21am

If E=mc2 does C=√M/E ? Only we're having trouble with Red Dwarf and could use a short cut.
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Re: relativity and quantum MECHANICS

Postby xXD3mOnXx on Mar 27 2018, 9:11pm

-Dave-Lister- wrote:If E=mc2 does C=√M/E ? Only we're having trouble with Red Dwarf and could use a short cut.

E/m but yes
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Re: relativity and quantum MECHANICS

Postby suptis2 on Mar 28 2018, 8:16am

What is your opinion of the SURGE acronym with respect to the second law of thermodynamics; And with respect to the first law of dynamics?
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Re: relativity and quantum MECHANICS

Postby suptis2 on Mar 28 2018, 8:18am

Another general question, stemming off ^. Could someone use the first and second law of thermodynamics in their argument to prove creationism?
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Re: relativity and quantum MECHANICS

Postby Finbarre on Mar 28 2018, 8:36am

suptis2 wrote:Another general question, stemming off ^. Could someone use the first and second law of thermodynamics in their argument to prove creationism?



no
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Re: relativity and quantum MECHANICS

Postby suptis2 on Mar 28 2018, 9:52am

Finbarre wrote:
suptis2 wrote:Another general question, stemming off ^. Could someone use the first and second law of thermodynamics in their argument to prove creationism?



no


Explain monkey-poo
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Re: relativity and quantum MECHANICS

Postby Silph on Mar 29 2018, 2:30pm

Some people believe Science and Faith can never belong together and I’ve often wondered how many dedicated scientists who worked with quantum physics also believed in God, until it was explained to me. Quantum physics uses probability theory. An electron for instance doesnt exist in space until its actually observed.
For the Big Bang to have happened then there must have been an Observer.
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Re: relativity and quantum MECHANICS

Postby xXD3mOnXx on Mar 30 2018, 10:22pm

Silph wrote:Some people believe Science and Faith can never belong together and I’ve often wondered how many dedicated scientists who worked with quantum physics also believed in God, until it was explained to me. Quantum physics uses probability theory. An electron for instance doesnt exist in space until its actually observed.
For the Big Bang to have happened then there must have been an Observer.

Not entirely sure what you mean, but a common misconception about the observer theory is that there is a need for a conscious observer at the time of the event. Even if you believe it does take a conscious observer, we are able to observe the effects of the big bang and thus observing it. Quantum theory does by no means imply a deity.
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