Edited by: Ben Alman on 21/06/2011 21:05:49
Originally by: Renard Voltaire
Edited by: Renard Voltaire on 21/06/2011 20:50:31
Originally by: Skinae
People without Ph.D's shouldnt be allowed to talk theoretical physics.
Perhaps theoretical physics and the Metaphysics should combine
Now that would make some strange results
Can it get any stranger?
Stuff like quantum entanglement (two entities in space changing state simultaneously even if they are billions of light years apart) and observer effect (extremely simplified: a photon knowing billions of year in advance that we want to measure its weave properties and not the photon element when it hits earth) are prety close to maximum crazyty ;)
@Maplestone @Diggles Yes there are different sizes of infinity.
In an infinite universe there is an infinite number of me posting this and an infinite number of me dying right afterwards and an infinite number of me surviving it.
You can even take this one step further. In an infinite universe:
a) everything that you can imagine is possible can exist even if it is physically impossible. (since physic constants are also random and yould be differen in other universes/other parts of our universe (depends on your definition))
b) we may never die, because there is a very small possibility that we will survive the next microsecond at any time. Theories are that our mind lives in many entities at one and looses them as we die there or some important thing happens that separates paths.
I will stop now^^ you cant argue/discuss these things. Who knows maybe you arent real and I am talking to my own mind right now who knows :P
The whole concept of time being irellevant for the smallest known pieces of our univers(es) is *badabam^^* *head exploding*
Disclaimer: I am not claiming to have a deep knowledge of what I am talking about. It's just what I gathered from various teachers/professors/literature