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(Big Think)   Be thankful for a Universe that began hot, expanded and cooled, and fell out-of-equilibrium at many points. Without it, we wouldn't exist   (bigthink.com) divider line
    More: Creepy, Big Bang, free energy, energy-liberating transition of some sort, first-order phase transition, Universe, stable state, type of particle, earliest stages of the Universe  
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2022-11-24 1:11:47 PM  
In the beginning, there were hot lumps
 
2022-11-24 4:44:25 PM  
Yeah... thanks a farking lot Universe. Now I have to wear pants and work.
 
2022-11-24 6:21:28 PM  
There's real science happening right now.  And we get a tautology.

I score this 1/137 and a bit.
 
2022-11-24 8:25:19 PM  
Hey, that's how I ended up with kids.
 
2022-11-24 8:54:15 PM  

Ghastly: Yeah... thanks a farking lot Universe. Now I have to wear pants and work.


You also have to wear pants TO work!
 
2022-11-24 9:07:53 PM  
If I didn't exist I wouldn't know any different, so thanks for nothing.
 
2022-11-24 10:17:13 PM  
On the wings of a different butterfly we wouldn't exist. God really does care about us.
 
2022-11-24 10:57:42 PM  

leeksfromchichis: There's real science happening right now.  And we get a tautology.

I score this 1/137 and a bit.


You're wearing pants, aren't you?
 
2022-11-24 11:15:24 PM  

johnny_vegas: leeksfromchichis: There's real science happening right now.  And we get a tautology.

I score this 1/137 and a bit.

You're wearing pants, aren't you?


*sobs*

unfortunately
 
2022-11-24 11:28:49 PM  
A lot of words to say "change requires a difference between the starting and end point".
 
2022-11-24 11:31:48 PM  
Subby's mom was hot before she expanded.
 
2022-11-24 11:44:30 PM  

BenSaw2: Ghastly: Yeah... thanks a farking lot Universe. Now I have to wear pants and work.

You also have to wear pants TO work!


This is bullshirt!
 
2022-11-25 3:24:53 AM  

bingethinker: Subby's mom was hot before she expanded.


And dense.
 
2022-11-25 5:44:21 AM  

Bovine Diarrhea Virus: If I didn't exist I wouldn't know any different, so thanks for nothing.


Not quite. If you didnt exist than you wouldnt know about ethan and his bullshiat posing as science. That would be a win in everyones book

Really wish this site would get blacklisted on here, or that whichever pathetic pile of trash who keeps pushing it would get into a wreck
 
2022-11-25 6:45:48 AM  
I, like a lot people, are very angry and regard this as a bad move.

/oh no, not again
 
2022-11-25 10:11:29 AM  
If only there was some way for fark snowflakes to recognize an Ethan link BEFORE clicking on it, I'm sure their big brains must be able to find a way!
 
2022-11-25 11:41:37 AM  
Yeah, but what has it done for me lately?
 
2022-11-25 2:39:20 PM  
I still think matter trends cowards in time and anti-matter trends the other way, and that's why we think it's out of balance, but it isn't.

We just suck at understanding what's going on, and while everything else has pairing, we don't even try with event-driven perceptions or dimension.
 
2022-11-25 2:39:48 PM  
Cowards ... forwards, lol. Whatevar britney!
 
2022-11-25 4:34:24 PM  
aungen:

Antimatter doesn't move backwards in time, but if you play with the math an electron with the time operator reversed gets a reverse charge, aka a positron, but that's mathsturbation and contrary to actual positron behavior and observation.
 
2022-11-25 8:55:32 PM  

leeksfromchichis: aungen:

Antimatter doesn't move backwards in time, but if you play with the math an electron with the time operator reversed gets a reverse charge, aka a positron, but that's mathsturbation and contrary to actual positron behavior and observation.


Haha - every last bit true.  I love the thing that convinces particles other stuff is orbiting around it.

Okay.

But I also think we biffed it on a few constructs.  Eventually we'll get it sorted out.

If you redefine time properly, someday it'll all shake out and fix several thing (including inflation of expansion of the universe).  But we need to understand wrapped dimensions way better, and the imbalance of matter, and dark matter, and that will cause a whole bunch of stuff we missed to crop up.  I think they are all tied together.

At that point I think we will take a huge leap forward in physics.

I'm not involved enough in that field to poke at details anymore.  Top quark and Tau neutrino were about where I stopped.  Graviton is after me.

The thing that will help - universal constants are usually variables.  That's already becoming more accepted.  I also think that's going to fix the perceived problem between quantum and relativity eventually, as we understand that flexibility.

I know I won't live to see it,  but I think I can see which way it's going.  Dr Feynman was the 2nd most famous physicist I ever got to work with, and now I work on a different program he helped kick start, that has also grown dramatically.  He didn't live to see much of what he saw coming, either.

But even with his health problems, he was still really sharp, and quite an inspiration to a young physics student.
 
2022-11-25 9:46:19 PM  
/some of that was actually true
 
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