maunas24-10-13
 
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Reply Tue 5 Feb, 2019 08:57 pm
@maunas24-10-13,
Insanity is the best proof of the correctness of quantum mechanics.
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Setanta
 
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Reply Tue 5 Feb, 2019 09:44 pm
@maunas24-10-13,
You respond to your own posts as though you were speaking to another person. As far as I'm concerned that is evidence of your inability to get a conversation going with anyone else, and of gross self-delusion. I am being serious.
maunas24-10-13
 
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Reply Wed 6 Feb, 2019 05:16 am
@Setanta,
There are four categories of delusion and these include:

Bizarre delusion – Refers to delusion that is implausible or bizarre such as alien invasion

Non-bizarre delusion – Refers to delusion such as fear of being followed

Mood-congruent delusions – This is delusion that is consistent with the depressed or manic state of the sufferer. For example, when depressed, a person may feel delusions of persecution and when feeling manic, they may feel delusions of grandeur.

Mood-neutral delusions that are not influenced by mood.

Then,

There are several subtypes of delusional disorders and some of these include:
Persecutory delusion. ...
Delusion of grandeur. ...
Delusional jealousy. ...
Erotomania or delusion of love. ...
Somatic delusional disorder. ( a person is convinced something is wrong with them.)
Induced delusional disorder or folie a' deux.

So,
Setanta, your delusion theory does not fit on me.
rosborne979
 
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Reply Wed 6 Feb, 2019 05:36 am
@maunas24-10-13,
Are you a machine?
maunas24-10-13
 
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Reply Wed 6 Feb, 2019 06:21 am
@rosborne979,
All of us are machines, you too, Rosborne979.
rosborne979
 
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Reply Wed 6 Feb, 2019 08:52 am
@maunas24-10-13,
I wanted to see if you were able to respond to a query or if you were stuck in a loop. Your response seems quite human, if a bit pedantic.

By posting your conjectures here, are you hoping to discuss them, or are you just using A2K as an archive? Because you don't seem to be asking any questions, or making any particular point.
Setanta
 
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Reply Wed 6 Feb, 2019 10:59 pm
@maunas24-10-13,
Don't dictate to me in that didactic tone. You delude yourself that you know the topic you blather about, and what you post shows no evidence that you do in fact know the subject. You're just spinning language fantasies. It's not a theory, it's a description. You happen to suffer from a delusion of intellectual subtlety and deep comprehension. So far, nothing you've posted supports that delusion.
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Setanta
 
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Reply Wed 6 Feb, 2019 11:01 pm
The series of two up-votes in the early posts suggests that he may have been using sock puppets.
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maunas24-10-13
 
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Reply Thu 7 Feb, 2019 04:16 am
@rosborne979,
Thank you,
Rosborne979,
First a note;
I am not trained in physics, astronomy and mathematics, but in my leisure time I am drawn to them. They enchant me. So, off and on please bear my nonsense. Sometimes, I might babble.
NB:Setanta (above)

Now a question for your opinion;

If the motion of all particles and waves and all heavenly constituents in the universe is frozen at the same instant,
what will be the subjective experience of a hypothetical living mind regarding space and time and regarding dimensions of them? (Considering it is able to sense the presence of stars and heavenly bodies as dots spread evenly, but in no way different from eachother).
maunas24-10-13
 
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Reply Thu 7 Feb, 2019 06:03 am
@maunas24-10-13,
The mind picks a dot of any heavenly body. After this the next dot is picked and then next. This should give a sense of one dimensional time.

The gaps between the dots picked should give a sense of two dimensional space.

Am I right?
maunas24-10-13
 
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Reply Thu 7 Feb, 2019 06:25 am
@maunas24-10-13,
I suppose that your answer to the question in the previous post is "Yes".
Then, what if the hypothetical mind doesn't have any idea of counting?
Will it perceive space and time? Can such a perception be called zero dimensional? What should be considered absolutely real?
maunas24-10-13
 
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Reply Thu 7 Feb, 2019 11:44 am
@maunas24-10-13,
In the above 3 posts, can the hypothetical mind be considered as experiencing the information on the two dimensional event horizon of an ultra-supermassive black hole, formed some time in the future of our three spatial dimensioned universe?
Here, though there is no real singularity, but a huge energy density. Creation of particles on a massive scale via pair production, on the two dimensional event horizon, followed by the expansion of the new, one temporal, plus, two spatial dimensioned universe.
maunas24-10-13
 
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Reply Thu 7 Feb, 2019 03:07 pm
@maunas24-10-13,
Further continuing the above post;

The hypothetical mind in the black hole; sees all the heavenly bodies being engulfed by the black hole as two dimensional. It also sees the event horizon as an opaque point of plasma, where virtual particles of matter and antimatter arise from a singularity of quantum vacuum, and annhilate eachother producing radiation. The mind understands the event horizon as the beginning of it's universe, just as we see our Cosmic Microwave Background as coming from the singularity of the big bang.
All the information this hypothetical mind sees or thinks anew, gets smeared on the two dimensional spatial sheet of its universe (floating on the surface of the black hole) as a new creation, or a new event.
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rosborne979
 
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Reply Thu 7 Feb, 2019 03:28 pm
@maunas24-10-13,
I don't find enough cohesion in your conjectures to warrant much consideration. You need to start with a foundation of agreed upon knowledge and then expand on that in small steps making sure you have agreement at every step before moving to the next one.

At the moment it appears that you are "flinging spaghetti" in every direction just to see if it sticks anywhere, and what kind of a mess it makes. And that may be fun for you in the middle doing the flinging, but it's not so nice for anyone peeking into the room.

maunas24-10-13
 
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Reply Thu 7 Feb, 2019 04:25 pm
@rosborne979,
OK,
Thanks for your criticism, Rosborne979.
Thanks also to Setanta.
I may come back.
maunas24-10-13
 
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Reply Fri 8 Feb, 2019 01:52 am
@maunas24-10-13,
How does a brain represent nothing? Could bees and other animals that collect lots of food items, have evolved special neural mechanisms to enable the perception of zero? If bees can learn such a seemingly advanced maths skill that we don’t even find in some ancient human cultures, perhaps this opens the door to considering the mechanism that allows animals and ourselves to understand the concept of nothing.

If bees can perceive zero with a brain of less than a million neurons, it suggests that
this capacity is therefore, derived through natural selection for needs of collecting items such as food. It is probably shared by many other animals.
"Large brains are thus not necessary to play with numbers.
The same cannot be said for spirituality."
Therefore we are unable to understand the origin of the universe probably, because, we are using too much mathematics in physics and astronomy.
maunas24-10-13
 
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Reply Fri 8 Feb, 2019 08:39 pm
@maunas24-10-13,
We can only "assume", that the universal physical constants are not transient, but, constants for eternity...
A new kind of universe will be born if one or more of the constants mutates.
AND,
this cannot be ruled out in a universe manifesting through the effect of randomness..
maunas24-10-13
 
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Reply Sat 9 Feb, 2019 05:13 am
@maunas24-10-13,
THE THEORY OF NO GLOBAL
GEOMETRY UNIVERSE

The virtual infinity of our universe could be still playing in the virtual singularity of it's origin; because;

1) Space is expanding intrinsically through division of it's distance units by neo quantization of initially continuos space of the singularity.
And, going towards infinitesimal cannot be distinguished from going towards infinite.

2) Almost even distribution of temperature at the universal scale from the beginning of the universe.

3) Even distribution of mass at the universal scale.

4) Requirement of "inflation" at the beginning of the universe becomes unnecessary.

5) Fine tuning problems for the flatness problem and the horizon problem disappear.

6) Vacuum catastrophe ceases to exist as, the vacuum energy density as predicted by quantum field
theory of 10^112 ERGS/ CM^3 becomes acceptable, As
infinite curvature of the universe does not exist due to equations of relativity, because relativistic mechanics is not applicable on a global singularity.

7) It is OK that supersymmetry particles could not be found in LHC to cancel the high vacuum energy derived from QFT, as the theory of supersymmetry is no longer required.

8) The source of dark energy as zero point vacuum energy, causing accelerated intrinsic expansion of the universe, by reducing metric scales, gets explained.

9) The paradox of entanglement and non-locality gets explained.

10) The incompatibility of the theory of quantum mechanics with that of relativity comes to an end.

11) The cosmological constant problem is resolved.

12) Quantum eraser experiments get explained.
maunas24-10-13
 
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Reply Sun 10 Feb, 2019 05:43 am
@maunas24-10-13,
The fields of gravitational energy and dark energy are continuous, universally global entities. The formers magnitude is larger around masses, so it causes the effect of convex gravitational lensing, while the latter's magnitude is reduced around masses, so it causes the effect of concave dark energy lensing.

All discontinuous quantum fields act locally, by exciting into an exchangeable quantum to make force, either in the universally global medium of continuous gravitational energy entity, or, the universally global medium of continuous dark energy entity.

The above statement can be disproved if existence of graviton is confirmed.
maunas24-10-13
 
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Reply Mon 11 Feb, 2019 11:54 am
@maunas24-10-13,
Dark Matter –“Emerged From an Eon Before the Big Bang” (Weekend Feature)



https://dailygalaxy.com/2019/01/dark-ma ... d-feature/
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