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Reply Mon 8 Dec, 2014 03:39 am
Did uncertainty in terms of mass in timespace cause time and space and gravity and c. Ha
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Quehoniaomath
 
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Reply Mon 8 Dec, 2014 03:42 am
@martinies,
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Did uncertainty in terms of mass in timespace cause time and space and gravity and c. Ha


lol, Most scientist have no clue what mass, space and gravity is!!! And you are asking about spacetime??? Hilarious!
martinies
 
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Reply Mon 8 Dec, 2014 04:19 am
@Quehoniaomath,
Well que im glad you see it that way hilarious is fun and physics should be fun. Ha. Timespace has got to be nothing so the presents of matter in nothing made the nothing change its status of never happening into time and and space and gravity to accommodate the matter which had via the bang come in to existance.
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carloslebaron
 
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Reply Sun 28 Dec, 2014 08:33 am
@martinies,
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Did uncertainty in terms of mass in timespace cause time and space and gravity and c. Ha


Illiteracy at the most. The famous phrase "space time" is a fade.

Such assumed "fabric of the universe" invented by poor Einstein has been invalidated long ago. Time is nothing but a concept, a measure like weight, volume, or longitude.

Start from "reality", this is to say, buy learning the proper use of the concepts "space" and "time".

Again, your question or joke is based on a fade.
Brandon9000
 
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Reply Sun 28 Dec, 2014 09:11 am
@martinies,
martinies wrote:
Did uncertainty in terms of mass in timespace cause time and space and gravity and c. Ha

What do you mean by "uncertainty in terms of mass?"
Quehoniaomath
 
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Reply Sun 28 Dec, 2014 09:21 am
@carloslebaron,
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Illiteracy at the most. The famous phrase "space time" is a fade.

Such assumed "fabric of the universe" invented by poor Einstein has been invalidated long ago. Time is nothing but a concept, a measure like weight, volume, or longitude.

Start from "reality", this is to say, buy learning the proper use of the concepts "space" and "time".

Again, your question or joke is based on a fade.


very good! Ah well, the whole relativity thing is extremely stupid
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martinies
 
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Reply Sun 28 Dec, 2014 10:41 am
@Brandon9000,
I ment certainty is disturbed by mass into uncertainty as time and space and gravity.
Brandon9000
 
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Reply Sun 28 Dec, 2014 12:29 pm
@martinies,
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I ment certainty is disturbed by mass into uncertainty as time and space and gravity.

What certainty about what? This is a poorly defined question.
martinies
 
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Reply Mon 29 Dec, 2014 01:45 am
@Brandon9000,
Heisenbergs uncertainty principle is nonlocality applied to locality as a principle to that local event. Nonlocality is an absolute fact. Locality is fiction to that fact. So hiesenbergs uncertainty principle is a fiction fact because there is only one fact which is nonlocality.
Quehoniaomath
 
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Reply Mon 29 Dec, 2014 02:42 am
@martinies,
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Heisenbergs uncertainty principle is nonlocality applied to locality as a principle to that local event. Nonlocality is an absolute fact. Locality is fiction to that fact. So hiesenbergs uncertainty principle is a fiction fact because there is only one fact which is nonlocality.


fact???? That is really impossible.
martinies
 
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Reply Mon 29 Dec, 2014 04:25 am
@Quehoniaomath,
No the emptying spaces on the wave interference pattern in the light duality experiment represent nonlocaliy.
Quehoniaomath
 
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Reply Mon 29 Dec, 2014 04:27 am
@martinies,
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No the emptying spaces on the wave interference pattern in the light duality experiment represent nonlocaliy.


No it doesn't. I think it is just a wrong interpretation.
And I see all of physics and quantum mechanics shite as a joke that only keeps
physicists and mathemathicians a job. Nothing, nothing , nothing more.
martinies
 
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Reply Mon 29 Dec, 2014 04:35 am
@Quehoniaomath,
Well que you might have a point there about the scientists. But light is a representation of spacetime or pure speed as space and time and no mass.
Quehoniaomath
 
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Reply Mon 29 Dec, 2014 05:37 am
@martinies,
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Well que you might have a point there about the scientists. But light is a representation of spacetime or pure speed as space and time and no mass.


I agree wih the no mass, because here nothing has mass.
martinies
 
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Reply Mon 29 Dec, 2014 06:26 am
@Quehoniaomath,
Yep so when you get interference of light waves canceling each other out that really means they the waves have canceled the local spacetime out into a represention nonlocality.
Quehoniaomath
 
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Reply Mon 29 Dec, 2014 06:57 am
@martinies,
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Yep so when you get interference of light waves canceling each other out that really means they the waves have canceled the local spacetime out into a represention nonlocality.


not true, at least according to the 'physics'!
waves can't cancel each other out. If they do it is a violoation of physical law.
But there is more to it then we think, but then you have retink the whole of physics. Not a bad idea!
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Quehoniaomath
 
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Reply Mon 29 Dec, 2014 07:03 am
@martinies,
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No the emptying spaces on the wave interference pattern in the light duality experiment represent nonlocaliy.


What I ment was, you can never talk of a 'fact' in 'science' . Just impossible.
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Brandon9000
 
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Reply Mon 29 Dec, 2014 10:22 am
@martinies,
martinies wrote:

Heisenbergs uncertainty principle is nonlocality applied to locality as a principle to that local event. Nonlocality is an absolute fact. Locality is fiction to that fact. So hiesenbergs uncertainty principle is a fiction fact because there is only one fact which is nonlocality.

Actually, here in the real world, Heisenberg's Uncertainty principle means that certain pairs of dynamical variables, such as position and momentum, cannot simultaneously be known to arbitrary precision. You were trying to say something about certainty being disturbed by mass. What was that all about?
martinies
 
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Reply Mon 29 Dec, 2014 11:53 am
@Brandon9000,
Reckon uncertainty as timespace hostes local action from the planck constant to all creation. But the uncertainty is a form of certainty so certainty is the real hoste of locality. Certainty and nonlocality are the exact samething in my opinion.
Quehoniaomath
 
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Reply Mon 29 Dec, 2014 01:56 pm
I always hae a laugh when people mention 'timespace' while at the same time not knowing what 'time' is nor 'space'!

And one thing is for sure, "space" can not be 'curved'!"
 

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