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    Another Constraint on Quantum Gravity

    2D, 3D, etc.... Glad you like them Spice. Your are probably refering to the ones icosahedral buble-like foams on my home page. I found those on the net somewhere. In my scenarios there would be a 3D ness type relationships hapening inside them also, th to what extent is something im...
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    Another Constraint on Quantum Gravity

    CDT Graviton Marcus, does CDT have a geometric hypothisis, or other, for a graviton? Strings have a closed loop and string bits of many possible ones? Holopgraphy( Bekenstien ) has spin-networks of which one, or more, trianlge is a graviton? LQG has several traingles and squares...
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    Another Constraint on Quantum Gravity

    Primes and physics SpinN, Glad you like that page. Ive nt gone much further in that specfic research but the #25 as a turnaround number I found in Synergtics. Here is link that chapter. http://www.rwgrayprojects.com/synergetics/s12/p2200.html Specifically you wil want to get to the 3 sets...
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    Another Constraint on Quantum Gravity

    2D-3D-4D and 11D Spice, keep in mind that Jacob Bekenstien stated in his Scientific American article Feb 2002 or 03 that we humans are 2D beings only having an illusion of the 3Dness. I know it is one of teh hardest things for any human toever believe but that is what his black hole...
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    Another Constraint on Quantum Gravity

    Causal Dynamic Triangulations Thanks Marcus, I have not been following this thread close enough Quantum Graivity is the topic indeed ( Rybo-duhhh :). I did go to the link you gave and read and saved the PDF document and now have good intro into Causal Dynamical Triangulations. (1) Why...
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    Another Constraint on Quantum Gravity

    14 sides/faces on average Spicerack, 14 sides/faces is the average number that occur in clso packing of biological cells or any maleable cell-like structure. The cubo-octahedron/vector equilibrium/jitterbug has 14 faces/openings( 8 triangular 6 square ) and is Fullers Euclidean based...
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    Another Constraint on Quantum Gravity

    LQGeometry Richard, The spherical clsoe-packing, isotropic vector matrix( IVM ) is a 4-fold nature( regular tets and octs ) a baryon and leptosn respectivly. What I try to show in my Rybonic web site is that there exists a 5-fold matrix of regular icosahedra( gravity ) that bond to each...
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    Another Constraint on Quantum Gravity

    Triangulation is just the minimal trajectoral encircling of and area due to mass-attraction. --------- “It is the persuasion of action( motion ), to attract attention( observation ) of another action( motion ). This is gravity.” (Rybo) Why does mass attract? Obviously, to cohere all of...
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    Nuclear proliferation is a major threat

    barriers to nuclear threats All through history humans tried new technologies to protect thenselves from others at the door and all throuh history those technoligies have given way to some other technology. A unified planet with a spiritual base of compassion and caring for all is only...
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    Define Physical

    Photon has no rest mass Does a photon have mass? Are photons affected by gravity(mass-attraction)? Does a photon burn your skin at the beach? Does gamma-ray photons knock the nulceus of an atom apart? I would say that any bosons of spin-0 and 1 are physical? Gravitons may be...
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    Define Physical

    Metaphysical See metaphysical at; http://www.rwgrayprojects.com/synergetics/s03/p2600.html#326.40 Ryybo
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    On free will:

    Couldnt hav said it better I agree. Mind is the "prime creation” {meta....physical.....mind} Universe “IS" the creating {really big eternal party}. Grandpa is the "big passing of time" {lag rates of brain cognition}. Grandma is the "big manager of time" {slightly more complex...
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    On free will:

    Judegment may quantisize as gravitons, clustering as photons? One of FUllers books he states that perhaps humans send out some frequency of EM signals via the eyeball and these signals go out and bounce of some celestial object, only to be reflected back to Earth, hundreds, thousand or...
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    On free will:

    Apology for minor info errors uneccessary No need to apologize for minor error Gx. Free will and placebos ergo mind over matter, to some degree, is a real phenomena as proved by experiments. Im always amazed at these blind placebo experiments were people get better from there illness...
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    On free will:

    Life of the Comos No Gx, Lee Smolins only other book is "Life of the Cosmos" (an evolving physical and metaphyscial Universe) with a less determinant(more free will-like) facets/aspects type of Uiverse and more evolutionary Brian Green wrote "The Elegant Universe" and his last book "the...
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    On free will:

    Universe only closed but perpetual motion machine/teechnology I agree GX, Physical Universe is the only closed system. Physical Unvierse is the only perpetual motion machine/technology. Here below is link to the "Edges" World Question of "what do you believe but cannot prove". Loops...
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    Mind, matter, and dualism

    Physical and metaphyscial in complemetation Q1) Because they are words. Words can only partially convey the whole of any physical experience. This is what sometimes makes poets seem better than others. It is ther abiltiy to convey with more completness of phsical and metaphysical...
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    Mind, matter, and dualism

    Humans think about things What do less complex animals think Mentat, 1) we must rememeber that our words will will never be 100% cocneptually accurate in defining i00% of the details of any physical experience. 2) we must remember that the first subcatgorizing of Universe is all that...
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    Define Physical

    What we "think" we experienced Les, What I meant by "I dunno" is that I dont know what percentage of neural acitivity(EKG's) has ceased -- ergo"waves of the mind"--- have ceased in clinically "brain dead" condition. Similarly animals having a neural/brains system, we may ask, how much...
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    Define Physical

    Phsycial consciousness is alway off-center Les, whatever "waves of the mind" may be, they are are not stopable accept possibly as clinically "brain dead" circumstances. I dunno. You may feel that you have stopped "waves of the mind" but rather I think we can only reside near such perfect...
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    Mind, matter, and dualism

    Humans --if not all animals with brain/nervous system-- think about somthing. Those experentioal somthings are are the only phsycial things that can be based on your experience of somethings. Contrary to popluar, ....."oh i wasnt thinging abut anything"....... the subconscious and...
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    Can you prove you exist?

    You think about something You think about somthing that can only be based on your experience of somethings. Contrary to popluar "oh i wasnt thinging abut anything" the subconscious and unconsious are always actively processing experience, or recombobulation/aggregate of past experiences...
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    Define Physical

    Fermions =mass(phyiscal) bosons=massless(?) Stat, 1) geometry is the mathematical science of pattern (Fuller approximatly) Geometry is sets of Euclidean aspects. "Sets" is one of the four main branches of mathematics. 2) Quarks(fractionated spins) are femerions but mesons(two quarks)...
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    On free will:

    Order only ergo no quantum randomness or uncertainty Stat, at some level/to some degree we yes, do steer photons, electrons etc....but I think we will never aquire the technology to ascertain gravitons ergo things at the planck scale or there abouts. True that an inidviudal photon --and...
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    On free will:

    No free lunch Tanstafal(?) Stat, cosmic laws/principles allow for limited free will ergo limited random choices within limits of those laws. Cosmic laws allow specified/steerability to limited ddgree of micro and macro motions ergo we choose to move our finger or one phton ergo free will...
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    On free will:

    Complexity Arising Yes and no. There are eternal inviolate rules, cosmic laws/principles that set the parameters for all complex possiblities ergo there is only order of Unvierse, except for, human mind making random choice's and perhaps prime numbers. The finite set of eternal rules is...
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    Mind, matter, and dualism

    Biologic=>sensoral=> conscious(ness)awarness <= duality <= mind/body MIH, Im glad. Some folks believe consciousness can only exist as a biologic with a nervous system(network) and I understand that sentiment, because I do think that having a nervous(sensoraly?) system greatly enhances the...
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    Define Physical

    Les, mostly in my responses so far Ive been trying to differrentiate physical(physic/reality) from metaphysical(non-physical) as I see it beingr related to this thread. Sure sometbody may not understand some or most of what Im saying but that happens, to some degree, quite often most of us...
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    Define Physical

    Flip, it is true words are human made contstructs. Their first subcatagorziation is mathmatical language and non-mathmatical languaage. So we are using words, to define other words, which, "other words" are used to define our finite "real"(physical/senorally apprehended) enviroment and the...
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    Intelligent Design Without God

    Chronos, more complex does not neccessarily mean "superior" over all. In our case it means humans are more superior at "generalization""abtract mind accessing" whereas other less complex animals, more often than not, are superior in their specific "specializations" e.g. olfactory/smelling...
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