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    So we have problems with clocks measureing time ?

    Hi 4newton! I have to admit that after several times of reading I still don't really understand what your (2nd) experiment would prove. Still, I think there is already one simple yet fundamental problem (I might be wrong though): How would you make sure they repeat zero at the same time...
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    Parallel universes almost certainly do not exist

    Hi there! Can someone tell me who came up with this so beloved "parallel universes idea" in the first place? Is there an actual physical foundation for that nice idea that makes it useful in any way (except sci-fi of course :biggrin: )?? Because to my eyes there is no reason why there...
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    Negative mass,gravity and electricity

    Hi Kurios! Interesting idea! :wink: I would like to hear your comment on my concept, which has some parallels to yours: https://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=33687 Hope to hear from you!
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    Strange idea for exotic matter

    :smile: Thanks! It is always nice to see, that there are some people with similar attitudes! I don't know if my ideas are of any use at all, still I have to think them through for my own sake... (God, this is emberassing - whish I could turn that damn brain off :tongue2: )
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    Hypothesis for the nature of gravity

    According to my theory, the expansion of the visible universe might be an effect of "insolubility", which means, both matterforms are trying to totally separate from each other. For I believe our part of the universe to be filled by a surplus of anti-G-matter, this matterform is continously...
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    Hypothesis for the nature of gravity

    Hi! Thanks for reading my post! You are right about my using confusingly different terms. I'll work on that. :redface: Though, there is some difference in our ideas: 1. My "other universe" does not consist of antimatter, but of "anti-G-matter" which is matter with negative mass/energy...
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    Hypothesis for the nature of gravity

    Hi! Your ideas are pleasantly similar to some of mine! :smile: This image of the "interwoven" matter and antimatter universes is what lead me to this theory: https://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=33687 Maybe you might want to read it and tell me your thoughts about it. This...
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    The Foundations of a Non-Naive Mathematics

    Sorry. I was just quoting that from the terms used in post #67. It surely is confusing to use common mathematical expressions in such a way, verbal descriptions should have been used instead. Coming again to that "0.9999.... is equal to 1" issue: could you provide a mathematical proof for...
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    So we have problems with clocks measureing time ?

    Yes! That's what I am after. Because if we are not able to measure it, that means we can't find a dynamic process fast enough to compare with (of course there is also the "technical" part of creating a clock that is more likely to limitate timemeasuring. I am just thinking of the theoretical...
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    So we have problems with clocks measureing time ?

    Great definition! I absolutely agree with you! But just this aspect of change is what brought up my question: If there is no change to be observed in a certain interval of time, does that mean that no time has passed? If not, then how should we measure that certain period of time?
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    So we have problems with clocks measureing time ?

    When I say "unit" I don't mean "minute", by unit I mean "smallest element" or something comparable. I just wonder, if time is really a phenomenon of absolute continuity, or if there is actually something like "steps" in time. Of course that's hard to imagine, but a movie-film looks continuous to...
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    The Foundations of a Non-Naive Mathematics

    Hi! I've been following this whole issue for quite a while and I read most of Lama's papers. I think the main problem here is (as in most cases) misunderstanding. It is very likely that I am the one who is misunderstanding everything, still I'd like to try to "mediate" between the parties...
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    So we have problems with clocks measureing time ?

    You just state something here. Can you prove it? I am just wondering, if we can find intervals of time that are so small, that no change can be observed. I spoke of "change" but you might also say "interaction". All I wanted to do was to choose an universally applicable word for dynamic...
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    Time Travel: No spaceships, no wormholes

    Hi kokain! You are not crazy, but your thoughtexperiment does not provide any useful aspect. The idea of spacetime-curvature enabling "shortcuts" is not new, the question is how to create such a "rolled piece of paper" or how to do the travel...
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    Strange idea for exotic matter

    To Lama: Ahh! I think now I'm getting it! (Hooray! Enlightment!) That's terrific! Still I don't understand the "colored circles"... (But I like the "forked" line-diagrams! I wonder how long it takes, until they are taught at school...) Why are there two "versions" for the green CK2 ...
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    So we have problems with clocks measureing time ?

    1. Since when has lightyears been a valid unit for the measuring of time ?? :uhh: 2. You can't just say that your idea describes an absolute clock! Every clock mankind was so far able to develop is based on physical processes. We can't just assume that these procesesses are happening in...
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    Strange idea for exotic matter

    To Lama: Thanks for the mail! Your paper is really enlighting! So far I have one question: Do you have a proposal for the representation of fractions? Especially the infinite decimals are worrying me... Another thing is, I have problems to understand the "colored circles" (pardon me for that...
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    Strange idea for exotic matter

    Yes and No. :wink: I do not state a general unproportionality, but a local one. (I am not sure if we are able to make valid assumptions on the unverse's mass-distribution in general, but anything is possible...) What I say is that the current "expansion" of the (visible) universe might...
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    Strange idea for exotic matter

    Hi Lama! Haven't received your mail yet... :frown: Did you get mine?? I would really like to read your ONN paper...
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    Matter distorts dark energy to create space-time

    I am not sure... The main problem is, your statement is very short. If you could elaborate a little more on it (what does that mean? what are the consequences?), it might be easier to discuss it. However, you might want to check this...
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    Gravity: push, pull, or does not exist?

    :zzz: Hey guys! What's up? Didn't you notice I have been criticizing both parties of this discussion (-> Thread #28) ??? Does nobody want to argue? :cry: Please, go ahead and give it to me ! :biggrin:
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    Time Travel: No spaceships, no wormholes

    I think the main problem with time-travel is, what you mean by it. "Shortcuts" that could take us to some point in the future should be possible to realize. You could even do that without any spatial considerations by some technical device that is able to "preserve" a living human body and...
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    Absoluteness and relativity.

    I know it might sound strange, but might it be imaginable, that there is something else despite absoluteness and relativity? Maybe "reality" is somewhere in between (or beyond). We are experiencing, that something like absolute values are very hard, if not impossible, to measure in...
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    Gravity: push, pull, or does not exist?

    First, I am not sure if gravity is pushing or pulling (but I don't think it really matters - what counts is the predictability. If both are identical - so what?). Theoretically, just by following the "current" concept of gravity, you actually should be more "pulled" by the sun's gravity when...
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    Strange idea for exotic matter

    To Lama: :eek: WOW! This is hard stuff! But I think your approach to understanding the structure of our universe by mathematical considerations is as well brilliant as simply adequate. You brought up the question I nearly forgot about (and that still is not answered by my theory)...
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    Strange idea for exotic matter

    Thanks jamie! Actually I have thought of string theory and also the concept of "branes" to be combined with my theory. I imagine G-matter and anti-G-matter to be not able to interact, despite the gravitational effect. That brought me to the idea, that both matterforms might be located in...
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    Strange idea for exotic matter

    Wow Lama, you are really making me think...(which is good!) In fact, I still have problems to understand your questions, but this is also good, because it shows the both of us to have very different "thinking styles". By trying to answer your questions, I am forced to rethink my ideas to...
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    Water,a manifestation of WHAT?

    I almost regret mentioning it :wink: I don't know too much about this phenomenon, for I am no astrophysicist, but I might find some links for you... What I have heard is the following: giant water clouds in deep space seem to behave like viscous liquids in a way that organic molecules...
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    Push not pull

    Hi Des Chamberlain! I have been wondering about the nature of gravity myself, but came to conclusions some different from yours. ( :wink: time to advertise my idea: https://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=33687) I am speculating, that the real nature of gravity might be more an...
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    Strange idea for exotic matter

    Yes, there is! In fact, the whole idea is all about symmetry! I simply suggest, that the properties of gravitation we observe are a combined effect of G-matter/ant-G-matter interaction, thus making the curvature of spacetime a symmetric instead of a singlesided phenomenon. My idea would...
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