What would the universe be like

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And right now conditions are different. Else there would be no change in reaction. right?

Dropping the vibrations from nowhere,
would this be better-----
I used the word random to descibe a difference in conditions at the same time AND AT DIFFERENT DISTANCES.

apply reaction in distance to produce a result...
Reaction within reaction......nested.

REACTION
DISTANCE
REACTION LEVELS

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Does anything I've posted here seem right to anyone , or am I just a crazy loon with wild imagination?
 
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According to your theory - What is an electron?

I too am trying to find scientists to confirm or deny my own theory, by simply proving that no one truly understands the basic fundermental properties of nature. If they did they would be able to explain what an electron is.

If your theory is correct you should be able to answer the simple questions,

What is an electron?

What is time?

What is a gravity?

And including the questions raised at Strings 2000

"Are all the (measurable) dimensionless parameters that characterize the physical universe calculable in principle or are some merely determined by historical or quantum mechanical accident and uncalculable? "

David Gross, Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of California, Santa Barbara

"How can quantum gravity help explain the origin of the universe?"

Edward Witten, California Institute of Technology and Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton

"What is the lifetime of the proton and how do we understand it?"

Steve Gubser, Princeton University and California Institute of Technology

"Is Nature supersymmetric, and if so, how is supersymmetry broken?"
Sergio Ferrara, CERN (European Laboratory of Particle Physics)
Gordon Kane, University of Michigan

"Why does the universe appear to have one time and three space dimensions? "
Shamit Kachru, University of California, Berkeley
Sunil Mukhi, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research
Hiroshi Ooguri, California Institute of Technology

"Why does the cosmological constant have the value that it has, is it zero and is it really constant? "
Andrew Chamblin, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Renata Kallosh, Stanford University

"What are the fundamental degrees of freedom of M-theory (the theory whose low-energy limit is eleven-dimensional supergravity and which subsumes the five consistent superstring theories) and does the theory describe Nature? "
Louise Dolan, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Annamaria Sinkovics, Spinoza Institute
Billy & Linda Rose, San Antonio College

"What is the resolution of the black hole information paradox?"
Tibra Ali, Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, Cambridge
Samir Mathur, Ohio State University

"What physics explains the enormous disparity between the gravitational scale and the typical mass scale of the elementary particles? "
Matt Strassler, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton

"Can we quantitatively understand quark and gluon confinement in Quantum Chromodynamics and the existence of a mass gap? "
Igor Klebanov, Princeton University
Oyvind Tafjord, McGill University
 

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OK, that's enough with the Strings 2000 questions. Parsimony, parsimony!
 
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It is maybe not questions that need to be answered! Maybe it is the correct question (or key) put to the problem (or door) that will reveal (or unlock) the answer (what's behind the door?)

Have you ever thought about what YOU really are?

The finer and finer our knowledge and understanding of everything becomes, the more and more we realise that we are made up of the same stuff.

Gravity comments

We are a 'component' of our planets 'framework', we exist in a 'layer' of our planet.

Our 'layer' has a 'scope' from the top of the 'crust layer' to the 'atmosphere layer'.

Our 'layer' has a 'pull' than 'push' effect (or inwards:absorbing/outwards:expelling), where the 'pull' slightly stronger.

A tree over time 'pushes' upwards, as it moves upwards it is also 'spun' in a manner like a vortex.

In a spacestation we are attempting to recreate a 'virtual earth layer'.

Electron comments

Mathematical constructs are 'static approximations' of 'regular features' of ' energy movement' in a 'dynamic environment'.

Mathematical expressions are the 'relationships' between 'static approximations'.

Numbers are used to 'relate a series' of 'regular (circular) divisions' of 'static approximations' that are used as 'frames' to produce a 'virtual dynamic environment'.

This 'virtual dynamic environment' can be used to 'study the effects' of 'enegry movement' at a 'particular ratio' in 'relation to ourselves' or 'standardized measures' we use to 'communicate'.
 
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Maybe its simply reaction, or is that too simple to except?

Perception.......?

Things can probagate and/or be direct.
The result of both in tandem just might explain something.
 

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Bad dog, use math. Imagination will always draw a crowd. Many moths have died needlessly around the campfire. I flunked physics 401 the first time because I was too lazy to stay up all night to work out my DEQ homework.
 
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Whats DEQ?

Numeric or Logical math?
 
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On a silver platter....right?

Picture this......remember the triangle for fire.
ABILITY
SPACE
TIME

TIME IS NOT AN ENTITY OR OBJECT.
 
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wonderer said:
Maybe its simply reaction, or is that too simple to except?

Perception.......?

Things can probagate and/or be direct.
The result of both in tandem just might explain something.
'Both in tandem' - are you refering to the fact our perceptions behaviour is similar to the behaviour of nature?
 

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DEQ: aka diffEQ = differential equations. I'm still reluctant to even attempt mapping 11 dimensional space-time to find the missing TOE. Crap, I'm still trying to figure out 4 dimensional space-time. Confusing. I can only see 4 dimensions, but, it takes 11 dimensions to explain them. I shudder to think how many dimensions it will take to explain the 'missing' 7 once they are found. Must be a string theory thing. The more you unravel it, the more you get strung on.
 

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Chronos said:
DEQ: aka diffEQ = differential equations. I'm still reluctant to even attempt mapping 11 dimensional space-time to find the missing TOE. Crap, I'm still trying to figure out 4 dimensional space-time. Confusing. I can only see 4 dimensions, but, it takes 11 dimensions to explain them. I shudder to think how many dimensions it will take to explain the 'missing' 7 once they are found. Must be a string theory thing. The more you unravel it, the more you get strung on.
Not so. The extra dimensions in string physics come from the need to describe the string consistently, not explaining lower dimensions. And they've had stable numbers for decades: 28 for bosonic strings, 10 for superstrings, 11 for M-theory. With clear, if technical, explanations of why they are different.
 
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'Both in tandem' - are you refering to the fact our perceptions behaviour is similar to the behaviour of nature?
No.
Throw a ball.(direct)
Play music.(probagate)
Tape a walkman to the ball then throw it. The sound changes(both in tandem)

MATH
To do the math for each "whole" would include:
All the Space,All the Abilities(Vibrations for one) and All the time for that "whole" and each sub-level"whole" and each neighbor.

Else the math will never be right!
 
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ANOLOGY

Apply anology->->A TRAIN WHISTLE.

Apply anology to this framework.
Do the math.
 
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"resistance is futile"
 
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Ok, just in case the words "resistance is futile" was misunderstood. That was only meant to be funny....
 
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Is quantum mechanics more or less a way to avoid doing all the math beyond a certain precision?
 

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wonderer said:
Is quantum mechanics more or less a way to avoid doing all the math beyond a certain precision?

No, not at all. Perturbation theory could be described that way; express physics as an infinite series and only do the first n terms. But perturbation is a feature of work in classical physics too, for example celestial mechanics. If you mean uncertainty, that's not a cop-out, but a severe constraint, which has to be dealt with, and it does not prevent exact depictions in particlular cases. For example the photons in a laser beam all have the same frequency, hence momentum, to a high degree of exactitude. Uncertainty then says that we can know nothing about the position of any particular photon in the beam.

Beyond the simple cases the equations of quantum mechanics tend to become insoluble in exact terms. So approximations have to be used. This again is a common feature of all kinds of physics.
 
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Wouldn't it be possible to eliminate the uncertainty for the anything if it were passing through space(not just nothing) reacting with it as it goes. Even though there would be little happening, there would still be some interaction. And don't forget the cost of shipping and handling.....
 
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Uncertainty in the universe, isn't necessarily something we need to get rid of, to explain the universe.

It might be the most fundamental thing in the universe. If we didn't have uncertainty we wouldn't have change.

Getting beyond it, to explain the origin of the universe, is another thing though.
 
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Getting beyond the point... it's really about the shape 'm', 'w' and '-'......
 
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'-' coud not exist without 'm' and 'w'......
 
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I do appreciate your responses. It seems to me the answers went AROUND the question and didnt answer it...
Could anything be solved passing through space, not just nothing. With no approximations.

In this context NOTHING = LACK OF REACTION.
 
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Reflector said:
Getting beyond the point... it's really about the shape 'm', 'w' and '-'......
I'm stupid. What exactly is m,w and -. shape in your terms?
 
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wonderer said:
On a silver platter....right?

Picture this......remember the triangle for fire.
ABILITY
SPACE
TIME


TIME IS NOT AN ENTITY OR OBJECT.
Remove any one.....the whole is no more...
 

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