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Re: Most fascinating thing about our Universe?

April 10, 2019 12:57PM
For you, personally, I mean... and, of course, anyone else silly enough to be following this thread.

Multiverse's, Black Holes, fascinate me to be sure... but they aren't what intrigues me the most because they are so speculative, unproven - at this time that is. Plus - pondering them can give you a headache.

I think for me it's this... and this is so far over my a head that you're going to have to deal with a very poor explanation. Simultaneous Reactions spanning vast, in fact the entire, scope of space itself. And this is... well, lets call it 'semi-proven' because some semantics are involved but they 'know' this happens... or at least believe they do, it's accepted anyway. It gets muddy... because it does not counter known physical laws... even though it does. laughing smiley That demon 'time' rudely interjects itself into this.

The two slit experiment deals with this... and though I've watched pretty much every youtube of this experiment, and it's explanation, it remains as elusive to my comprehension as the Gurley situation.

Ever notice that every single "Amazing Fact Of The Universe" youtube video will contain the following sequence - "So you will logically conclude that the result is _______, but you would be wrong".

It's a good thing I'm not in charge... I have a tendency to adopt the movie character Mack's logic in the movie Cannery Row... when Doc, rhetorically, asks "How am I going to solve this, Mack?"... Mack's reply is straight to point: "Why don't you just give up?". - JamesJM

I am having a hard time reading today (migraine med) so to be honest I am not sure I directly followed that.

But I think you're talking about entanglement? Entanglement is proven fact. Interestingly enough, it has been shown that entanglement is part of photosynthesis. So plants knew about entanglement many millennia before humans figured it out. (That's not me joshing, that comes from real studies that are out there.)

I think you also said that black holes are not proven? But yes they are. Not only did we photograph one (just today in fact) (not sure if you knew that) ( cool smiley )...but there are many very precise calculations of star orbits that demonstrate something is there having a direct gravitational effect on them on a massive scale. Plus they omit different kinds of radiation that can't be explained any other way. And so on.

If I COMPLETELY misread you, like even worse than I thought, be tolerant. Some days, brain not work good.


Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 04/10/2019 12:58PM by zn.

  First photo of a Black Hole...

JamesJM97April 10, 2019 05:27AM

  and on the black hole...

zn55April 10, 2019 07:13AM

  Those big fat liars...

JamesJM52April 10, 2019 07:35AM

  Re: Those big fat liars...

zn45April 10, 2019 09:13AM

  Oh I've been following it...

JamesJM24April 10, 2019 10:27AM

  Re: Oh I've been following it...

zn26April 10, 2019 11:38AM

  Most fascinating thing about our Universe?

JamesJM25April 10, 2019 12:40PM

  Re: Most fascinating thing about our Universe?

zn26April 10, 2019 12:57PM


JamesJM26April 10, 2019 01:24PM


zn27April 10, 2019 01:38PM

  Hey wait, I'm changing my choice....

JamesJM25April 10, 2019 01:36PM

  Re: Hey wait, I'm changing my choice....

zn27April 10, 2019 01:46PM

  I can explain magnetism...

JamesJM23April 10, 2019 02:04PM

  Re: I can explain magnetism...

zn27April 10, 2019 03:41PM

  Question for all...

JamesJM26April 10, 2019 02:46PM

  I hate to bring this up

Atlantic Ram33April 10, 2019 03:09PM

  Never heard of 'Seth'...

JamesJM28April 11, 2019 07:26AM

  It is interesting...

Atlantic Ram25April 11, 2019 03:00PM

  All the Black Hole talk takes me back to that 1979 Disney flick.

Ramgator21April 14, 2019 04:39PM