01-17-12, 05:33 AM #1
A time travel->kill Grandfather->no A was made->grandfather not killed->A was made->A time travel->kill Grandfather->no A was made->grandfather not killed->A was made->A time travel->kill Grandfather->no A was made->grandfather not killed->A was made->A time travel->kill Grandfather->no A was made->grandfather not killed->A was made->...
Until A decide to not kill grandfather->loop broken
Therefore grandfather paradox has the shape of a circle with one portion moved on top of another portion
Predestination paradox has the shape of either a sigma, an anticlockwise o or a letter d
Ontological paradox has the simplest shape of the three: Anticlockwise o
That means one version of the predestination is also an ontological paradox, as stated by wikipedia
Last edited by Secret; 01-17-12 at 07:15 AM.
01-17-12, 06:36 AM #2
01-22-12, 10:43 AM #3
Common sense before Wheels slapped a name on it.
01-25-12, 02:59 AM #4
Random thought 2:
According to wikipedia
Color charge = RGB
CantiC=W (where C=color)
(Note the colors have nothing to do with the colors in optics)
So basically you have some charges where complementary ones cancel and a certain combination of the triple of these cancel
Therefore If there exist something more difficult than the strong interaction, then is should behave as follows (should it exist)
Charges(||) = ABCDEFGH....%
So it means
Across different complementaries/subtypes:
complementary ones cancel
a triple of these cancel
a quadruple of these cancel
a n-ple of these cancel
2.Within the same subtype
IF strong interaction is like this, I believe physicists and mathematicians will be all crazy
(Above is a frustration on trying to laymenize the strong interaction so I can extrapolate it to its behaviour in negative mass for my scifi wiki)
EDIT: Some Scribbles
3 types of interaction
1.Interact and change
2.Interact but does not change
3.Does not interact and does not change
4. Does not interact but change???! (impossible)
(action at a distance also count as interaction)
EDIT: More scribbles
*[[Strong interaction]] (The color force reverses, resulting in 21 possible duplet and 48 possible triplet attractive color combination. Another consequence is all stable minus [[hadrons]] must carry net color charge (since neutral or white color combinations is repulsive thus forbidden for composite minuparticles). There is also more possible minuhardrons as the colorful combinations (such as a pair of quarks) in addition to the neutral combinations are permited (which is not the case for ordinary mass). The number of [[gluons]] does not depend on the mass as they are massless, and their number varies from universe to universe. Since the minuhardrons (including minunucleons) possess a net color charge, the [[residual nuclear force]] is significantly stronger between negative mass than ordinary mass thus minuhydrogen does not exist naturally, Instead they fuse easily to form <sup>-2</sup>He which dominates those universes and stellar nuclear fusion of minus stars follow pathways significantly different from that of ordinary matter)
EDIT: Take this , 2nd Law!
Negative mass inversion generators: Place the negative mass prodcued from one universe to another with strong 2nd law of thermodynamics. The law ensures all negative mass being exposed to those universes be overcompensated by huge amount of positive energy, which usually manifest as the negative mass undergoing phenomenon similar to supernovas. The energy caused by the 2nd law is then tapped in the process
(This is nonsense if negative mass does not exist)
Last edited by Secret; 01-25-12 at 11:23 AM.
02-10-12, 02:46 AM #5
Originally Posted by netherrealOriginally Posted by netherrealOriginally Posted by secret
Therefore you lose the game, and is OUT.
That means any future encounter with you, I will need to be extra careful to avoid becoming cranky
And should I spot a fundamental mistake you denided, it means I can simply continue the investigation without you
Last edited by Secret; 02-10-12 at 03:02 AM.
05-28-12, 06:48 PM #6
05-28-12, 09:20 PM #7
But actually I agree with him. I hold with the view that the past cannot be changed. If you went back to kill your grandfather 'fate' would somehow prevent you. The past cannot be changed, even if (and I have no idea if it is or not) time travel is possible. I express it thus it my very own mathematical equation:
the past is the past
Last edited by Epictetus; 05-28-12 at 09:26 PM.
05-28-12, 10:03 PM #8
05-28-12, 10:43 PM #9
06-23-12, 12:51 AM #10
lol this is actually the most direct way to show what happen in a grandfather paradox (with the given assumptions), Because of how the cause-effect cycles for every iteration of the loop, this illustrates why it is a paradox
Time is a really subtle concept and there are still a lot of mysterious surrounding its properties, such as whether it is emergent or fundemental
This thread is titled random thoughts thus I often deposit some of my sudden inspirations, ideas etc. i.e. basically anything that came on top of my mind, here and see whether I can stitch these fragments together in the future to get something that actually make sense
06-23-12, 07:24 AM #11
Use whaling ships to gather up the oceans garbage. They open the front doors or rear doors and sweep in the garbage where workers separate stuff into bins which then are put onto awaiting barges that take the debris to predetermined sites to either recycle , burn or reuse it. This would use the whaling ships for better purposes other than killing whales and pay the boats crews accordingly by a fund that the entire world must contribute to.
06-24-12, 02:12 AM #12
I feel like eating watermelon and having a glass of red wine, a nice merlot would be just perfect. It's getting late, so I should go to sleep soon, but I just drank some decafe coffee (not a lot of caffeine, but still some). Tomorrow, I don't wanna go to work. I really don't like my job anymore and will be glad to move on.
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