2020: Physics Nobel Prize:

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  1. exchemist Valued Senior Member

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    ......and now suspended from that forum, I see. I wondered how long that was going to take.
     
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  3. paddoboy Valued Senior Member

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    Cygnus X-1 at last reports.
    More weird emotional responses.
    That would be worth another 3 day layoff at the other place.

    And while you are playing being weird, perhaps you should also verify for us all [in your eyes that is] what drives the Sun and stars. I mean we have yet to grab a piece and show empirically it is nuclear fusion!

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    Perhaps that is also explained in your "new physics"

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  5. Kristoffer Giant Hyrax Valued Senior Member

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    Seems like it was smart of me to put the pov on ignore after one post.
     
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  7. POVphysics2 Registered Member

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    Picking an argument is off topic.
     
  8. POVphysics2 Registered Member

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    I mean, we appreciate their contributions to physics with regard to black holes. But sooner or later, the physics community is going to have to get down to figuring out what spacetime is made, so that we can go beyond rocketry to interstellar travel.
     
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  9. exchemist Valued Senior Member

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    You still here? Changed your mind, apparently.

    You might find this interesting: https://www2.physics.ox.ac.uk/resea...theoretical-physics/what-is-spacetime-made-of

    But I don't think you have the necessary tools to follow something like this up. You need a physics course.
     
  10. paddoboy Valued Senior Member

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    Physics is doing pretty well with regards to spacetime and BH's thank you very much.
    We have pretty successful theories that show how spacetime is warped, twisted, curved, and gravitationally waved in the presence of mass/energy. We see that geometry as gravity.
    Gravity is geometry.
     
  11. POVphysics2 Registered Member

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    Nice article. Why is it like pulling teeth with you people around here? The physics community has made physics so unnecessarily complicated that leading physicists admit that they can't make new progress. That doesn't make anyone smart! The way you make progress in physics is by making the process easier to do, easier to understand. I've tried to help with that, but all I've gotten are a bunch of people with shitty attitudes! But finally, a two paragraph article about how physicists ask a lot of questions. Nice!

    BTW, my model comes with experiments.
     
  12. Michael 345 New year. PRESENT is 71 years old Valued Senior Member

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    Hope received a better one than the other

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  13. Michael 345 New year. PRESENT is 71 years old Valued Senior Member

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    We find it more fun than answering you

    Mine comes with blonde hair and loves to experiment

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  14. paddoboy Valued Senior Member

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    You havn't got a model, just some half baked unevidenced and already debunked conglomeration of scientifically sounding words.
     
  15. POVphysics2 Registered Member

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    You're nothing special. You're just an agitator.
     
  16. Michael 345 New year. PRESENT is 71 years old Valued Senior Member

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    Gets washing done

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  17. origin Heading towards oblivion Valued Senior Member

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    Absolutely wrong. It is made as easy as possible. These are difficult concepts, you can't magically make them easy.
    That's like saying, scientist should make it easy to make a CPU, so everyone can make there own.
    You can't help anything in physics, you don't have the knowledge to understand current physics let alone bring any new ideas.
    You don't have a model, you have a mish-mash of half understood concepts combined with made up stuff resulting in a nothing worth looking at.
     
  18. exchemist Valued Senior Member

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    Well what do you expect? You show up claiming to have a new model of physics, but making statements that immediately betray a lack of knowledge of physics (wave functions, de Broglie's relation etc).

    No one can make a new model with any credibility, unless it can fit with the rest of physics - which you obviously do not understand. Nobody is going to be interested in a new model that fails to account for all the stuff the current model already explains. That should be obvious. If you don't know much physics you can't make that check.

    Relativity cranks are two a penny on the internet. Many of them complain that current physics is too complicated, by which, it turns out, they mean they can't follow the maths. We get about one a month of these people. There are several on the go in this forum already, in various places.

    Then you arrive. What are we to think?
     
  19. POVphysics2 Registered Member

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  20. POVphysics2 Registered Member

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    Sounds like you're just making stuff up. Can you be specific? Why are you mentioning de Broglie's relationship? I haven't actually talked about it in years. Yes I talked about wave functions, but you're comments are so thick headed, it's like you're attacking on autopilot without really engaging. Seriously, you're just saying things that have nothing to do with reality.

    You're calling me a relativity crank, but it sounds to me like you are hallucinating things that I never said.

    Hey! Exchemist! Snap out of it! Focus!
     
  21. POVphysics2 Registered Member

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    Anyway, the physics community needs to get off their butts and do some real physics now. Real physics is empirical physics. You can't just rely upon the LHC to fix everything. You have to be creative. And calculating absurdly irrelevant things like: how long do protons last before they decay, how long will the universe exist, all these questions are a waste of time, waste of careers. You've spent enough time contemplating your navels about black holes. Either figure out what spacetime is made of and invent the interstellar drive, or give back your research grants! Stop wasting taxpayer money on nonsense projects!!!
     
  22. Dywyddyr Penguinaciously duckalicious. Valued Senior Member

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    And yet....
    from the link YOU gave (post 10 this thread) to YOUR OWN POST dated 26 November this year.
    Someone is clearly hallucinating.
    Or just lying.
     
  23. origin Heading towards oblivion Valued Senior Member

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    Learn some physics and then your posts may be worth reading.
     

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