WHY does anything exist?

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  1. NietzscheHimself Banned Banned

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    If you think this is a joke I'll happily make more assumptions. If you think it's all nonsense you haven't been paying much attention to me or your surroundings.
     
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  3. Dywyddyr Penguinaciously duckalicious. Valued Senior Member

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    Nope. I don't think it's a joke. Although you tend to be.

    Yup, more generalised arm-waving and no back up. Just what I expected.
     
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  5. Wisdom_Seeker Speaker of my truth Valued Senior Member

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    Duh, God was bored, so He created 'Maya' as his own cosmic T.V.
     
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  7. NietzscheHimself Banned Banned

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    So what I have a Jolly spark when the opposition is as in-specific as you.

    I would hardly call a proposed experiment, confirmed by yourself to not have taken place for a long time, "arm-waving." If anything I'm amused by your stubbornness.

    Can't point out one tiny speckle or flaw in the design I try to imprint into your head. Call the lot of everything nonsense. Your words are just full of stories aren't they. Surely someone as genuinely ingenious as yourself could actually tear apart some holes upon the object in question.
     
  8. Dywyddyr Penguinaciously duckalicious. Valued Senior Member

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    Do you mean non-specific? Unspecific?
    What is there to be specific about?

    A proposed experiment? Really? Where did you propose this? And what do you mean "confirmed by me to not have taken place for a long time"?

    As amused as I am by your inability to post anything of substance? Or stick to the point?

    I have done so. Repeatedly. And all you do is amble along adding yet more inanity.

    And there you go again. All you've posted so far is arm-waving generalisations and drivel. Oh, and contradictory statements.
     
  9. NietzscheHimself Banned Banned

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    You said nobody has seen them all assimilated, which means nothing the like is around for lightyears and lightyears. Possibly not even anywhere.

    Every substance known is not substantial information to anything?

    You have only said one thing that was actually about the completely unproven object.

    I can dance too

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  10. Dywyddyr Penguinaciously duckalicious. Valued Senior Member

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    Or ever.
    And what does this have to do with "experiment"?

    Where have you posted every substance known?

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    And you haven't actually specified this "object".

    Badly. Much the same way as you "think".
     
  11. NietzscheHimself Banned Banned

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    When I said one atom of each from the periodic table of elements combine by nanotechnology would create high energy levels similar to that of the big bang. I proposed a specified experiment containing every substance known to man.
     
  12. Dywyddyr Penguinaciously duckalicious. Valued Senior Member

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    Why do you think this would produce a Big Bang?
    When (and why) do you think it has been performed before?

    Do you not think (sorry, stupid question, but...) that performing such an "experiment" would be slightly dangerous if it were to "create high energy levels similar to that of the big bang"?
    Where (and how) should it be performed?
     
  13. wynn ˙ Valued Senior Member

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    What a love affair the two of you have here!

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  14. Rav Valued Senior Member

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    NietzscheHimself shouldn't feel too special though. Dywyddyr loves many people in this way (although NietzscheHimself is getting most of the love presently, which counts for something I guess).
     
  15. wynn ˙ Valued Senior Member

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    Well, I am jealous!!

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  16. NietzscheHimself Banned Banned

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    I didn't. I said the energy levels are similar. They "identify" with each other. You supposedly need its antimatter pair to produce a big bang. Which we have no access to. Unless of corse there is an antimatter me doing the same exact thing in another dimension, which I doubt. Or we make two of them and smash them together.
    Of all the endless statistics in the universe it probably exists somewhere or had existed or will exist.
    Actually I was expecting you to ask questions like this. How far down into Murphy's law are we to be content with our expectations of the proposed experiment? At what point should we expect failure if at all.
    In a vacuum, under adult supervision, and from "light" to heavy.
     
  17. Dywyddyr Penguinaciously duckalicious. Valued Senior Member

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    If they're similar (but one doesn't produce a Big Bang) then how exactly are they similar? Given that these "energy levels" are going to localised...

    Supposedly? According to whom? Links please.

    Oh shit! I wonder if anyone told the guys at CERN that think they have some.

    Ah, the old woo-woo stand by. Other dimensions.

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    Apart from expecting me to ask questions "like this" were you at any point expecting yourself to answer them? And you still haven't answered the basic one:
    Why do you think this would produce [energy levels similar to] a Big Bang?

    In a vacuum? Why? And where is this vacuum? Will (if it does produce equivalent energy levels) "adult supervision" prevent it doing damage?
     
  18. Randwolf Ignorance killed the cat Valued Senior Member

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    Proposing and executing are two entirely different acts.

    Do you have the facilities to carry this out? I surely don't.

    OTH, perhaps you can provide the maths that would describe "one atom of each from the periodic table of elements combine[d] by nanotechnology would create high energy levels similar to that of the big bang." Yes? No?

    I can't do this either since I can't determine what it is you mean by "combining" these atoms. It would have to be damn quick, because some of these elements degrade in seconds...
     
  19. Randwolf Ignorance killed the cat Valued Senior Member

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    ORLY? They have a secret handshake or such?

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  20. NietzscheHimself Banned Banned

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    It takes two to tango... big bangs come from closely related objects having a little power play. Think about it. If it is too large or too small it is just going to absorb or be absorbed.

    At some point an unknown reaction called baryogenesis violated the conservation of baryon number, leading to a very small excess of quarks and leptons over antiquarks and antileptons—of the order of one part in 30 million. This resulted in the predominance of matter over antimatter in the present Universe.Timeline_of_the_Big_Bang

    Where ever did you get this "no access business". Like something at CERN bears any resemblance to this.

    Yes. It contains every object made by the big bang in extremely close proximity. Think of the object as the dense state in the expanding universe theory.

    A tiny little vacuum sealed jar. I doubt any damage will be done with someone as responsible as you on my back.
     
  21. Dywyddyr Penguinaciously duckalicious. Valued Senior Member

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    Pardon? Evidence please.

    WTF are you talking about?

    Uh, yes. This was after the Big Bang. Not the cause of it. I'll repeat my question since you seem to be answering a different one:
    You: You supposedly need its antimatter pair to produce a big bang.
    Me: Supposedly? According to whom? Links please.

    You: Which we have no access to [antimatter]. Post #393 sentence 5.
    Me: (Rephrased) CERN manufactures the stuff.

    So what?

    You are among the more seriously deluded (and incomprehensible) cranks on this site. You're quite a fascinating study in random inanity. At least your "thoughts" make sense to you. (Well I assume they do).
     
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  22. Randwolf Ignorance killed the cat Valued Senior Member

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    So Nietzche is about to be absorbed - quite the concept...


    Yeah, violating Lorentz invariance tends to have unpredictable results...


    I think I'll just pretend I never saw this..

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    Said objects evolving and changing while ever expanding, yes? As in Cosmology's premise that a gigantic singularity eruption brought on the creation of elementary particles, subsequently followed by the formation of helium and hydrogen, and then the development of galaxies from these basic elements, right? So? Have you considered the possibility of an oscillating universe? What, if any impact, does this have on your existing premise?


    Great attempt at humor. Notice the emphasize on "attempt"...

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  23. NietzscheHimself Banned Banned

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    lol good keep it unspoken. We wouldn't want to overheat any tiny brains.

    Yes to changing and evolving at the highest elevation, Yet to ours like anything else it takes heat to expand. Yes to the concept know as "osculating universe". It doesn't really change anything it's just confirmation that principals and tools exist to start moving in the proposed direction. If we find this object does oscillate, then it might be useful in the energy department. On a large scale, yes planets and suns vibrate as they emit energy and heat.

    I try to carry conversations with humor. If I fail I hope nobody notices :shh:

    light caused the big bang. If you were to go out far beyond the universe you would see nothing but a beam of light glowing and expanding in the distance.
    I don't need anything from CERN because anti-carbon is impossible and a matching pair is therefore invalid.


    You like to study nothing? I would consider that a hobby of mine as well. We aren't so different you and I.
     
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