WHY does anything exist?

Discussion in 'General Philosophy' started by lightgigantic, May 16, 2007.

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  1. Dywyddyr Penguinaciously duckalicious. Valued Senior Member

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    It gives you a big kiss now and again?
    I think you'll find that the only place that "concept" exists is in your head.

    Link please. This appears to be yet another supposition (and contradicts your previous claim that it was matter/ anti-matter).

    Supposition. And self-evidently wrong.

    Wrong.

    That's not what I said.
    I realise now that you're incapable of reading a coherent sentence, let alone putting one together.

    Oh, we are so different.
     
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  3. NietzscheHimself Banned Banned

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    Wrong direction on timeline. Your question should have been something like, "what caused light?" I guess light doesn't count as matter in your book.

    Because you don't believe the universe is isotropically expanding at the same speed it was when it started. What slows light down from marking uncharted territories into being lit with the colors of the universe?
    So we have completely learned how to synthesize any anti-atoms we want?

    Doubtful.
     
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  5. Dywyddyr Penguinaciously duckalicious. Valued Senior Member

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    That would be incorrect.
    Light did not cause the Big Bang. Still waiting for a link...

    How do you know what I do and do not believe? And your claim is still self-evidently wrong.

    Huh? How does this relate to your statement that anti-carbon is impossible? It may be impracticable at the moment, and even not possible at the moment. Neither of which is the same as impossible.

    Hardly.

    Still getting kisses from the universe?
     
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  7. NietzscheHimself Banned Banned

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    Beep!!! Invalid answer. It was a question.
    Assumption. Wrong. Without light there would be no matter to combine and form into electrons.

    Throw out extreme verbiage. With you it seems no response means correct. Assumption/ supposition means debatable in light of new propositions. "Nonsense" means it is true. Then move to the other extreme, I can narrow down your beliefs. In what manner do you believe it is wrong or is this just another assumption?

    Good try to use that type of logic more often.


    Jealous?
     
  8. Dywyddyr Penguinaciously duckalicious. Valued Senior Member

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    No it wasn't:
    Post #400.

    The assumption (and incorrectness) would be yours. Please provide a link to substantiate this assertion.

    Also incorrect. Your statement:
    Is an assumption (i.e. not only do you NOT know this for a fact you also cannot show it) it is also incorrect that there would be a "beam". It would, if anything, be an expanding spherical wavefront.
    You're not "narrowing down my beliefs", you're simply asserting things you cannot substantiate.

    You mean the logic that just showed your error?
    You're hardly in a position to patronise considering the large holes in your own "logic".

    Nope. Literate.
     
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  9. NietzscheHimself Banned Banned

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    Unless you intend to teach me something about the formation of objects before nuclei began in baryogenesis.


    Agreed. Sorry I was thinking one dimensionally. So what is the force that drives this expansion?

    I would never patronize the logician who considered building a pair and having them annihilate in order to conform to my assumptions.

    But what we want is a new-

    "Sense of truth.-I think well of all skepticism to which I may reply, "Let us try it." But I no longer want to hear those things and questions which do not permit experiments. This is the limit of my "sense of truth": for there courage has lost its rights"- NietzscheHimself
     
  10. Randwolf Ignorance killed the cat Valued Senior Member

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    Well, I was hoping someone would teach me something about that which existed prior to the formation of objects before nuclei began in baryogenesis.

    Actually, what I'd really love to know is what the previous environment was like before that which existed prior to the formation of objects before nuclei began in baryogenesis.

    Can you help me out here, NietzscheHimself?


    Oh, sorry. I forgot that you will no longer be participating in this thread since you are seeking a new
    Presumably you will be ambling off elsewhere in search of said "things and questions which do not permit experiments", being that this represents your limit of the "sense of truth", right?

    Or maybe courage will, in fact, regain its rights?
     
  11. NietzscheHimself Banned Banned

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    This question doesn't interfere with current debate over experimentation. Very good question indeed. It is the very reason we need to push for experimentation in the proposed manner. To find the source for dark energy that gave the initial particles a start, or to find it was created in unison with the BB. As for what is "nothing" or before the BB I could propose for it to have been cyclic. Each time possibly creating new and different laws, but that would just be the very essence of our most impossible dreams. It all came from particles smaller than light, particles that are usually nothing appear for instants as waves headed for a central gravitational location.
     
  12. Dywyddyr Penguinaciously duckalicious. Valued Senior Member

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    What do you mean "unless"?
    Baryogenesis has nothing to with your initial claim. Please support your claim that: light caused the big bang.

    A pair of what? Logicians don't experiment.

    No. What you need is a new brain. One that actually works.

    And I'm STILL waiting for you to answer a question I asked earlier:

    You: 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.

    Me: Why do you think this would produce a Big Bang?
    When (and why) do you think it has been performed before?
     
  13. Dywyddyr Penguinaciously duckalicious. Valued Senior Member

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    So now we have a third claim.
    Originally you stated it was matter/ anti-matter. Then it was light. And now it's "particles smaller than light".
    And what, exactly, is this "central gravitational location"?
    Still making things up?
     
  14. NietzscheHimself Banned Banned

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    they can.
    It did.
    that is pre BB.
    What you assumed to be a "singularity"
     
  15. Dywyddyr Penguinaciously duckalicious. Valued Senior Member

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    All of which are (wild) supposition. Links please.

    What I assumed to be a singularity?
    Please point out where I referred at all to a "singularity" that is acting as a "central gravitational location" toward which "particles smaller than light" are headed.
     
  16. wesmorris Nerd Overlord - we(s):1 of N Valued Senior Member

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    Are we assuming we're not computer simulations?
     
  17. wynn ˙ Valued Senior Member

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    And who made the computer?

    The brain in a vat scenario is just a distraction.
     
  18. Randwolf Ignorance killed the cat Valued Senior Member

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    Is there some aspect of infinite regression that you don't comprehend?

    Just curious. :shrug:
     
  19. wesmorris Nerd Overlord - we(s):1 of N Valued Senior Member

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    Sarkus probably said this here already, but this is pretty much it. (and sort of the point of the question taken as distraction)
     
  20. NietzscheHimself Banned Banned

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    Never heard of it before now. There are lots of chains of events I don't fully understand. A gap from history missing coupled with the experiments we have never accomplished.
    How to make each set of assumptions cyclic or end in the mind of another I suppose would be the one place I comprehend the least.
     
  21. Dywyddyr Penguinaciously duckalicious. Valued Senior Member

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    What gap?

    Such as?

    Damn' that's a long list, ya'know?
     
  22. NietzscheHimself Banned Banned

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    The one that completes the "absolute" formation of DNA.

    If a matter-anitmatter pair in the right hands could lead to a paradigm shift of some sort

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    Which list is longer. The finite "known"? or the infinite unknown?
     
  23. Dywyddyr Penguinaciously duckalicious. Valued Senior Member

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    Pardon? What do you mean by that?

    An explosion you mean?

    Or the things you know little about.

    Still waiting for answers to my previous questions...
     
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