Discussion in 'Physics & Math' started by Wolv1, Aug 25, 2008.
i meant alive,sorry =P
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I meant: you should start there.
he's been dead for over 60 years i learned about him i school.
ok you guys said virtual particle's don't obey conservation laws.???
I'd say you didn't.
Learn about him, I mean.
so virtual particles DO violate causality.
Everything has a limit.
Including virtual existence; one more time, read something about Planck and what he found out.
Ok can everyone just post what i need to know 1 more time on the topic im asking?
so what are you saying? yes or no?
36 pages of this garbage wolv and you're asking the same question as your first question?
just answer the question.
You're not going to get to see the brontosaurus, no.
i never said anything about no dinosaurs.i just asked if VP in a sense time travel.
Ben,the last PM you sent me,so in a sense VP do break causality all the time.
cheski,if your not going to answer seriously then don't even answer at all.also i get that VP do,can,might,could violate causality well do they or don't?
If you're not going to make an effort to understand what has been answered dozens of times, don't ****ing ask the question again!
ok i will what do you want me to do? so ben was right in saying either way virtual particle's violate causality but since we don't see them doing it,does not effect us?
Wolv1: no-one "wants" you to do anything. But asking the same question, in various ways, over and over does get on one's wick.
From the look of it, there are one or two things you need a more fundamental grasp of, possibly what a cause-effect is, also possibly what the Planck limit is. You could go and see if you can find out a bit more -even just about those two things.
There are no "packaged answers" - even at sciforums.
ok what is cause-effect?
Separate names with a comma.