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2. ## Complex spaces

I have limited knowledge of this but was ”complex spaces” not possible before? I think have come across the term earlier, maybe more definitions are needed? What complex spaces are we discussing? what is GeneroiKantaolioidenTulot? Generates Constants Revenue? Lack of comments combined with usage of non-english definitions makes the program hard to read.
3. ## Complex spaces

What is this program supposed to do?
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6. ## Einstein's first Law

I was thinking of the FOR the physical experiment was carried out in.(if that helps)
7. ## Einstein's first Law

It says the same laws of physics apply. There is no experiment that shows that one frame must be at rest, while another must be in motion. Energy is a relative value so in general different frames will measure a different energy.
8. ## Is there an experiment that verifies what happens when two unrelated matter waves collide?

You will see wave behavior if your experiment is set up to see that, and particle behavior in an experiment designed to see particle behavior. It’s not like a quantum particle acting as a wave can never exhibit particle behavior in some other interaction. Observing isn’t an issue - this isn’t related to wave function collapse
9. ## Pascal's wager and atheism (split from What made you stop believing in God?)

Very true, it needs physical evidence. For me space and time itself, the atoms, electrons, photons, waves are sign of God. For me God=Nature I rather believe, (gives power) than not. I think Pascal sensed that. I need the best physical evidence and I got Nature. I understand how small and simple I am. I understand that I am still Valuable. I have Energy, Matter and Information in Space(Time). Of course they are, it's right there in pascals wager What atheists betting on? It is a bit unclear even I read this forum since a while. As far as I understand they are betting on Nothing when it comes to God. The crazy thing is that the only supernatural I can sense is the sense of Nothing. Space, time, energy and matter free state. 0. God = 0 0,0 0,00. 0.00....0=time
10. ## Why do humans walk upright?

! Moderator Note This is a discussion forum, not your blog or a place to publish scientific papers. I left the abstract. If you want to discuss your idea you are free to do that. If you want your paper published then submit it to a journal. ! Moderator Note Moved to Speculations. Please read the special rules for this section of the forum.
11. ## The solution of the Cosmological constant problem ?

a would be the differential between your H/H_0 recall that a as the scale factor is just a dimensionless ratio parameter. You set scale factor at cosmological time now at 1. a would be the differential between your H/H_0 recall that a as the scale factor is just a dimensionless ratio parameter. You set scale factor at cosmological time now at 1. Here this will help ${\small\begin{array}{|c|c|c|c|c|c|}\hline T_{Ho} (Gy) & T_{H\infty} (Gy) & S_{eq} & H_{0} & \Omega_\Lambda & \Omega_m\\ \hline 14.4&17.3&3400&67.9&0.693&0.307\\ \hline \end{array}}$ ${\small\begin{array}{|r|r|r|r|r|r|r|r|r|r|r|r|r|r|r|r|} \hline a=1/S&S&T (Gy)&R (Gly)&D_{now} (Gly)&D_{then}(Gly)&D_{hor}(Gly)&V_{gen}/c&H/Ho \\ \hline 0.001&1090.000&0.000373&0.000628&45.331596&0.041589&0.056714&21.023&22915.263\\ \hline 0.001&863.334&0.000551&0.000915&45.159913&0.052309&0.071406&18.232&15740.128\\ \hline 0.001&683.804&0.000810&0.001326&44.962398&0.065753&0.089864&15.881&10859.192\\ \hline 0.002&541.606&0.001183&0.001915&44.736079&0.082599&0.113040&13.885&7520.218\\ \hline 0.002&428.979&0.001722&0.002756&44.477683&0.103683&0.142116&12.180&5224.758\\ \hline 0.003&339.773&0.002496&0.003956&44.183524&0.130038&0.178562&10.712&3639.803\\ \hline 0.004&269.117&0.003606&0.005666&43.849475&0.162938&0.224202&9.443&2541.361\\ \hline 0.005&213.154&0.005194&0.008100&43.470902&0.203941&0.281289&8.340&1777.702\\ \hline 0.006&168.829&0.007463&0.011563&43.042568&0.254948&0.352603&7.377&1245.393\\ \hline 0.007&133.721&0.010698&0.016484&42.558633&0.318265&0.441559&6.533&873.554\\ \hline 0.009&105.913&0.015309&0.023478&42.012463&0.396668&0.552333&5.791&613.344\\ \hline 0.012&83.889&0.021873&0.033412&41.396601&0.493471&0.690005&5.138&430.988\\ \hline 0.015&66.444&0.031211&0.047518&40.702622&0.612585&0.860719&4.561&303.042\\ \hline 0.019&52.627&0.044487&0.067545&39.921133&0.758568&1.071848&4.051&213.190\\ \hline 0.024&41.683&0.063355&0.095974&39.041469&0.936624&1.332155&3.600&150.041\\ \hline 0.030&33.015&0.090158&0.136321&38.051665&1.152552&1.651928&3.200&105.633\\ \hline 0.038&26.150&0.128224&0.193578&36.938267&1.412573&2.043059&2.845&74.389\\ \hline 0.048&20.712&0.182274&0.274818&35.686105&1.722983&2.519001&2.530&52.398\\ \hline 0.061&16.405&0.258995&0.390062&34.278330&2.089532&3.094542&2.250&36.917\\ \hline 0.077&12.993&0.367873&0.553490&32.695921&2.516347&3.785220&2.002&26.017\\ \hline 0.097&10.291&0.522342&0.785104&30.917756&3.004225&4.606237&1.782&18.342\\ \hline 0.123&8.151&0.741396&1.112970&28.920472&3.547949&5.570564&1.587&12.938\\ \hline 0.155&6.456&1.051751&1.575989&26.679131&4.132295&6.685941&1.415&9.137\\ \hline 0.196&5.114&1.490772&2.226851&24.167785&4.726112&7.950210&1.265&6.467\\ \hline 0.247&4.050&2.109877&3.133394&21.362526&5.274330&9.344906&1.135&4.596\\ \hline 0.312&3.208&2.977691&4.373615&18.247534&5.688090&10.827382&1.026&3.292\\ \hline 0.394&2.541&4.180384&6.013592&14.827243&5.835394&12.323993&0.942&2.395\\ \hline 0.497&2.013&5.813076&8.053192&11.147771&5.539179&13.731340&0.888&1.788\\ \hline 0.627&1.594&7.955449&10.346218&7.320583&4.592515&14.935503&0.873&1.392\\ \hline 0.792&1.263&10.632280&12.576261&3.528946&2.795101&15.853609&0.907&1.145\\ \hline 1.000&1.000&13.787206&14.399932&0.000000&0.000000&16.472274&1.000&1.000\\ \hline 1.263&0.792&17.302122&15.660852&3.144839&3.970507&16.845080&1.161&0.919\\ \hline 1.571&0.637&20.811932&16.388509&5.639833&8.860361&17.041221&1.380&0.879\\ \hline 1.955&0.512&24.444731&16.808523&7.715938&15.083827&17.146441&1.675&0.857\\ \hline 2.433&0.411&28.147021&17.039505&9.416655&22.906412&17.198866&2.056&0.845\\ \hline 3.027&0.330&31.886775&17.163312&10.797410&32.682676&17.221760&2.540&0.839\\ \hline 3.766&0.265&35.646534&17.228668&11.913050&44.870264&17.228668&3.148&0.836\\ \hline 4.687&0.213&39.416981&17.262737&12.812202&60.047793&17.262737&3.910&0.834\\ \hline 5.832&0.171&43.192748&17.280614&13.535828&78.939747&17.280614&4.860&0.833\\ \hline 7.257&0.138&46.971377&17.289940&14.117812&102.450932&17.289940&6.044&0.833\\ \hline 9.030&0.111&50.751666&17.294639&14.585725&131.708610&17.294639&7.519&0.833\\ \hline 11.236&0.089&54.532554&17.297194&14.961819&168.115662&17.297194&9.354&0.833\\ \hline 13.982&0.072&58.313845&17.298546&15.264097&213.418728&17.298546&11.639&0.832\\ \hline 17.398&0.057&62.095516&17.299100&15.507045&269.791380&17.299100&14.482&0.832\\ \hline 21.649&0.046&65.877123&17.299503&15.702284&339.937814&17.299503&18.020&0.832\\ \hline 26.939&0.037&69.658785&17.299738&15.859189&427.223615&17.299738&22.423&0.832\\ \hline 33.521&0.030&73.440477&17.299885&15.985286&535.836513&17.299885&27.902&0.832\\ \hline 41.711&0.024&77.222357&17.299813&16.086628&670.987643&17.299813&34.719&0.832\\ \hline 51.902&0.019&81.004072&17.299891&16.168066&839.160848&17.299891&43.202&0.832\\ \hline 64.584&0.015&84.785791&17.299957&16.233514&1048.424819&17.299957&53.758&0.832\\ \hline 80.364&0.012&88.567685&17.299844&16.286113&1308.819673&17.299844&66.893&0.832\\ \hline 100.000&0.010&92.349407&17.299900&16.328381&1632.838131&17.299900&83.237&0.832\\ \hline \end{array}}$ Row 1.00 is today after row 1.00 is future. Previous is past.
12. ## Pascal's wager and atheism (split from What made you stop believing in God?)

it didn't even sound clever the first time ..... good luck with your "atheism" LOL
13. ## How to make better water filter? Turn it inside out

Full story at link....https://phys.org/news/2019-08-filter.html Original story by Erica K. Brockmeier, University of Pennsylvania. a diagram of how the nanofilters are made (top panel) and their microscopic structure (bottom panel) after Abstract.....Post docs Xunda Feng, now at Donghua University, and Yizhou Zhang and graduate student Qaboos Imran, have conducted a study at the lab of Chinedum Osuji which describes a new way to create nanoscale water filters, which as well as being flexible and robust, also have anti microbial properties. When designing a nanoscale filter, engineers usually start with something that resembles a microscopic strainer or a sieve. Water travels through individual holes that are spread along the strainer and are held together by a solid material that fills the space around them. Osuji's group, experts in modifying the chemistries of block polymers, large chains of molecules with large "blocks" of repeated sequences, found something unexpected while studying a similar material. Their discovery led them to "inverting" their design strategy: turning the "holes" of the strainer into solid fibres, leaving the previously solid portions of the structure open. The material was engineered with cross links between individual fibres to add support. Also included in the polymer are chemical structures that give it antimicrobial properties, which will prevent it from being clogged by bacteria. Osuji says.. "Reverse osmosis is highly developed and very efficient at removing all but the most challenging contaminants, but there are places where it is not cost effective, such as in the treatment of brackish water, treatment of industrial wastewater before discharge, or water softening, there is a possibility to push these new membranes into those regimes".
14. ## Merge USA and Canada?

Then don't use Trump as the bar. Be specific and say the country itself sucks.

16. ## Merge USA and Canada?

When half the country follows him, that's where the bar is set. Thing is, even when Trump is gone, America will still be what it is. We used to be in the commonwealth. The queen isn't our monarch. We don't pay her anything and she doesn't decree. Trudeau Sr. patriated our constitution a half century ago. Our constitution is a modern document though, something that is not amended and absent of contentious clauses that authoritarians love to cling to, like guns.
17. ## The solution of the Cosmological constant problem ?

to make sure I'm not mistaken with the reverse : is $H/H_0=da/dt$ with $a=1$ now ? (I'm not sure of myself)
18. ## Pascal's wager and atheism (split from What made you stop believing in God?)

The irony is strong in you, my young padawan.
19. ## Pascal's wager and atheism (split from What made you stop believing in God?)

another deflection. fair enough.

LOL
21. ## Pascal's wager and atheism (split from What made you stop believing in God?)

Now that's ironic...
22. ## Pascal's wager and atheism (split from What made you stop believing in God?)

the only one who can spell out your views is you. if you want to engage in a conversation as an equal, then you would afford me that much. Fry is funny i like him, he has said some things that would put him very much in the "bad atheist" category acccording to some people.Things I would not even say. In fact, I think it was partly thanks to him that the anti blasphemy law was finally gotten rid of in Ireland. vHe was criticizing God on a television Interview and someone reported his anti God comments to the Irish Police. The police never followed it up, presumably because the will wasn't there to enforce such a draconian law. shortly afterwards we had a referrendum to get rid of the law, just a few months ago actually. Yep. 2019, not the 1600's. 2019
23. ## Complex spaces

By eliminating symbolic signs for multiplication, complex spaces are possible. I studied this problem for over a decade until it was resolved. Complex spaces fulfill all municipal conditions. Please find the code below to test the municipal rules. #include <memory.h> #include <stdlib.h> #include <stdio.h> #include <math.h> class number { public: #define DIMENSION 4 double e[DIMENSION]; number(void); ~number(void); number(char*, ...); number(int); number(int, int); number(int, int, int, int); friend void print(number); friend double abs(number); friend number operator-(number); friend number operator+(number, number); friend number operator-(number, number); friend number operator*(number, number); friend number operator/(number, number); friend number operator*(number, double); friend number operator/(number, double); friend number operator*(double, number); friend number operator/(double, number); friend number pow(number, int); }; number::number(void) { memset(this, 0, sizeof(number)); } number::~number(void) { } /********************************************************************* * Generator number (char *, ...) * * * * For example: * * * * number x("2d", 2, 3), x gets a value of 2.0000 + 3.0000i * * number y("2f", 1.2345, 6.7898), y gets a value of 1.2345 + 6.7898i * * * * The format first gives the number of chapters, for example 4. * * - 'd' means that the numbers are given as integers. * * - 'f' means that the numbers are given in floating point form. * *********************************************************************/ number::number(char *f, ...) { char format='d'; int i, kpl=atoi(f); int step=(int)sizeof(int); memset(this, 0x00, sizeof(number)); unsigned long P=(unsigned long)&f+sizeof(char*); for (i=0; f[i]; i++) { if (f[i] == 'f') { step=sizeof(double); format='f'; } } for (i=0; i<kpl; i++, P+=step) e[i] = (char)format=='d'? *(int*)P: *(double*)P; } /********************************************************************* * Somewhere around 20 elements when the parent vector ID is larger * * like 'z', the base vector ID may be a letter abnormal character. * * In fact, the calculation of the base vectors no comment is made on * * symbolic symbols. * *********************************************************************/ void print(number a) { printf("%0.9f ", a.e[0]); for (int n=1; n<DIMENSION; n++) printf("%c %0.9f%c ", a.e[n]<0? '-': '+', fabs(a.e[n]), 'h'+n); printf("\n"); } number::number(int a) { memset(this, 0, sizeof(number)); e[0]=a; } number::number(int a, int b) { memset(this, 0, sizeof(number)); e[0]=a; e[1]=b; } number::number(int a, int b, int c, int d) { memset(this, 0, sizeof(number)); e[0]=a; e[1]=b; e[2]=c; e[3]=d; } number operator-(number a) { for (int n=0; n<DIMENSION; n++) a.e[n]=-a.e[n]; return a; } number operator+(number a, number b) { for (int n=0; n<DIMENSION; n++) a.e[n]+=b.e[n]; return a; } number operator-(number a, number b) { for (int n=0; n<DIMENSION; n++) a.e[n]-=b.e[n]; return a; } number operator*(number a, number b) { int *KantaolioidenTulot(void); int *R=KantaolioidenTulot(); int i, j, n=DIMENSION*0x02; double x[DIMENSION*2]; double y[DIMENSION*2]; double t[DIMENSION*2]; for (i=j=0x00; i<DIMENSION; i++, j+=2) x[j+1]=y[j+1]=t[j]=t[j+1]=0.0, x[j]=a.e[i], y[j]=b.e[i]; for (i=0; i<n; i++) for (j=0; j<n; j++) t[R[i*n+j]]+=x[i]*y[j]; for (i=j=0x00; i<DIMENSION; i++, j+=2) t[i]=(double)(t[j] - t[j+1]); return *(number*) t; } void GeneroiKantaolioidenTulot(int *R, int n) { int I=0, J=n-1, i; int X=n, Y=J+n, j; int k=DIMENSION*2; for (i=I; i<=J; i++) for (j=I; j<=J; j++) { R[i*k+X+j]=R[i*k+j]+X; R[(X+j)*k+i]=R[i*k+j]+X; R[(Y-i)*k+Y-j]=J-R[i*k+j]; } if (n+n < DIMENSION*2) { GeneroiKantaolioidenTulot(R, n+n); } } int* KantaolioidenTulot(void) { static int R[DIMENSION*DIMENSION*4]={-1}; if (R[0] == -1) { int EnsinOliNolla=0x00; R[0]=(double)EnsinOliNolla; GeneroiKantaolioidenTulot(R, 1); } return R; } number operator/(number x, number y) { number z; for (int i, n=DIMENSION; n>=2; n/=2) { for (z=y, i=n/2; i<n; i++) z.e[i] = -z.e[i]; x=x*z; y=y*z; } return x/y.e[0]; } number operator/(number x, double k) { for (int i=0; i<DIMENSION; i++) x.e[i]/=(double)k; return x; } number operator*(double k, number x) { for (int i=0; i<DIMENSION; i++) x.e[i]*=(double)k; return x; } number operator*(number x, double k) { return k*x; } number operator/(double k, number x) { number y("1f", k); return (number)y/x; } double abs(number x) { number z; double r, c; int i, j=1, n; for (n=DIMENSION; n>=2; n/=2, j+=j) { for (z=x, i=n/2; i<n; i++) z.e[i]=-z.e[i]; x=x*z; } r=fabs(x.e[0]); c=1.0/(double)j; return pow(r, c); } number pow(number x, int n) { if (n) { number t=x; int i=n<0? -n: n; for (--i; i; i--) t=t*x; return n>0? t: number(1) / t; } else { return number(1); } } void main(void) { number x("4f", 0.12, -0.34, 0.56, -0.78); number y("4f", 0.98, -0.76, 0.54, -0.32); printf("x = "); print(x); printf("y = "); print(y); printf("\n"); printf("x*y = "); print(x*y); printf("y*x = "); print(y*x); printf("\n"); }
24. ## Pascal's wager and atheism (split from What made you stop believing in God?)

It's a shame you can't see the second video, it basically says, "you're predecessor was a raging theist and so will your progeny". Do I really have to spell it out?
25. ## Pascal's wager and atheism (split from What made you stop believing in God?)

oh, so you are still talking to me? whatever for, im not sure. I cant see the second video, it is blocked in my country. the first one is funny, so im a "bad" atheist am I? LOL I just gave my honest account. go ahead and explain why its bad, tell me the alternative (without lying about what i said or being unnecessarily patronizing) but i doubt you will at this point, that doesn't seem to be your goal.
26. ## infinity - could it lead to reincarnation?

Just so we’re clear and in case there was any confusion, I was not under the influence when typing my post. ✌️
27. ## Why do humans walk upright?

I would want to participate in discussing of your findings, initially to see if your ideas and arguments are supported by mainstream science. This is a discussion forum, so your discovery will be discussed. The outcome of such a discussion will partly depend on what and how you choose to contribute. (Side note: My first language is not english, but on this forum language is seldom a problem. General attitude of most members is helpful; language issues are identified and overcome)