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  1. This work is actually fairly decently thought out. Though I'm still thinking about the advantages of using hyper operations in modern physics applications when typically the majority of the math operations are done in Natural units. The advantage of Natural units being all the major units are given an equivalence of length. I'm still thinking on this, but I do not wish to discourage your work as I would like to see it progress further as it has the potential in certain applications on improving computation times. Anyways still thinking on this as well as kicking ideas around in my head
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  2. Well its your model, no one will do the work for you particularly since its poorly defined mathematically. Little hint try applying a coordinate system and go from there. I recommend polar coordinates. You will need to define properly and with proper terminology your model if you ever hope to get it off the ground.
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  3. I came across this, recently published in Nature : https://www.nature.com/articles/nature25029 " A density cusp of quiescent X-ray binaries in the central parsec of the Galaxy " by Charles J. Hailey, Kaya Mori, Franz E. Bauer, Michael E. Berkowitz, Jaesub Hong & Benjamin J. Hord Partial Quote of the Editorial Summary : "Many black holes in the Galactic Centre Simulations predict that the supermassive black holes near the centres of all large galaxies are surrounded by a concentration of stellar-mass black holes. Such black holes, however, have not previously b
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  4. Medicine is not science. It's medicine. That's not looking down on it. Lots of things are not science. Medicine has a long history of using conventional wisdom, rather than empirical data. While it has become more adept at basing its decisions on science, that still doesn't make it science. And you cited an example from > 100 years ago. Not science. To what end? Math does not rely on nature, so there is no guarantee that you can find a physical example to represent any mathematical concept. They are different disciplines, and it has nothing to do with religion.
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  5. The answers are mainly in the first paragraph There are a large number of stars created and dying in the centre of the galaxy, because of the large amounts of gas and dust there, so there should be many black holes. They can't be detected directly (because they are black holes) so this study looks for indirect evidence that they are there.
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  6. I was thinking more about my own example which falls under the consumption factor not spillage. I found that it causes inflamation over time which in effect causes several consequences...like having to walk up to a mirror to inspect my penile region - „Acute Abdominal Mirrorilemis”
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  7. When it comes to jobs that may very well require the sacrifice of your life, all should have a choice. If someone believes in a cause, they should have the right to fight for it and sacrifice the self for it, and if they don't believe in it they should have the right to abstain. It should have nothing to do with male or female. The US draft system is sexist in the least and barbaric in truth.
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  8. Assess each person according to their individual abilities. Treating any group in a blanket way does a disservice to those that can.
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  9. For the same reason the tooth fairy and science are so often separated
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  10. Lack of evidence for the existence of oneor more deities. An unwillingness or inability to provide said evidence. More logical alternative explainations for events previously ascribed to them.
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  11. Out of curiosity, couldn't you add two modules and each spins in a separate direction? Would that counteract the effect of one? Assuming we have the technology to spin them both to the same speed, at the same time.
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  12. ! Moderator Note Unfortunately for those in the philosocopter, the clouds cleared to show a looming mountainside. No amount of hands on the collective could pull up in time. BOOM.
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  13. In science, you accept the facts even if they don't agree with your beliefs. In religion, you accept your beliefs even if they on't agree with the facts. Science can't be a religion.
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  14. You mean if something has just proof science can not use it? Lets say Nature is the proof of God? Why this information useless for them? Aren't they interested about Nature and what/how/why it is? There are quite some good God alternatives here. Thanks op for the special One
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  15. You are right. Sorry for the expession. Science has religious tendencies. Imagine the human before the mayor surgery. Doesn't it need trust and faith that s/he lets an other human physically manipulating in the brain? If there is any problem during the operation his/her knowledge and experience and the our technical advancements s/he can believe in... That is science in application I often find that things I find irritating on others are fundamentally my problems... I am in constant conversation and I try to speak about things I think is interesting and import
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  16. Hmmm... based on your knowledge how high would you put the probability that minimum one advanced AI exist longer than 10 million years in this minimum 13.8 billion lightyear big system? Now that we are their at it's gates in our own reality (let it be 1000 years). Does an advanced AI would count as a supernatural entity for you? Any advanced AI supported biological entity could be supernatural maybe? What is supernatural? You, me, we? Maybe for our gut bacteria if they would be able to perceive US. I kind of believe that someOne/something is out there evolving with (in) the sys
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