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  1. And the admins wonder why this site is dead, while Quora & Researchgate are exploding in growth. Maybe they'll figure it out one day. SMH

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      Theoretical

      Well I checkup on you a few times a year hoping to see change

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  2. And the admins wonder why this site is dead, while Quora & Researchgate are exploding in growth. Maybe they'll figure it out one day. SMH

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      Theoretical

      Take a look at scienceforums.net at Alexa Rank over the past 90 days alone. Sad! This place actually used to be alive & nice.

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  3. I'm glad more academics are thinking of Simulation hypothesis in terms of a virtual reality or even video game rather than the ridiculous idea that the simulation must simulate every freaking particle/wave in the entire Universe.

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      Theoretical

      IOW, it only simulates what it needs to simulate, what is being observed. When you look at a wall in a video game the computer doesn't need simulate atoms in the wall.

  4. I can hardly wait till EHT releases the black hole photo this Wednesday.

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      Theoretical

      Given present figures the Universe escape velocity is equal to or near c given the known equation. Mainstream is starting to accept the idea of a multiverse consisting of many Universes, which would mean our Universe is not everything. Mainstream does not understand the mechanics that causes c to be it's present value of 299792458 m/s. For all they know it could be changing as the Universe expands.

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  5. I can hardly wait till EHT releases the black hole photo this Wednesday.

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      Theoretical

      You can get a general ballpark figure since there's a wide range of estimates for mass of Universe but using the relativistic escape velocity equation v = sqrt(2*G*M/r - (G*M/(r*c))^2), mass of 6e+53 kg, radius of 4.4e+26 meters you get an escape velocity of c, the speed of light.

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  6. I can hardly wait till EHT releases the black hole photo this Wednesday.

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      Theoretical

      Perhaps. Or there might be an entire Universe inside a black hole. Mathematically speaking our known Universe could be seen as a black hole. Calculate the escape velocity of our known Universe. :)

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  7. Is everyone here afraid of the Rice Experiment? Real scientists are truth seekers.

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      Theoretical

      I'd like to see academics researching the rice experiment and similar experiments in-depth. I believe that's what my status post was pointing out.

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  8. Is everyone here afraid of the Rice Experiment? Real scientists are truth seekers.

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      Theoretical

      I don't like discussing topics in status section either. Yes, I think at least someone who likes forum discussions should start a thread on the topic.

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  9. Is everyone here afraid of the Rice Experiment? Real scientists are truth seekers.

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      Theoretical

      No. You just put rice in two sealed jars and never touch it after that.

      IMO real scientists learn that forums aren't a good place to spend much time on discussions.

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  10. Is everyone here afraid of the Rice Experiment? Real scientists are truth seekers.

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      Theoretical

      It's scary how closed minded people are to the point of calling people out right liars & ignoring their experiments.

      For the truth seekers out there, search youtube. There're plenty of family oriented channels who've replicated this experiment. Try the experiment yourself. Do it a dozen times.

      One of the easiest experiments you'll probably ever do. Albeit it takes a long time. Two *identical* jars of cooked rice.

      ps, nice to see you full timers are still here putting out fires lol. Wouldn't want humanity to wake up. ;)

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  11. This is a great forum for discussing Donald Trump. There's even some off-topic science discussion as well!

  12. I hate Matlab

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      Theoretical

      I think that's the language Google prefers/preferred. Looks good on resume.

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  13. Going into the hospital tomorrow morning, August 16th, at around 05:30, nine hour surgery and a week in the hospital, my jaw will be wired shut so this will be an unique opportunity to talk to me and get a word in edgewise! Come see me if you are around New Hanover Hospital!

  14. What I see. Within 15 years you will not recognize this world! Two major splits. Religious & spiritual groups forming around the world drifting toward primitive tribal lifestyles in the wilderness. Techies & scientifically minded begin migrating off planet as commercial space tourism & space stations reach full swing.

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      Theoretical

      The day us humans fear, which we really shouldn't, called SINGULARITY, is almost here!! I'd highly highly recommend people get a good news app such as Flipboard & subscribe to the tech, science, future science, AI news boards. The amount of recent news is insane. In 15 years you'll see cars driving & flying themselves, AI Synths in homes comparable to the tv series Humans, people living in earth's orbit ...

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  15. What I see. Within 15 years you will not recognize this world! Two major splits. Religious & spiritual groups forming around the world drifting toward primitive tribal lifestyles in the wilderness. Techies & scientifically minded begin migrating off planet as commercial space tourism & space stations reach full swing.

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      Theoretical

      Other news that indicates a major shift on Earth is autonomous vehicles. Car industry says within 3 years all major car manufacturers will offer at least 1 autonomous vehicle. The past week there was a big announcement on a quantum CPU. Look at the fight for dominance in AI between Google, Microsoft, Apple & hundreds of other major companies.

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  16. Just got back from lake Thunderbird where my niece, her boyfriend Owen, and I got to see a spectacular show put on by the universe! The Perseids meteor shower was not disappointing tonight! Tomorrow, I'm going to take my boys out to my dad's place where the light pollution is much lower than at the lake. Tomorrow's viewing should prove to be even better than what we seen tonight.

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      Theoretical

      Lucky! I didn't see one here in Los Angeles.

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  17. What I see. Within 15 years you will not recognize this world! Two major splits. Religious & spiritual groups forming around the world drifting toward primitive tribal lifestyles in the wilderness. Techies & scientifically minded begin migrating off planet as commercial space tourism & space stations reach full swing.

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      Theoretical

      As for the religious folks, they'll stay here till the ends of earth waiting for their Jesus to show up in the clouds or the muslim's Mahdi. smh

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  18. What I see. Within 15 years you will not recognize this world! Two major splits. Religious & spiritual groups forming around the world drifting toward primitive tribal lifestyles in the wilderness. Techies & scientifically minded begin migrating off planet as commercial space tourism & space stations reach full swing.

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      Theoretical

      So get that amazing Flipboard app on your phone and keep up.

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  19. What I see. Within 15 years you will not recognize this world! Two major splits. Religious & spiritual groups forming around the world drifting toward primitive tribal lifestyles in the wilderness. Techies & scientifically minded begin migrating off planet as commercial space tourism & space stations reach full swing.

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      Theoretical

      Obviously you don't read much tech news. There're 5 major companies with multi billion $ funding working on moon tourism. And not to mention the companies working on orbital tourism. Last week headline news announced the U.S. gov. granted permission for the company Moon Express to land on the moon. They have a launch contract to land on the moon next year. Technology is EXPLODING on earth, from breakthroughs in AI to automated orbital flights.

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  20. My big brother died yesterday in a bike accident in his beloved Lake District. I might be a little distant for a while

  21. There remains one especially unsatisfactory feature of the standard model of particle physics, the observed mass of the particles, m. There is no theory that adequately explains these numbers. We use the numbers in all our theories, but we do not understand them - what they are, or where they come from. I believe that from a fundamental point of view, this is a very interesting and serious problem" Richard Feynman

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      Theoretical

      The obvious answer still eludes mainstream. Charge. mass=q^2/(4*pi*e0*c^2*r) Calculating mass of non-elementary particles is more complex. You need to know the particles structure and calculate mutual effects from charge

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  22. There remains one especially unsatisfactory feature of the standard model of particle physics, the observed mass of the particles, m. There is no theory that adequately explains these numbers. We use the numbers in all our theories, but we do not understand them - what they are, or where they come from. I believe that from a fundamental point of view, this is a very interesting and serious problem" Richard Feynman

  23. My father died last night - so I won't be posting here as regular

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