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  1. As far as I am aware, they are not measured until and after they collide. That's the whole point of the collider.
  2. Particles in superposition are very real and 3D, and has been proven many many times. What do you think the Large Hadron Collider is measuring?
  3. 2D is unmeasurable, because it only exists in math. There is nothing 2D in the universe, because it cannot exist physically. Your conjecture is invalid.
  4. Thank you for taking the time to answer
  5. So you're saying that measurement does not cause a physical wave-particle change?
  6. Is the Higgs boson involved in duality? If we interpret duality as energy gaining mass upon measurement, is that then the Higgs being "inserted" at measurement?
  7. So that is considered the difference between infinity and finity?
  8. QuantumT

    The Void

    The universe expands! We can all agree on that. Some say that the universe is all there is. So the universe expands into what exactly? What I am trying to figure out is, if there is some sort of void beyond the universe? And if there is, the universe is not all there is, right? Even a void without space, matter and time is still "something". The problem of a universe with no void around it, is that it does not expand. It stretches. And if spacetime stretches, everything grows in size. Including matter. Particles do not change charge or size. If they did, we would be able to see it. So there must be a void out there!
  9. I added your link to the OP. I just heard a rumor and googled it, and the AP link was all I found. The question now is, do we postpone the 14th anniversary?
  10. Article: https://www.apnews.com/fac50d45a19f4239848b1712cfd22c36 Another (better?) article: https://astronomynow.com/2018/07/13/cosmic-mystery-deepens-with-conflicting-measurements-of-hubble-constant/
  11. Article: https://techxplore.com/news/2019-04-dna-lifelike-machines.html Paper: https://robotics.sciencemag.org/content/4/29/eaaw3512 Engineers at Cornell have successfully used DNA to make tiny life imitating machines. That's how I read it. Could this be one step closer to understanding the mechanisms that resulted in life itself?
  12. I know we are at the dawn of black hole exploration, but if (when) we advance at it, should we not be able to see if black holes can generate an Einstein-Rosen bridge? If such a bridge is possible, should we not one day be able to see matter jumping from hole to hole? Or would we have to test it ourselves, by visiting a black hole, and taking the leap?
  13. I never got an answer. Maybe because I asked the question wrong. So here we go again: Could quantum decoherence be the cause of duality? The reason I ask is not because it's an idea that I have, but because I've seen others postulate it elsewhere. I just want it confirmed or denied.
  14. Even if there was, we must assume they had seen it coming a long time, and that they were "technologically mature" enough to escape. If not... bummer!
  15. The beginning of consciousness is preference. Input or no input. Light or dark. The next step is additional information. Something in the light or nothing. Then comes the definition of something. Recognition. Learning. We could go on for hours! You see, there's no magic in consciousness or intelligence. It can be broken down to simple data.
  16. Yeah I know the Planck scale and particle and atom sizes. I used to have fun by explaining it to my friends. Their jaws would drop. But it is new to me that so much matter can become so dense in a singularity.
  17. So let me rephrase my question: What is the size/volume of the mass that powers the M87 black hole?
  18. I would argue that gravity is a force, and that consciousness is data. But we'll not know for sure, until it's tested.
  19. So you're telling me that the very "thing", that powers a black hole, isn't physical at all? Has no volume?
  20. Even if it is incredibly small, it still has volume, right? Just not something tangible.
  21. Yes, I've also read that. But what about the volume/size of the singularity itself?
  22. What is the estimated size of the M87* singularity?
  23. I hope I live long enough to have that tested. My money is on the puter.
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