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  1. Linear Time Disproven.

    Are you suggesting that Time is tridimensional? (3D)
  2. Today I Learned

    Today I learned what is the MWP-1a. An abrupt increase of sea level ( between 16 meters (52 ft) and 25 meters (82 ft) in about 400–500 years) that happened between 13,500 and 14,700 years ago. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meltwater_pulse_1A
  3. Robots

  4. expedition to the Atacama Trench

    But they have eyes. In an environment without light.
  5. To be the best possible at sex there is a detail missing from your picture.
  6. Truth About Corners

    That looks like Google translate.
  7. Truth About Corners

  8. natural phenomena should be not named after people

    From the title I expected you to talk about hurricanes naming, not about Newton's laws.
  9. An Idea for a Paradox

    That is probably the main difference between your approach and mine. What I read is that EVIDENCE, aka what we are observing, what we are measuring, what is in the catalog, is LESS galaxies. What I read is that because this evidence does not fit with the THEORY, then we proceed in explanations (the galaxies are fainter) Summing the 2 above, what I read is that EVIDENCE does not fit with THEORY. What you read is that THEORY is stronger than EVIDENCE.
  10. An Idea for a Paradox

    The objects that we are looking in the past are far away from us. In all directions. The further away, the more in the past. The more in the past, the more far away. In all directions. We are never observing a situation where the objects come closer together as we look in the past. Your reference? I have other source that say this: "But the question specifically related to what we observe in galaxy catalogs. Can you tell that the density of the universe was greater in the past than it is now by looking at the distribution of objects on the sky? No.(...)"
  11. An Idea for a Paradox

    Let me try to explain why I do not get the BBT. As stated in your links: "At 13.8 billion years ago, our entire observable universe was the size of a peach and had a temperature of over a trillion degrees." "Because light takes time to travel from one place to another, we don't see stars and galaxies as they are now, but as they were thousands, millions or billions of years ago. That means that looking deeper into the universe is also looking deeper into the past." My point is when we look into our telescope Eastward, looking very far away in the beginning of time, we are observing galaxies (E). At the same time, if we look Westward, looking into the depth of the universe, we see again galaxies (W). And we see that E galaxies are further remote from W galaxies as much we look back in time. The farther we look in the Universe, the more large it is: our observable universe is a sphere around us, getting bigger & bigger as we look in the past. And then we have this BB Theory that explains us exactly the contrary. When did it happen that W & E galaxies came close to each other in order to merge and get the size of a peach ? Against all observations. I hope I was clear.
  12. An Idea for a Paradox

    No.* *this answer is referenced by the same material as yours. That is a good reference.
  13. An Idea for a Paradox

    I have another answer. However not in the frame of accepted physics. My point of view is fully, fundamentally relativistic. It consists of meaning that if we are observing a phenomena like the BB about 14 BY ago, and if the Theory that gives us this result is Relativistic (with a big R), then any observer, anywhere in the Universe (and at any time), will observe the same thing as we do: a BB 14 BY ago. It means that the BB is not an absolute event, but a relative one. Which means that the BB is not the begin of the universe, nor the begin of Space & Time. It is the horizon that forbids us to see farther in the past.
  14. Neanderthal man knew how to make fire

    Evidence shows that Neanderthal had a larger brain than we do. see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brain_size I like to do the next step and speculate that Neanderthals were more intelligent that we are. They lived intelligently in perfect harmony with their environment, they didn't practice war, they had no need to develop technology in order to live and be happy. They gathered their food and discuss philosophy & mathematics without the need to write it down, so intelligent they were. Eventually, some degenerated naked & stupid underneanderthals appeared and , wrong move, intelligent Neanderthal learned them how to make fire to survive. Neanderthal also learned them how to make clothes instead of killing Neanderthals to get their fur. Eventually they learned them how to cultivate the earth and get food without wandering the whole planet killing Neanderthals everywhere. Something like that.
  15. Is the Universe infinite?

    The Universe spreads over Space AND over Time. It was, it is, it will be. When you ask the question about what IS the universe, you will only get as an answer a slice of what the universe (will) look(ed). And when you look at the sky, some stuff you see is in the past, the distance determining how long in the past. Some closer stuff is roughly in the present. None is in the future.