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  1. Until a more testable 'theory of everything' can be attained, 'nothing' as a causation remains as the answer, despite its dissatisfaction. String Theory suggests that it may have been a clash of two brane slices, but no one knows if these branes really exist. The Big Bang was an explosion with the 'stretch' as the main emphasis of that explosion. How all the matter, radiation and so forth for the early formation of the universe could emerge out of nowhere is beyond me, it seems to be a more scientific way of saying God did it, but this is the theory many scientists like to stick with as the expansion of the universe is enough supportive evidence.
  2. Many scientists even with a doctorate would beg to differ because science deals with facts as philosophy deals with untestable concepts and subjective views. Science would include knowledge while philosophy would question if knowledge can be attained. It is considered useless to science and technology. But science had a different perception during the Middle Ages when the earliest Ph.D was bestowed, even theology was considered a science then. They do award doctorates of science, but they are probably not as standard as the traditional Ph.D.
  3. Although it may not be entirely impossible, it is incredibly difficult to determine as the infinite string of causation may be just be a closed circulation, constantly repeating the same patterns of cause and effect. But as stated, if prior causes can no longer be detected or testable, it is becomes philosophy and no longer science. But even occurrences at random still have a cause whether or not that cause contains any reason, expectancy or pattern.
  4. Right, that is what I was saying by not entirely, as it explains how we became, not how we originally emerged. It is easy to say life exists from observation, but not to assume it it always existed or came from 'nothing.' Or at least it is easier said than known. Whether a creation myth is used, or scientific rationality, we have to compromise with a sufficient conjecture of origin which may not be logically induced.
  5. It is true that evolution is not entirely the 'origin of species.' We may never have the satisfaction of knowing what came first, but at least we can compromise with what came next, at least there is supporting evidence for that. But we a stuck within a cloud of infinite causation, maybe not meant to know the truth. But it is not necessarily impossible to eventually stumble upon it.
  6. The Big Bang is a theory that I have been wanting to subscribe to, but it is its origin that I have difficulty grasping. It claims to occur out of 'nothing,' but to me that sounds like a more scientific explanation that could metaphorically equate to God's creation. Was the Big Bang the beginning of space as well? It seems space would have had to already be there in order for all this matter to spread out in. Or was space born within the explosion with matter already born inside of it? I suppose it would make sense that the universe would have to expand from a particle, but it seems that there would of have to be space there for that particle to emerge in and even time would have to measure the period of 'nothing.' Evidently there is something I am not grasping correctly here, but to me it sounds like it equates to the answer that God created himself.
  7. Yes it is, the deeper an object is to a larger gravitational mass, by the greater gravitational potential and acceleration. In accordance to general relativity in particular, any kind of g-load contributes to gravitational time dilation.
  8. I am not sure if more animal testing for this is the way to go, being the potential cause. I suppose they will try anything even if it has a one percent chance.
  9. The location of which time passes is affected by the strength of a gravitational field, when weaker it is more dilated because of the relative speed or rate of two moving objects to two observers as well as their location near a gravitational mass. Space and time become inseparable due an object's velocity or strength of a gravitational field relative to an observer. I am not sure how to make it anymore clearer....
  10. Time dilation is a result of an area's particular gravitational strength and dependent on an object's velocity and the rate of which time passes in accordance to general relativity, which is why you would age quicker when stationed on the ground and age much slower when higher in the atmosphere or flying at high speeds. It is the constancy of the speed of light that would keep them intertwined.
  11. They are intertwined which is typically the nature of spacetime and what relativity represents. The observed rate at which time passes depends on an object's velocity in relation to an observer as well as the intensity of strength of the gravitational field causing time to pass slower. Because of this, time cannot be separated by the three dimensions of space.
  12. I think spending money for 'space mirror' or panels would only add to the problem of poverty. We must reduce the greed of capitalists to restore the economy and agriculture(easier said than done).
  13. Morality evolved before religion did, hence why we are not the only species with moral values. Religion only manipulated it. Immorality naturally accompanies as a counter-balance which may be subjective in accordance to a certain situation.
  14. Perhaps something along the lines of how dark matter may affect solar terrestrial interactions?
  15. Wow where to begin? War and Peace-Tolstoy A History of English Speaking Peoples(series)-Churchill The Odyssey-Homer Decent of Man-Darwin Chronicles of Narnia-Lewis David Copperfield-Dickens Oliver Twist-Dickens-Complete Sherlock Homes-Doyle Uncle Tom's Cabin-Stowe Candide-Voltaire A Christmas Carol-Dickens Lord of the Rings Trilogy-Tolkin The Canterbury Tales-Chancer The Adventures of Tom Sawyer-Twain The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn-Twain Beowulf Interpretation of Dreams-Freud Animal Fam-Orwell 1984-Orwell Complete Essays-Orwell A Treatise of Human Nature-Hume Apology-Plato Beyond Good and Evil-Nietzsche Island of Dr. Monreau-Wells Alice in Wonder Land/Through the Looking Glass-Carroll The Wonderful Wizard of Oz-Baum Anything by Shakespeare The Second World War-Churchill The list goes on and on.....
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