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CosmosCranium

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  1. I value people who can come up with speculations like this on their own, OP. And I must admit, whether I agree with it or not, it was entertaining to read. I see where you are drawing these conclusions from, but this is what I think: In a nutshell, dark matter is just matter in a higher dimension.
  2. Hello everyone. I'd like to start off by saying that I'm agnostic. I'm looking for some reason to tip myself on either side of the line- I just need some kind of evidence. I thought reading God Delusion by Richard Dawkins would provide some insight to this, but I ended up not being able to finish it! The entire time he is just smashing religion left and right calling believers stupid. I'm not even religious and I find this offensive. I was hoping the book would say something along the lines of "This religion is false because of this reason.". Instead it was more like "This religion is stu
  3. This is a great thread. I'll add my two cents: Are you familiar with Zeno's Paradox? Say you have a line that is 1 foot long. You are able to divide this line into an infinite amount of smaller lines (0.5, 0.25, 0.1, 0.05, etc.) Being that we are living in a four dimensional universe with time being one of the more important ones- Time itself must then have some sort of physical attribute. If we are able to divide temporal constructs into more and more (infinitely many) smaller portions, does that not conclude that time has a beginning (and an end)?
  4. I'd give it a shot but your question is not very clear. Could you provide a bit more information?
  5. I'm promoting a conversation. I want to hear what you guys have to say about this article. Its relative content, I'm trying to contribute.
  6. Why the hard feelings friend? I'm trying to contribute quality content to the forum. If the moderators feel it is not appropriate, they will remove it.
  7. Hey guys, I came across this article and wanted to hear your guys' input on it. I believe it is called mind-body dualism, but basically it asks the question "Where is the mind located" ? Before you call it pseudoscience, there are many credible researchers doing studies on this in the topic of Cognitive Science Read it and let me know what you think! [link removed]
  8. Hey guys, I wasn't too sure where to post this, but technically it is computer related. I was reading this article and was wondering if there is any scientific merit enclosed? Link removed
  9. So I was reading this article that talks about how just because we are unable to explain something now, doesn't mean its unsolvable. Perhaps we are just taking the wrong approach. Link removed What do you guys think?
  10. Hey guys, I just wanted to hear your input on this. Would the things outlined in this article be true? Link removed
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