shmengie Posted April 28, 2015 Share Posted April 28, 2015 You may have heard e=mc2 basically means one tiny piece of matter is equivalent to the speed of light (times the speed of light) in energy. BBN theory basically states in order to convert all the energy of the universe into matter, it had to expand faster than the speed of light, after the time of God's great kickoff. To my knowledge, this is the only mechanism known for converting energy into matter and therefore e=mc2 is (or more specifically was) bipolar. I tried, once upon a time to conceive a process to convert energy into mass. So far, no success, I failed. I've heard about the Large Hadron Collider (LHC)... I view that as large machine that shatters defenseless massive particles into dark matter, with no earthly means, nor intention, of ever putting all the little humpty dumpties back together again. That view is slightly skewed by (my) tendency to hug trees and effort to comprehend how many trees aren't hugged by ability to build and operate machinery, such as the LHC. I think of a physicist as a very mathematically capable creature, yet this math precludes (or dismisses) any thought of climatological implication of such ability. (A topic for some other forum, elsewhere.) I guess all the physicists, even w/all their math capabilities, haven't figured out how to make matter, so the pick a bunch of poor little bozons, just to crack 'em open and so they can mathematically re construct 'em... Seems the ultimate consequence of the LHC will be the construction of a machine that might reverse the process. Is there some laser project somewhere that has a bunch of lasers focused on a point that results in matter production? Best Regards, -crackpot Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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