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What's the most interesting space fact you know?
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>>701023614
Read the stan romanek storys "the Orion Regressions"
Yiu will find all your answers there and some.
The govnt tried to kill him for talking too much
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If a black hole the size of Mars was thrown at the sun, it'd bounce right off.
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There are more trees on earth then there are stars in the milky way.
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>>701023614
Space is big. Really big. You just won't believe how vastly, hugely, mind-bogglingly big it is. I mean, you may think it's a long way down the road to the chemist, but that's just peanuts to space.
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the fact that its been around for hundreds of years and we only know there is only 1 star in it which is Earth.
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>>701023977
Hmm
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>>701024091
And so forth.
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>>701023921

Give the tldr faget
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That it's the largest key on my keyboard
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>>701024102
Even before Washington was around? That's amazing, how do they figure out those things?
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>>701024332
Can't upvote this enough, lol.
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>>701023614
That it's fake.
We live under a dome m8
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>>701023614
We can only observe about 60% of the universe. A large portion of the universe is blocked by our own galaxy, dubbed "The Zone of Avoidance." We can't see through the cloud of stars.

However, within this Zone of Avoidance is something known as The Great Attractor. A supermassive object of unknown composition and origin which singlehandedly contributes to the accelerated expansion of the universe.
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>>701024091
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Pulsars are neutron stars that can spin up to 3,000 times a second.
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probably that the earth has been around for 7000 years, praise Jesus
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>>701023921
>>701024246
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the reason why "dark matter" exists is because the predicted radial velocity of galaxies is incorrect after a certain distance, and we didnt have the proper equipment to observe this in einstein's time. so his equations came out wrong and so scientists now are scrambling to explain why and cant explain it
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>>701024647
>>701024647

B is what einstein predicted and A is what we see
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>>701024396
Also, God exists and The Bible is real.
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>>701024637
Looks like a Jew, and you know what they say about Jews right?
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there are an estimated 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 planets in the universe
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>>701024091

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QgNDao7m41M

Pretty much this. It's almost terrifying trying to think about how big one light year it, let alone billions and billions.

The fact that the universe is really that big, way beyond our comprehension, is what really fucks me up the most. Our lifetime is minuscule and insignificant in the grand scheme of things.

I find it frustrating that there is no way we will really understand everything there is to know about the universe. 50 years ago the technology of today would have blown our minds. What we will learn in another 50 (or 500) would more so.
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>>701024647
Oh, sure. A theory about existence where it's okay to be gay and you don't have to worry about getting up early in Sundays. Nice, Carl.
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>>701024647
>>701024786
I thought it had something to do with the total mass of every object doesn't account for even half the gravity/energy(?) in the universe? Pardon my shitty language
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>>701024896
They make a mean brisket?
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>>701023614
The Bootes void is a region of space multiple hundreds of millions of light years across, with only a few hundred galaxies within it.

This may be the result of a hyper advanced alien civilization that has harnessed the power of entire galaxies and is expanding across the cosmos.

The star Betelgeuse in Orion is visible from earth as a bright red giant. We may very well see it explode in our lifetimes - of course the light from its explosion will take hundreds of years to reach us.

As a tangible fact, when you look up at the night sky you are essentially looking back in time, as the light from the stars left centuries ago. Some of the energy your neurons are interacting with occurred at the same time as the invention of writing, the Roman Empire and the Renaissance, among other things. Those tiny packets of energy end their journey on your retina, after hundreds, perhaps thousands of years. Think about that. Traveling through the void of space for thousands of years, only to see the earth emerge over a period of a few minutes or so, and before you know it, a flash of blue and then the back of a humans eye.

Right now there are likely alien species shut posting on their version of this website, contemplating the universe in much the same way as we are right now.
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>>701025113
While thats true, its also a really good quote from a really good book.

DONT PANIC.
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>>701025311
its not likely, its a reality.

Space infistmal, chance infistmal. Space aliens are shit posting on their /b/ now.

And thats okay, just as long as those fuckers stick to their board and leave ours the fuck alone.
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>>701024920
Visible universe
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>>701023614
want to see some stunning universe dimensions?

http://htwins.net/scale2/lang.html
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I never have enough of it.
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>>701024647
>>701024786
>>701025159

sorry, i lied again. A is what Einstein predicted, and B is what we see. so we made up dark matter to explain it.

what you're thinking of is called Conformal Gravity Model of the Universe. it is true that this can possibly solve the issue, but physicists are hesitant to call einstein wrong so quickly.

left is what einstein predicted, right is what we see.

for those that understand, that is because velocity, v, is directly related to distance away, r, and mass, m.

since we can quantitatively measure r, and v, m m must be the only thing off
hence "dark matter"

getting my phd in this now if anyone else is interested
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>>701024438

It's yr mom's fat ass lol XD XD
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TIME MACHINE.....

Y/N?
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>>701025994
only thing wrong with a time machine, to me, is that they could only work up to the point they were invented else shit would be changing all the time

which drags philosophy into physics
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>>701025790
What are going to be some incredible things that'll possible in our lifetime? Or, at are some discoveries that'll probably be made in our lifetime?
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>>701025482

>ours
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>>701024392
>upboat

I didn't think people were SERIOUS when they said leddit was here.
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>>701026177
Doesnt it anyway?
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>>701023614
>posts a thumbnail of the HUDF

fucking die mate
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>>701026384
Steady on bloke, theres no need to get upset.
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>>701024039
stfu faggot you don't know that
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>>701026251
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>>701023977
we don't even know if blackholes truly exist
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>>701026524
That is retarded
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>>701026598
negate the fact that there are big .... swirly.... no light patches, pulling shit in around for aeons, all into one spot......... which is pretty much, hole shaped.
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>>701026737
Have you even seen Hawkings new report?
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>>701026814
This damn thing always makes me wonder if we are just macroscopic size, and are on the inside of whatever, looking out.
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>>701024607
Try 6000 years Darwin
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>>701026598

are you retarded?
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>>701026598
It was discovered in an oddly placed equation and technically proven when we saw a quasar "spit up" in a galaxy near ours.
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>>701026910
lol
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>>701026879
no, but I have see big swirly no light things, which are hole shaped.

Report or not, the nominal name for these would be black holes.
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>>701026208

at this point in science tech, we have successfully been able reach fusion that outputs more energy than inputted.

however, it has to be extremely extremely hot. however, we overcome this by using superconducting electromagnets to trap the plasma

superconducting is about to be a huge field... basically that means at cold temps, resistance is essentially zero. i can talk about this forever...its extra interesting because if you think about types of materials, we have polymers (plastics) metals, and ceramics

metals are flexible, malleable, good thermal and electrical conduction.

ceramics are the exact opposite; brittle, dont conduct electricity etc

however, around 90K, these ceramics have an electrical resistance LESS than metals. which is crazy.

we currently have "invisibility" cloaks, but the issue is they just cancel all light. they are pure black. we cant figure out how to bend the light behind us perfectly in front of us...

i did research with MIT for 10 years if anyone is interested in other stuff...
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>>701023614
That it's all theory and we don't know shit, even what has been "proven" is still theory and we don't know shit
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white dwarfs, neutrons stars and black holes were all predicted before being observed.

It's always boggled my mind that people who did this stuff for a hobby, with pen and paper and before calculators existed, worked out so much of how their observable universe worked.
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>>701027053
A+++ top of class.

such learned.

seriously, how many years have you held your masters?
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>>701027044

The roleplaying board for this kind of shit is >>>>/x/

Try your schtick over there

Or post titties here, OC preferred, and keep blabbing
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>>701024332
Criminally underrated
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You can create music from the universe.
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>>701027053
Besides, once proven, it moves from theory, to accepted knowledge.

Thats the great thing about revision.
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>>701027409
the reddit reply really ruined it for me
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>>701027044
I saw spiderman too, doc ock was pretty cool right?
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space is still expanding.
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>>701026384
You do realize this thread isn't OC right? The photo and words chosen are all part of the template, faggot. What's wrong with HUDF anyway?
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I heard space is bigger than Russia
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>>701025311


....from our perspective

The universe is infinitely small to a massless photon particle. It spans space at the speed of causality since the universe is contracted so greatly from the perspective of the particle of light. We see the light as it was hundreds of years ago.
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>>701027573
pssssst..... just to let you in on a protip.... all the faggots here.... we are all on reddit. And 9gag.

There is no army, we are all one.

You hang with redditors, what now faggot? KYS I guess.

but fo real, makes little to no difference idiot. Half the shit from here is copied from there, visa versa.

Dont let a reply upset the humor in the comment for you, autismo.
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>>701027602
>>701027392

kys

also, if anyone is actually interested, i will answer all your questions about space and condensed matter.
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We will never escape the Local Group of galaxies based on our current knowledge of feasible space travel (IE no wormholes, Alcubierre drive etc). If we left at the speed of light right now to exit the local group, by the time you went far enough to have reached outside the group the surrounding galaxies will already be expanding away faster than the speed of light. This could of course change based on phenomenon we haven't observed yet or something else unprecedented in the future but it's not looking promising right now
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>>701023614
>Most interesting space fact you know.
space is really spacious.
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>>701024896

Lox and bagels make for a nice brunch treat?
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>>701028173

lol.

mit.

buuuuuuuuhbye.
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>>701028173
Will we survive long enough to leave the earth before it gets too shitty here?
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expand your mind
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>>701028285
Just around the corner mate ffs, could walk there you lazy cunt.
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Stuff gets a lot smaller than it does bigger.

10-33 centimeters long.vs
28×109 pc)
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>>701027053
So I guess you don't believe in atomic theory then? Or germ theory? Or the big bang theory, or the theory of relativity, or all these well proven, well documented, well tested scientific statements about the causes of observable phenomena?
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>>701023614
your mom takes up most of it
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>>701028848
fuck daaaaaaaaaaayum, got im.
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Space bitches are hot o.p.
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>>701028285

Cannot travel at or faster than light. Time would stop and universe would be as thin as your penis. If you traveled near
The speed of light, the distance between galaxies would shrink. From someone watching you zoom away, they would see you make the 2.5 million light year journey to andromeda. To you, the journey would be considerably less
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>>701028173
Aren't we (humans) just about in the center between the macroscopic and microscopic? That's an incredible thought
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the average density of the super massive black hole in the centre of the milky way is nearly the same as water

it's like there is a spherical ocean there that has a radius 17 times that of the sun. ( about twice Uranus' orbit radius )
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>>701029107
Fact brother.

The only fact here is weve not been, so really got no fucking idea.
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>>701029024
that's assuming that we are the ones who are normal size
there might be other entities or beings out there who are smaller or bigger than us
just because we like to think that everything is normal from our perspective doesn't mean that it is normal
is like asking a fish if there is life outside water
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>>701023614
ther is no sandniggers in space
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>>701023614
Space is infinitely vast and infinitely old.
All matter is recycled and transmuted in specific sections of space where it is than distributed to a new galaxy when older galaxies are destroyed via the triad spiral effect.
Where two smaller galaxies are eventually pulled into a larger galaxy (a galaxy cluster) they eventually become either a super galaxy imploding on itself and shooting its spacey nutrients across the ether or continue the cycle of spiraling around absorbing other galaxies.
Our galaxy was made in such a way, with a surprisingly large amount of carbon, considering most the known universe is theorized to be silicone based.
This luck of the draw allowed the creation of our planet.
In this universe (as far as we can see into space) alone there are countless galaxies and solar systems. Probability would dictate that there would be at least one other planet with carbon at the exact distance away from a sun to create carbon based life.

Our known universe probably doesn't take up even a single percent of space.
Sadly we will never know, as such distance would take even at the fastest speed possible countless years to reach.
Like some Warhammer40k self insert fanfic we would probably forget why we even started the journey and aimlessly go from planet to planet before we actually reached any edge of our seeable universe.
There are probably multiple universes, and much like galaxies and solar systems. They more than likely rotate and absorb each other.
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>>701023977
Incorrect
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im just gonna leave this on auto update and come back to read the thread when its done.
this is the thread for me
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>>701028173
what do you think about the higgs boson?
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>>701027698
I'm aware that we see the light as it was hundreds of years ago.
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it's really fucking big
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>>701025790
I'm extremely interested. For the past 20 years I've been interested in space and its mysteries. One thing that I find is hard to explain to people is space-time and how time is relative to where you are in space.
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>>701028758
um...of those 4 only 2 are widely considered to be facts. And atomic theory is just a stop gap between classical and quantum physics anyway.

The big bang theory is incomplete due to the CBR blocking our view, and relativity has been revised so many times it barely resembles the original equations. Not to stomp on your point, but just saying
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>>701025113
Same here anon it's just depresing knowing that there's so much you will not witness
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>>701029336
Bruh you don't understand. Aren't we about in the middle (size) between the observable microscopic and the observable marcroscopic? Well not observable, but you know what I mean faggot, quarks n stuff
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>>701029824

I would say a grain of sand is about the middle
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FTL is impossible. Man will never be some grand space empire due to the delay in communication.
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>>701029024
i think another anon mentioned,

but when we think of "speed of light" its actually the speed of all electromagnetic info. therefore we cannot see into a blackhole. if i remember correctly, if you would get pulled into one, your imagine would remain at the event horizon forever

that being said, our universe could be a blackhole and we wouldnt know, since we cannot see out of it. there could be universe in every blackhole...if you look up einsteins theory of gravity equations (which are basically 27 equations that describe motion in every dimension)

think about general relativity like this:

if you were standing at the north pole and walked in a straight line until you reached your original posiiton, to you, you went in a straight line.

however, an observer on the moon would see you do a circle. einstein visualized this dilemma on a napkin and on his own derived a series of equations to describe your motion through time and space to all possible observers.

guy was an alien for sure.>>701029824
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>>701026177
Not necessarily. If time travel were possible and things were changing, we wouldn't notice it.
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>>701024396
Gr8 b8 anon
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>>701029618
meant this partly for you. more coming>>701030053
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>>701029336
Mass of an electon is 1 x e-30, mass of the sun is 2 x e30.
Humans are near the middle point. Most life probably would be as well, bacteria is closer to the middle point than to electron scale.

I think thats what >>701029024 meant
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>>701030033

go back to the 1920s
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>>701030067
I think thats kinda the point about dragging philosophy into physics.

You could debate for both, years on end, getting nowhere fast.
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>>701030329
>>701029024
>>701029336

i think a more interesting point is our earth, and a lot of reactions etc happen at a TIME we can conceive it in.

imagine if shit happened way quicker or slower?
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>>701028758
>well proven
but theyre not
that's the point of his post
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>>701030329

If you throw Planck particles, strings, quantum foam into the mix,
Anything observable even with a microscope would likely be too large to be the middle
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>>701023614
Light is imitated and travels across billions of light years and is absorbed in the same exact instant.
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Fun fact: Space is a Canadian Category A specialty channel owned and operated by Bell Media. It features science fiction, fantasy, horror and paranormal programming including scripted television series, films, documentaries and more. The network's original slogan was The Imagination Station, still sometimes used informally by fans.
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Ok, serious question time:

If information/matter goes into a black hole but cannot escape, where does it go? Since a black hole is not a 'mass' or 'object', why does it get larger as it eats more matter? Does it increase the size of the space/time singularity?

When we have a perfect vacuum, we ca observe quantum fluctuations. Could those be 'popping' in from another dimension or possible black hole?
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>>701030489
interesting
when you consider why we can't hear anyone out there (from any nearby locations in our part of the galaxy)
differences in TIME would either mean intelligent life either takes a long long time to evolve
or it appears and disappears in a blink of an eye
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>>701029542

this is a tough subject. something has to be responsible for mass BUT if you look at where it stems, theres a huge issue with our standard model of the universe called The Grand Unification Theory. basically nothing should exist as it is. in short:

our four forces: gravity, electromagnetic, weak/strong nuclear force theoretically came from the same place BUT

electromagnetic force is 10^27 times greater than gravity, and the trend continues the stronger you go.

this doesnt make sense to physicists.
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>>701030947

"Singularity" means: we have no clue so we'll call it that
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>>701030893
Fun fact: more and more people are watching less cable and satellite tv and opt to watch content online when they want at their our leisure - rather than wait for a station to broadcast it for them at inappropriate times (ie: 4-in-the-fucking-am)
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>>701030432
>go back to the time when FTL was proved impossible

ok?
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>>701030489
nigga you high?

humans miss almost everything they observe. Move your hand fast in front of you face. You see that blur? Thats your brain missing information being sent to it via sight. Your eyes receive the photons from when your arm is in motion but your brain cant keep up so it makes do and joins the images.

The screen you're looking at isnt even showing a constant light. It's flashing at you 50-60 times a second. The human brain cant conceive shit. We have no intuition when it comes to microscopic scale or anything larger than a mile. Time always changes for us too. When the day drags or when you stare at a watch hand moving etc...
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why does every star seem to be moving away from us? with the exception of the andromeda galaxy. is there, by chance, any other reason red shift would occur? what if this is just the telescoping effect of light over a long distance? could the "expansion" of the universe be incorrect in that case?
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>>701023614
That it all orbits your mother.
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>>701030947
a black hole is literally a massive object, you're misinformed

it's an object so dense that it curves spacetime all around it until it folds back in on itself
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>>701031106
What a good fucking response.
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my balls......

my balls are hairy


my balls......
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>>701023614
It isn't really the final frontier like it says in all the science books.
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>>701031792
how about this for a question about black holes
does a black hole ever cease to exist
or does it just go on indefinitely being a black hole?
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>>701031631

ok stick with your high school physics you ignorant fuck. meanwhile man has been moving information ftl in labs for years now
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>>701032203

Hawking Radiation
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Did I mention......
My Balls ?
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>>701032203
it evaporates via Hawking radiation over time
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>>701031910
also when you consider the perspective of other beings or intelligence
who may or may not be looking for us
we may be the ones who are either moving in TIME too fast or too slow
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>>701032253
>ftl in labs for years now

lol no, its never happened and it never will happen
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>>701023614
we're all gonna die
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>>701031792

I mean to say, since black holes don't have matter---not mass.

Since they a black hole doesn't contain matter, yet matter falls into it, where does it go? Doesn't this break a classic rule?
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>>701023614
that dark matter is just a made up word to describe the unknown elements we've yet to find.
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Dont die thread
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I need to live forever to understand the universe.... I need to bee here to witness the merger between our galaxy and Andromeda
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>>701032890
it was great op
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>>701032890
get new tredd /b/ro //////

will post more space pics for ya
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Albert Einstein managed to have sex can you imagine that shit?
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>>701032951

They say there will be minimal chance two stars will collide with each other during that merger due to the vast distances between stars
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>>701032536
black holes do have matter, they're just incredibly dense - imagine the Sun but taking up the space of a rock instead of the fucking huge ball of gas it is now - and then imagine all the matter inside it (like the Earth orbiting the Sun) as existing between the event horizon and the actual physical object at the centre
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>>701032972
OP here, I've been posting this thread for years. It always gets going
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>>701032521
well it wont with THAT attitude, mister.
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>>701031661
MIT guy where did you goooooooooo
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>>701030667
>>701029666
I don't think either of you will debate the validity of germ theory or atomic theory. One of you mentioned atomic theory being more of a transition from traditional particle physics to quantum mechanics but I don't see why that makes it false. I name these things because people want to immediately dismiss evidence because it has "theory" in the name, even though a scientific theory is radically different from the word theory that we use in everyday conversations. Regardless, I don't know where you got the impression that the theory of relativity is incorrect or distorted, since it's what we base most of our mathematical predictions about space around, and they come out incredibly precise. In fact, yet another piece of evidence notched in its favor as we detected gravitational waves for the first time, predicted by the theory of relativity decades ago. The big bang theory on the other hand is equally well proven, but I think you have the wrong impression on what exactly it is. The big bang isn't a description of the origin of the universe, but rather an observation of the evolution of the universe FROM its beginning. The big bang theory has been extrapolated from star formations, the presence of microwave background radiation, the current observable expansion and the origin of its trajectory, as well as various other proofs based on chemical compositions of the universe and properties of light.
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>>701030489
It does....
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>>701032531
Solipsism is a philosophical theory, which asserts that nothing exists but the individual’s consciousness
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>>701033357
Youve levelled up and added the nerd rage perk.
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>>701033582
Makes sense, cause I mean, Im god, and when Im dead, youre all gone.
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>>70103330>>701033304
Colombian fag here i'm just mind blown af! Keep it going pls
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>>701031661


the reason i didnt answer this is because i have a big issue with our standard model of the universe if you read my other replies

i dont believe in the big bang because if you know what inflation is, apparently for like a nanosecond all matter in the universe accelerated faster than the speed of light.

NOPE!

so idk bro. theres a lot we dont know and im sad we'll never get answers in our lifetimes
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>>701033292

>Black holes do have matter

No, they don't. Kip Thorne has a good presentation online where he discusses this. Kip Thorne is the directing physicist of LIGO (Recently discovered gravitational waves), was the consulting physicist for Interstellar and has decades of experience writing about/studying black holes.

Black holes may begin with some matter but it's quickly destroyed when a black hole properly becomes a 'black hole'.
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>>701032951
maybe our lives are infinite - we just don't know it
maybe our brains just think we live through a finite period and we are preprogrammed to imagine the passage of time
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>>701023614

>Our whole universe was in a hot dense state,
>Then nearly fourteen billion years ago expansion started.

Wait...
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>>701033357
What have you worked on with MIT?
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>>701033304

next time you do it op ask for mit guy and ill try to be there!! im a long time lurker
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>>701033866
kys
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>>701033582
I've had this thought fuck up my childhood when I was like 9-10 years old
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>>701033940
I'm not MIT guy I was telling those peeps about the authenticity of scientific theories. It doesn't receive the label without good reason.
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>>701024039
nope
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>>701023614
Not so much "space" as much as "general cosmology," but whatever.

>"Given enough time, hydrogen begins to wonder where it came from, and where it's going."
-Edward R. Harrison

Everything in the universe is made of atoms, which aren't sentient. But eventually, they form molecules which eventually become self-replicating, and life begins. Once life begins, it only takes time before those tiny, inanimate building blocks of matter can reflect on their own existence and wonder if there's a purpose to the whole thing.

That shit blows my mind and really makes me think about the origins of life, the purpose of it (if there is one), and why things work the way they do.
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>>701033780
I watched interstellar when I was too high and was fucked up for like a week?
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>>701033780
you're 100% incorrect, you can't have mass without matter
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>>701033940

i worked on a radio telescope. this is used to find exoplanets and track general radio signals from celestial bodies

>>701034099

didnt know about germ theory; ill have to look into it bro

it sucks seeing how smart others are lol
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There's about 10^80 estimated particles in the universe
The further you observe space, the further back in the past you are seeing
There are gigantic areas of the universe that are completely empty. There's one supervoid 1 billion light years across.
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>>701034421
PHOTON
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>>701023614
Earth is flat, pic related
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>>701034098
same here - i used to freak out and cry about it
..
how about this for a thought
there is only one individual mind in the universe who is capable of existing at different times and places all at once
when you die, you come back as another individual in some random part of the universe at a random time period
this means, i am me, you are me, i am you, i am him, i am her, i am the being on planet x, a being on planet 209309834 and i exist now, i have existed and i am going to exist
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>>701034502
photons have no mass so the point stands
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>>701033973
OP here, Mr MIT it looks like I directed my question to the wrong asshole, what have you worked on with MIT?
Also, will do for sure, you're the man!
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>>701033995
Holy shit I just lost so hard
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Energy cannot be created or eliminated ... it just converts. So you will always have the same number of atoms in the Universe regardless of its size
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>>701032536

the matter is torn apart completely until all that's left is whatever the fundamental thing is that matter is made from. Whatever is below the prions that make quarks, or whatever is below that. When it's something so small and high energy we have no possible way of understanding it yet, it wouldnt surprise me if things like quantum superposition have no meaning to it and you can have entire galaxies worth of the things taking up the same space at the same time, each with so much energy you couldnt reasonably calculate it, but going nowhere because they keep each other in check.
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>>701034421

That is 100% incorrect and my undergrad wasn't even in physics.

The matter of a star is destroyed at the center of a black hole when the black hole is 'created'.

The matter is gone, period. However the mass goes into the warped space-time, which is what makes black holes so unique. Literally why we attribute the name singularity to it.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=buqtdpuZxvk
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>>701034649
>>701034456
Oh fuck
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>>701034733
Not true
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>>701032536
the matter goes into a region of space with infinite density. It obviously transforms in some way but we can only theorise on how and into what as physics as we understand it doesnt work in that region of space.

What really confuses me is that there are black holes that spin,so somehow angular momentum is conserved but obviously it cant be rotating. How can something rotate if it has no central point. It IS the central point. My head hurts.
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>>701034639
I am he as you are he as we are all together

> goo goo ga joob?
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>>701033780
>>701034788
http://science.nasa.gov/astrophysics/focus-areas/black-holes/

>Don't let the name fool you: a black hole is anything but empty space. Rather, it is a great amount of matter packed into a very small area - think of a star ten times more massive than the Sun squeezed into a sphere approximately the diameter of New York City.
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>>701034733
fusion takes multiple and spits out less technically

>>701034932
also did some condensed matter stuff
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>>701034639
That was in a movie or something wasn't it?
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>>701034733
You suck at science moron
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What will happen if you fart in space?
Will the gas become a new star or a meteorite?
Is that how black holes are made?
Can I even fart in space to begin with?
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>>701035093
Energy and atoms are the same thing LMAO
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>>701027885
that's not the problem you cumstain
the problem is that you're part of the reason /b/ went down the shitter
>inb4 /b/ is the shitter
>suck my cock nigger
I would say that your shitty meme killing website can get ddosed and taken down by some edgy teenagers, but that would mean you would all start flooding here

piss off to your own damn shit-show of a site faggot, this one is ours
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>>701035068
Condensed matter? Wanna do a quick tldr?
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>>701035279
lol get fucked wanker.
Here before /b/, will here after.

Its not some special sekret klub, faggot. Get a life.
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>>701035260
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>>701035279
I go on Reddit and you just follow the herd of /b/ faggots. Btw been on here for 7 years.
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>>701035464
ur right we aren't a "sekret klub", but at least we aren't one giant gay orgy like yours
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>>701027044
How much do you know about dying stars and gamma rays? I did watch a doc about it a week ago and it was fascinating. I mean they did prove it with measurements, but how the gamma rays form and what kind of a beam they emit? Is it a cone or a sphere everywhere? It's a scary though any second a gamma ray would hit us and we would ALL burn to a crisp all around the world.
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MIT guy, why do you lurk here? What's on here for you?
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>>701023614

Our moon is only about 50km from us, but because of optical illusion lights from the sun bouncing off the Earth it appears to be further away.
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>>701035779

he's well educated in the sciences, he probably hates niggers.
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>>701035650
/b/..... not gay orgy

10000000 diaper threads
100000000 furry threads
1000000000 trap threads

NOT GAY. (feminine penis)

but its okay mate, you defend your epeen.
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>>701034649
Fuck you too, m8
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>>701035059


Here is an interview with Kip Thorne, one of the 3 founding members of LIGO, probably Nobel Prize Laureate for his discovery of gravitiational waves, lead scientific adviser to Interstellar and winner of more honors/awards on his work with Black Holes/gravity than I can post here.

Also, remember that bet that Hawking made with 'that other guy and lost' over the nature of black holes? Yep, Kip Thorne was in on that too. So, let's see what he says about black holes;

"Thorne: The matter of which a star is made, the atoms of which a star is made, are destroyed at the center of a black hole, when the black hole is created. The matter is gone, but the mass, in the sense of mass and energy being equivalent, has gone into the warped space-time of the black hole."
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The air is mostly empty space.
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>>701036045
Matter can't be created or destroyed, so that's obviously hyperbole fam.
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space is really hot and heavy
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>>701036331
That's "energy" dumb dumb face
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>>701036045

Linkage to Kip's interview;

http://www.space.com/17086-bizarre-black-holes-kip-thorne-interview.html

Kip also explains this in his book on the science of Interstellar. This is not junk or fringe science either, this has been discussed ad nauseum in physics for years, so I'm not sure how you're so surprised about it.
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>>701034098
Me too but i was like 4 and playing in the yard when it hit me. I started crying and screaming I don't want to die. So my folks started telling me fairly tales about Heaven and God and Jesus to try to make me feel better. And for awhile it worked but then I realized that Man made all that shit up so ever since then I've been a miserable bastard.
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>>701035075
i thought the same thing but was never able to find any movie with that premise or idea
i always thought it would make an interesting movie
you die, come back have no memory of past life, live in the 20s, die, come back in 2023, die, come back 10,000 BC, die, come back as alien on another planet, die, come back to earth in 1890s as hitler, die, come back as a jew from 1910s in germany, die, come back as alien in next star system 400 years ago, die, come back as ww2 russian soldier, die, come back as worker of some sort in 3044, die, come back as french farmer in the first war, die, come back as alien on opposite of planet a million years ago, die, etc etc etc etc
in the end it would mean that there is only one lonely intelligent life form
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>>701033357
ok, well there have been numerous relativity theories. I think you're talking about the general theory of relativity which is correct most of the time but there are numerous problems with it. String theory came about trying to solve one of those problems. It's main issue is that it isnt a unifying theory. It doesnt work for sub atomic and galactic scales. Dark energy and matter are also consequences of it not explaining stuff.

The big bang is incomplete as we cant see past a certain barrier. It again isnt fact because we dont know everything FROM the beginning

You picked bad examples. Get over it
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>>701036331

Google information paradox, black holes, Kip Thorne, Hawking.

That's where you're going to eventually end up if we discuss it on here, it's just easier for you to Google it and dive into the deep end. And it's deep~~
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>>701024091
Um, did you have Astronomy 103 today, /b/ro?
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>>701023614
Michael Dorn is a pilot and used to play in several bands
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Capped from the last time I saw this thread.
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all of it is me
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>>701033582
Be that as it may, I don't think that I am the only consciousness in the universe. I am just hyper-aware of the fleeting nature of life and living beings.
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>>701023614
-The whole universe started from a region smaller than an atom

- only the observable universe is 14.6 billion years old, the whole thing might be a lot older, bigger, but we have no way to know.
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>>701035355
condensed matter just describes that at low temps, atoms exhibit weird ass behavior.

its the physics of trying to explain it

for example, what i said here: >>701027044

this material is called YBCO

yttrium, barium, copper oxide.

its a ceramic that at 90K conducts electricity AS IF:

the electron (what electricity is) appears to be not traveling through a dense dense crystalline structure, but through FREE SPACE, with a lower mass.

think about that. electrons think they have a smaller mass and they are not traveling through matter but rather a vacuum...

>>701035676
not much actually. there's too much to learn in space.

>>701035779
well, started lurking /b/ about 8 years ago and you'd be surprised how well the humor translates into physicists and engineers lives.

/b/ may seem full of /b/tards, but aside from the blatant and purposeful racism/pedophilia, has the most intelligent media users on the internet....i didnt say that though

plus who doesnt like being anonymous?

ps check em
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>>701036562
You know what, it was a Facebook photo story I read.
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>>701036728
This
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>>701026598
The proof is with the discovery of gravitational waves from black holes colliding
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It's the only black thing I that hasn't stolen a bike.
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>>701033711
You sir are just a fucking idiot. I hope you keep thinking that when you're dying, see if it helps...
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>>701036692
I'm pretty sure that was my thread lmao, small world
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failed roll also pic
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>>701033582
which is an equally unprovable and pointless view to have.

even if its true that consciousness is pretending to interact with a fake reality (which can only be made by itself) so it may as well act like its real anyway.
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>>701035971
True
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>>701025113
we have come to understand the universe a lot better than most life forms on earth, and that is a tremendous achievement.
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Fermi Paradox

Let’s say we have an ant hill in the middle of the forest. And right next to the ant hill, we are building a ten-lane super-highway. And the question is “Would the ants be able to understand what a ten-lane super-highway is? Would the ants be able to understand the technology and the intentions of the beings building the highway next to them?
So it’s not that we can’t pick up the signals from Planet X using our technology, it’s that we can’t even comprehend what the beings from Planet X are or what they’re trying to do. It’s so beyond us that even if they really wanted to enlighten us, it would be like trying to teach ants about the internet.
When Pizarro made his way into Peru, did he stop for a while at an anthill to try to communicate? Was he magnanimous, trying to help the ants in the anthill? Did he become hostile and slow his original mission down in order to smash the anthill apart? Or was the anthill of complete and utter and eternal irrelevance to Pizarro? That might be our situation here.
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>>701025482
>Space infistmal, chance infistmal.
>infistmal
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>>701031106
Do you have any fucking idea how far away our furthest fist radio communications are? They're like a blip in our own milky way.
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This may be more philosophy than a fact but as the oceans where placed there so that humans can create ships space is "there" so that humans can invent transcendence from organic to inorganic post humans. Every planet in our solar system has a resource that is meant to be used once we reach said phase. This isn't about God or anything but the universe and the self are conscious of one another. Look up quantum biology for further reading
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>>701037045
That post was too good not to save
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>>701037261
what station is fist radio on? tuning noaw
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>>701037254
shit this hit hard
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>>701037045
>pretty sure
you are either sure or your not.
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>>701035890

The rings of Saturn are made from flavoured icicles that could solve world hunger.
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>>701036873
What boards do you visit besides /b/
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>>701036873
Can you dumb down the free space idea? Sorry, but electricity was my VERY weak point. I'm relatively decent with math and basic physics but I'm horrible at grasping electricity.
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>>701037594
>I'm relatively decent with math
Not from where I'm standing your not... GET IT... GET IT

Fuck off
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>>701036873
Reddit has smarter users, sorry faggots but it's true
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>>701034372
and eventually those atoms that make up life work out that the universe will go on forever and that it will be a relatively short time before life as they know it can no longer come about because all matter will eventually combine and decay into photons
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>>701029430
Really? Ya fooken think laddo?
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>>701037195
Yet son little in comparisson
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>>701037325
life exists on earth because the conditions for organic life to thrive are present here like liquid water, temperature etc.

most other solar bodies are either very cold or hot, so we dont see any life.
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>>701037594
you don't grasp electricity, electricity grasps you.
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>>701036873
>>701035355

here is a shitty youtube of one example of superconductors called the meissner effect

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4lE8QWtrEvQ
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>>701028173

How do you think number theory factors into the creation of supermassive black holes and other hyper-heavy bodies.
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>>701037532
I think I remember reading that, but it was a year ago. Sorry, I didn't mean to say sure in a science thread, faggot
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>>701036574
Fair points regarding the theory of relativity. Yet again I have to say that it's not factually incorrect, but simply another piece in the puzzle. The original comment I replied to implied theories are guesses at best and we don't actually know anything which is blatantly untrue. As I pointed out, the theory of relativity is our go-to for mathematical predictions as of right now. It's precise enough for the purposes we use it for which would be impossible if it were a meager guess, though I'm sure an even better version will emerge like when Einstein surpassed Newton. This means the big bang is not yet complete, it does NOT mean it is false. The time from the beginning of the big bang to the time where we can see what happened is around 2 seconds. The universe is 13 billion years old, and the theory applies to this massive time period. My examples were perfectly valid, your interpretation of my comment (theories are more than guesses and have significant evidence and proof vs a theory is automatically correct and complete) was flawed.
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>>Stephen Hawking

TFW people listen to the theories of some potato who can't even wipe his own ass
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>>701029584
i remember smoking weed one time and seeing this picture and started actually crying. Since then its remained as one of the more powerful pictures ive ever seen. I get a lot of different emotions when i see it

on a related note. Whos excited for the james webb telescope? (assuming it ever actually gets finished and launched)
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>>701038189
*general relativity
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>>701037760
Relative to the average American. You remind me of lardass in the movie Stand By Me
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>>701037845

in comparison to whom?

for all we know we're the only ones out there with any understanding at all. Do you know how many convenient events had to take place for tool wielding mammals with the ability to think about the universe had to arise had to take place in the right order? For all we know everywhere else gets to the dinosaurs (or whatever their version of an apex predator species that lives at the top of the food chain basically indefinitely) and stays there until their planet cant support life anymore. I like to think of it that way, that it's entirely up to us to figure everything out. Gives me a sense of purpose to human life that we otherwise dont have.
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>>701038293
>james webb telescope?

Not good enough. REEEEEEEEE. We need to launch an interstellar mission now the world won't be here in 30 years.
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Here's a good one, should fit right in here on /b/...

The earth's "radio bubble" is roughly 200 light years in diameter. However, because of the strength of those early signals, most have probably dissipated. It's very likely that the first signal any aliens would hear from earth would be adolf hitler's broadcasting of the 1936 olympics, that were held in germany. Hitler wanted the whole world to hear the olympics, so special equipment was used to broadcast with more power.

BOOM!
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>>701037570
only /b/
>>701037768
reddit has ok users, i hate how they pretend to care about shit.

everyday a new link about some children dying in the middle east but what do they actually do about it except post for karma?

also...they changed their privacy policy; i think /b/s is still decent

>>701037760

hey i like it!!

>>701037594

look at this image
>>701037058
i am about to write a novel
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>>701037325
Wasting taxpayers dollars on humans ins space. Space is not intended for humans. It would more fiscal to spend the money on neurology and uploading and downloading ourselves from one planet to the other instead of creating spacecraft habitable for organic matter
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>>701023614
Earth if flat, faggot
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The stars in the night sky were used by ancients to remember other peoples food recipes
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>>701037073
It's not pointless. It can't be proven to anyone but the person making the assertion, though. "Asserting," in this case just means that when examining the world, the only thing I can KNOW for sure is that my own consciousness exists, because without that, I couldn't conduct the examination to begin with. Descartes went though this whole thing ("I think, therefore I am) and concluded that while his senses might be wrong or some force might be manipulating his mind/perceptions/thoughts, he at least could know without a doubt that he had (or was) a mind, because he could at least perceive and think, even if the content of those perceptions or thoughts were somehow suspect. He couldn't vouch for anyone or anything else, though. That much makes sense to me.

He eventually took that and ran with it and claimed he could know that God exists too, but without getting into the details, I found it to be a bit of a logical leap.
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>>701038493
yes yes we've all seen Contact you faggot
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>>701038528
Yer because tax, dollars and economies are real things?

Fucking retard
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>>701027624
wtf does OC have anything to do with the irony of posting one of the largest images of all time as a thumbnail.

you're not even coherent.
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>>701038528
>uploading ourselves from one planet to the other

too bad that kills the original person :^)
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>>701025113
> I find it frustrating that there is no way we will really understand everything there is to know about the universe.
You don't know that. Maybe your consciousness continues in another form.
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>>701038990
he was probably a fag anyways
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>>701038509
Fuck, a novel? How old are you?
Also, yeah I barely use Reddit, didn't even realize karma is important to people. I like the idea that people can be credited with a title next to their name in science boards, you should be there fam
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>>701037773
Yep. We're all the same stuff that is the universe. Bill Hicks said "we are all one consciousness experiencing itself subjectively."
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>>701037016
mmmm, no worries, I will.

Im certainly not going to be praying to an convenient deity that you were raised on, based off your time period and location in space.
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There are more pubes in my dick than black holes in the universe.
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>>701037256
took you awhile, but nice three hour old burn there buddy.
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>>701037594

Ceramics: bad energy conduction of any sort (mechanical, electrical, thermal, etc)

this is because of the bonding. ceramics use a covalent bond. this means that the bonds are "happy" almost everything in nature is a ceramic. it is what materials want to be, because they have full shells and want to stay that way. hence why rocks stay rocks but metals rust into ceramics.

this is because ceramics have only "shared" electron bonds.

metals, on the other hand, have what we call a "sea" of electrons. that means that if you have a hunk of metal, an electron from an atom can be ANYWHERE in this hunk of metal at anytime. therefore, metal conduct all things that interact with electrons well, and since ceramics cannot move their bonds without breaking (ie brittle) they cant

however

at cold temperatures in these ceramics, electronics appear to move through they as if there were no atomic structures or bonds in front of them.

why?

no one fucking knows.
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>>701039257
Stop putting pubes in your dick anon.
They should be around it.
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How do people make/figure out equations?

i know the retard answer is research/trial/error/experimentation but i want an in depth answer if possible

but ive always been facinated at how people can interpret and truly understand whats happening around them. Especially the earlier scientists who had such limited resources and had to damn near dedicate their whole lives to one thing
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Space is pretty cool. It's really mind blowing just to really think about how insignificant we are.
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>>701038922
Cause you were to bland with your response and I thought you were talking shit and got defensive. Im incoherent my b
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>>701026737
It's a 3 dimensional hole in space basically (anything can fall in from any angle)
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>>701039507
I have no pubes in or around my dick...
muh balls doe
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>>701038431
Jesus christ.

Look, right above you, see that plane flying over your head?
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>>701039590
>What is Calculus
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If the Sun disappeared, all ligh hitting the earth as well as it's gravitational effects on us, would stay normal until 8 minutes after the sun vanished.
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>>701038462
I agree with you totally sorry for the bad english btw.
Didnt mean in comparison to other species or other posible civilization i meant that due to the short human life there has to be a lot more to know, and we wont, you or me or our children etc.
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>>701039651
like a hole?
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>>701038051
no idea but i have a very strong hunch that if the prime problem and the riemann hypothesis can be solved we will have some powerful stuff to work with
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There are more stars in our galaxy than there are atoms in the universe.
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The sun is one hot tamale.
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>>701039771

I like vsauce too
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>>701039945
tyson plz go
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>>701039999

Oh nice I haven't got quads in a while
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>>701039418
So, essentially, ceramics exhibit metallic properties under extremely cold temps?
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>>701039733
ive never taken a calculus course nor have i ever had it explained to me in a proper way. I just get its hard/for smart people/i dont get it
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>>701038528
Your tax payer dollars are wasted on WAR and PROTECTION.

The race to space and subsequent technologies are born from WAR.

You wanna stop wasting money? Stop shooting brown people, instead of crushing everyone elses hopes and desires to move humanity forward.
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>>701039999
I like your quads.
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If you go to the far end of space there is a wall writen: OP is a faggoris.
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