Alan McDougall;121742 wrote:
Maybe matter is the condensed thoughts of God, we can easily extract enormous amounts of energy of of a little matter but the revere is extremely difficult.
But don't you agree that energy/matter are really the same things but present in differing levels of densities?
Alan McDougall;121742 wrote:
The large Hadron Collider will attempt to convert energy into fundament matter
Right. They're basically attempting to reproduce the same conditions as at the beginning of our universe. They want to explain their one free miracle... you know, the Singularity. The "Happy Accident" as Hawkings referred to it. Funny, if indeed they succeed, they will by default give credence to notions of the required "Intellect" present in order to cause
How could the Singularity be a result of mindless cause/reaction, when it is the very Mother of said, cause/reaction? The Singularity was not caused
into existence. It was reasoned
(thought, planned) into existence, just like the Hadron... (well maybe not just like)
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I do not think any one here or in the scientific realm has claimed matter to be discontinous.
Well that's how I read both Pauli and Planck alike. Pauli determines the set smallest size that matter can assemble before being compounded in on itself by supergravity of black hole. It still never touches itself, but seems to create space where there was none before it. It is difficult to conceive of space warping as such. To our naked intellect, things must get smaller in order to fill the same space with more objects. Yet supergravity warps space so that the particles may remain the same size, but in effect, still be compressed, virtually occupying the same space... which opens doors for multi-dimensional abstracts to allow for this phenomenon.
Planck on the other hand notes that energy also has a smallest unit. It appears to leap out of nowhere for anything less than this smallest unit does not seem to exist whatsoever.
Since both are measurable to smallest units, the term discontinuous is applied to illustrate the "non-connectedness" of all energy/matter relationships. What comes out of this is a theory of existence built purely upon notions of immaterial relationships... thought
In quantum theory, i think, space exists within matter, and outside of it.
Yes, hence the "discontinuous" nature of matter... nothing is physically connected.
But, Space cannot be discontinous taking the above principle of playground into the picture, matter definitely can be.
Yes, nobody is arguing that, matter definitely "can be". But its "being", is in a discontinuous state. As well, "space" is now thought to consist primarily of Dark Matter. Yes it is theory (Dark Matter), but without this theory we cannot explain the weight or gravitational properties of the universe. I don't have the exact figures, but apparently, Dark Matter accounts for 98% of the physical universe that we cannot even see or detect.
I think, matter can seem to be discontinous, at that level because matter appears to exist as a boundary of a cause-to-effect event, (relative to the observer/mind contextual paradigm) under the wavefunction (theoretical) paradigm.
Yes, nothing ever physically touches anything else.
The vibrancy or movement of electron or any energy within it does only and without exception indicates a semblance of space in the deepest reccesses of matter.
Well that's not typically considered the same type of "space" as the space between Jupiter and Mars. Open space of the universe is typically considered as just that, open space, basically a void. But I have no doubt that void cannot exist within the physical realm, and that some "thing" indeed must be there to fill that void, even if we cannot see or detect it. Perhaps Dark Energy/Dark Matter fills the void of space... perhaps not.
The space you refer to within quantum particles is more or less an energy field... not the same as the open space of outer space. Yet, one must consider, the very slight possibility, that clues to the Dark Matter/Dark Energy theory may in fact one day be found within the Spacial Energy Field between the fermion and boson.