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Moving beyond String Theory

Posted on Sunday, 1 October, 2006 | Comment icon 9 comments


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"Ask any credentialed nerd what the ultimate theory of physics is, and chances are they'll reply, "string theory."

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Comment icon #1 Posted by Bella-Angelique on 1 October, 2006, 17:59
Good stuff. I like Non-Commutative Geometry. I am guessing that all of the spheres in space might be formed around tretrahedra energy patterns and that pattern is a good one to go with to figure out a lot of things. source This guy Winter has a god complex which causes false judgement, but the diagrams are great for tetrahedra. source This diagram is good for showing how tetrahydra can pack.
Comment icon #2 Posted by SoldDeadSeems on 2 October, 2006, 5:09
I've been been trying to get more into some of these scientific concepts , string theory , physics and what not. I need to buy some of books this article mentions.
Comment icon #3 Posted by __Kratos__ on 2 October, 2006, 5:38
I've been been trying to get more into some of these scientific concepts , string theory , physics and what not. I need to buy some of books this article mentions. NOVA: Watch The Elegant Universe (3 hours) That's free video on the net that you can watch. It's broken up in segments so you don't need to watch all 3 hours at once. It's really good and it puts it in words you can actually understand rather then some gibberish.
Comment icon #4 Posted by ConservativePessimist on 2 October, 2006, 5:48
Boo! String Theory is bogus in my book... yea just keep adding dimensions until your math works out, that MUST make it true. Yea... and the problem that string theory can't exactly be tested at all, pretty convenient. Also notice "early 70's" was when it was invented... just about the same time that drug use became common. Pure coincidence... I think not.
Comment icon #5 Posted by SoldDeadSeems on 2 October, 2006, 7:06
NOVA: Watch The Elegant Universe (3 hours) That's free video on the net that you can watch. It's broken up in segments so you don't need to watch all 3 hours at once. It's really good and it puts it in words you can actually understand rather then some gibberish. Thank You.
Comment icon #6 Posted by Dark_Ambient on 2 October, 2006, 7:33
Those video's are good. I learned a lot.
Comment icon #7 Posted by Shuriken on 2 October, 2006, 9:03
Also notice "early 70's" was when it was invented... just about the same time that drug use became common. Pure coincidence... I think not. lmao that just might be Teh True. Also, good stuff those videos Kratos mentioned above...
Comment icon #8 Posted by Ykaedhi Aewee on 2 October, 2006, 10:29
NOVA: Watch The Elegant Universe (3 hours) That's free video on the net that you can watch. It's broken up in segments so you don't need to watch all 3 hours at once. It's really good and it puts it in words you can actually understand rather then some gibberish. Amazing link dude thanks
Comment icon #9 Posted by contactismade on 2 October, 2006, 14:05
The simplicity of the sphere, ironic that it answers sp many questions, its almost like its a blueprint or something.


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