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• Today, 06:05 AM
Quoting the definition of the Planck force does not justify you randomly swapping values into equations, adding fudge factors and arbitrarily...
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• Yesterday, 10:05 PM
It's important because you were using the name dimensional analysis, and links to an article about it, to claim your approach was a recognised way of...
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• Yesterday, 08:35 PM
This is not dimensional analysis. This is just calculating something. For example taking F = ma all you are doing is calculating the force on an...
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• Yesterday, 04:53 PM
Was that because of the new cq front page?
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• 2019-Jan-22, 11:35 PM
Yes. You are wrong. It serves as a guide and constraint. It is not the sole method used to create new equations from scratch with no rationale. ...
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• 2019-Jan-22, 07:37 PM
Most of your first post. I didn't read the second one. Examples: Why pick the Planck masses and distance - what system are you modelling with...
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• 2019-Jan-22, 06:13 PM
No, my criticism was about the methods you used. Simply that you can't actually provide any justification for what you did other than saying the...
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• 2019-Jan-22, 04:57 AM
If you understand conservation of energy you'll know that it is a local thing, at best, in GR. Energy is not an invariant - it is a pseudotensor and...
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• 2019-Jan-21, 07:20 PM
It is not in the slightest rigorous. And it may makes sense to you but from here it looks like random equation juggling. You swap your lp for...
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• 2019-Jan-20, 11:22 PM
There's nothing to contest. You've arbitrarily multiplied numbers together. Your 'method' is currently no more scientific than reading the future in...
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• 2019-Jan-20, 06:37 PM
Looks like the LHC runs at about a tenth the pressure of the Lunar atmosphere: https://www.nature.com/news/2008/080905/full/news.2008.1085.html At...
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• 2019-Jan-20, 04:08 PM
Then that's probably why you haven't got any comments. You've discovered, basically, that if you multiply numbers together you get other numbers. ...
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• 2019-Jan-20, 03:31 PM
Do you have a theory that led to that equation?
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• 2019-Jan-19, 02:43 PM
Wavefunctions are often interpreted as abstract entities in very high dimensional Hilbert spaces, not something concrete spread around the universe. ...
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• 2019-Jan-19, 11:21 AM
Although some people seem to be able to access the dreaming state without sleeping, it's generally unhealthy. Even having experienced nightmares, I...
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• 2019-Jan-19, 09:49 AM
OK, so we are talking about the same thing. The disconnect for me is how "Volume of space around a dense object where photon paths can be closed"...
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• 2019-Jan-19, 07:50 AM
Maybe this is a good time to ask - what do you mean by photon sphere? Because I don't think you are using the term in the same way I am used to.
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• 2019-Jan-17, 06:24 AM
The current models do not extend back to that point in time. It is lazy, sloppy writing. In fact the first paragraph has only one correct point in...
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• 2019-Jan-13, 11:00 AM
The arxiv version of the paper behind the paywall: https://arxiv.org/pdf/1511.07058.pdf Some points: - The composite photon theory doesn't work. ...
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• 2019-Jan-12, 10:40 AM
My take on it, from reading it, is that it is an interesting result but is nowhere near the level of certainty they ascribe it. There are several...
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• 2019-Jan-11, 06:15 PM
Odd that the millennium simulation, based on current cosmology, produced filaments and voids similar to those that we see then. Also current...
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• 2019-Jan-10, 02:38 PM
And, what does "terraform" mean? :) I'm finding out that not everyone wants it to be exactly like the conditions in my living room ("grapaform"),...
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• 2019-Jan-10, 02:34 PM
I think Cougar is looking for a sort of gravitational compound lens?
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• 2019-Jan-08, 06:09 PM
Although sterile neutrinos have not been observed which rather breaks their claim about their model only relying on known particles and forces. ...
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• 2019-Jan-08, 06:02 PM
The EM field is associated with charge, so if there is residual or unscreened charge then there is a an EM field.
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• 2019-Jan-08, 06:31 AM
Electric charge is a fundamental property of particles. There isn't a good explanation as to why charged particles are charged. Like any one of the...
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• 2019-Jan-03, 03:01 PM
Then report bad behaviour, don't emulate it.
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• 2019-Jan-03, 07:40 AM
Or perhaps even better - "I have made my case as well as I can and I believe my reasoning is clear. Because this is discussion is mostly rehashing...
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