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Posted 6/3/17

MasterBismuth33 wrote:


Ryulightorb wrote:


MasterBismuth33 wrote:


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The basic structure of space time depends on what theory your going with
"While general relativity describes spacetime as a continuous manifold, quantum field theories require spacetime to be made of discrete points. Unifying these two theories into one theory of quantum gravity is currently one of the biggest unsolved problems in physics."

No one knows for sure anyone who says they does is either a liar or a fool.


The basics structure of space/time is a torus. Go look it up. I am right. They even have pictures on Google and videos of it on YouTube.


Those videos have no scientific basis and the pictures drawn are all artist renditions with no basis or papers/research behind them.
you are not right.

Spacetime being a torus is a theory but there is a ton of evidence against that pointing out the flaws.
it's a theory is anything just that there is no factual evidence given at this point in time.

The earth is flat they even have pictures on google and videos of it on youtube! see it works the same i can claim bullshit to.
Stick to spirituality man science isn't your strongsuit.


I am God. I should know what I am talking about.



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You amuse, me Ryulightorb I am not trolling you since my intent is good. I am only teaching you a lesson, but you don't get it. How about doing some research on what I am talking about with an open mind and open heart? Just because you are offended by me does not mean I am trolling you. You are the one that chose to be offended therefore you are the one that is responsible for your own reactions, Ryulightorb


There is no such thing as god let alone not one person here being.
i have an open mind and heart but i'm realistic
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Now now, someone answer my question, how do you build space time without repeating units?
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Posted 6/3/17 , edited 6/14/17

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Now now, someone answer my question, how do you build space time without repeating units?


By making it random.



Alright, let me explain. For 0 dimension is a point, 1 dimension is a line, 2 dimension is a plane, and 3 dimension is 3D.

Now if you've read my box A and B scenario you'll know that if the space time repeats for box A and box B, you appear in both of them simultaneously(if you have not read it go read it).

Imagine a computer with two screens showing the same thing, if you post and image in one screen, the same image shows up in another screen. How do you make the image different? By plugging the other screen to a different computer.

Now this is similar to space time, space time is all around us, it is a volume, we exist in it, all this invisible space around us is space time, light pass through it, it is invisible, we cannot touch it, we cannot see it, but it has a volume, and is continuous.

Now does space time has a unit? If it does not have a unit then it is a big chunk of jello. It must have a unit, but it is too small for us to see.

What does this unit looks like? No one knows, but we got a string theory.

Can we scan space time? We might, it has a structure, by scanning the structure of space time in 2D, you've essentially copy the space time structure, by recreating this structure with a material, we've essentially copy a piece of space time thereby creating a portal.

P.S But space time is still smaller than an atom

If we copy the entire structure of space time in 3D and simulate it inside a computer, first of all space time is 3D, so it has a structure, we can recreate this structure in 3D, it could be a bread roll shape, a square, a triangle, a squiggly line, but if we create it correctly this structure inside a computer, it turns invisible, it becomes formless, and time, gravity, force, all that stuff appears.

Go watch Re:Creators or Pea Body
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Posted 6/3/17 , edited 6/3/17

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Just because I said something that you don't believe does not mean I am trolling you or I am lying. It's your own responsibility to figure out what is true and what is not true, Ryulightorb


mine and science in which both agree god isn't likely real more specifically there is no evidence
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There are three ways in solving the space time structure.

1. Formulate it in theory within the head(which I failed)
2. Reveal the structure of space time(since it is invisible), then study it with a super magnification microscope(if such a microscope exists)
3. Use genetic algorithm to guess the structure(it turns invisible, it becomes formless, in speculation)

Which way is more likely in solving it?
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Now imagine creating a cube of space time in the middle of your room. This cube of space time is not connected to your room so technically you can't access it.

One of the two following scenario should happen.

1. The cube of space time remains a black block of empty cube in the room.
2. The cube of space time is connected back to the space time where it belongs.

No one has really cut space time before so I can't say

P.S So how do you cut space time?
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no
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Let's say you build a chunk of existing space time inside a computer. You should be able to observe everything inside that space time. Now you modify the right half of the chunk of space time and have it connect to another realm. Three of the possibilities follow.

1. You cannot connect the space time to another realm because it is not continuous
2. You connect the space time to another realm in the computer, but the original space time in the real world is still connected to the other chunk, so they overlap.
A. The space time in the real world takes over and you are still connected to the other chunk
B. The space time in the computer takes over so you are now connected to another realm
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A better question is this: How many sides does a circle have?

The Answer is NOT infinitely many, even though the definition of a side is a point at which a line can intersect.
The correct answer is:


Bwhahaha I am so funny (Or tired) yeah probably the second lol
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Posted 6/15/17 , edited 6/16/17

MadBovine wrote:

A better question is this: How many sides does a circle have?

The Answer is NOT infinitely many, even though the definition of a side is a point at which a line can intersect.
The correct answer is:


Bwhahaha I am so funny (Or tired) yeah probably the second lol


Lol, I am just speculating here until someone actually builds the "space time structure" inside a computer. All comments are welcome here anyway
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