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Re: Competing cosmologies

#81  Postby Destroyer » Jan 30, 2020 1:58 pm

Cito di Pense wrote:
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Still waiting for the maths, Cito.


What maths is that, Destroyer? Still want to reconcile constants with variables?

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I thought you were a physicist and mathematician, never mind; allow the real scientists to grapple with the problem.
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Re: Competing cosmologies

#82  Postby Cito di Pense » Jan 30, 2020 2:11 pm

Destroyer wrote:
Cito di Pense wrote:
Destroyer wrote:

Still waiting for the maths, Cito.


What maths is that, Destroyer? Still want to reconcile constants with variables?

https://www.hotelpensionpantarhei.com/index.php/de/


I thought you were a physicist and mathematician, never mind; allow the real scientists to grapple with the problem.


Is there something you would like explained to you? For example, do you want to know how to distinguish constants from variables?

Destroyer wrote:the evidence clearly supports an expanding and changing universe; reconciling this fact with the apparent infinity and constancy at the fundamental level is where the problem persists.


Yeah, I think that must be it. Or, how far can you stick your head up your ass? You and your "apparent".
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Re: Competing cosmologies

#83  Postby Destroyer » Jan 30, 2020 2:20 pm

Cito di Pense wrote:
Destroyer wrote:
Cito di Pense wrote:
Destroyer wrote:

Still waiting for the maths, Cito.


What maths is that, Destroyer? Still want to reconcile constants with variables?

https://www.hotelpensionpantarhei.com/index.php/de/


I thought you were a physicist and mathematician, never mind; allow the real scientists to grapple with the problem.


Is there something you would like explained to you? For example, do you want to know how to distinguish constants from variables?

Destroyer wrote:the evidence clearly supports an expanding and changing universe; reconciling this fact with the apparent infinity and constancy at the fundamental level is where the problem persists.


Yeah, I think that must be it. Or, how far can you stick your head up your ass? You and your "apparent".


Ok, good. Go ahead and demonstrate to the scientific community exactly how to fit the fundamental force of gravity into the Standard Model of particle physics.
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Re: Competing cosmologies

#84  Postby newolder » Jan 30, 2020 2:38 pm

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Ok, good. Go ahead and demonstrate to the scientific community exactly how to fit the fundamental force of gravity into the Standard Model of particle physics.


In a purely theoretical sense, the AdS/CFT correspondence fits gravity and quantum mechanics together. It's unfortunate that we live in a de Sitter universe where this theoretical correspondence has not been shown to hold. Lisa Randall in The Boundaries of KKLT has made some recent progress, however, where:
We consider the conundrum of generating de Sitter space from higher-dimensional geometry, ...


It remains a tricky problem but it does get attention.

Are you (Destroyer) any closer than Prof. Randall? :ask:
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Re: Competing cosmologies

#85  Postby Destroyer » Jan 30, 2020 2:59 pm

newolder wrote:
Destroyer wrote:...

Ok, good. Go ahead and demonstrate to the scientific community exactly how to fit the fundamental force of gravity into the Standard Model of particle physics.


In a purely theoretical sense, the AdS/CFT correspondence fits gravity and quantum mechanics together. It's unfortunate that we live in a de Sitter universe where this theoretical correspondence has not been shown to hold. Lisa Randall in The Boundaries of KKLT has made some recent progress, however, where:
We consider the conundrum of generating de Sitter space from higher-dimensional geometry, ...


It remains a tricky problem but it does get attention.

Are you (Destroyer) any closer than Prof. Randall? :ask:


I do indeed have a description of the universe that reconciles ALL fundamental forces.
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Re: Competing cosmologies

#86  Postby newolder » Jan 30, 2020 3:00 pm

So you claim. When and where was it published?

How can you know that you have covered "ALL" forces?
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Re: Competing cosmologies

#87  Postby Destroyer » Jan 30, 2020 3:11 pm

newolder wrote:So you claim. When and where was it published?

How can you know that you have covered "ALL" forces?


The description is not a mathematical model; so unfortunately cannot be corroborated by the scientific method. However, if factually supported then it will never fade, and will eventually come to the fore.
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Re: Competing cosmologies

#88  Postby newolder » Jan 30, 2020 3:12 pm

You've got nothing. Heigh ho.
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Re: Competing cosmologies

#89  Postby Fallible » Jan 30, 2020 3:14 pm

Oh ffs, not this again...
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Re: Competing cosmologies

#90  Postby newolder » Jan 30, 2020 3:17 pm

Fallible wrote:Oh ffs, not this again...


I'm guessing that the "I'll tell you everything only via PM." phase is next. :roll:
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Re: Competing cosmologies

#91  Postby Fallible » Jan 30, 2020 3:42 pm

You never know, maybe he fancies a change for 2020...
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Re: Competing cosmologies

#92  Postby Destroyer » Jan 30, 2020 4:15 pm

Fallible wrote:You never know, maybe he fancies a change for 2020...


Unfortunately, there is no possibility for change to this principle. I am not really interested in private discussions, but it happens to be the only means available for me to offer to those who persist with challenge. I have attempted to explain why publicity is not an option at this time - it involves an encroachment into territory where first principles have no justification to be expressed.
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Re: Competing cosmologies

#93  Postby newolder » Jan 30, 2020 4:18 pm

This is a physics forum. Bring some physics or go somewhere where physics isn't necessary.
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Re: Competing cosmologies

#94  Postby Destroyer » Jan 30, 2020 4:22 pm

newolder wrote:This is a physics forum. Bring some physics or go somewhere where physics isn't necessary.


So I guess this means that your saying that I will be next asking for PM's is physics?
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Re: Competing cosmologies

#95  Postby newolder » Jan 30, 2020 4:23 pm

:what: What?

I would be happier if all of the posts in this topic that did not contain physics were removed to their own topic elsewhere.
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Re: Competing cosmologies

#96  Postby Fallible » Jan 30, 2020 4:24 pm

Destroyer wrote:
Fallible wrote:You never know, maybe he fancies a change for 2020...


Unfortunately, there is no possibility for change to this principle. I am not really interested in private discussions, but it happens to be the only means available for me to offer to those who persist with challenge. I have attempted to explain why publicity is not an option at this time - it involves an encroachment into territory where first principles have no justification to be expressed.


I don’t care.
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Re: Competing cosmologies

#97  Postby Destroyer » Jan 30, 2020 4:29 pm

newolder wrote::what: What?


Did you not write " I'm guessing that the " I'll tell you everything only via PM" phase is next, just a few posts ago?

Edit: phrase for phase
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Re: Competing cosmologies

#98  Postby Destroyer » Jan 30, 2020 4:30 pm

Fallible wrote:
Destroyer wrote:
Fallible wrote:You never know, maybe he fancies a change for 2020...


Unfortunately, there is no possibility for change to this principle. I am not really interested in private discussions, but it happens to be the only means available for me to offer to those who persist with challenge. I have attempted to explain why publicity is not an option at this time - it involves an encroachment into territory where first principles have no justification to be expressed.


I don’t care.


Perhaps no comments at all would indicate this better.
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Re: Competing cosmologies

#99  Postby newolder » Jan 30, 2020 4:32 pm

Destroyer wrote:
newolder wrote::what: What?


Did you not write " I'm guessing that the " I'll tell you everything only via PM" phrase is next, just a few posts ago?


Yes, and I've since added:
I would be happier if all of the posts in this topic that did not contain physics were removed to their own topic elsewhere.
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Re: Competing cosmologies

#100  Postby Fallible » Jan 30, 2020 4:33 pm

Destroyer wrote:
Fallible wrote:
Destroyer wrote:
Fallible wrote:You never know, maybe he fancies a change for 2020...


Unfortunately, there is no possibility for change to this principle. I am not really interested in private discussions, but it happens to be the only means available for me to offer to those who persist with challenge. I have attempted to explain why publicity is not an option at this time - it involves an encroachment into territory where first principles have no justification to be expressed.


I don’t care.


Perhaps no comments at all would indicate this better.


And perhaps not.
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