Posted: Mar 09, 2020 7:20 pm
by Spearthrower
Nevets wrote:
Spearthrower wrote:
Nevets wrote:
And Quantum mechanics is based upon theory, it has no Scientific explanation for how the laws of nature were drawn up, nor how matter was formed.

Ahh I see.

It's just a theory. Amirite?

Nevets wrote:Are you unaware that this is what Quantum mechanics is?

I know very little about Quantum Mechanics, but still enough to know that the idea that it's 'based upon theory' contains nonsense, therefore meaning that this is not what Quantum Mechanics is despite the confidence with which you've phrased your declaration.

What? Are you a conspiracy theorist? You are saying it is not a theory? Science knows for a "fact" how matter came in to being? Then produce a link for this claim

And you're doing it yet again, trying to form someone else's position for them. Please stop - I really don't need your help.

Your confusion is terrifying to behold.

You're misusing the term 'theory'. It doesn't mean what you think it means. In science, theories are well established and evidenced models of the interactions of a particular system. It's not just some conjecture. In fact, a theory in science is the highest form of explanation supported by all the evidence, and not contradicted by anything. This is an extremely elementary mistake on your part. Go and furnish yourself with the requisite understanding. ... ceworks_19

Nevets wrote:QM is based upon the theory of relativity

Classical physics, the description of physics that existed before the formulation of the theory of relativity

Again, you cite an entry level description from Wikipedia, and again the content of the banal link doesn't even corroborate your claim.

QM is not based on the theory of relativity, rather the theory of relativity opened a new paradigm of explaining aspects of the universe in a manner different to classical physics.

Nevets wrote:It is, "a theory".

Yes, it is a theory - that is a set of propositions established through meticulous observation, hypothesis-formation, and experimentation. Ergo, it's not based upon theory - it IS theory in the scientific sense.

Nevets wrote:
The theory of relativity usually encompasses two interrelated theories by Albert Einstein: special relativity and general relativity

Another non-sequitur.