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 Post subject: What are we?
PostPosted: Tue Nov 05, 2019 10:18 pm 

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In the crazy world of Quantum Mechanics how do particles get away with not obeying the laws of physics popping in and out of existence willy nilly. Like Neutrinos Passing through everything without even noticing except the occasional collision giving off energy so that we can notice that they are there. According to some theorists the Universe is made up of vibrating strings so in essence the atoms we are made of containing all these up, down, strange, Quark, muon and Gluon particles to name a few are vibrating, meaning on a subatomic particle level we are just a fuzz like the noise we observe on the analogue T.V. screens.
Cosmologists refer to the Universe as an expanding balloon on which we are on the surface explaining why a lot of Galaxies are red shifted moving at great speed away form our milky way. Why is M31 the Andromeda galaxy blue shifted indicating it will collide with our Galaxy in the distant future. If we lived in the Andromeda Galaxy how would the Milky way appear. I suppose they would argue that is a three dimensional expanding balloon if so what’s left in the middle, certainly not thin air.
Welcome to the world of really weird.
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 Post subject: Re: What are we?
PostPosted: Wed Nov 06, 2019 8:27 am 

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That is why I have absolutely NO interest in cosmology what so ever, and consider myself to be a skywatcher rather than an astronomer. Obviously one needs a bit of astrophysical understand to grasp what I am looking at but I just leave the deep theories to others! Regards maf.

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Nearer to the Matrix that we would like to admit !!!!!

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