Why Does The Universe Exist?

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  1. Asbo Zaprudder

    Asbo Zaprudder Vice Admiral Admiral

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    That's eternal return, which was a favourite theme of Nietzsche's, of course.

    Eternal Return

    However, by the Bekenstein bond, the number of quantum states available to the observable universe is finite, although huge. Most physicists believe that all of these states are actually realised - in which case, what we perceive as free will or choice is just an artifact of one splinter of consciousness ending up in one particular possible branch of a multiversal reality.

    Bekenstein bound

    Personally, I believe that infinity (with whatever Aleph number one prefers) is a purely human construct and doesn't occur in reality. Kind of hard to either prove or falsify, of course...

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  2. Dryson

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    Nothing can destroy the dream that you have, not even a black hole because the dream is both mass and massless at exactly the same time.


    The nature of DNA is millions of strands of code. Life might not repeat itself, such as your own personality right away, but over millions of years those patterns could emerge as the singular you again in the form of thought, but not physiologically speaking.


    The Shape of the Universe
    Did you know that when you dream that dream is based on the same DNA make up of the human body?
    The light is taken in like a black hole through the eye and then DNA reconfigures the light into the dream.
    Every time that you dream your mind has to know the chemical properties of every single atom that is part of the dream in order to recreate the dream. The dream is not merely an association of visual cues such as seeing a rock or a tree because all of those cues are merely light based emanations. The brain has to know how to reconfigure the light into objects based on stored patterns of exacting knowledge, otherwise the dream would simply be a blank pixel. The more pixels of light data that the brain and DNA can reconstruct is how the brain builds the drea.
    The mind creates the dream based off of the primordial connection between life and everything that existed a nanosecond before the Big Bang.
    The dream exists based on mass....but it is massless, therefore a dream can pass in and out of a black hole. The questions is though, which Primordial Particle carries the frequencies that allow it too reconstruct the dream on the other side of the black hole?
    Dreams are based on energy and particle associations. Energy and particles existed before the Big Bang therefore so to would have the dream.
    When the dream does reconfigure on the other side of the black hole life then takes shape as another Big Bang occurs in another Universe.
    So the dreams that we see of people who we have no idea who in the hell that they are would in fact be the fragments of dreams stored in the particles for hundreds of millions of years that have been carried to us by the light of the sun to say that we are not alone in the Universe.
     
  3. Asbo Zaprudder

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    ^ Perfect!
     
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    ^ A gripping read, and certainly more plausible than some creation accounts.
     
  7. rahullak

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    Thank you for the link. This is simultaneously interesting and motivating. It might not matter whether it is true or not. The actions we'd need to take won't be affected by its truth. The confidence helps.
     
  8. Dryson

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    If you take action against the truth what have you accomplished? Have you crushed the hut of the truth or have you simply allowed it to spread over a greater distance?

    If you take action against the untruth what have you accomplished? Have you crushed the hut of the untruth or have you simply allowed it to spread over a greater distance?

    Where does your confidence reside though is the question? The truth or the untruth? How can one be confident in an untruth that want to be the truth?
     
  9. rahullak

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    Haven't you ever been inspired by poetry, fiction or art? Haven't you ever been inspired by true stories?
     
  10. Dryson

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    Yes and no. Not all true stories are an inspiration.
     
  11. rahullak

    rahullak Commodore Commodore

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    So there you are. You get motivation from whatever inspired you.
     
  12. Dryson

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    Another interesting aspect of the dream is similar to a reflection in a pool of water. The object has mass but it's reflection is mass less yet the reflection still exists. Physics has stated that an object must have mass in order to exist, yet the dream like the object in a reflection do not have mass yet both exist.

    Since person is reflected in the water and is also seen in a dream the person just like the person's reflection in the water is comprised of living cells and DNA. But in both states, the dream and the reflection, the person is alive. Therefore in both the dream state and reflection if the energy could be collected and since it would not have any mass yet still exists with all of the functioning cells and DNA contained within the reflection or the dream, then energy of either state could pass into a wormhole without being affected.

    But how to go about recreating a mass less dream or reflection that could be controlled inside of a black hole is one of their science experiments to top all other for all ages.
     
  13. Asbo Zaprudder

    Asbo Zaprudder Vice Admiral Admiral

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    Why are you channelling Rudy Giuliani?
     
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    Mass and weight are two entirely different aspects.

    There is a basic **difference** , because **mass** is the actual amount of material contained in a body and is measured in kg, gm, etc. Whereas **weight** is the force exerted by the gravity on that object mg. Note that **mass** is independent of everything but **weight** is different on the earth, moon, etc

    A dream has neither weight nor mass, mass in the sense of the an object in a dream having weight in a gravitational environment, but is comprised of objects that are seen visually that have weight and mass. According to physics nothing can exist without mass which then converts into weight in a gravitational environment.

    But there the dream is, existing with mass but no no mass at all, nor does the dream not have any mass or weight itself.

    Therefore a dream can exist in a state of mass and weight not being present. A dream can also exist prior to the Big Bang that formed the Big Bang based on what life needed to exist outside of the dream in a state where mass and weight are necessary for the mass less and weight to exist.

    A dream - Has mass, but mass that does not have any weight too it even though the person dreaming has mass and weight where both are in a gravitational environment. Therefore a dream is both mass and massless at exactly the same time.

    Mass that is based on the eyes taking in light that is reflected from an object with mass to re create the object with mass in the dream that is mass less because it does not have any weight in a gravitational environment.
     
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  16. Asbo Zaprudder

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    Well, you are correct that mass and weight are not the same thing. The appropriate SI units for mass and force (mass times acceleration) are kilograms and newtons respectively.

    As for a dream, things can only get better?
     
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    Okay, I’ll be the one to do it.



    Fun fact: Physicist Brian Cox used to be a keyboardist with D:ream, but didn’t play on the above song.