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Thread: More and more people worldwide are reporting 'glitches' - events they've witnessed that violate the laws of physics such as people vanishing into thin air right in front of them, or walking through solid walls. What are your thoughts on this?

  1. #1 More and more people worldwide are reporting 'glitches' - events they've witnessed that violate the laws of physics such as people vanishing into thin air right in front of them, or walking through solid walls. What are your thoughts on this? 
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    For example, glitches in the most fundamental laws of physics that manifested at the macro scale; eg. people (sometimes multiple people at once) seeing a person, animal, car or building blink out of existence in -plain sight-, people who walked through solid objects such as walls or buildings, people suddenly teleporting in plain sight (objects as well), a tree turning into a car while the person was looking at it, time looping so a person experienced the same day three times in a row, being able to breathe underwater as if the water were air, time stopping for 10 minutes straight in a busy shopping store (with two people who were not frozen in time who experienced this same thing), hitting invisible walls, etc.

    I'm wondering why this hasn't caught the attention of international news or why physicists seem to be keeping quiet about it. I'm really quite confused about this stuff and it's messing with my head and I couldn't find any other discussion threads like this so I made one here.

    Just go over to the glitch in the matrix sub. /r/glitch_in_the_matrix An entire group of people vanished in front of people and it is one of the top posts there currently. If any of these are true it means that the laws of physics are not stable and can vanish completely for a few moments (for example a person or object vanishing out of existence, without any light, heat or explosion would violate the law of the conservation of energy) which would be very significant to the world and universe that we live in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrUrchin View Post
    For example, glitches in the most fundamental laws of physics that manifested at the macro scale; eg. people (sometimes multiple people at once) seeing a person, animal, car or building blink out of existence in -plain sight-, people who walked through solid objects such as walls or buildings, people suddenly teleporting in plain sight (objects as well), a tree turning into a car while the person was looking at it, time looping so a person experienced the same day three times in a row, being able to breathe underwater as if the water were air, time stopping for 10 minutes straight in a busy shopping store (with two people who were not frozen in time who experienced this same thing), hitting invisible walls, etc.

    I'm wondering why this hasn't caught the attention of international news or why physicists seem to be keeping quiet about it. I'm really quite confused about this stuff and it's messing with my head and I couldn't find any other discussion threads like this so I made one here.

    Just go over to the glitch in the matrix sub. /r/glitch_in_the_matrix An entire group of people vanished in front of people and it is one of the top posts there currently. If any of these are true it means that the laws of physics are not stable and can vanish completely for a few moments (for example a person or object vanishing out of existence, without any light, heat or explosion would violate the law of the conservation of energy) which would be very significant to the world and universe that we live in.
    No one got ever teleported, except maybe particles in the course of experiments.
    Teleportation of humans (as you mentioned above) is likely not possible.
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    Don't believe everything you read only (or in the Daily Mail). A lot of people are happy to make stuff up or are just delusional.

    Apply some critical thinking.
    You can do everything right, strictly according to procedure, on the ocean and it'll still kill you, but if you're a good navigator at least you'll know where you were when you died.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Strange View Post
    Don't believe everything you read only (or in the Daily Mail). A lot of people are happy to make stuff up or are just delusional.

    Apply some critical thinking.
    Yeah I know, it's just that there is an entire site dedicated to these reports and I've seen articles about these glitch in the matrix experiences on other websites. Neil Tyson and Elon Musk say its 'almost certain' we live in a computer game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrUrchin View Post
    Yeah I know, it's just that there is an entire site dedicated to these reports and I've seen articles about these glitch in the matrix experiences on other websites. Neil Tyson and Elon Musk say its 'almost certain' we live in a computer game.
    There are lots of sites on the internet, many of which contradict each other, so obviously the mere existence of a site doesn't automatically confer legitimacy on the idea being promoted. That's part of critical thinking. You seem predisposed toward wanting to believe, rather than waiting for evidence to accumulate.

    Just because NdGT and Musk think we might live in a computer game also doesn't mean very much. And even if they believe as you claim, that has no bearing on the veracity of the alleged glitches. Maybe NdGT believes in a computer game that has no software bugs. So again, don't start from such a credulous stance. Think critically.

    Think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrUrchin View Post
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    Hi. Maybe it helps an awareness.

    1. What we learn in the classroom, what the public documents show, what the news and news sites announce, is not all that is done in science, theoretically or experimentally. There is a lot of science reserved in areas that are not public domain, because many governments, corporations, etc. , they need to keep many things in reserve, so that their competitors or enemies do not achieve what they achieve.

    2. When we try to elucidate a surprising or doubtful subject, we do it with the knowledge allowed for the common public. This public includes the students of scientific careers and doctorates who remain in teaching, in the industry destined to sell general purpose products, etc. The title of science doctor does not give automatic access to reserved matters.

    3. Sometimes our knowledge is enough to elucidate an issue after thinking a lot, because the matter does not exceed what we know. When it is over, we can devote our entire lives without advancing in understanding.

    4. Within what they teach us has an accurate answer, for example, the following question. Do the physical laws that teach us forbid to come walking, to cross a wall without the least damage and to continue walking to the other side? They do not forbid it. Simply the quantum theory informs that the probability of that event is tremendously small, if everything happens within the conditions that we know how to handle. Then other conditions can establish a different probability! This can not be reliably affirmed or denied by us, because we have no way of planning or trying in practice. Can it be planned and tried by someone who has a lot of capital, a lot of technological deployment and a large group of experts? Yes. Will he be able to do it in practice? We have no idea. We can not estimate how much success or how much failure there will be in the attempt. We are ordinary people. We do not have access to sufficient knowledge.

    5. Do physical laws prohibit instant teleportation? No. Do they prohibit controlling the gravity? No. Do they prohibit travel at tachonic speeds (higher than C)? No. Do they prohibit the design of vehicles with all the features popularly attributed to flying saucers? No. And the list can continue. None of that is forbidden by physical laws. But we completely ignore the answer to two essential questions. Has anyone tried it? Were there successful attempts? So far we can objectively dialogue.

    6. If we abandon objectivity, we enter into speculation and / or intuition. In these terms, achieving a good flying saucer seems a less difficult task than traveling at tachyon speeds. But it only seems so. We do not know theoretical developments nor do we have experimental resources that determine which challenge is more difficult. Be that as it may, the easiest and most difficult thing exceeds our available information.
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