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    Seriously? What would make the question...

    Seriously? What would make the question coherent? The point is not a thing in itself yet forms the dimensions for all spatial structures. Considering the modern view of matter is "volumeless...
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    Relativity and Geometry Questions?

    In regards to Einstein's relativity, it's basis in three dimensional space argues for an intersection of these three one dimensional lines as steming from a point. Considering the point is...
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    Yeah, I am beginning to figure out your language....

    Yeah, I am beginning to figure out your language. Okay, to start out "new".

    Your logic is correct in that degree. In a seperate degree, classical mechanics claimed matter had definition...
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    What is Matter?

    What is matter defined as within the current physics community?

    According to Wikipedia:

    "In the classical physics observed in everyday life, matter is any substance that has mass and takes up...
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    Skip the insults already...you keep pointing out...

    Skip the insults already...you keep pointing out your intelligence through your insults. I get it your smart...good for you. You know it all...except the one question that makes physics...physics: ...
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    TK I keep asking: What is matter? I am not...

    TK

    I keep asking: What is matter?

    I am not spouting off a "theory". Physicists study matter, okay, what is it?

    You claim to have the answers, but you haven't answer this simple...
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    Strange: Is your problem(*) that you are...

    Strange:

    Is your problem(*) that you are misinterpreting "flat" to mean "1 dimensional"? If so, this is wrong on so many levels:

    1. Informally something flat, such as a piece of paper is 2...
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    Tk: Memorized the wrong figure. I didn't make...

    Tk:

    Memorized the wrong figure. I didn't make it up, as a matter of fact I was surprised when I read it.

    But considering that modern science has not defined matter, and that is what is talks...
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    In regards to strange: 1) Speedfreak: ...

    In regards to strange:
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    Speedfreak: "At the scales involved inside an atom, space is flat. Space is always flat, "locally". It is only at larger distances that space can be said to be...
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    For the record it was not poll, simply a list...

    For the record it was not poll, simply a list meant to show that their are two schools of thought in the scientific community. All of you accuse me of "redefinition" yet the majority of time you...
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    1) "At the scales involved inside an atom, space...

    1) "At the scales involved inside an atom, space is flat. Space is always flat, "locally". It is only at larger distances that space can be said to be curved. That is why the speed of light is...
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    Speedfreak: 1) Matter is not equivalent to...

    Speedfreak:


    1) Matter is not equivalent to space considering space, is one dimensional when space is viewed as "localized". This locality is the immediate surrounding of the particle. We...
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    1) I'll skip to the point. a) Matter is...

    1) I'll skip to the point.

    a) Matter is not space according to modern physics. We can agree to that right? I am not misinterpreting or redefining anything right? As it is not space, it is...
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    No I can look them up. Considering you disagreed...

    No I can look them up. Considering you disagreed with every source I presented I will use only these from now on. Now we have somewhat of a common language and the issue of "sourcing" should not be...
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    I post sources/quotes etc. If you don't like...

    I post sources/quotes etc. If you don't like them, then fine. What "standards" are you talking about then other than your own?

    1) Are you arguing that wavelengths never curve and go on in a...
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    I am here to discuss these things because I have...

    I am here to discuss these things because I have questions about them. I do not expect any of you to agree with me all the time, which is why I am here: for the seperate perspective. I want the...
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    1) If matter is the building block of...

    1) If matter is the building block of consciousness and consciousness manifests matter (recycling, synthesizing, etc.), consciousness is an inherent part of the production of matter through...
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    My laptop freezes with the quote button, I don't...

    My laptop freezes with the quote button, I don't like it either. I have to empty some files. To get on point:


    Infinity is not defined when any arithmatic function applied to it is a equivalent...
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    I don't know where you get the idea that "all...

    I don't know where you get the idea that "all sets are 1". That sounds pretty meaningless. (Surprise!)

    It is possible to define numbers and their properties based purely on the axioms of set...
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    *******This is a discussion about an article. ...

    *******This is a discussion about an article. How am I breaking rules? You claim the man is insane, the author, yet he is established in the scientific community. I agree with the question he is...
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    It's a legitimate question. I am not here to...

    It's a legitimate question. I am not here to cause problems. It is strict mathematics. Physics cannot exist without math because it would be unable to define and of its properties. The ability...
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    In a simple sentence, if we are composed of...

    In a simple sentence, if we are composed of matter stemming from the cosmos, and this matter forms both us and the thoughts we contain, then to a degree the cosmos may have a very low degree of...
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    It is actually a genuine mathematical question I have had for awhile. If I am wrong, good, but I want to understand why. If there is a math forum you can present me where this can be discussed fair...
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    I heard an argument one time, and I will have to...

    I heard an argument one time, and I will have to look this up, that one of the problems Einstein had with relativity was the metaphysics he used in observing it. He split time and space as separate...
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    Is "1" proportional to Infinity?

    Presented Argument:

    1) "1" exists as "unity" and "wholeness".

    2) As unity and wholeness "1" must maintain a self-reflective symmetry in order to exist. We observe this in common life where...
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