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Old 20th Oct 2016, 11:06
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Originally Posted by GearDown&Locked View Post
So, so you think you can tell Heaven from Hell, blue skies from pain...


(how's that for plagiarism)
Can you tell a green field from a cold steel rail? That's the question

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Old 20th Oct 2016, 11:12
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So you see, the Universe is just this one particle, travelling so widely and rapidly that it appears next to itself, over and over again.
So this one particle has both a charge and a magnetic moment (well it would, and the latter is the relativistic consequence of the former) which produce electric and magnetic fields. The interaction of the electric and magnetic fields are the things which cause matter - they cause atomic structures and energy exchanges.

But if there's only the one particle its fields must be interacting with ITSELF; it must be influenced by its own field when it was in a different position. So what is your explanation for the persistence of the fields - what is the mechanism?

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Old 20th Oct 2016, 11:13
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Didn't Hempy point out that a massless particle requires no energy to accellerate it?
Sorry to double post but I just realised I did not reply to the above.
E=MC2 does not explain the whole thing. See here
energy - Does $E = mc^2$ apply to photons? - Physics Stack Exchange
E/M = C2 (E divided by M = C squared) if you rearrange the equation, dividing by the mass on both sides
So if mass is zero you are dividing by zero.
So now we are rewriting Number Theory as well as General Relativity. :-)
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Old 20th Oct 2016, 12:32
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But if there's only the one particle its fields must be interacting with ITSELF; it must be influenced by its own field when it was in a different position. So what is your explanation for the persistence of the fields - what is the mechanism?
Even if you could produce a reasonable explanation about this mechanism, it still wouldn’t answer the question about why we observe innumerous interlocked systems, from DNA to Constellations, instead of just random noise.

So this particle doesn’t go anywhere it fancies, it’s not free, it has some sort of constraints and limitations -- in itself at least.
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Old 20th Oct 2016, 13:10
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Originally Posted by GearDown&Locked View Post
So this particle doesn’t go anywhere it fancies, it’s not free, it has some sort of constraints and limitations
That's true at the moment, but after Brexit it will be free to make its OWN rules. Michael Gove assured me of that, so it must be true...

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Old 20th Oct 2016, 13:35
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GD&L:
An intelligent particle (of the Creator)?
Precisely. A euphemism for how all is created. Not was created, but is. The Mind which permeates all; which maintains all in existence. The Mind which is all.

I think.

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So this one particle has both a charge and a magnetic moment (well it would, and the latter is the relativistic consequence of the former) which produce electric and magnetic fields. The interaction of the electric and magnetic fields are the things which cause matter - they cause atomic structures and energy exchanges.

But if there's only the one particle its fields must be interacting with ITSELF; it must be influenced by its own field when it was in a different position. So what is your explanation for the persistence of the fields - what is the mechanism?
Er...I dunno. Except to offer that this is a model for how Creation is. Whilst Einstein and all other illustrious figures are clearly within said Creation, I would not necessarily state that they have offered perfect or all-encompassing formulae. Yet.
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Old 20th Oct 2016, 14:31
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Oh, FFS!!!

Have you lot not heard of the Hyper Improbability Drive?

And, (more literature), a word means exactly what I want it to mean, no more and no less.
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Old 20th Oct 2016, 15:21
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Oh, FFS!!!

Have you lot not heard of the Hyper Improbability Drive?
There's nothing wrong with a little bit -- read particle -- of self-indulgence.
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Old 20th Oct 2016, 22:58
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This is all very well, but will the 'plane take off or not?
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Old 21st Oct 2016, 00:11
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But if the particle is everything then it isn't actually going anywhere, because the only reference to 'place' it has is itself.
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Old 21st Oct 2016, 01:34
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This is all very well, but will the 'plane take off or not?
Is this particle on a conveyor belt?
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Old 21st Oct 2016, 10:26
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But if a plane moves out of the plane is it still a plane?
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Old 21st Oct 2016, 21:29
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It ought to be plain to see!
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Old 21st Oct 2016, 23:38
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