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Windows 7: Einstein was right .

08 Jun 2012   #1
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Einstein was right .

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Carlo Rubbia, a Nobel winner and spokesperson for the ICARUS project announced the neutrinos had kept within the universal speed limit.
A few months ago they claimed that neutrinos are faster than light, which faced the base of classical mechanics a new challenge. In a very short period, they understood that they were wrong.
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09 Jun 2012   #2

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Another reason why he's Einstein Just goes to show how smart he was.
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09 Jun 2012   #3

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And his computer was in his head. An alien for sure

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09 Jun 2012   #4

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by A Guy View Post
An alien for sure

A Guy
I feel like this guy belongs here.

He's known as the "Ancient Aliens Guy," Google him, pretty interesting.

Also, this makes me wonder whether "White Holes" exist.


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09 Jun 2012   #5
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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Skulblaka View Post

Also, this makes me wonder whether "White Holes" exist.
Hypothetically they exist , which hypothesis is the part of the general theory of relativity . If the General theory is to me completely true, white holes should be there.

But, are not the the concept of wormholes more interesting ? Time travel ?
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09 Jun 2012   #6

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Uh-oh Arch

Einstein is right.... for now. That's the beauty of Science, it isn't absolute - facts don't exist, only proven hypotheses.

Einstein was smart enough to confound contemporary scientists. He had trouble accepting his take on Quantum theory because there were too many imaginaries. He had to fill in the puzzle in too many places to make the theory hold up - making him discount the entire theory. Recently, within the last decade, scientists said Einstein was RIGHT! - they proved part of his theory.

While most science stands on the shoulders of giants - it is always the individual that changes the world.

We'll see what the next "Einstein" publishes - I understand they have been training babies to pick up where Einstein left off.
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09 Jun 2012   #7

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Arc View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Skulblaka View Post

Also, this makes me wonder whether "White Holes" exist.
Hypothetically they exist , which hypothesis is the part of the general theory of relativity . If the General theory is to me completely true, white holes should be there.

But, are not the the concept of wormholes more interesting ? Time travel ?
Time travel is possible, very possible, one only needs to go "fast" enough. Closer to speed of light, the slower time progresses in relation to that person. I'm sure you're familiar with this.

As far as we know it, time moves forwards, not backwards. Traveling back in time is not possible, based on current understanding of Physics.
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09 Jun 2012   #8
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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Slartybart View Post
He had trouble accepting his take on Quantum theory because there were too many imaginaries. He had to fill in the puzzle in too many places to make the theory hold up - making him discount the entire theory.
"I am convinced that He (God) does not play dice."
Most probably that iswhy he failed in his dream project, unified theory. Other than accepting quantum mechanics, the world of atoms and even smallers cannot be explained.

Cannot we expect that one day there will be one unique theory to describe everything ? There will be only one type of force ?
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Skulblaka View Post

Time travel is possible, very possible, one only needs to go "fast" enough. Closer to speed of light, the slower time progresses in relation to that person. I'm sure you're familiar with this.

As far as we know it, time moves forwards, not backwards. Traveling back in time is not possible, based on current understanding of Physics.
Traveling forward is also have some benefits. We may know our future, and getting back, we may correct out coming steps
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09 Jun 2012   #9

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I'm sure Quantum Mechanics will be explained given time , we cannot start to assume that we already know everything there is to known and give up on things smaller than atoms.

People think that the forces of nature can be explained over night, that is false. Discoveries in science require time and patience, could take decades, but eventually unexplained will be explained.

Wasn't Einstein working on the Unified Theory and he just ran out of time before he could finish?
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