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Windows 7: CERN Higgs boson God particle findings coming soon

04 Jul 2012   #11

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Space goes on "forever" because galaxies are accelerating away from one another as observed by Hubble.

This explains that galaxies are moving away from each other.

Not how space continues forever



Say you travel into outer space for thousands and thousands of light years and end up running into a wall, what's behind the wall?
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04 Jul 2012   #12

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All space and time originates from a singularity, according to the Big Bang model of the Universe. So if galaxies are accelerating away from one another, then so is the space between them.

Ermmm.....I hate to be the bringer of bad news, but there aren't any walls in space, or even outer space, for that matter. The closest thing to a 'wall' is the termination shock, the boundary where the solar wind meets interstellar space. However, this shouldn't cause you any headaches as both Voyager probes succesfully passed through the termination shock with no ill effects.
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04 Jul 2012   #13

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I can understand your theory.

We both can't understand mine.

Naturally our human minds want to belive what we understand.

However it does not mean what we understand is correct.



This is my last post thank you for sharing your oppinion
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04 Jul 2012   #14

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Say you travel into outer space for thousands and thousands of light years and end up running into a wall, what's behind the wall?
McDonalds

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04 Jul 2012   #15

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Golden, nice poem/limerick.

You brought up something I've been meaning to ask about for some time;

What rule or equasion says that the mass of an object gets bigger as it approaches the speed of light?
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04 Jul 2012   #16

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by netadict View Post
What rule or equasion says that the mass of an object gets bigger as it approaches the speed of light?
E = mc2
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04 Jul 2012   #17

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by netadict View Post
So they spend millions on CERN, wouldn't it have been better to spend this money on Cancer, Parkinson's or Alzheimer research?
Whilst I agree with this, also being in physics myself I feel that this is going to be a great breakthrough.

I both agree and disagree with you on this


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04 Jul 2012   #18

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by techpro View Post
I bet the men behind this think thier so clever yet they still can't explain how space goes on forever, and for that matter they still can't explain why I can't walk through brick walls.

However theyre "scientific" knoledge is far beyond mine which I guess I should give them credit for, what makes me angry however is scientists say things like the big bang and evolution yet we still don't even understand what dirt is made of, I know that sounds over the top but it's true. hmm

Good on them for trying anyway but shouldn't this money be going to greece and america or more importantly starving african children!

End of rant.
The Higgs particle will answer many questions and will slot into many equations where the only missing part is the Higgs Boson particle. You may have some answers after all

I hope you don't think that all scientists think they're cleverer than everyone else, because not all of us do


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04 Jul 2012   #19

 

@boohbah:

lol where'd you get that pic? From the language on the banner, I'm from one of the two possible countries that use it. Well, 3, but I think those guys use English more. Also, mountains in the background rule them out.

Back on topic, nice article, definitely looking forward to the anticipated positive follow up. Also, to those whining about money, governments spend far more on useless and harmful toys of war.
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04 Jul 2012   #20

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by netadict View Post
So they spend millions on CERN, wouldn't it have been better to spend this money on Cancer, Parkinson's or Alzheimer research?
At least it's productive and money spent on learning is never a waste. I'd rather them spend money on something like this than funding pointless wars etc

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by techpro View Post
and for that matter they still can't explain why I can't walk through brick walls.
I'm sure that's been covered somewhere.

The rest of us just use common sense. I'm solid - it's more solid - ergo I can't walk through it
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