Universes
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Universes

by bernardtwindwil

Universe

All known existing matter, spacetime, the cosmos, and its components considered as a whole. That was easy, wasn't it?

The catch? ***known***

The problem is there is so much unknown, that we are necessarily limited by our own cognizance.

How can we know the unknown?

We can not. We can postulate through mathematic modeling that which should exist. But we don't know if it does actually exist.

Is there a parallel universe?

In science fiction, yes without a doubt. In general relativity theory, no. In quantum physics, yes.

How can they both be true?

There are mathematic modeling and a special theory of relativity. But there are many too many bumps in the math to make it a straightforward​ model. That is solved by string theory.

String theory?

String theory smooths out the mathematical inconsistencies that currently exist between quantum mechanics and the theory of relativity.

String theory cont.?

It posits that the entire universe can be explained in terms of really, really small strings that vibrate in 10 or 11 dimensions — meaning dimensions we can't see.

So, a multiverse?

So what, who cares?

Every writer should care! Think of the possibilities. Reverse entropy? Thermodynamics upside down? Space time discontinuum?

Endless possibilities.

Anything you can think of, dream of, or imagine won't even be a speck in a stadium of possibilities.

Why did I post this?

Because it is a thrilling and exciting to be alive in this fragrant and fecund world. If I can excite one other person with the endless possibilities of life , I would be thrilled.

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ofthewolves18 | Slytherin | est 10th July 2016
a year agoReply
@bernardtwindwil not really, I'm not really into the practical parts of physics and astronomy, just the endless theoretical possibilities about where we come from, which can be somehow linked to philosophy i guess.

bernardtwindwilGold CommaGranddad & story teller, tomthepo8.com
a year agoReply
@erofaer Physics is boring rote memory. Memorize the laws and formulas, The great thing is that they are immutable. Once you remember them, they are there forever and never change. Art is anywhere an artist looks.

erofaerSilver CommaHow can I be impressive in one sentence?
a year agoReply
@bernardtwindwil I'm taking physics and I'm so confused...but it's amazing how artistic science can be. Leonardo da Vinci was both a scientist and an artist.

bernardtwindwilGold CommaGranddad & story teller, tomthepo8.com
a year agoReply
@erofaer Don't sell yourself short. Physics and math are right brain processes. You are a left hemisphere person, therefore artistic and creative. You have an ability to see things no mathematician ever will. There is room in science for both right and left brain people. Sometimes a person works out of both hemispheres at the same time. This of drawing a pencil picture of a Boson-Higgs particle, often called the "God particle".

erofaerSilver CommaHow can I be impressive in one sentence?
a year agoReply
THIS IS AWESOME! I'm always caught up in my thoughts about these kind of things. I'm not the kind of person who understands science or math, but still it's so intriguing!!!! These ideas are the things that make me want to write and draw...basically, create.

bernardtwindwilGold CommaGranddad & story teller, tomthepo8.com
a year agoReply
@ofthewolves No I am not in Astrophysics as a profession. I just read and think a lot. I have a friend who repurposes and repositions satellites. He received his PhD in Math. Have you thought about a major in Applied Physics? Any major you choose, you can always change.

ofthewolves18 | Slytherin | est 10th July 2016
a year agoReply
I love reading about the concepts like are borderline sci-fi ! Are you an astronomer / physicist ? I'm leaning towards astronomy as a major in university !

bernardtwindwilGold CommaGranddad & story teller, tomthepo8.com
a year agoReply
@michaelschulze Thank you. You know that Australia​ is definitely one of those parallel universes.

a year agoReply
The mind bogels with the endless possibilities of places where life can exist i like this work