I thought it was a pit of mind control. But suddenly its beautiful.
Homeschooled? Or was he too much for the parents and had to be sent to college at 12?
Math, music, and physics: another Feynman.
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In short, "no." Huge government boondoggle would be an apt description.
The best thing this huge misallocation of resources has produced is this kid's music.
But it's pretty clear by now that in order to understand matter, a fundamentally new idea is required.
In view of the consequences of the atomic age which resulted from the limited understanding attained before, it would be well to heed Wendell Berry's suggestion:
"We should stay out of the nucleus, both in the cell and in the atom."
Alot of science seems like its purpose is to organize information into structures that can be computed, at the expense of no longer being comprehensible. I want to indict the school of thought that grew from the beautiful abstract algebras: The belief that axioms and definitions can be arbitrary and all that matters is that they give rise to thinking systems with structure. Is that really what Newton did? or is modern science just lazy in the way it creates new dimensions and mathematical metaphors? I can barely follow the math so I cant even guess about these deeper questions. To me it looks like science has become engineering.
Out of all the science seeking to describe fundamental reality I have ever seen Nassim Haramein has by far the most elegant description I have ever seen and suggests completely new possibilities. I believe Nassim's work will go much much further than it is now and eventually realize super advanced technologies born of this understanding. Nassim's work is so compelling that I have now abandoned the standard model completely and string theory as essentially using a chainsaw for the work of a butter knife. If you don't know of Nassim's work welcome and enjoy.
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What I want to know is why it's called string theory when to the best of my knowledge they've never produced any significant testable data to support it as of yet. Whenever people deride evolution as "just a theory", they are generally schooled in the difference between a theory and a hypothesis (with theory being something with a lot of data to back it up), but I see no justification for giving 'string theory' such a lofty title.
I guess it's ok to consider the possibility of something with little evidence to support it's existence, as long as it's not 'God', then it's just crazy.
"Sometimes it is said that man cannot be trusted with the government of himself. Can he, then, be trusted with the government of others? Or have we found angels in the forms of kings to govern him?" -Thomas Jefferson
Yes, please do tell us why you think its wrong. String theory and those like it are a natural progression of physics as a science. Going back to Einstein and those scientists, alot of the basic theoretical work they did took 50-100 years before being applied on a widespread scale. Things like the laser scanners at the store wouldnt have been possible without it. Satellites wouldnt be as easily utilized without it either because of time dilation.
I think it will take a couple decades before we begin to see applications from this stuff and simply calling it a government boondoggle is terribly short sighted.
To climb the mountain, you must believe you can.
explain why you believe string theory is wrong? just curious
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.....but, thats .....nonsense
An ultra-violet catastrophe.
But then, Heisenberg might have slipt here.
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"Carry on, Fermion!"
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Loved it, Thanks.
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