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Is this possible?
My model predicts there should be a little Energy missing in pi-minus decay. Is this possible?
How would that not violate conservation of energy?
My model predicts
By there being predicted another particle (massless).
Okay, how much energy should be missing?
I don't know how much energy is in a space point.
The energy (or mass) of a non existent thing is undefined.
Spacetime does exist,
then space points must exist.
Otherwise time coupled with nothing gives you spacetime
Otherwise time coupled with nothing gives you spacetimeGibberish.
Read: "Otherwise time coupled with space gives you spacetime...". Now replace "space" with "nothing" in the previous sentence. Still gibberish?
Space existing doesn't mean that space "points" must exist. If space turns out to be quantized, then that would suggest that there aren't dimensionless points anywhere.
Yes, that is still gibberish.
You just don't want to accept the logical argument and conclusion.
You just don't want to accept the logical argument
Four space point's worth of. I don't know how much energy is in a space point.
So if it was determined that there wasn't missing energy in the Pi-minus decay, would that be a falsification of your model?
Quote from: Kryptid on 11/02/2022 20:18:03So if it was determined that there wasn't missing energy in the Pi-minus decay, would that be a falsification of your model?Yes. It would mean structure is not conserved. It would be a sad state and I won't be able to wrap my head around it.