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Now.. you could create a telescope with a super fast vibration, and maybe actually see the tunnel effect in real life.
Past and Future Doesn't Exist... Time is a constant of the present.I've found a video, that tells me why science uses the words Past and Future...
Quote from: Pincho on 31/03/2013 21:25:14Past and Future Doesn't Exist... Time is a constant of the present.I've found a video, that tells me why science uses the words Past and Future...For once, I find myself agreeing with you Pincho. I also don't see the need for these concepts.The Present is all that makes any sense to my way of thinking. Nevertheless, I don't quite understandwhat you mean by these holes you speak of. A hole in the fabric of space sounds a lot like string theoryto me. With the added dimensions this theory brings to the table, one might be able to add the concept of holes. But that would need a completely new understanding of space. What is the physical nature of these holes?Can you describe them mathematically?If holes exist in space/time, how do we prove they existence?Without empirical evidence, this only becomes philosophy and not science.
According to Vogelsberger and Hernquist, the new simulations can be used to reinterpret observational data, looking at both the high-density molecular clouds as well as gravitationally induced "holes" in space as the mechanisms that drive the formation of the characteristic arms of spiral galaxies.
Where the lines bump create weaknesses. More scaling, more holes. These new holes have new particles moving into them. This is sort of like the octopus tentacles with the suckers. The diagonal lines spin more in space so create whole sphere for suckers. The sphere filling with particles are suns. They are suns where the scalar bumping is creating light, and energy. Filling holes, scaling, bumping, and flashing.
The electrons of an atom are bound to the nucleus by the electromagnetic force.