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We have particles,waves, fields etc but have now gone years since a new "entity" was established.
My question is where in the universe can we find nothing......it seems a stupid question but nothing can be defined in our terms to be where time does not exist.
Just take empty space and remove all particles and fields Is that where nothing exists?
Just imagine a particle getting smaller and smaller until it has no size and is therefore not a particle.
Do we have an entity where there is zero time to cross no distance and creating a window/wormhole to anywhere in existence in zero time can be achieved ?
All sound daft but its a serious question effecting our future!
UNTIL we realised that the world was a sphere
When we measure energy we're actually measuring radiation which consist of 'bosons'. We do not have a blueprint defining 'energy' on its own. Only the transformations interacting in matter and radiation.
... to the optimist you must start to look for thee inevitable change in our science/technology that will permit us to travelphysically or mentally, anywhere in our universe.So, dear optimist we need a heretic scientist to challenge where we are now...YES
so, start with the heretical idea that an entity exists that is not known to us in todays era.my entity is called "nothing", just a window to anywhere in the universe in zero time.a change in reality where the past and future meet instantaneously and where the now ceases to exist.
ah... another person who accepts quantum theory is the final answer.
so start by the statement that quantum theory is (slightly) wrong then you are on the right route.
Quote from: yor_on on 22/05/2014 10:42:38When we measure energy we're actually measuring radiation which consist of 'bosons'. We do not have a blueprint defining 'energy' on its own. Only the transformations interacting in matter and radiation.Radiative energy is only one kind of energy, there are others that don't involve radiation. It's an indirectly observed quantity, an equivalence relation. Like financial value, it can come in many forms and can be converted from one form to another.