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Quantum mechanics and classical physics are contradictory according to science.
Could this be one of the rare mysteries where philosophy could provide the answer? ...
My theory is the space is negative charged elastic fluid. All things are within it.
If space is as you say; a "negative charged elastic fluid", how does one logically understand empty space as having a spin?
jccc, it's not your ideas getting you banned from forums. It's your comments.
Quote from: chiralSPO on 06/03/2015 21:49:40jccc, it's not your ideas getting you banned from forums. It's your comments.comments like crashing bird and passenger? try walking naked?see a monkey in the mirror?have a little class.
Quote from: silvaservice on 31/01/2015 23:34:50Quantum mechanics and classical physics are contradictory according to science.I think progress in physics will require a challenging of the assumptions that have got us to where we are today.For starters, today we assume there is no ether. Merely because we haven't found one.Yet, from the beginning, scientists like Newton, JCMaxwell & Einstein (*after* he came out with SR & GR) have seen the need for an ether.As a way to ultimately resolve this, we could try simulations that assume an ether. If they yield better results, including a removal of nasty bits like DM/DE, then we should proceed from there.