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    Quote Originally Posted by Himlar Aspartan View Post
    Gravity doesn't exist, according to the guy I used to work with. Who, in this day and age, was and still is convinced the earth is flat.
    I tend tp agree with him. Gravity and motion are inexorably linked.
    I used to really like ducks.

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    But the issue is that Gravity isnt a fundamental force, no one has managed to fit it into any model of Symmetry breaking, and its linked with the problem of time, which is more likely to be a local effect and not a dimension. But tryig to linkj it with motion is also wrong. All motion is relative, so whats you reference frame? There is no fixed reference frame to provide a measure against, yet we can quantify it. The point you've missed is mass. Mass and gravity are somehow linked, by the Higgs Boson, but we dont know how.

    Gravity, time and mass. Thats the heart of the problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UKSmartypants View Post
    But the issue is that Gravity isnt a fundamental force, no one has managed to fit it into any model of Symmetry breaking, and its linked with the problem of time, which is more likely to be a local effect and not a dimension. But tryig to linkj it with motion is also wrong. All motion is relative, so whats you reference frame? There is no fixed reference frame to provide a measure against, yet we can quantify it. The point you've missed is mass. Mass and gravity are somehow linked, by the Higgs Boson, but we dont know how.

    Gravity, time and mass. Thats the heart of the problem.
    CPT symmetry is a big clue.

    See, if you studied neural networks for a while you'd know a lot about optimization. Especially non-local optimization.

    Which is really just a slightly advanced version of the calculus of variations - look here - you speak of "unfolding" which is a very specific mathematical operation, it has very strict requirements, it does NOT happen because of a measly quantum fluctuation.

    Consider - when you compactify, you have to compactify "into" something (it's called an embedding). You can't just Willy Nilly add points, or equate points, it isn't allowed. The points you add have to 'come from somewhere", in a manner of speaking - they have to "exist", in another manner of speaking. The only reason you can compactify a dimension is because some other dimension exists.

    The brain creates (non-local) probability "fields" which are exactly like quantum fields. They are described by the same math, they "look the same and do the same things".

    The attractors you find in the cosmos will look a lot like the ones you find in the brain.

    When you determine the shape of an orbital, you're essentially solving an optimization problem. Which you can do abstractly without the need to generate gazillions of random numbers. The Malliavin calculus will give you a simple equation you can program into Matlab and quickly visualize the results.

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    no no no. i refuse to try and explain cosmology in term of 'psychology', its just bollox........

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