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8 shocking things we learned from Stephen Hawking's book
From the idea that our universe is one among many, to the revelation that mathematician Pythagoras didn't actually invent the Pythagorean theorem, here are eight shocking things we learned from reading physicist Stephen Hawking's new book, "The Grand Design," written with fellow physicist Leonard Mlodinow of Caltech.

The book, covering major questions about the nature and origin of the universe, was released Sept. 7 by its publisher, Bantam.

1. The past is possibility
According to Hawking and Mlodinow, one consequence of the theory of quantum mechanics is that events in the past that were not directly observed did not happen in a definite way. Instead they happened in all possible ways. This is related to the probabilistic nature of matter and energy revealed by quantum mechanics: Unless forced to choose a particular state by direct interference from an outside observation, things will hover in a state of uncertainty.

For example, if all we know is that a particle traveled from point A to point B, then it is not true that the particle took a definite path and we just don't know what it is. Rather, that particle simultaneously took every possible path connecting the two points.

Yeah, we're still trying to wrap our brains around this.

The authors sum up: "No matter how thorough our observation of the present, the (unobserved) past, like the future, is indefinite and exists only as a spectrum of possibilities."

2. The power of light
This fun fact: A 1-watt night-light emits a billion billion photons each second.
Photons are the little packets that light comes in. Confusingly, they, like all particles, behave as both a particle and a wave.

3. Theory of everything
If there is any "theory of everything" that can describe the whole universe, it is M theory, according to Hawking and Mlodinow. This model is a version of string theory, which posits that at the tiniest levels all particles are fundamentally little loops of string that vibrate at different frequencies. And, if true, all matter and energy would follow rules derived from the nature of these strings.

"M theory is the only model that has all the properties we think the final theory ought to have," the authors write.

One consequence of this theory is that our universe is not the only one – untold numbers of cousin universes exist with different physical laws and properties.

4. General relativity
If most people think of general relativity at all, they assume this high-minded idea of Einstein's applies only to super-large objects completely outside the realm of normal life, such as galaxies and black holes.

But actually, the warping of space-time does affect things we know and use, the authors point out.

"If general relativity were not taken into account in GPS satellite navigation systems, errors in global positions would accumulate at a rate of about ten kilometers each day," the book states. That's because general relativity describes how time flows slower the closer an object is to a large mass. Thus, depending on satellites' distances from Earth, their onboard clocks will run at slightly different speeds, which could offset position calculations unless this effect is taken into account."
...SEE SOURCE- [link to alien-ufo-community.ning.com]

I must admit i always worry about this guy, like if he talks through a computer program is he really that clever or just programmed to be, silly question but weird when you think about it, 1dunno1
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Re: 8 shocking things we learned from Stephen Hawking's book
From the idea that our universe is one among many, to the revelation that mathematician Pythagoras didn't actually invent the Pythagorean theorem, here are eight shocking things we learned from reading physicist Stephen Hawking's new book, "The Grand Design," written with fellow physicist Leonard Mlodinow of Caltech.

The book, covering major questions about the nature and origin of the universe, was released Sept. 7 by its publisher, Bantam.

1. The past is possibility
According to Hawking and Mlodinow, one consequence of the theory of quantum mechanics is that events in the past that were not directly observed did not happen in a definite way. Instead they happened in all possible ways. This is related to the probabilistic nature of matter and energy revealed by quantum mechanics: Unless forced to choose a particular state by direct interference from an outside observation, things will hover in a state of uncertainty.

For example, if all we know is that a particle traveled from point A to point B, then it is not true that the particle took a definite path and we just don't know what it is. Rather, that particle simultaneously took every possible path connecting the two points.

Yeah, we're still trying to wrap our brains around this.

The authors sum up: "No matter how thorough our observation of the present, the (unobserved) past, like the future, is indefinite and exists only as a spectrum of possibilities."

2. The power of light
This fun fact: A 1-watt night-light emits a billion billion photons each second.
Photons are the little packets that light comes in. Confusingly, they, like all particles, behave as both a particle and a wave.

3. Theory of everything
If there is any "theory of everything" that can describe the whole universe, it is M theory, according to Hawking and Mlodinow. This model is a version of string theory, which posits that at the tiniest levels all particles are fundamentally little loops of string that vibrate at different frequencies. And, if true, all matter and energy would follow rules derived from the nature of these strings.

"M theory is the only model that has all the properties we think the final theory ought to have," the authors write.

One consequence of this theory is that our universe is not the only one – untold numbers of cousin universes exist with different physical laws and properties.

4. General relativity
If most people think of general relativity at all, they assume this high-minded idea of Einstein's applies only to super-large objects completely outside the realm of normal life, such as galaxies and black holes.

But actually, the warping of space-time does affect things we know and use, the authors point out.

"If general relativity were not taken into account in GPS satellite navigation systems, errors in global positions would accumulate at a rate of about ten kilometers each day," the book states. That's because general relativity describes how time flows slower the closer an object is to a large mass. Thus, depending on satellites' distances from Earth, their onboard clocks will run at slightly different speeds, which could offset position calculations unless this effect is taken into account."
...SEE SOURCE- [link to alien-ufo-community.ning.com]

I must admit i always worry about this guy, like if he talks through a computer program is he really that clever or just programmed to be, silly question but weird when you think about it, 1dunno1
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 38369867


Unfortunately, he is a useful tool for Brainwashington, he is not to be trusted, he doesn't even believe in God, as they write "his" books for him hf
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1. not worth reading
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Re: 8 shocking things we learned from Stephen Hawking's book
Why do you fucking ignorant dolts like to shit on Stephen Hawking?
"It can't happen"

[link to htwins.net]

No sleep till mars!

The greening of mars.. it can be done!

Pray for extraterrestrial intervention...

We won't make it off world with our political, ideological and religious differences.

It's been a fuel for our advancement tho..

It must be done!

Been jumping time streams since I don't know when..
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Re: 8 shocking things we learned from Stephen Hawking's book
From the idea that our universe is one among many, to the revelation that mathematician Pythagoras didn't actually invent the Pythagorean theorem, here are eight shocking things we learned from reading physicist Stephen Hawking's new book, "The Grand Design," written with fellow physicist Leonard Mlodinow of Caltech.

The book, covering major questions about the nature and origin of the universe, was released Sept. 7 by its publisher, Bantam.

1. The past is possibility
According to Hawking and Mlodinow, one consequence of the theory of quantum mechanics is that events in the past that were not directly observed did not happen in a definite way. Instead they happened in all possible ways. This is related to the probabilistic nature of matter and energy revealed by quantum mechanics: Unless forced to choose a particular state by direct interference from an outside observation, things will hover in a state of uncertainty.

For example, if all we know is that a particle traveled from point A to point B, then it is not true that the particle took a definite path and we just don't know what it is. Rather, that particle simultaneously took every possible path connecting the two points.

Yeah, we're still trying to wrap our brains around this.

The authors sum up: "No matter how thorough our observation of the present, the (unobserved) past, like the future, is indefinite and exists only as a spectrum of possibilities."

2. The power of light
This fun fact: A 1-watt night-light emits a billion billion photons each second.
Photons are the little packets that light comes in. Confusingly, they, like all particles, behave as both a particle and a wave.

3. Theory of everything
If there is any "theory of everything" that can describe the whole universe, it is M theory, according to Hawking and Mlodinow. This model is a version of string theory, which posits that at the tiniest levels all particles are fundamentally little loops of string that vibrate at different frequencies. And, if true, all matter and energy would follow rules derived from the nature of these strings.

"M theory is the only model that has all the properties we think the final theory ought to have," the authors write.

One consequence of this theory is that our universe is not the only one – untold numbers of cousin universes exist with different physical laws and properties.

4. General relativity
If most people think of general relativity at all, they assume this high-minded idea of Einstein's applies only to super-large objects completely outside the realm of normal life, such as galaxies and black holes.

But actually, the warping of space-time does affect things we know and use, the authors point out.

"If general relativity were not taken into account in GPS satellite navigation systems, errors in global positions would accumulate at a rate of about ten kilometers each day," the book states. That's because general relativity describes how time flows slower the closer an object is to a large mass. Thus, depending on satellites' distances from Earth, their onboard clocks will run at slightly different speeds, which could offset position calculations unless this effect is taken into account."
...SEE SOURCE- [link to alien-ufo-community.ning.com]

I must admit i always worry about this guy, like if he talks through a computer program is he really that clever or just programmed to be, silly question but weird when you think about it, 1dunno1
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 38369867


Unfortunately, he is a useful tool for Brainwashington, he is not to be trusted, he doesn't even believe in God, as they write "his" books for him hf
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8781161


Whats god have to do with this?
"It can't happen"

[link to htwins.net]

No sleep till mars!

The greening of mars.. it can be done!

Pray for extraterrestrial intervention...

We won't make it off world with our political, ideological and religious differences.

It's been a fuel for our advancement tho..

It must be done!

Been jumping time streams since I don't know when..
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Re: 8 shocking things we learned from Stephen Hawking's book
1. not worth reading
2. not worth reading
3. not worth reading
4. not worth reading
5. not worth reading
6. not worth reading
7. not worth reading
8. not worth reading
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2282211


yo mama!

Back in the days..

You HAD to reply to that....

Last Edited by Dead Goon on 04/18/2013 05:45 AM
"It can't happen"

[link to htwins.net]

No sleep till mars!

The greening of mars.. it can be done!

Pray for extraterrestrial intervention...

We won't make it off world with our political, ideological and religious differences.

It's been a fuel for our advancement tho..

It must be done!

Been jumping time streams since I don't know when..
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Re: 8 shocking things we learned from Stephen Hawking's book
1. not worth reading
2. not worth reading
3. not worth reading
4. not worth reading
5. not worth reading
6. not worth reading
7. not worth reading
8. not worth reading
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2282211


yo mama!

Back in the days..

You HAD to reply to that....
 Quoting: Dead Goon

"It can't happen"

[link to htwins.net]

No sleep till mars!

The greening of mars.. it can be done!

Pray for extraterrestrial intervention...

We won't make it off world with our political, ideological and religious differences.

It's been a fuel for our advancement tho..

It must be done!

Been jumping time streams since I don't know when..
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Re: 8 shocking things we learned from Stephen Hawking's book
From the idea that our universe is one among many, to the revelation that mathematician Pythagoras didn't actually invent the Pythagorean theorem, here are eight shocking things we learned from reading physicist Stephen Hawking's new book, "The Grand Design," written with fellow physicist Leonard Mlodinow of Caltech.

The book, covering major questions about the nature and origin of the universe, was released Sept. 7 by its publisher, Bantam.

1. The past is possibility
According to Hawking and Mlodinow, one consequence of the theory of quantum mechanics is that events in the past that were not directly observed did not happen in a definite way. Instead they happened in all possible ways. This is related to the probabilistic nature of matter and energy revealed by quantum mechanics: Unless forced to choose a particular state by direct interference from an outside observation, things will hover in a state of uncertainty.

For example, if all we know is that a particle traveled from point A to point B, then it is not true that the particle took a definite path and we just don't know what it is. Rather, that particle simultaneously took every possible path connecting the two points.

Yeah, we're still trying to wrap our brains around this.

The authors sum up: "No matter how thorough our observation of the present, the (unobserved) past, like the future, is indefinite and exists only as a spectrum of possibilities."

2. The power of light
This fun fact: A 1-watt night-light emits a billion billion photons each second.
Photons are the little packets that light comes in. Confusingly, they, like all particles, behave as both a particle and a wave.

3. Theory of everything
If there is any "theory of everything" that can describe the whole universe, it is M theory, according to Hawking and Mlodinow. This model is a version of string theory, which posits that at the tiniest levels all particles are fundamentally little loops of string that vibrate at different frequencies. And, if true, all matter and energy would follow rules derived from the nature of these strings.

"M theory is the only model that has all the properties we think the final theory ought to have," the authors write.

One consequence of this theory is that our universe is not the only one – untold numbers of cousin universes exist with different physical laws and properties.

4. General relativity
If most people think of general relativity at all, they assume this high-minded idea of Einstein's applies only to super-large objects completely outside the realm of normal life, such as galaxies and black holes.

But actually, the warping of space-time does affect things we know and use, the authors point out.

"If general relativity were not taken into account in GPS satellite navigation systems, errors in global positions would accumulate at a rate of about ten kilometers each day," the book states. That's because general relativity describes how time flows slower the closer an object is to a large mass. Thus, depending on satellites' distances from Earth, their onboard clocks will run at slightly different speeds, which could offset position calculations unless this effect is taken into account."
...SEE SOURCE- [link to alien-ufo-community.ning.com]

I must admit i always worry about this guy, like if he talks through a computer program is he really that clever or just programmed to be, silly question but weird when you think about it, 1dunno1
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 38369867


Unfortunately, he is a useful tool for Brainwashington, he is not to be trusted, he doesn't even believe in God, as they write "his" books for him hf
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8781161


Whats god have to do with this?
 Quoting: Dead Goon


God is the Creator of all that is and isn't, to grasp this basic truth, you don't need to be a genius, still it is kindergarten level for a true scientist.

hf
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Re: 8 shocking things we learned from Stephen Hawking's book
From the idea that our universe is one among many, to the revelation that mathematician Pythagoras didn't actually invent the Pythagorean theorem, here are eight shocking things we learned from reading physicist Stephen Hawking's new book, "The Grand Design," written with fellow physicist Leonard Mlodinow of Caltech.

The book, covering major questions about the nature and origin of the universe, was released Sept. 7 by its publisher, Bantam.

1. The past is possibility
According to Hawking and Mlodinow, one consequence of the theory of quantum mechanics is that events in the past that were not directly observed did not happen in a definite way. Instead they happened in all possible ways. This is related to the probabilistic nature of matter and energy revealed by quantum mechanics: Unless forced to choose a particular state by direct interference from an outside observation, things will hover in a state of uncertainty.

For example, if all we know is that a particle traveled from point A to point B, then it is not true that the particle took a definite path and we just don't know what it is. Rather, that particle simultaneously took every possible path connecting the two points.

Yeah, we're still trying to wrap our brains around this.

The authors sum up: "No matter how thorough our observation of the present, the (unobserved) past, like the future, is indefinite and exists only as a spectrum of possibilities."

2. The power of light
This fun fact: A 1-watt night-light emits a billion billion photons each second.
Photons are the little packets that light comes in. Confusingly, they, like all particles, behave as both a particle and a wave.

3. Theory of everything
If there is any "theory of everything" that can describe the whole universe, it is M theory, according to Hawking and Mlodinow. This model is a version of string theory, which posits that at the tiniest levels all particles are fundamentally little loops of string that vibrate at different frequencies. And, if true, all matter and energy would follow rules derived from the nature of these strings.

"M theory is the only model that has all the properties we think the final theory ought to have," the authors write.

One consequence of this theory is that our universe is not the only one – untold numbers of cousin universes exist with different physical laws and properties.

4. General relativity
If most people think of general relativity at all, they assume this high-minded idea of Einstein's applies only to super-large objects completely outside the realm of normal life, such as galaxies and black holes.

But actually, the warping of space-time does affect things we know and use, the authors point out.

"If general relativity were not taken into account in GPS satellite navigation systems, errors in global positions would accumulate at a rate of about ten kilometers each day," the book states. That's because general relativity describes how time flows slower the closer an object is to a large mass. Thus, depending on satellites' distances from Earth, their onboard clocks will run at slightly different speeds, which could offset position calculations unless this effect is taken into account."
...SEE SOURCE- [link to alien-ufo-community.ning.com]

I must admit i always worry about this guy, like if he talks through a computer program is he really that clever or just programmed to be, silly question but weird when you think about it, 1dunno1
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 38369867


Unfortunately, he is a useful tool for Brainwashington, he is not to be trusted, he doesn't even believe in God, as they write "his" books for him hf
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8781161


Whats god have to do with this?
 Quoting: Dead Goon


God is the Creator of all that is and isn't, to grasp this basic truth, you don't need to be a genius, still it is kindergarten level for a true scientist.

hf
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8781161


Ur god is a fucken lie!
"It can't happen"

[link to htwins.net]

No sleep till mars!

The greening of mars.. it can be done!

Pray for extraterrestrial intervention...

We won't make it off world with our political, ideological and religious differences.

It's been a fuel for our advancement tho..

It must be done!

Been jumping time streams since I don't know when..
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Re: 8 shocking things we learned from Stephen Hawking's book
We fear what we do not understand.
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We fear what we do not understand.
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Fear is conquered by the light

"Human existence can be compared to a journey through a forest or the ascent of a great mountain. What efforts we must make, what dangers we must confront before we arrive at the goal! And if we undertake this journey or this ascent in darkness, great is the risk of losing our way, of being ambushed, or of falling to the bottom of a precipice. In darkness, not only are we truly exposed to danger, but the greatest danger is the fear that we create ourselves, not knowing what to make of the noises and the shadowy forms we see stirring around us. To be afraid is to give power to that which we fear, to prepare the conditions it needs in order to do us harm. Symbolically, this is the life of human beings when they do not possess true knowledge, the knowledge which must accompany them like a light and give them security and peace. Once they have this light, even if they have ordeals to pass through, they will see things as they are and will walk in peace."

hf
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Re: 8 shocking things we learned from Stephen Hawking's book
The photons are not just packets of light, they are packets of information like fibre optics.
The whole universe is held together through LOVE, that is the electromagnetic force.
The Holy Spirit is the supercomputer which receives and processes ALl thoughts, words and actions and returns them into the 'system', the Torus.
What goes up, goes down, what goes around, comes around.
However, there is ONLY ONE OUTCOME. That OUTCOME is OUR graduation to the 5th dimension as God of gods on this Earth, Mother Earth, the future administrative centre of the UNIVERSE of which there is only one, and then the Universe can continue its evolution. We were at the beginning and will be at the end, alpha to omega, but 'HE' was before the beginning and will be after the end.
Believe in 'HIM' as 'HE' believes in you
Believe in Me as I believe in you
Bless you
Stephen
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hf

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8 shocking things we learned from Stephen Hawking's book
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These are neither shocking or things we needed to learn from this book.
book

This, btw, seems to be the original article: [link to www.livescience.com]

Last Edited by Halcyon Dayz, FCD on 04/18/2013 07:37 AM
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I'm gonna have to find this book..

Can I get a Stephen Hawking text to speech voice to read it to me?

My apologies for last night's drunk posting.. anon

Goodness gracious I'm an asshole when I drink

:saynotogod:
"It can't happen"

[link to htwins.net]

No sleep till mars!

The greening of mars.. it can be done!

Pray for extraterrestrial intervention...

We won't make it off world with our political, ideological and religious differences.

It's been a fuel for our advancement tho..

It must be done!

Been jumping time streams since I don't know when..
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He is a disinfo stooge used by banksters and a good one at that.. all they do is have a him ride around with his text to speech computer and regurgitate utter nonsense to the ignorant masses that eat that shit up.

Learn some truth here:

[link to jinnwe.com]
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I'm gonna have to find this book..

Can I get a Stephen Hawking text to speech voice to read it to me?

My apologies for last night's drunk posting.. anon

Goodness gracious I'm an asshole when I drink

:saynotogod:
 Quoting: Dead Goon


God forgives you everything, humans rarely forgive, while we learn to forgive each other, we become Godlike ...

No problems, all is forgiven, bro

hf
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He is a disinfo stooge used by banksters and a good one at that.. all they do is have a him ride around with his text to speech computer and regurgitate utter nonsense to the ignorant masses that eat that shit up.

Learn some truth here:

[link to jinnwe.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28929747


Banksters?? Really????

Please please elaborate
"It can't happen"

[link to htwins.net]

No sleep till mars!

The greening of mars.. it can be done!

Pray for extraterrestrial intervention...

We won't make it off world with our political, ideological and religious differences.

It's been a fuel for our advancement tho..

It must be done!

Been jumping time streams since I don't know when..
Dead Goon

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Re: 8 shocking things we learned from Stephen Hawking's book
I'm gonna have to find this book..

Can I get a Stephen Hawking text to speech voice to read it to me?

My apologies for last night's drunk posting.. anon

Goodness gracious I'm an asshole when I drink

:saynotogod:
 Quoting: Dead Goon


God forgives you everything, humans rarely forgive, while we learn to forgive each other, we become Godlike ...

No problems, all is forgiven, bro

hf
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8781161


Finally some one that can put up with my drinking...!!!

:yourgodisstillalietho:
"It can't happen"

[link to htwins.net]

No sleep till mars!

The greening of mars.. it can be done!

Pray for extraterrestrial intervention...

We won't make it off world with our political, ideological and religious differences.

It's been a fuel for our advancement tho..

It must be done!

Been jumping time streams since I don't know when..
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Re: 8 shocking things we learned from Stephen Hawking's book
I'm gonna have to find this book..

Can I get a Stephen Hawking text to speech voice to read it to me?

My apologies for last night's drunk posting.. anon

Goodness gracious I'm an asshole when I drink

:saynotogod:
 Quoting: Dead Goon


God forgives you everything, humans rarely forgive, while we learn to forgive each other, we become Godlike ...

No problems, all is forgiven, bro

hf
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8781161


Finally some one that can put up with my drinking...!!!

:yourgodisstillalietho:
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You're drinking is not important, you're important hf
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Why do you fucking ignorant dolts like to shit on Stephen Hawking?
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Because they are fucking ignorant dolts.
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Re: 8 shocking things we learned from Stephen Hawking's book
From the OP..

1. The past is possibility
According to Hawking and Mlodinow, one consequence of the theory of quantum mechanics is that events in the past that were not directly observed did not happen in a definite way. Instead they happened in all possible ways. This is related to the probabilistic nature of matter and energy revealed by quantum mechanics: Unless forced to choose a particular state by direct interference from an outside observation, things will hover in a state of uncertainty.

Yes..but

every moment in time spawns a different stream

but..

what is the measure of a moment in time?

My idea is there are infinite moments in time that multiply infinitely

The stream of possibilities are endless

In the current stream only the elements that impact this stream are relevant..

Think butterfly effect^^
"It can't happen"

[link to htwins.net]

No sleep till mars!

The greening of mars.. it can be done!

Pray for extraterrestrial intervention...

We won't make it off world with our political, ideological and religious differences.

It's been a fuel for our advancement tho..

It must be done!

Been jumping time streams since I don't know when..
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Re: 8 shocking things we learned from Stephen Hawking's book
I'm gonna have to find this book..

Can I get a Stephen Hawking text to speech voice to read it to me?

My apologies for last night's drunk posting.. anon

Goodness gracious I'm an asshole when I drink

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God forgives you everything, humans rarely forgive, while we learn to forgive each other, we become Godlike ...

No problems, all is forgiven, bro

hf
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Finally some one that can put up with my drinking...!!!

:yourgodisstillalietho:
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You're drinking is not important, you're important hf
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LOve u too ..

Now

If you could take your humanity and leave that god lie behind..that would be a triumph
"It can't happen"

[link to htwins.net]

No sleep till mars!

The greening of mars.. it can be done!

Pray for extraterrestrial intervention...

We won't make it off world with our political, ideological and religious differences.

It's been a fuel for our advancement tho..

It must be done!

Been jumping time streams since I don't know when..
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Re: 8 shocking things we learned from Stephen Hawking's book
From the OP..

1. The past is possibility
According to Hawking and Mlodinow, one consequence of the theory of quantum mechanics is that events in the past that were not directly observed did not happen in a definite way. Instead they happened in all possible ways. This is related to the probabilistic nature of matter and energy revealed by quantum mechanics: Unless forced to choose a particular state by direct interference from an outside observation, things will hover in a state of uncertainty.
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Yes..but

every moment in time spawns a different stream

but..

what is the measure of a moment in time?

My idea is there are infinite moments in time that multiply infinitely

The stream of possibilities are endless

In the current stream only the elements that impact this stream are relevant..

Think butterfly effect^^


The universe expands inwards and outwards..

There is enough room for this to happen

[link to htwins.net]
"It can't happen"

[link to htwins.net]

No sleep till mars!

The greening of mars.. it can be done!

Pray for extraterrestrial intervention...

We won't make it off world with our political, ideological and religious differences.

It's been a fuel for our advancement tho..

It must be done!

Been jumping time streams since I don't know when..
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Re: 8 shocking things we learned from Stephen Hawking's book
No one? Really?

WTF?
"It can't happen"

[link to htwins.net]

No sleep till mars!

The greening of mars.. it can be done!

Pray for extraterrestrial intervention...

We won't make it off world with our political, ideological and religious differences.

It's been a fuel for our advancement tho..

It must be done!

Been jumping time streams since I don't know when..
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Re: 8 shocking things we learned from Stephen Hawking's book
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God forgives you everything, humans rarely forgive, while we learn to forgive each other, we become Godlike ...

No problems, all is forgiven, bro

hf
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8781161


Finally some one that can put up with my drinking...!!!

:yourgodisstillalietho:
 Quoting: Dead Goon


You're drinking is not important, you're important hf
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8781161


LOve u too ..

Now

If you could take your humanity and leave that god lie behind..that would be a triumph
 Quoting: Dead Goon


"All human beings search for God, without knowing it. They just say they are looking for happiness, but who is not looking for it? God is everywhere in the universe. He hides in everything that arouses our desires. People who are ambitious, greedy, avid, debauched, or drunkards also search for God in their own way, for, in fact, tiny particles of God can also be found in alcohol, food, sexuality, money, fame, power... We can find God everywhere, even in swamps, even in a rock - where his presence is like a buried spark. But, of course, these things can give only a short instant of contentment, as we cannot truly find God in the dense layers, in the inferior forms of matter... only in the spirit."

"When you are looking for love, you do not really know what you are seeking. You think you are looking for the love of a man or a woman, but deep down it is the love of God that you need and that you seek: it is immensity, infinity, and all the beauty of nature and its creatures. But until you find it, how many ‘boutiques' will you visit, saying: ‘Give me love. Give me fulfilment.' But no boutique sells fulfilment. Only God Himself can give it to you, and this is where you must search for it.

Look what happens to those who frequent a ‘boutique'. You understand, of course, that ‘boutique' means a pretty woman… or a handsome man! After a while everything is out of stock, so they move on to another shop which has opened more recently. There the merchandise is fresher, the publicity is superior, the window is better stocked, it is shinier and more colourful. But after a time, once again, everything tarnishes and deteriorates, because it is not divine. Only that which is divine is inexhaustible and eternal. It is toward divine love, therefore, that you must make your way."

"Does God really love us? Even the faithful often ask themselves this question. And they will receive a reply only when they themselves begin to love God. God does not need our love, but we need to love Him. If the great masters of all religions have taught human beings to love God, it is because they knew of a magical law which corresponds in the spiritual realm to that which we see every day in the physical realm. For example, you throw a ball against a wall: the wall sends it back to you. In the mountains, you call out words to a rock face: their echo will return to you. In the same way, when you send your love to God, it comes back to you amplified from every point in the universe, because God is present throughout the universe. God does not need us, but we need Him, and it is only with our love that we can attract His love in return."

"Many people would be surprised if they were told that whatever they aspire to – love, wealth, glory – deep down they are searching for God. Yes, because in reality nothing and no one can give them true joy, a true state of wonder, apart from God. In one form or another, it is God they are seeking: they want to return to the Source, to regain the life of the Paradise they came from. But as these poor people are unenlightened, they take paths where they are forever wading through mud and sinking.

Since God has placed a particle of his quintessence in every thing and every being, he can be found everywhere. But the way most people dissipate their energies in different directions, it will take them billions of years to find him. To begin finding him right now, we must seek him through purity and light."

hf
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Re: 8 shocking things we learned from Stephen Hawking's book
There are truths to what you say...

but the analogy to what you say is this..

As profanity is the crutch of...those who can't express themselves...

God is the crutch who can't explain shit..

You can't wrap your head around boom stick so you call it god.

is Okay...always room for one more at the table hf

Last Edited by Dead Goon on 04/18/2013 02:06 PM
"It can't happen"

[link to htwins.net]

No sleep till mars!

The greening of mars.. it can be done!

Pray for extraterrestrial intervention...

We won't make it off world with our political, ideological and religious differences.

It's been a fuel for our advancement tho..

It must be done!

Been jumping time streams since I don't know when..
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Re: 8 shocking things we learned from Stephen Hawking's book
From the OP..

"2. The power of light
This fun fact: A 1-watt night-light emits a billion billion photons each second.
Photons are the little packets that light comes in. Confusingly, they, like all particles, behave as both a particle and a wave."

That^^^^ alone verifies my earlier post about the nature of the universe and multiple universes

The energy that this creates lights all subsequent timelines
"It can't happen"

[link to htwins.net]

No sleep till mars!

The greening of mars.. it can be done!

Pray for extraterrestrial intervention...

We won't make it off world with our political, ideological and religious differences.

It's been a fuel for our advancement tho..

It must be done!

Been jumping time streams since I don't know when..
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Re: 8 shocking things we learned from Stephen Hawking's book
There are truths to what you say...

but the analogy to what you say is this..

Profanity is the crutch of...those who can't express themselves

God is the crutch who can't explain shit..

You can't wrap your head around boom stick so you call it god.

is Okay...always room for one more at the table hf
 Quoting: Dead Goon


hf
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Re: 8 shocking things we learned from Stephen Hawking's book
There are truths to what you say...

but the analogy to what you say is this..

Profanity is the crutch of...those who can't express themselves

God is the crutch who can't explain shit..

You can't wrap your head around boom stick so you call it god.

is Okay...always room for one more at the table hf
 Quoting: Dead Goon


hf
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i found a treasure!~!!

[link to www.cooksillustrated.com]
"It can't happen"

[link to htwins.net]

No sleep till mars!

The greening of mars.. it can be done!

Pray for extraterrestrial intervention...

We won't make it off world with our political, ideological and religious differences.

It's been a fuel for our advancement tho..

It must be done!

Been jumping time streams since I don't know when..
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Re: 8 shocking things we learned from Stephen Hawking's book
From the OP

"3. Theory of everything
If there is any "theory of everything" that can describe the whole universe, it is M theory, according to Hawking and Mlodinow. This model is a version of string theory, which posits that at the tiniest levels all particles are fundamentally little loops of string that vibrate at different frequencies. And, if true, all matter and energy would follow rules derived from the nature of these strings.

"M theory is the only model that has all the properties we think the final theory ought to have," the authors write.

One consequence of this theory is that our universe is not the only one – untold numbers of cousin universes exist with different physical laws and properties."
"

I think I said it better..
"It can't happen"

[link to htwins.net]

No sleep till mars!

The greening of mars.. it can be done!

Pray for extraterrestrial intervention...

We won't make it off world with our political, ideological and religious differences.

It's been a fuel for our advancement tho..

It must be done!

Been jumping time streams since I don't know when..
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04/18/2013 02:18 PM

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Re: 8 shocking things we learned from Stephen Hawking's book
A time lord would know when to jump time streams..

I been jumping time streams..The echos have haunted me

You hear the echo's of time streams.. There is an overlap

(think radio interference)

Other time streams STEP ON the current time stream...

Stephen Hawkings..Please explain that

God tards..don't even try
"It can't happen"

[link to htwins.net]

No sleep till mars!

The greening of mars.. it can be done!

Pray for extraterrestrial intervention...

We won't make it off world with our political, ideological and religious differences.

It's been a fuel for our advancement tho..

It must be done!

Been jumping time streams since I don't know when..

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