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Could magnetosphere changes have effect on probabilities?

 
emerald_glow
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Could magnetosphere changes have effect on probabilities?
I have no proof, just feel it.
At times of magnetic storms things tend to turn out to be worse more often then normally.
What do you think?
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Re: Could magnetosphere changes have effect on probabilities?
I knew this wont be too popular, but
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Re: Could magnetosphere changes have effect on probabilities?
Probably not.

But...

Probably I could be wrong.

If I am wrong, is it probably the fucking magnetosphere's fault?

Probably.
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Re: Could magnetosphere changes have effect on probabilities?
Probably not.

But...

Probably I could be wrong.

If I am wrong, is it probably the fucking magnetosphere's fault?

Probably.
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Tha k you for your answer,you may help to get the attention of my fellow lunatics,who are interested in the answer to my question my question
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Re: Could magnetosphere changes have effect on probabilities?
bump
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Re: Could magnetosphere changes have effect on probabilities?
it's a fascinating question to weigh influences in a world where everything is interconnected. if it is all motion, frequencies, realised or not, then things flow into harmonics, or discord. original causalities are beyond ephemeral, eternal, by logic - if such causes could be defined in a timeless play of probable possibilities.

what rates the entropy in such a world? the evening out of harmonics, generating outcomes until exhausted of novelty, or the creating of unlikely possibilities, by a chord of discord in the tune of these multiverses. can we consider that entropy, if it are effects of motion? if there is an end to it, all possibilities will run. if it is an eternal dynamic, it either keeps itself in swing, or new elements are introduced into it. what once set these wondrous worlds into motion could be described as an original causility, but anything else is an iteration of that. all probabilites are contained within? unless uniqueness gets introduced. where would this come from? would that be original entropy? can our multiverses generate something beyond its scope? maybe that's a critical end goal?

our magnetosphere sheets us from influences. so in all probableness it limits the possibilities we experience. the bigger the barrage of exotic waves and particle flows, the messier the harmonics, and the livelier it gets...





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