Axis wrote: ↑Thu May 21, 2020 7:14 am
Then there's the looking out for water in ground with a willow branch.
Lol, yeah, try often enough and you get lucky. Or go visit a well made magic show and find countless of samples that might miss the obvious explanation of e.g. they knew ahead of where to search and just intended to trick you.
I don't want to pick up each of your thoughts, but let me instead elaborate on why a perfectly structured universe is not logic at all.
Instead of just giving my own perception to the best again, I invested some time to seek the web for some well founded sources that give a good understanding of what science knows by today, without of becoming too lengthy or throwing around with obscure theoretical calculations.
You made me read up alot on recent space discoveries! I hope to give you a good read.
So why is a well structured universe not logic?
In essence, there should be plain nothing and it wouldn't become any more logic when you have a perfectly patterned imbalance of matter and the nothingness.
Further, you need an imbalance of forces to explain why matter could have formed in one or another concrete location.
Check this great description published by cern on the matter-antimatter asymmetry problem over here: https://home.cern/science/physics/matte ... ry-problem
This matter-antimatter imbalance is key in the big bang theory, which is found undisputable by nowerdays physics given the expanding distance of observable galaxies, at least up to the very early age of the known universe. The physics that actually caused the 'big bang' and those that applied to the very early beginning however are still highly disputed.
The closest look to the early age of the universe is given by the observable microwave background. By the big bang theory it is a result of the light flash that occured when the first atoms were formed. This light over time and the continuous expansion of the universe got red-shifted to micro waves. Indeed space looks almost unique here no matter in what direction you look, but already then some little fluctuations can be observed.
Published by Nasa you find a great description that illustartes the little fluctuations of the 'almost' uniform microwave background:
For newer results by the planck satellite check https://www.forbes.com/sites/startswith ... -universe/
Now one might wonder why we are still to see an after-glow of that time and why it equals in every direction. Reason is that we are part of the expansion and on the long scale, things drift away so fast in the universe that we are only able to ever see a little tiny bubble of it. Further by the time the light emitted, space is thought to already have expanded tremendously.
I found a great article on Forbes that both describes our little bubble view on the universe as well as how those little fluctuations added up to large scale structures over time. Additionally it gives a great sight on how the cosmic web is thought to be looking:
https://www.forbes.com/sites/startswith ... ook-shape/
I guess 570 galaxies don't even make a tiny pixel when you try to envision the full cosmic web. Already by observations of the hubble telescope it is suggested that there exist hundreds of billions of galaxies in the observable universe. Check this: https://www.space.com/25303-how-many-ga ... verse.html
But back to the tiny fluctuations that presumably had such a large effect to the existence of space. While you find countless of theoretic articles based on mathematical simulations, and while there also have been publications claiming for experimantal proof in the past, I want to point out another great article on Forbes that investigates some more recent observations on the so called 'virtual particles' filling the empty space: https://www.forbes.com/sites/startswith ... e-effects/
That leaves me to say we are made of chaos!
Or at least there must be something going on below all the perceptible particle space. And that likely also counted for those little turbulances already in the earliest of the big bang. Some kind of reaction we only have theories in the quantum mechanics for.
But quantum theoretics and string theory are way beyond what my little mind is able to grasp for now.
Time for a small youtube video. I opted to pick the following one given it focuses on the incompleteness of the big bang physics and it specially points out the common misunderstanding of the beginning of time and the expansion vs explosion of the big bang:
Like with a black hole of course at the root of the big bang anomaly to no surprise by infinite compression you mathematically will reach a spot where no time can be measured. But actually it is just an extrapolation of the physics we know. And we don't know the physics that go beyond of the event horizon of a black hole and whether it actually compresses infinite. It further might be that our rules of relative time don't apply the same below particle scale.
Additionally, if there was an observer outside of the big bang, the time for it actually would be left unaffected and could happily go beyond the birth of the universe we know. It is just that we see no light from the outside that it is assumed to be the only universe and all existance is rooted in a single big bang.
Now if you prefer to continue question everything to fit your hologram vision, actually I must say if the world was all too perfect with explanations to everything and in all so perfect balance I had a way higher mistrust in my personal senses. And what should I take for real at all if all my senses are a deception? What sense does it make to let one float and belive in an imaginary world? It is way too irrational to believe. And it is way more irrational to base such a believe on irrational circumstances. I mean why the heck should one build such an imaginary deception to such a detailed extend and then seed mistrust by placing some weird extras like some virtual guys waving around with a willow branch? I mean would you trust those guys to be any more real than your virtual perception?