- Jul 28, 2006
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This did make me laugh a bit.But even if the universe is in for an unfortunate end, there is at least one reason for consolation.
"You won't actually see it, because it will come at you at the speed of light," Lykken said. "So in that sense don't worry."
Particle physics has become so rife with non-scientific speculation and guesswork that it's kind of a mess right now. Everyone has their pet theories and dogmatic cliques. Theoretical physics is even worse. People who study M-Theory have dedicated their careers to something that isn't even observable, let alone quantifiable or falsifiable. As they say in science, it's "not even wrong." I know string theory has been popular over the last couple of decades, but the reality is it's more speculative ******** than actual science.Higgs Boson Particle May Spell Doom For the Universe - Yahoo! News
I can't for the life of my figure out how something's mass can spell the end of Universe. Can anyone on here explain this to me?
It's a warm summer evening, circa 600 BC. You've finished your shopping at the local market, or agora... and you look up at the night sky. There you notice some of the stars seem to move, so you name them planetes or wanderer......Where is Sheldon Cooper when you need him?
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