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  1. The interesting thing about this is the shortening and lengthening of telomeres is a chemical change, I don't think it was due to Einstein's Theory of Relativity that his telomeres experienced a chemical change as that would make a change of matter as result of time Dilation. However this is why the human body needs to be genetically engineered for Space Travel to remove the genetic side effects of being in zero G.
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  2. http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/crux/2018/09/21/the-dark-matter-crisis/#.XLP9hzBKjX5 And yet, after all these decades, any physicist who doesn't "believe in" dark matter is still considered to be a "rogue," know what I'm sayin?
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  3. Naw, his "luck" came mainly from the deliberate choices of Democrats, who thought that a running a dog of a candidate like Hillary Clinton couldn't miss. They gave her complete control, and have lived to regret it.
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  4. And therein lies the defect of the many pseudo-scientific speculations of modern physics. "Many worlds" interpretation of QM, multipicity of "universes," dark matter, string theory (in 11 "dimensions"), and the like (which abound). Such "untestable" theories have been "preserved" for many decades. Often these theories are presented as virtual fact. So much for the "scientific method," eh?
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  5. Agreed, Vic, but good luck with the "theory of everything." Einstein worked on that for decades with no success, and many other brilliant physicist have also put great energy into the attempt. Physicists tend to throw around vague concepts and speculative fantasy as though they are talking about fact. They sound more like medieval scholastic philosophers than scientists. It's just unverifiable and ultimately meaningless bullshit that "sounds good," to them. Physics has drifted away from empirical content in favor of abstract mathematics which can prove nothing. Personally, I blame a l
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  6. I will start I think all the forces of nature should be unified into a single framework, I think that physics is frameworks that do not display all the exacting details of every aspect of physics need to be thrown out and redone. There should not be a discrepancy between Quantum Mechanics and General Relativity nor any of the other interactions it should be unified into a single equation or framework. In my opinion that is just bad Physics Grammar if both supposedly correct frameworks are supposed to both be functional why is there a difference in the solutions? How can two correct frameworks
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