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    Hasanuddin got a reaction from JMJones0424 in Are The Recent Quakes/volcano The Feared Lhc Consequence?   
    A picture speaks 1000 words, let's try 21 pictures. The linked article discusses and documents 25 sinkholes http://truthfrequencynews.com/?p=4665
     
    Only four of these occurred before the start-up of LHC… while 21 occurred in the short two years since start-up.
     
    Although I never specifically spelled out sinkholes as being a result of the worst-case scenario, i.e., where the Dominium Model is correct; LHC does succeed in generating man’s first (and last) black-hole specimen; and the Earth is subsequently compacted down to annihilation—this reported phenomenon is 100% in-line with the predictions of this thread.
     
    Not only that, but I would also posit that if the point-of-no-return has been crossed by the reckless cocksure tinkerers at CERN, then the number of sinkholes will most definitely grow in both frequency and severity, probably in an exponential fashion.
     
    Oh well, if the worst-case scenario is correct then … fasten your seatbelts folks, it’s gunna be a bumpy ride.
     
    Personally, I am preparing spiritually. As I see it, that’s a win-win no matter what the case. Regardless of CERN or models, there’s always benefit in a little self-purification. If the worst-case condition has been breached, then I strongly advise any/all to reconnect with the-One-God while there is still time. (Be aware also that scriptures specifically foretell that God will neglect all attempts at repentance after a certain point in time during the manifestation of the End of Days, i.e., no time like the present to go to church, mosque, temple, etc.) I am also saying this because Sunday, 7/31, will be the last time I look at this website until Ramadan is over and I return from umrah in Mecca. No offense or result of anyone, but Ramadan is all about purifying and directing one’s thoughts to God and only to God.
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    Hasanuddin got a reaction from CraigD in Are The Recent Quakes/volcano The Feared Lhc Consequence?   
    Turtle … you just told me to shut-up, go away, and take the theory that annoys you with me. However, other than your personal visceral dislike of words/logic, you give no reason why the Dominium Model is not correct or worth considering.
     
     
    Let me remind you that your emotional ad-Hominum response echoes many sentiments of the past: ptolomites vs Galileo, or the reception given Maxwell or even to Einstein. Until you supply evidence/reasoning your reaction puts me in very fine company... thanx, I guess.
     
    Please set aside the ancillary barbs and please address the model itself. Science is based on fact and observation. Opinions are worthless without those two prerequisites. Which brings me back to my original point: this upgrade of having a voting button where folks can anonymously vote/cheer/boo how they feel about a post (without supplying any evidence or reasoning) is the antithesis of real scientific methodology
     
    PS: Please refrain from inserting your cutsy turtle icons, or any other for that matter. Aside from being offensive, they detract from evidence or points that you are trying to make.
     
    Please get back to the real discussion on this thread. Do you, or do you not, accept the statistical analysis completed by IrishWeather.com indicating that 2011 is on its way to having more earthquakes than ever before? Can you admit, or do you deny that also, that in March this thread made the prediction of increased earthquakes?
     
    As far as the Dominium Model is concerned... please address the evidence that you find not supporting it on an appropriate thread, say http://scienceforums.com/topic/18475-the-dominium-model-part-2/
    ****Inserted edit: One's gotta laugh to see that Turtle's "response" was to "vote down" this post.
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    Hasanuddin got a reaction from Turtle in Are The Recent Quakes/volcano The Feared Lhc Consequence?   
    Turtle … you just told me to shut-up, go away, and take the theory that annoys you with me. However, other than your personal visceral dislike of words/logic, you give no reason why the Dominium Model is not correct or worth considering.
     
     
    Let me remind you that your emotional ad-Hominum response echoes many sentiments of the past: ptolomites vs Galileo, or the reception given Maxwell or even to Einstein. Until you supply evidence/reasoning your reaction puts me in very fine company... thanx, I guess.
     
    Please set aside the ancillary barbs and please address the model itself. Science is based on fact and observation. Opinions are worthless without those two prerequisites. Which brings me back to my original point: this upgrade of having a voting button where folks can anonymously vote/cheer/boo how they feel about a post (without supplying any evidence or reasoning) is the antithesis of real scientific methodology
     
    PS: Please refrain from inserting your cutsy turtle icons, or any other for that matter. Aside from being offensive, they detract from evidence or points that you are trying to make.
     
    Please get back to the real discussion on this thread. Do you, or do you not, accept the statistical analysis completed by IrishWeather.com indicating that 2011 is on its way to having more earthquakes than ever before? Can you admit, or do you deny that also, that in March this thread made the prediction of increased earthquakes?
     
    As far as the Dominium Model is concerned... please address the evidence that you find not supporting it on an appropriate thread, say http://scienceforums.com/topic/18475-the-dominium-model-part-2/
    ****Inserted edit: One's gotta laugh to see that Turtle's "response" was to "vote down" this post.
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    Hasanuddin got a reaction from Jay-qu in Are The Recent Quakes/volcano The Feared Lhc Consequence?   
    Could it have really happened?? The evidence is mounting that it may have. The autonomous experimental institution, CERN, disregarded much publicized warnings that their biggest project could generate man’s first synthetic black-hole material. They went ahead with the LHC project despite concerns.
     
    What would happen if they were “successful” and created stable synthetic black-hole material? First, it wouldn't be instant because of the same principles preventing all the sand of an hour-glass to fall through when turned; though eventually all grains will fall they cannot pass through at once. As the Earth’s volume slowly reduces, the surface will continually readjust, where seismic/volcanic activity will continue to get more intense. Over the past year we have seen lethal earthquakes in Haiti, Chile, S.China, New Zealand-x2, and now Japan; tsunami in the Solomons and Japan; and increased volcanism in Alaska, Indonesia, Italy, and Iceland. Also, as the Earth’s volume decreases, its rate of spin will increase (because of dynamics of angular momentum) and this too has been recorded-- http://www.boston.com/news/science/articles/2011/03/11/japan_quake_causes_day_to_get_a_wee_bit_shorter/
     
    Why wouldn’t CERN report this “major accomplishment?” Two possibilities: either they didn’t notice it when it did occur (because of either being drowned out by other noise or because black-hole material has no signature that LHC detectors are sensitive to) and was able to excape the machine leaving only the smallest of holes behind that the vacuum status of the machine was not compromised. Or, perhaps the marketing arm of CERN is not ready to take ownership of all of the life-loss their stupidity appears to have wrought. Would admitting to this "accomplishment" make CERN legally responsible to the pain and suffering consequent to such a mishap?
     
    I am also the author of a new scientific model—The Dominium—with ramifications that, unfortunately seem to be coming to pass. I wrote under the pseudonym “Hasanuddin” (my religious name) for many reasons, including a desire to stay out of spotlights. You can also find a summary of important parts of the new model at http://knol.google.com/k/hasanuddin-hasanuddin/the-dominium-model-concise-version-big/2jtincqf6gddc/1# or alternatively you can buy it cheaply enough at online booksellers. Either way, the scenario of increased frequency and severity of earthquakes/volcano/tsunami, such as is appearing now, is EXACTLY what was predicted by the model in the worst-case scenario that CERN succeeds in creating their synthetic black-hole & the Dominium model is correct.
     
    From 2007 to 2010 I fought very hard to stop CERN from proceeding with the LHC experiment and mission to generate man’s first synthetic black-hole material. I blogged and posted on scientific forums like you wouldn’t believe. Although debate was often contentious, in the end my opponents could not find any real faults with the model and have taken a wait-and-see attitude pending several ongoing experiments that could prove the central question of gravitational dynamics one way of another. See: http://scienceforums.com/topic/17892-the-dominium-model-by-hasanuddin/
    And also: http://scienceforums.com/topic/18475-the-dominium-model-part-2/
    Hundreds of books were sent out to universities, politicians, and news organizations all across the globe. CERN was contacted first. Unfortunately it all fell on deaf ears.
     
    After this track-record, I know that you, the reader, are probably going to be skeptical too. That’s cool. I don’t expect action immediately. However, if the earthquakes, tsunami, and volcanism continue to increase in both frequency and severity … please consider the ramifications. I believe there is so much more connected to this possibility than *just* destruction, death, and extinction.
     
    The biggest questions shall be how are we going to react. Should decision-makers at CERN be brought to justice? If so, what kind of justice is there worse than watching the world being destroyed and knowing that it is your fault?
     
    More personally, how are we as individuals going to react? Will we become murderous savages clawing of each other in order to live one second longer; or do we become stoic kinder and aware of the pain felt by people less strong than ourselves? Over the past year we saw three different populations impacted. In Haiti gangs of lawless men raped, looted, and murdered over things as small as food; while in Japan there appears to be no looting at all and high levels of inter-cooperation; while Chile fell somewhere between. In a condition of mass destruction, would you comfort a scared orphaned child, or would you push her aside and pillage the remains of her broken home? Digest that last question very slowly and give it plenty of weight. In times of true crisis, the true goodness (or evil) of a person can come out. I have seen for a very long time the eerie connections between Quranic/Biblical texts and the tableau that appears of have played out—these are explained in detail in the published book. If CERN did create a black-hole, if the Dominium model is correct, and if I trust my own eyes for what they have witnessed, then beyond a doubt, there is a God, we all are interconnected, and that personal decisions made will have consequences lasting past our deaths. If these are the Last Days, the choices you make are likely to either save or damn you.
     
    Of course there is always the chance that no black-holes have been made and that the recent blitz of earthquakes, volcanism, increased Earth-spin have nothing to do with LHC. It’s one of those wait and see deals. In the meantime, it might be prudent to make peace internally, spiritually, and with one's fellow man.
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    Hasanuddin got a reaction from Turtle in Are The Recent Quakes/volcano The Feared Lhc Consequence?   
    Here is an interesting bit of number crunching that seems to back up this hypothesis.
    http://www.irishweatheronline.com/news/earthquakesvolcanos/number-of-recorded-earthquakes-rises-sharply/20688.html
     
    Notice that the graphs at the end of the article compare half a year’s data for 2011 with full years’ data for all other years, 2000-2010, which is why they say that we’ve already surpassed the full year's data for 2002 & 2003 w/in the first six months of this year.
     
    True, I agree that this could all be due to “natural fluctuations” as the article discusses. However, these statistics are exactly the type of phenomena that the central hypothesis of this thread projected three months ago.
     
    If the worst case scenario is truly occurring, then the rate of earthquake and volcanic activity will steadily continue to rise.
     
    Since this has been relegated to “Strange Claims” let me reiterate the neutral and upsides of this plight (if indeed the worst-case triggers have been pulled.)
    Neutral: We have been fated to die since the first time we opened our eyes. This is not a game-changer, no matter what happens.
    Upside: This would be the “first” verifiable and tangible evidence of the existence of God (Allah swt.) True, it comes also with the vision of impending death, but isn’t that when most people achieve highest clarity and closeness with their creator?
     
    Trust me, I would love for this all to stop and go away. I would love to have people pull me aside fifteen years from now and joke about how I was once worried about CERN’s potential for a runaway mistake, creation of a stable black-hole, subsequent causation of increasing massive volcanic/seismic destruction, and the ultimate extermination of all Life. I would love to eat that form of crow.
     
    However, the predictions of the model ARE coming to pass. Earthquakes and volcanic activity IS increasing world-wide.
     
    A question to ponder becomes how will each individual personally react in the face of a potential Reckoning?
     
    For me?.. I’m going on a pilgrimage to Mecca during the last two weeks of Ramadan (next month.) The way I figure, if this is occurring, at some point society will begin to unravel and it will become impossible to travel. Besides, making this pilgrimage is a mandatory component of my religion and it is something I have never yet done. If the worst-case point of no-return has been crossed, then, like everyone else, there’s nothing that I can do and I’m just along for the ride. In that case, instead of trying to argue about theoretical physics with the hope of diverting the LHC trajectory as I have done since 2007, I must look inward and work on changing my own trajectory.
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    Hasanuddin got a reaction from CraigD in Are The Recent Quakes/volcano The Feared Lhc Consequence?   
    Here is an interesting bit of number crunching that seems to back up this hypothesis.
    http://www.irishweatheronline.com/news/earthquakesvolcanos/number-of-recorded-earthquakes-rises-sharply/20688.html
     
    Notice that the graphs at the end of the article compare half a year’s data for 2011 with full years’ data for all other years, 2000-2010, which is why they say that we’ve already surpassed the full year's data for 2002 & 2003 w/in the first six months of this year.
     
    True, I agree that this could all be due to “natural fluctuations” as the article discusses. However, these statistics are exactly the type of phenomena that the central hypothesis of this thread projected three months ago.
     
    If the worst case scenario is truly occurring, then the rate of earthquake and volcanic activity will steadily continue to rise.
     
    Since this has been relegated to “Strange Claims” let me reiterate the neutral and upsides of this plight (if indeed the worst-case triggers have been pulled.)
    Neutral: We have been fated to die since the first time we opened our eyes. This is not a game-changer, no matter what happens.
    Upside: This would be the “first” verifiable and tangible evidence of the existence of God (Allah swt.) True, it comes also with the vision of impending death, but isn’t that when most people achieve highest clarity and closeness with their creator?
     
    Trust me, I would love for this all to stop and go away. I would love to have people pull me aside fifteen years from now and joke about how I was once worried about CERN’s potential for a runaway mistake, creation of a stable black-hole, subsequent causation of increasing massive volcanic/seismic destruction, and the ultimate extermination of all Life. I would love to eat that form of crow.
     
    However, the predictions of the model ARE coming to pass. Earthquakes and volcanic activity IS increasing world-wide.
     
    A question to ponder becomes how will each individual personally react in the face of a potential Reckoning?
     
    For me?.. I’m going on a pilgrimage to Mecca during the last two weeks of Ramadan (next month.) The way I figure, if this is occurring, at some point society will begin to unravel and it will become impossible to travel. Besides, making this pilgrimage is a mandatory component of my religion and it is something I have never yet done. If the worst-case point of no-return has been crossed, then, like everyone else, there’s nothing that I can do and I’m just along for the ride. In that case, instead of trying to argue about theoretical physics with the hope of diverting the LHC trajectory as I have done since 2007, I must look inward and work on changing my own trajectory.
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    Hasanuddin reacted to CraigD in Are The Recent Quakes/volcano The Feared Lhc Consequence?   
    A dam effectively lifts a mass – it’s similar to pump-fed water tower, except that in place of a motor-driven pump, water is moved from sea level to the dam’s reservoir by the water cycle's normal evaporation and precipitation – so doesn’t increase the earth’s rotational speed, but decreases it.
     
    Some quick approximate calculations, taking a standard value for the Earths moment of inertia and the height and volume of the Three Gorges Dam, I get that fully filling its reservoir (starting from completely empty) slows the Earth’s rotation by about 0.0000005 sec/day – about 1/3rd as much as 2011/3/11 Northeast Pacific earthquake, 1/14th as much as the 2004/12/26 Indian Ocean earthquake, sped it up. (check my work, in messy personal notation, here
    )
    By comparison, fully filling Hoover Dam's Lake Mead reservoir slowed the earth by about twice that, because it's of a similar volume (35 vs. 40 km3) but about twice the height above sea level (about 350 vs 150 m). Making a huge reservoir at a high altitude would have an even greater slowing effect - but still such a small it's only measurable with very precise clocks and observatories. Melting huge glaciers – which is actually happening – has a speeding effect.
     
    Earthquakes tend to speed up the Earth’s rotation, because they lower a big mass – a section of the crust – similarly to how shaking a bucket of rubble lowers its height in the bucket.
     
    It's easy to be clear about what speed and slows the Earth's rotation by imagining spinning on ice skates - pull you arms in (similar to an earthquake settling crust), you spin faster, stick them out (similar to pumping water into a high reservoir), you spin slower.
     
    Long term, tidal drag from the Moon, and to a much lesser extent, the Sun and other bodies - slow the Earth's rotation, while melting glaciers speed it up. The current rate of this is about 0.000017 sec/day/year, so, the rotation speed increase due to the 2011/3/11 Earthquake will be erased by steady tidal effects around 14 April 2011.
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    Hasanuddin reacted to Turtle in Are The Recent Quakes/volcano The Feared Lhc Consequence?   
    the japan quake did not slow earth's rotation; it sped it up.
     
    The Day the Earth Sped Up
     
    your anecdotal claims of "incresed frequency and severity" is scientifically worthless. there is no evidence this quake, or any other, is new in any fashion other than the degree to which we recorded them. if you have scientific data to the contrary, you must provide it.
     
    besides, we all know the quakes are caused by the itchings of the ginormous turtle on which the earth rests.


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    Hasanuddin got a reaction from JMJones0424 in Are The Recent Quakes/volcano The Feared Lhc Consequence?   
    Dear Polymath,
     
    Twice you have referred to the dogmatic assumption that black-holes must evaporate harmlessly away. Yes that is a core question. This dogma is also paradoxically intertwined with LHC itself.
     
    Did you know that this assumption is referred to as “Hawking Radiation” (HR) and that there has never been any experimental or empirical confirmation of this suggested phenomenon? Did you also know that one of the goals of LHC was to find evidence that this hypothesis was actually valid? Isn’t it a bit scary that LHC proponents have traditionally used the notion of “Hawking Radiation” as the lynch-pin of their claims that LHC is not dangerous??????????
     
    The Dominium model makes the opposite claim as HR: that black-hole material is stabile, even at small mass sizes. I’d suggest that you read and digest the discussions that have already taken place on this matter. http://scienceforums.com/topic/17892-the-dominium-model-by-hasanuddin/ Please continue this tangential discussion on that thread.
     
    This thread is assuming the Dominium assertion of stabile black-holes is correct. It is making the assertion that if that were true, and LHC did generate one, then we would find ourselves in a cycle of ever increasing seismic/volcanic activity and severity. Currently we find ourselves in such a cycle. Therefore,…
     
    All I have concluded (and predicted) that if all of that is true, then the frequency/severity of this activity will continue to increase AND the Earth will continue to speed up its spin.
     
    The assertions being made are very large, and based on the past unlikely to occur. Go ahead and scoff at me if you are so comfortable in your certainty. However, the predictions of this hypothesis do transpire the absolute conclusions I would make are even larger than just that LHC made a stabile black-hole … I would go on to conclude that there is a God, that the omens of the Quranic/Biblical texts are valid, and that the choices that each of us make will have dire consequences on us individually. Okay, we’re now relegated to the “Strange Claims Forum” … fine … I suppose that is appropriate, the claims I am making right now are quite strange… Let’s all hope that they are completely incorrect.
     
    Wait and see. Watch if more quakes, tsunami, and volcano continue to blast. That is the test of the hypothesis set forward.
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    Hasanuddin got a reaction from CraigD in Are The Recent Quakes/volcano The Feared Lhc Consequence?   
    Dear Polymath,
     
    Twice you have referred to the dogmatic assumption that black-holes must evaporate harmlessly away. Yes that is a core question. This dogma is also paradoxically intertwined with LHC itself.
     
    Did you know that this assumption is referred to as “Hawking Radiation” (HR) and that there has never been any experimental or empirical confirmation of this suggested phenomenon? Did you also know that one of the goals of LHC was to find evidence that this hypothesis was actually valid? Isn’t it a bit scary that LHC proponents have traditionally used the notion of “Hawking Radiation” as the lynch-pin of their claims that LHC is not dangerous??????????
     
    The Dominium model makes the opposite claim as HR: that black-hole material is stabile, even at small mass sizes. I’d suggest that you read and digest the discussions that have already taken place on this matter. http://scienceforums.com/topic/17892-the-dominium-model-by-hasanuddin/ Please continue this tangential discussion on that thread.
     
    This thread is assuming the Dominium assertion of stabile black-holes is correct. It is making the assertion that if that were true, and LHC did generate one, then we would find ourselves in a cycle of ever increasing seismic/volcanic activity and severity. Currently we find ourselves in such a cycle. Therefore,…
     
    All I have concluded (and predicted) that if all of that is true, then the frequency/severity of this activity will continue to increase AND the Earth will continue to speed up its spin.
     
    The assertions being made are very large, and based on the past unlikely to occur. Go ahead and scoff at me if you are so comfortable in your certainty. However, the predictions of this hypothesis do transpire the absolute conclusions I would make are even larger than just that LHC made a stabile black-hole … I would go on to conclude that there is a God, that the omens of the Quranic/Biblical texts are valid, and that the choices that each of us make will have dire consequences on us individually. Okay, we’re now relegated to the “Strange Claims Forum” … fine … I suppose that is appropriate, the claims I am making right now are quite strange… Let’s all hope that they are completely incorrect.
     
    Wait and see. Watch if more quakes, tsunami, and volcano continue to blast. That is the test of the hypothesis set forward.
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    Hasanuddin got a reaction from sanctus in Are The Recent Quakes/volcano The Feared Lhc Consequence?   
    Could it have really happened?? The evidence is mounting that it may have. The autonomous experimental institution, CERN, disregarded much publicized warnings that their biggest project could generate man’s first synthetic black-hole material. They went ahead with the LHC project despite concerns.
     
    What would happen if they were “successful” and created stable synthetic black-hole material? First, it wouldn't be instant because of the same principles preventing all the sand of an hour-glass to fall through when turned; though eventually all grains will fall they cannot pass through at once. As the Earth’s volume slowly reduces, the surface will continually readjust, where seismic/volcanic activity will continue to get more intense. Over the past year we have seen lethal earthquakes in Haiti, Chile, S.China, New Zealand-x2, and now Japan; tsunami in the Solomons and Japan; and increased volcanism in Alaska, Indonesia, Italy, and Iceland. Also, as the Earth’s volume decreases, its rate of spin will increase (because of dynamics of angular momentum) and this too has been recorded-- http://www.boston.com/news/science/articles/2011/03/11/japan_quake_causes_day_to_get_a_wee_bit_shorter/
     
    Why wouldn’t CERN report this “major accomplishment?” Two possibilities: either they didn’t notice it when it did occur (because of either being drowned out by other noise or because black-hole material has no signature that LHC detectors are sensitive to) and was able to excape the machine leaving only the smallest of holes behind that the vacuum status of the machine was not compromised. Or, perhaps the marketing arm of CERN is not ready to take ownership of all of the life-loss their stupidity appears to have wrought. Would admitting to this "accomplishment" make CERN legally responsible to the pain and suffering consequent to such a mishap?
     
    I am also the author of a new scientific model—The Dominium—with ramifications that, unfortunately seem to be coming to pass. I wrote under the pseudonym “Hasanuddin” (my religious name) for many reasons, including a desire to stay out of spotlights. You can also find a summary of important parts of the new model at http://knol.google.com/k/hasanuddin-hasanuddin/the-dominium-model-concise-version-big/2jtincqf6gddc/1# or alternatively you can buy it cheaply enough at online booksellers. Either way, the scenario of increased frequency and severity of earthquakes/volcano/tsunami, such as is appearing now, is EXACTLY what was predicted by the model in the worst-case scenario that CERN succeeds in creating their synthetic black-hole & the Dominium model is correct.
     
    From 2007 to 2010 I fought very hard to stop CERN from proceeding with the LHC experiment and mission to generate man’s first synthetic black-hole material. I blogged and posted on scientific forums like you wouldn’t believe. Although debate was often contentious, in the end my opponents could not find any real faults with the model and have taken a wait-and-see attitude pending several ongoing experiments that could prove the central question of gravitational dynamics one way of another. See: http://scienceforums.com/topic/17892-the-dominium-model-by-hasanuddin/
    And also: http://scienceforums.com/topic/18475-the-dominium-model-part-2/
    Hundreds of books were sent out to universities, politicians, and news organizations all across the globe. CERN was contacted first. Unfortunately it all fell on deaf ears.
     
    After this track-record, I know that you, the reader, are probably going to be skeptical too. That’s cool. I don’t expect action immediately. However, if the earthquakes, tsunami, and volcanism continue to increase in both frequency and severity … please consider the ramifications. I believe there is so much more connected to this possibility than *just* destruction, death, and extinction.
     
    The biggest questions shall be how are we going to react. Should decision-makers at CERN be brought to justice? If so, what kind of justice is there worse than watching the world being destroyed and knowing that it is your fault?
     
    More personally, how are we as individuals going to react? Will we become murderous savages clawing of each other in order to live one second longer; or do we become stoic kinder and aware of the pain felt by people less strong than ourselves? Over the past year we saw three different populations impacted. In Haiti gangs of lawless men raped, looted, and murdered over things as small as food; while in Japan there appears to be no looting at all and high levels of inter-cooperation; while Chile fell somewhere between. In a condition of mass destruction, would you comfort a scared orphaned child, or would you push her aside and pillage the remains of her broken home? Digest that last question very slowly and give it plenty of weight. In times of true crisis, the true goodness (or evil) of a person can come out. I have seen for a very long time the eerie connections between Quranic/Biblical texts and the tableau that appears of have played out—these are explained in detail in the published book. If CERN did create a black-hole, if the Dominium model is correct, and if I trust my own eyes for what they have witnessed, then beyond a doubt, there is a God, we all are interconnected, and that personal decisions made will have consequences lasting past our deaths. If these are the Last Days, the choices you make are likely to either save or damn you.
     
    Of course there is always the chance that no black-holes have been made and that the recent blitz of earthquakes, volcanism, increased Earth-spin have nothing to do with LHC. It’s one of those wait and see deals. In the meantime, it might be prudent to make peace internally, spiritually, and with one's fellow man.
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    Hasanuddin got a reaction from CraigD in Are The Recent Quakes/volcano The Feared Lhc Consequence?   
    Could it have really happened?? The evidence is mounting that it may have. The autonomous experimental institution, CERN, disregarded much publicized warnings that their biggest project could generate man’s first synthetic black-hole material. They went ahead with the LHC project despite concerns.
     
    What would happen if they were “successful” and created stable synthetic black-hole material? First, it wouldn't be instant because of the same principles preventing all the sand of an hour-glass to fall through when turned; though eventually all grains will fall they cannot pass through at once. As the Earth’s volume slowly reduces, the surface will continually readjust, where seismic/volcanic activity will continue to get more intense. Over the past year we have seen lethal earthquakes in Haiti, Chile, S.China, New Zealand-x2, and now Japan; tsunami in the Solomons and Japan; and increased volcanism in Alaska, Indonesia, Italy, and Iceland. Also, as the Earth’s volume decreases, its rate of spin will increase (because of dynamics of angular momentum) and this too has been recorded-- http://www.boston.com/news/science/articles/2011/03/11/japan_quake_causes_day_to_get_a_wee_bit_shorter/
     
    Why wouldn’t CERN report this “major accomplishment?” Two possibilities: either they didn’t notice it when it did occur (because of either being drowned out by other noise or because black-hole material has no signature that LHC detectors are sensitive to) and was able to excape the machine leaving only the smallest of holes behind that the vacuum status of the machine was not compromised. Or, perhaps the marketing arm of CERN is not ready to take ownership of all of the life-loss their stupidity appears to have wrought. Would admitting to this "accomplishment" make CERN legally responsible to the pain and suffering consequent to such a mishap?
     
    I am also the author of a new scientific model—The Dominium—with ramifications that, unfortunately seem to be coming to pass. I wrote under the pseudonym “Hasanuddin” (my religious name) for many reasons, including a desire to stay out of spotlights. You can also find a summary of important parts of the new model at http://knol.google.com/k/hasanuddin-hasanuddin/the-dominium-model-concise-version-big/2jtincqf6gddc/1# or alternatively you can buy it cheaply enough at online booksellers. Either way, the scenario of increased frequency and severity of earthquakes/volcano/tsunami, such as is appearing now, is EXACTLY what was predicted by the model in the worst-case scenario that CERN succeeds in creating their synthetic black-hole & the Dominium model is correct.
     
    From 2007 to 2010 I fought very hard to stop CERN from proceeding with the LHC experiment and mission to generate man’s first synthetic black-hole material. I blogged and posted on scientific forums like you wouldn’t believe. Although debate was often contentious, in the end my opponents could not find any real faults with the model and have taken a wait-and-see attitude pending several ongoing experiments that could prove the central question of gravitational dynamics one way of another. See: http://scienceforums.com/topic/17892-the-dominium-model-by-hasanuddin/
    And also: http://scienceforums.com/topic/18475-the-dominium-model-part-2/
    Hundreds of books were sent out to universities, politicians, and news organizations all across the globe. CERN was contacted first. Unfortunately it all fell on deaf ears.
     
    After this track-record, I know that you, the reader, are probably going to be skeptical too. That’s cool. I don’t expect action immediately. However, if the earthquakes, tsunami, and volcanism continue to increase in both frequency and severity … please consider the ramifications. I believe there is so much more connected to this possibility than *just* destruction, death, and extinction.
     
    The biggest questions shall be how are we going to react. Should decision-makers at CERN be brought to justice? If so, what kind of justice is there worse than watching the world being destroyed and knowing that it is your fault?
     
    More personally, how are we as individuals going to react? Will we become murderous savages clawing of each other in order to live one second longer; or do we become stoic kinder and aware of the pain felt by people less strong than ourselves? Over the past year we saw three different populations impacted. In Haiti gangs of lawless men raped, looted, and murdered over things as small as food; while in Japan there appears to be no looting at all and high levels of inter-cooperation; while Chile fell somewhere between. In a condition of mass destruction, would you comfort a scared orphaned child, or would you push her aside and pillage the remains of her broken home? Digest that last question very slowly and give it plenty of weight. In times of true crisis, the true goodness (or evil) of a person can come out. I have seen for a very long time the eerie connections between Quranic/Biblical texts and the tableau that appears of have played out—these are explained in detail in the published book. If CERN did create a black-hole, if the Dominium model is correct, and if I trust my own eyes for what they have witnessed, then beyond a doubt, there is a God, we all are interconnected, and that personal decisions made will have consequences lasting past our deaths. If these are the Last Days, the choices you make are likely to either save or damn you.
     
    Of course there is always the chance that no black-holes have been made and that the recent blitz of earthquakes, volcanism, increased Earth-spin have nothing to do with LHC. It’s one of those wait and see deals. In the meantime, it might be prudent to make peace internally, spiritually, and with one's fellow man.
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    Hasanuddin reacted to HydrogenBond in 5th Dimension theory   
    If you cover one eye, we will lose depth perception. To compensate the one eye has to shift back and forth to simulate 3-D. If humans only had one eye, the third or z-axis would be somewhat fuzzy. It would need to be modeled conceptually and mathematically, since although it does exist, the one eye is having problems with clarity. The math would create a way to visualize this third dimension within the imagination, to assist with the limitation of this particular sensory system. This is where mental constructs are important. These would emulate a second eye or mind's eye, i.e., in the imagination.
     
    With two eyes we can see much better in 3-D, but looking at the fourth dimension of time also has a perceptual problem for this particular sensory system. We needed to develop the math and the concepts of time or the 4th-D, to allow us to see reality using 4-D, with much of the processing done within the imagination's virtual eye, to assist the limitations of just two eyes. This gives us three eyes, one virtual, to see 4-D.
     
    I suppose we could also add mental constructs and math for 5-D and orientate the mind within the imagination using two mind's eyes or two virtual eyes. But without any of these mental constructs, two eyes only sees 3-D with certainty. Under these primitive conditions the mind would still try to fill in 4-D, with trial and error data. One can still throw the spear at the animal moving in space-time, even without understanding time. This empirical data was later made more rational, due to the efforts of science, replacing the uncertainty with a cleaner mental construct for 4-D.
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    Hasanuddin got a reaction from Jay-qu in Antimatter black-holes: possibilities/consequences   
    With regards to photon interaction to black-holes (AMBH or matter-based) the following discussion was asserted.
    The problem is that a reductio ad absurdum is not actually reached because prevailing truths are ignored. Specifically, the line it (photons) must be repelled by both because it is the opposite of both. This is an absurd premise, not an absurd conclusion. It is an established truth that light display attraction to known matter-based black-hole. When using an absurd premise, the consequence that the resulting conclusion is also absurd to be expected and is irrelevant to the issues being discussed. Rather that making up scenario that are easily brushed aside (strawman), please address the actual syllogism put forward:
     
    a. Light is the antiparticle of itself
    b. As the antiparticle of itself it will be expected to feel the same types of stimulus as it does from particles, as it does from their equivalent antiparticles
    c. Light is observed to be attracted to matter-based black-hole
    Therefore, light is expected to be observed attracted to AMBH
     
    Folks, please let us focus on the science and logic. To chastise my wording, yet not to respond to the message being delivered is a waste of all of our time. For example, within this thread I brought up a very basic, yet very profound question, “What is mass?” To my first attempt to define how matter and antimatter fit into that question. I said “Mass, just like charge, comes in two type: matter and antimatter.” In response
    This assertion was questioned by myself saying, “This quote goes on to argue (it appears) that the only difference between matter and antimatter is reversed charge, a belief that it “goes against the common wisdom of physics.” To that Qfwfq injected on Jay-qu’s behalf
    My request is this, if you feel that misunderstandings are occurring, please clear them up. To condemn my words, yet give no explanation for your views is not fair to me or anyone else trying to read along.
     
    Though I tried to clear up matters by redefining my assertion for the relationship of mass, matter, and antimatter saying, Perhaps I used the wrong hinge-word in the statement you’ve quoted. I agree “types” is borderline incorrect, though “expressions” would be much more accurate and descriptive of my point: There are two expressions of charge; there are two expressions of mass.
    The only response forthcoming was
    Again, please address the issues. If you do not feel that the statement advanced is correct… then please rebut the science, set the record straight, and show/elaborate what the actual dynamic is.
     
    Later on in this post, Jay-qu tried to turn the tables by redefining the argument. The argument posited related the known dynamics of all types of electrostatic systems to the partially documented dynamics of gravitational systems. The expressions of mass vs the expressions of electric charge were on that table. I had also posited that the problem of simplistically stating that antimatter is the same as matter, but the electric charges are reverse (as Jay-qu appeared to do in the 1st quote above) is that annihilation events cannot be explained. To that assertion came this table-turning reply
    First of all, the burden of proof in on Jay-qu to reconcile his first statement with the known occurrence of annihilation events. Secondly, and most importantly, everything that I have advanced up to this point regarded electric charges. I know of only two expressions of charge, + & -, if there are more, that’d be news to me, but I’d be interested. Please Jay-qu elaborate your points. How can one say that matter and antimatter are charge inversions of each other, yet not account for stable electrostatic systems vs known annihilation of matter and antimatter?
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    Hasanuddin got a reaction from Galapagos in Reconciling science and religion: doomed to fail   
    Perhaps it is impossible to reconcile religion and science for others, though it is possible within one’s self, as exemplified early by Curie, Einstein, and Sagan. (It saddens me no-one wanted to discuss either Einstein or Sagan.)
     
    Pride is a blinding motivator that causes some to subject their views on others. This is a perversion; whether the pride originates from foregone absolute-correctness of one religious or atheistic beliefs the results always seem to be to the detriment of the rest of society.
     
    As I said before, I believe, we’re all born alone; we will all die alone; and we will all be judged alone.
     
    The only reason I came on to this thread was to request that atheistic messages please not be couched in absolute terms. We are dealing with the greatest of all unknowns, to suggest otherwise is just plain ……….. What’s the point? I’m bored of this.
     
    You guys have your own lives to lead. Good luck.
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    Hasanuddin got a reaction from Michaelangelica in Same-sex Marriage   
    "Silly" meant "saintly?" Wow, that's an odd twist. I wonder how that perversion occurred? Personally, I prefer being more silly over overly serious.
     
    This debate is over the wrong things. Look, as I said, by the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts I was wed to the other-half of my heart, of now twelve years. The most important part of the event was not a slip of paper, a number, or bragging rights, it was to be in front of family (and God) to crystalize it. Just have both friends AND family in one place was important. I had over eighty relations from 16 state come to the Boat Slip in Provincetown, Massachusetts. P-town, as it is more simply called, is the most fabulous gay-mecca on earth: drag queens, leather, nipple-rings, twinks, bear, and lots of lesbians. It was "tranny-week" that coincided with the wedding. This was all intentional on my part; Ptown is pretty, but it is unavoidably educational. My aunt Olga from New Mexico, was apparently in awe of the profoundness of the event. She later wrote to me that "it was the most important wedding she had ever been to."
     
    I don't think it is a coincidence that Connecticut, Vermont, and Maine all flipped in favor of gay marriage, while New York and New Hampshire are hotly debating it. Mine was just one wedding, and I don't have any relatives from any of the states mentioned (except that both me and my partner have gay brothers living in NYC--the largest gay villiage on Earth.) But statistically I think I am an outlier for not having much family in New England. All the states mentioned border Massachusetts (and Maine was once administered by Massachusetts.) In other words, the other New Englanders saw that the sky didn't fall in Massachusetts... actually the opposite is clearly visible. Massachusetts' resorts, like Ptown, have benefitted by extended seasons caused by marriages like mine (that occurred on the autumn equinox.) Honestly, I don't know how/why Iowa flipped. I think its wonderful. Soon the Midwesterners will see that the sky will remain firmly above the Cornbelt as it has over New England.
     
    Primarily marriage is about family, God, and society--legal aspects and verbal definitions are so trivial. Did it make things rosy and perfect... of course not. Did it bring everyone in the family closer?.. for the most part, yes, but the finale kiss seems to have estranged my partners nieces from me to this day--whatever. But, do I regret a second?.. not a chance.
     
    Tip for all: the best aspect of the wedding event is that we hired a caller, fiddle, and another who gave us live English Country dancing. The best thing about English Country dancing is that it forces everyone to touch one another at some point in the whirling and twirling. (Actually, that's how Patrick and I met.) But by far that was the most important thing we did. For those remaining uptight, I'm sure the physical action of grabbing another man in a doecey-doe swing must have been like a slap of refreshing, but icy cold water.
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    Hasanuddin got a reaction from pamela in Is homosexuality unnatural?   
    Hi Larv,
     
    Personally I am hoping that there is no chromosomal "gay marker" or if there is that the scientific community never divulges or tries to use it. Seriously, think of religious-hatred induced abortions of unborn gay fetuses?
     
    Though think of the sociologic paradox such a condition would cause: The folks most hating gays and wish'n 'em all dead, being the folks picketing Planned Parenthood. Ha.
     
    Serves them right, actually. There is something balancing about the notion of haters having gay children and ultimately shifting away from the conservative rote. I saw this with Arlan Spector when his son come out in the late 80's and to some respects even w/ Cheney. I would expect Cheney might be one who would opt for the abortion if given the chance. Good thing he didn't.
     
    Besides, I think that being gay might be tied to the notion of codomenance with some other highly adventageous trait. I say this because of a gay man (or woman) to procreate, then their genes would not get passed on. If their genes were less likely to be passed on, then given well-understood trends of genetic drift, that trait would be wiped out of existence, i.e., it should be a genetic lethal trait and therefore be at no level higher than 0.2%--but this in not what we observe.
     
    So then the question might be: which trait might gay-maleness be tied to. Let's just do a little empirical journey through the stereotypic professions held by gay-men: hair-dresser, fashion designer, author, photographer, sculptor, musician, poet, waiter, and writer. Do these professions have anything in common? Yes, ultra-high degrees of creativity!!!! The value for societies ability to advance over other civilizations is in its levels of creativity. Therefore, the gay-gene would be beneficial for communal advancement. Therefore an abortion-test to rid families of this scourge wound not only be sad, but also it would be to the long-term detriment of society.
     
    Good luck in spreading your message. Tolerance is one thing, but total acceptance will be elusive for some time, I fear. Folks naturally "hate." I don't know why, but they do. I'm no exception. I lived in Indonesia for 3 years where the natives hate the Chinese. Naturally I hung with the natives (since 98% of the town I was in was native Bugis.) Long story short, even though I "thought" I was immune to their culture wars, when I came home to America, when I encountered a Chinese person I felt a previously unknown feeling of disgust. Don't worry, I'm not Sinophobic anymore. When I went off to college at UCDavis I purposely arranged to share an apartment with two Chinese roommates.
     
    Worked like a charm. But that's the point, familiarity helps people understand that societally induced stereotypes should not be used to access others. This type of argument is inherently fallacious.
     
    The point is that more people understand a subgroup, the less they are afraid of that subgroup. The problem is that straight folks know tons of gay ones, but the subject is never broached. Why not? If you're a devote Catholic, eventually everyone's going to know that you're a devote Catholic sooner or later. However, many gay men and women are often quite tight lipped about their orientation around the non-gays in their lives. I can totally understand that.
     
    BTW, I am a legally married gay man in Massachusetts, the Commonwealth of "Don't tread on me." Do I make an issue of it, I try not. Everyone I work with knows, and many of the students do--all of the gay ones do. Why do I know? Because they all came out of the woodwork last year after the wedding. It was funny how they all knew. Yes, it was good to get our eleven year relationship validated in front of 200 of our friends and family. It is different than before. But at the same time, this is New England and people are to-themselves: they don't wanna know your business because they don't what you knowing theirs. But like I said, it's like religion. All my good friends know that I'm Moslem and will not eat pork. People who aren't close, need not be bothered with discussing such fact. It's the same way with being gay, the restrictions are just a bit different. Past a certain stage of friendship, how can you keep such central parts of your being hidden...and still consider that friendship to be valid?
     
    Then again, there is always a downside of outing ones' self to acquaintances--rejection. Ouch does that hurt. back in the 80's two "friends" replied that they could never talk or look at me again--for religious reasons. Actually, I prefer their in-your-face honesty. The worst is the false saccharine, "Love the Sinner, Hate the Sin," BS, which is accompanied by false thin scared smiles. I'm just glad that the Bible-thumping part of my family from Southern Ohio showed up to the invitation of our P-Town wedding on the deck of the Boat Slip.
     
    I wonder how outing myself will affect the controversial debate going on on the "Dominium" threads in the Alternative Theories board. If you think I care, 'dey got'ta 'nother thing com'n. Good luck with this thread... hopefully you'll change hearts. Though I still believe that the most hearts are changed by being open, out, unapolegtic (God, after all, made you that way) and just free to follow the inspiration in your heart to the fullest potential. Take care
  18. Like
    Hasanuddin got a reaction from Turtle in Is homosexuality unnatural?   
    Hi Larv,
     
    Personally I am hoping that there is no chromosomal "gay marker" or if there is that the scientific community never divulges or tries to use it. Seriously, think of religious-hatred induced abortions of unborn gay fetuses?
     
    Though think of the sociologic paradox such a condition would cause: The folks most hating gays and wish'n 'em all dead, being the folks picketing Planned Parenthood. Ha.
     
    Serves them right, actually. There is something balancing about the notion of haters having gay children and ultimately shifting away from the conservative rote. I saw this with Arlan Spector when his son come out in the late 80's and to some respects even w/ Cheney. I would expect Cheney might be one who would opt for the abortion if given the chance. Good thing he didn't.
     
    Besides, I think that being gay might be tied to the notion of codomenance with some other highly adventageous trait. I say this because of a gay man (or woman) to procreate, then their genes would not get passed on. If their genes were less likely to be passed on, then given well-understood trends of genetic drift, that trait would be wiped out of existence, i.e., it should be a genetic lethal trait and therefore be at no level higher than 0.2%--but this in not what we observe.
     
    So then the question might be: which trait might gay-maleness be tied to. Let's just do a little empirical journey through the stereotypic professions held by gay-men: hair-dresser, fashion designer, author, photographer, sculptor, musician, poet, waiter, and writer. Do these professions have anything in common? Yes, ultra-high degrees of creativity!!!! The value for societies ability to advance over other civilizations is in its levels of creativity. Therefore, the gay-gene would be beneficial for communal advancement. Therefore an abortion-test to rid families of this scourge wound not only be sad, but also it would be to the long-term detriment of society.
     
    Good luck in spreading your message. Tolerance is one thing, but total acceptance will be elusive for some time, I fear. Folks naturally "hate." I don't know why, but they do. I'm no exception. I lived in Indonesia for 3 years where the natives hate the Chinese. Naturally I hung with the natives (since 98% of the town I was in was native Bugis.) Long story short, even though I "thought" I was immune to their culture wars, when I came home to America, when I encountered a Chinese person I felt a previously unknown feeling of disgust. Don't worry, I'm not Sinophobic anymore. When I went off to college at UCDavis I purposely arranged to share an apartment with two Chinese roommates.
     
    Worked like a charm. But that's the point, familiarity helps people understand that societally induced stereotypes should not be used to access others. This type of argument is inherently fallacious.
     
    The point is that more people understand a subgroup, the less they are afraid of that subgroup. The problem is that straight folks know tons of gay ones, but the subject is never broached. Why not? If you're a devote Catholic, eventually everyone's going to know that you're a devote Catholic sooner or later. However, many gay men and women are often quite tight lipped about their orientation around the non-gays in their lives. I can totally understand that.
     
    BTW, I am a legally married gay man in Massachusetts, the Commonwealth of "Don't tread on me." Do I make an issue of it, I try not. Everyone I work with knows, and many of the students do--all of the gay ones do. Why do I know? Because they all came out of the woodwork last year after the wedding. It was funny how they all knew. Yes, it was good to get our eleven year relationship validated in front of 200 of our friends and family. It is different than before. But at the same time, this is New England and people are to-themselves: they don't wanna know your business because they don't what you knowing theirs. But like I said, it's like religion. All my good friends know that I'm Moslem and will not eat pork. People who aren't close, need not be bothered with discussing such fact. It's the same way with being gay, the restrictions are just a bit different. Past a certain stage of friendship, how can you keep such central parts of your being hidden...and still consider that friendship to be valid?
     
    Then again, there is always a downside of outing ones' self to acquaintances--rejection. Ouch does that hurt. back in the 80's two "friends" replied that they could never talk or look at me again--for religious reasons. Actually, I prefer their in-your-face honesty. The worst is the false saccharine, "Love the Sinner, Hate the Sin," BS, which is accompanied by false thin scared smiles. I'm just glad that the Bible-thumping part of my family from Southern Ohio showed up to the invitation of our P-Town wedding on the deck of the Boat Slip.
     
    I wonder how outing myself will affect the controversial debate going on on the "Dominium" threads in the Alternative Theories board. If you think I care, 'dey got'ta 'nother thing com'n. Good luck with this thread... hopefully you'll change hearts. Though I still believe that the most hearts are changed by being open, out, unapolegtic (God, after all, made you that way) and just free to follow the inspiration in your heart to the fullest potential. Take care
  19. Like
    Hasanuddin got a reaction from Mercedes Benzene in Is homosexuality unnatural?   
    Hi Larv,
     
    Personally I am hoping that there is no chromosomal "gay marker" or if there is that the scientific community never divulges or tries to use it. Seriously, think of religious-hatred induced abortions of unborn gay fetuses?
     
    Though think of the sociologic paradox such a condition would cause: The folks most hating gays and wish'n 'em all dead, being the folks picketing Planned Parenthood. Ha.
     
    Serves them right, actually. There is something balancing about the notion of haters having gay children and ultimately shifting away from the conservative rote. I saw this with Arlan Spector when his son come out in the late 80's and to some respects even w/ Cheney. I would expect Cheney might be one who would opt for the abortion if given the chance. Good thing he didn't.
     
    Besides, I think that being gay might be tied to the notion of codomenance with some other highly adventageous trait. I say this because of a gay man (or woman) to procreate, then their genes would not get passed on. If their genes were less likely to be passed on, then given well-understood trends of genetic drift, that trait would be wiped out of existence, i.e., it should be a genetic lethal trait and therefore be at no level higher than 0.2%--but this in not what we observe.
     
    So then the question might be: which trait might gay-maleness be tied to. Let's just do a little empirical journey through the stereotypic professions held by gay-men: hair-dresser, fashion designer, author, photographer, sculptor, musician, poet, waiter, and writer. Do these professions have anything in common? Yes, ultra-high degrees of creativity!!!! The value for societies ability to advance over other civilizations is in its levels of creativity. Therefore, the gay-gene would be beneficial for communal advancement. Therefore an abortion-test to rid families of this scourge wound not only be sad, but also it would be to the long-term detriment of society.
     
    Good luck in spreading your message. Tolerance is one thing, but total acceptance will be elusive for some time, I fear. Folks naturally "hate." I don't know why, but they do. I'm no exception. I lived in Indonesia for 3 years where the natives hate the Chinese. Naturally I hung with the natives (since 98% of the town I was in was native Bugis.) Long story short, even though I "thought" I was immune to their culture wars, when I came home to America, when I encountered a Chinese person I felt a previously unknown feeling of disgust. Don't worry, I'm not Sinophobic anymore. When I went off to college at UCDavis I purposely arranged to share an apartment with two Chinese roommates.
     
    Worked like a charm. But that's the point, familiarity helps people understand that societally induced stereotypes should not be used to access others. This type of argument is inherently fallacious.
     
    The point is that more people understand a subgroup, the less they are afraid of that subgroup. The problem is that straight folks know tons of gay ones, but the subject is never broached. Why not? If you're a devote Catholic, eventually everyone's going to know that you're a devote Catholic sooner or later. However, many gay men and women are often quite tight lipped about their orientation around the non-gays in their lives. I can totally understand that.
     
    BTW, I am a legally married gay man in Massachusetts, the Commonwealth of "Don't tread on me." Do I make an issue of it, I try not. Everyone I work with knows, and many of the students do--all of the gay ones do. Why do I know? Because they all came out of the woodwork last year after the wedding. It was funny how they all knew. Yes, it was good to get our eleven year relationship validated in front of 200 of our friends and family. It is different than before. But at the same time, this is New England and people are to-themselves: they don't wanna know your business because they don't what you knowing theirs. But like I said, it's like religion. All my good friends know that I'm Moslem and will not eat pork. People who aren't close, need not be bothered with discussing such fact. It's the same way with being gay, the restrictions are just a bit different. Past a certain stage of friendship, how can you keep such central parts of your being hidden...and still consider that friendship to be valid?
     
    Then again, there is always a downside of outing ones' self to acquaintances--rejection. Ouch does that hurt. back in the 80's two "friends" replied that they could never talk or look at me again--for religious reasons. Actually, I prefer their in-your-face honesty. The worst is the false saccharine, "Love the Sinner, Hate the Sin," BS, which is accompanied by false thin scared smiles. I'm just glad that the Bible-thumping part of my family from Southern Ohio showed up to the invitation of our P-Town wedding on the deck of the Boat Slip.
     
    I wonder how outing myself will affect the controversial debate going on on the "Dominium" threads in the Alternative Theories board. If you think I care, 'dey got'ta 'nother thing com'n. Good luck with this thread... hopefully you'll change hearts. Though I still believe that the most hearts are changed by being open, out, unapolegtic (God, after all, made you that way) and just free to follow the inspiration in your heart to the fullest potential. Take care
  20. Like
    Hasanuddin got a reaction from Tormod in The Dominium model by Hasanuddin   
    I just realized something that we have all forgotten, discussions here are forgetting a fundamental aspect of Babar and other attempts to show asymmetric decay. These discussions are ignoring the fact that only a handful of all events showed any possible asymmetry. The vast majority (well over 99%) of all events at Babar were normal symmetric pair-production. The status quo “solution,” re: the Big Bang, was to assume that all of the mass created symmetrically would have gone out of existence via annihilation, hence leaving us with an all-matter Universe. However, that assumption assumes "universal attraction" hence annihilation would be promoted rather than discouraged. On this thread were are also considering the necessary repercussions of gravitational repulsion.
     
    We've already had this discussion back in Move 1-3. True, the status quo solution for all the excess antimatter is that is annihilated away... but that is not the deductive conclusion given gravitational-repulsion. What I'm saying is that even assuming Babar is 100% correct, the predictions of the Dominium necessarily follow. Consider, if the rate of asymmetric decay to normal pair-production was at a rate equal to what was seen at Babar, pre-annihilation extermination we’d see ratios of 49:51. It would still be a system at absolute chaos; it would still predictably undergo self-assembly; it would still clump; and it would still result in expansion. Even if ratios were much more skewed than anything ever recorded at Babar, say 40:60, Moves 1-3 would still deductively follow. And the six-step route via self-assembly to a Universe of galaxies and expansion would still necessarily occur.
     
    However, because of the flat event horizon (and the discussions of Move 4) it is much more likely that ratios ended up being closer to 50:50 rather than majorly skewed.
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