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  1. Hi Guys, I have completed research (actually just a bit completed it, since it is based on enormous previous scientific research) which I call 'Knowledge of Everything', what means that it represents complete basic physical knowledge about the Universe, which was just released to public several days ago. Unfortunately the book is written not in English but there's short introduction in English which explains core stuff and one/several evenings by reading short several pages description should be enough to basically understand it. It includes: - Explanation of gravitation and notes about it
  2. I believe that the universe is bias, and intelligence is the goal of eradicating bias - however, assuming reflection is the means to doing this, what is the resolution relative to the force enacting the reflection?
  3. Whether it's Watergate, the Jurassic period, the history of the planet Venus or the state of California, can any history in the universe be undone by human behaviour on the internet?
  4. The question is meant to be the reverse: does algebra need members of ISIS?
  5. Now to us, we first thought that life would need water, and the sun, along with organics to feed on. But how are we so sure about it? Life can't be so hard to make, and needs the exact process that earth went through. Such as we thought that life needs photosynthesis to live. But when we look at the Movile Cave, we find that the beasts that live down there, use chemosynthesis instead of photosynthesis. So what does this mean? It means that we really don't need the sun for life. In fact, I'm sure that if Pluto had a bigger atmosphere to retain more heat, and the liquid water mountains melted, t
  6. Hello! I'd like to introduce myself: I am small game developer and I have nothing to do with science. I really don't know anything about science! Me and a small team of developers are now creating a game and in that game we are very interested in exploring the Holographic Universe. I am working on the game design aspect and one of my responsibilities is the concept and story of our game. It is really important for us that we create a coherent story that embraces the idea of the Holographic Universe. We have already read a lot about it and seen videos etc etc. Although, because such a subject
  7. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sbsGYRArH_w http://arxiv.org/abs/1505.03117 Anyone around here have some insights on this subject? I find the idea of energy symmetry quite interesting.
  8. It's still the Alpha version, but it will be automatically updated as new versions are available. I thought it would be of interest to some. Check out the new features and more:http://universesandbox.com/2/
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