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Old Oct 17th 2018, 06:09 PM   #11
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Where does the green arrow in the picture come from? For real?

If you push on the wall...Force...and remove the wall...you go into motion.
If you remove yourself, the wall dosent go into motion. Either way while pushing on the wall where does the opposite force "from the wall", come from?

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Old Oct 18th 2018, 01:08 AM   #12
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Actually the wall does move!
Just a tiny fraction because bricks are so stiff and inflexible,
but this tiny fraction is enough to create tension between the molecules of the brick
which generates the force pushing back.
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Old Oct 18th 2018, 01:15 AM   #13
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Really? I believe you. Makes sense. How does a force always result in an opposite force? I suppose it would start back as equal, but loose some at a point...

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Old Oct 18th 2018, 01:26 AM   #14
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The phrase is "every action gets an equal and opposite reaction"

If the force is not balanced by an equal and opposite force, the reaction is movement (acceleration).

So the wall moves until the tension in the wall produces a force equal to the force pushing against it, then the movement stops.

If the force pushing against the wall gets so large that the tension in the wall exceeds the strength of the cement, then the wall falls down.
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Old Nov 18th 2018, 04:21 PM   #15
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In fundenmental physics,

The teeth of a gear pushes, has contact with the teeth of another gear.

Yes it all came from in motion.

The gear teeth, or picture the one knouch (tooth) of a gear, against another teeth of the other gear.

There IS, mass and force, and the energy,

The motion and those measurable quantities are all through time...
Even energy has mass and momentum in change of intertia


That is how it works...

That does not nessarily explain that, that's the only way it has to work.
... Or even that it can't work differently. Worse... Or improved. If it was a different universe; the laws could and would of have to of been started off differently... Then it would of evovled, and progressed, to a result, still functioning differently, achieving another gear design or machine.

If there was such a universe, observing that knowledge from here, could, let us have undertanding or insight, in technology for us to utilizing to our advantage, in the existing technology we have, or even the math physics laws that go into our universe our environment.

Comparable to a Parallel universe... Same size +/- as ours. Exact size also works.

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Old Nov 19th 2018, 02:53 AM   #16
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There are theoretical physicists who look at the possibilities of building self consistent sensible universes with different fundamental properties.

It would seem that they have found no absolute reason that the properties observed in our universe have to be exactly what they are.

This is one of the arguments behind the multiverse idea,
All the possible universes exist,
we just happen to be in this one.
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Old Nov 19th 2018, 06:35 AM   #17
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There are theoretical physicists who look at the possibilities of building self consistent sensible universes with different fundamental properties.


[interesting you said building... Any more information about that?]
[are you saying our universe is not self consistent?]
[not sure what about sensible... It only has to exists. The possibility of that. The use of its existence can be made, in the sensible scheme of things.]


It would seem that they have found no absolute reason that the properties observed in our universe have to be exactly what they are.


[if there is nothing to find, who has been looking, and, lol hasn't found anything at all about it. If there is a study looking for that, im sure there is, will to indicate at least which one you're referring about]


This is one of the arguments behind the multiverse idea,

[you're right i have heard of the multiverse idea before, that's the only reason, i feel I'm correct to ask a question about it, bring up the topic. If heard about it, like ive heard about things before, i haven't had the time or Chance to look into: the math, or how/why the idea was came up with. Theres books published on the topic, by physicsist, and others.]

All the possible universes exist,

we just happen to be in this one.



[Obvious I'm in this one...*....you're claim that all possible unverses exist, can you back that up?

Isn't it possible that, whatever consitutes any universe to be created, in terms of what defines a universe = limits the possibility of what a universe could be?]

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Old Nov 19th 2018, 07:01 AM   #18
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Building a model universe

These are all theoretical ideas.
When I say build, I mean construct a theoretical mathematical model.

By self-consistent I intended to imply that there is nothing in the theoretical description which will not work with everything else in the description.
If we use your gear wheel analogy, all the gears mesh together correctly with none of the gears obviously being wrong (in that they will not fit with the neighbouring gears).

Having collated all the limits they can think of, for what can and what cannot happen in a theoretical universe,
a large number of impossible universes can be trimmed away from the theoretically possible universes.

It is quite likely that there are additional limits, that they haven't yet thought of, that will trim the number down further,
however, it is seeming unlikely that the limits will ever become so tight that our universe is the only one possible.

The question then becomes philosophical, if it is possible for universes other than ours to exist, then do they?
If not then why not?
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Old Nov 20th 2018, 10:20 PM   #19
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I wonder if we could surround a enclosure like a capsel, an have it generated a way of turning off interial, perhaps by severing space, from, the rest of space. A region of space like that could act like a buffering or a shield as well. The craft could remain still, while the rest of the space, keeps on expanding or the matter keeps on in motion. Transportation from here to there. On / off.

Obviously we are not standing still in regards to the galaxy or center of the galaxy. Let alone exactly how fast we are moving going which direction. The earth is rotating. It revolves around, the sun. The whole heliosphere is traveling.

We must have some value of velocity, maybe momentum matters, maybe not. Hopfully we don't collide with anything, the space as a shield. The mass. Yet energy has some mass in terms if momentum, might be useful to keep in mind.


Well turning intertial + severing a region of space is one 1/2 + 1/2 an idea. There are other ways. To get around.


Would like to know if anyone has any information about, space like that.

I'm sure gravity comes into play

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