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Old Jun 8th 2016, 11:12 PM   #1
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Normal physics and abnormal physics

We cannot change the light speed. But there is the difference between normal physics and abnormal physics. The connection is evolution and Big Bang as dualism until we get eschatology as monism. Abnormal physics is Black hole(dualism) as no start and no ending that means same reason for normal physics and abnormal physics. So normal physics and abnormal physics are the different shape.
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Old Jun 17th 2016, 05:59 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by philipishin View Post
We cannot change the light speed. But there is the difference between normal physics and abnormal physics. The connection is evolution and Big Bang as dualism until we get eschatology as monism. Abnormal physics is Black hole(dualism) as no start and no ending that means same reason for normal physics and abnormal physics. So normal physics and abnormal physics are the different shape.
This might make sense but we need definitions! What are "normal" and "abnormal" Physics?

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Old Jun 20th 2016, 12:47 PM   #3
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I think what you are indicating is that there are some fairly evident limits to the current theories of physics.
Black holes are an obvious example.

There are many eminent physicists trying to extend the current ("normal") physics into these areas;
but there are also some equally eminent physicists who are beginning to suspect that a fundamental re-think might be required.
These new ideas could possibly be termed "abnormal" physics...
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Old Jun 20th 2016, 08:13 PM   #4
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Dream(part of theory)

Dream(Why I) can be the part of theory. Two different as opposite theory can be theory at the same time, together as one. But we have dream as hypothesis so I am not enemy with you when my theory is opposite of you.
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Originally Posted by philipishin View Post
Dream(Why I) can be the part of theory. Two different as opposite theory can be theory at the same time, together as one. But we have dream as hypothesis so I am not enemy with you when my theory is opposite of you.
Sounds like yin and yang. Can you put this more clearly?

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