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Old Aug 7th 2019, 10:26 AM   #11
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@ Neila
It is often difficult to follow the thread of your posts,
They seem to bounce from thought to thought with little coherence.

I am happy to try to answer questions,
and I have enjoyed some of our on-going discussions.
But rather too often your contributions just seem to be totally random.
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Old Aug 7th 2019, 05:28 PM   #12
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@Woody:
Ah, a bird can speak Chinese, it's fishy...
I don't think you can answer such questions as "how big is cosmos" resorting to any existing theory you know. But I do appreciate your "existence-interaction principle" very much.
I don't think my model applicable to the beautiful lady. I could not choose an answer from A or B myself. My choice at that time (about june 2017) was to leave Ronggui township and went back to Shapu village. After that, I could concentrate on the math/physics books again. That beautiful lady (acutally ordinary) is Chuchu (楚楚). She resided nearby me at that time. Her most fishy behaviour was to show tears to this semi-tramp. *ss. Even this semi-tramp die, she needs not to tear. He's not her relative nor friend.
I think it's time for this semi-tramp to go back to Ronggui to bounce again with Chuchu and find an answer, A or B...*ss
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I think it's time for this semi-tramp to go back to Ronggui to bounce again with Chuchu and find an answer, A or B...*ss
Good luck!
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Old Aug 12th 2019, 10:12 PM   #14
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Perhaps disappointed, bunnies.
If I assume the local dark force behind Chuchu, I can choose an answer: B and explain the most fishy point: the tears/*ss.
There are many other cases, if I resort to the local dark force, I can explain why luck disappear once emerge and towards me for ever is the unbeneficial in all aspects of life in the local place.
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One method to verify if a new idea/theory might be is to see if it has commonweal/universalism (is applicable inter-discipline/able to solve physical or astronomical hard nuts in different fields.)
Bounce from thought to thought might not be a bad thing. “Seeking the commonweal/universalism” might be able to prevent “going too far in the wrong way”. If commonweal/universalism could be found, why not confidence…
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Seeking agreement on ideas, within the wider scientific community, is certainly a major pillar of the scientific method.

This does, however, add inertia to scientific progress
since the wider community can be persistently resistant to radically new ideas.

Perhaps, though, this is not a bad thing,
since the new ideas have to prove themselves to be substantially better than the old ones,
before they get accepted.

This should help avoid the scientific community dashing off down too many rabbit holes to no-where.
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Old Aug 14th 2019, 05:02 PM   #16
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holes

Actually, the largest holes are created by human. They are dubbed as "authentic" holes. Those small holes created by rabbits, mouse,crab,ant,bird,etc, are dubbed as "eccentric" holes.haha...
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