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The New Layout by BioWizard on May 5th, 2009, 4:53 pm
I've spent the past 2 weeks working near nonstop on upgrading the forums. I'm tired and I'm annoyed with all the bugs that had to be fixed. There are still some more processes to run and some kinks to iron out. I just want this to be done already! The last few days have been exceptionally taxing. Nobody should ever have to do this much coding in a short amount of time, while they're working on their dissertation research...
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Everything is so amazing and nobody is happy by BioWizard on May 14th, 2009, 12:08 pm
People are perpetually cranky, and the better and easier things become, the crankier and less satisfied everyone seems to be. I've always liked Louis CK, and I don't think anyone could've said it funnier.

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A bit of sadness creeping in by JohnD on April 30th, 2013, 1:08 am
I visit and write in these forums my views, my thoughts and my beliefs. If someone sees them worthy and adds them to their own I'm proud, I'm joyous and I'm thankful. But when I write and am ignored or have my words rephrased by someone else or worse still when my words are attributed to another no matter their qualifications then I'm saddened because then I'm nothing, I have no meaning, no value to speak of. For whatever reason it has been done it has been done to me and truly I don't understand why.
True I don't have the academic qualifications that others here have, but then I was lead to believe it wasn't necessary.
It's a bit of sadness creeping in that I feel I need to resort to this soliloquy in order to get things off my chest.
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Quantum Gravity final instalment by Anonymous on December 17th, 2012, 4:57 pm
Setting aside the philosophical implications of this quantum gravity model, which I explore extensively in my philosophy of the bloody obvious, there are some consequences for physics which may make this important science once again accessible to the man of common sense.
We are easily able to draw many conclusions from this model which eradicate the inherent paradoxes of general relativity, but my life’s goal has been to hurl quantum mechanics into the conceptual dustbin where it belongs. It has been the most confusing mathematical fiddle in the history of science and a monstrous affront to fundamental reason. Every event has a cause. There are no exceptions. Only existence itself can be self-causal.

It is no easy matter to regard ourselves as hurtling through time at the speed of light like a cosmic missile but if we manage to conceptualise this we see the universe quite differently.
Naturally time warps, wormholes, singularities, causal loops and all the other impossibilities vanish f...

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Quantum Gravity Part 1 by Anonymous on December 14th, 2012, 6:13 am
1. Where did we go wrong?

This quantum gravity model of the universe proceeds from some basic principles of fundamental logic. In that sense I regard the problem of quantum gravity as a conceptual one, as opposed to a physical one, but this conceptual approach has profound consequences for the laws of physics.

A quantum theory of gravity cannot be contained within the current conceptual framework of physics. General relativity and quantum mechanics both make predictions about our universe which violate the most fundamental law of reality. Matters must proceed in an orderly fashion. An event can only occur if it has been made to occur by a previous event. This chain of causality must be traceable all the way back to the most fundamental units of reality. A random occurrence, anywhere in this causal chain, is a conceptual absurdity, because this broken chain of causality thus renders the universe incomprehensible. Yet we comprehend it. The philosophy of the bloody...

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