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My Man - Sir Issac Newton
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07-22-2019 03:11 AM


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RE: My Man - Sir Issac Newton
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-22-2019 01:14 AM)
Minkowski space is pretty cool.

Einstein thought there were hidden variables waiting to be discovered which is why he said "God does not place dice". It might be better to say if God doesn't play dice he influences the game from a long way off. Bell's inequality proved there could not be local hidden variables but did not prove there could not be non-local ones.

Newton was a genius but I heard he spent the last ten years of his life looking for Bible codes.

My first homework problem in graduate mechanics was us Newtons laws to prove Kepler's laws of planetary motion.

Are Newton's Laws universal?

Every object in a state of uniform motion will remain in that state of motion unless an external force acts on it.
Force equals mass times acceleration [ f(t)=m\,a(t) ].
For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.

Works good in our physical, 3rd dimensional reality, but what about other dimensions? How about a 4th dimensional hyper cube, or tesseract? What about higher dimensions?

If this Law is universally true, then how can we support a "Big Bang" theory? How can you create something from absolute nothing? If some outside force created the known universe, then what is it, and what created that force, and what force created the initial force, and so on? the equation goes on forever stuck in a 3D loop.

Quantum mechanics takes you a step further...but not far enough. We still only process information from 3 dimensions.

Maybe why he spent the last 10 years of his life studying the Bible. The answer is not to be found here, not now, and not in this place.
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07-22-2019 03:52 AM


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RE: My Man - Sir Issac Newton
Newtons laws are only applicable to normal objects. If you get very massive or very fast objects you have to use general relativity. For very small objects its quantum mechanics.

Newtons genius was that he came up with the accurate laws of motion at a time when people were being taught based on Aristotlean science. Before Newton they believed that rocks fell to the ground because they wanted to be near other rocks not because of gravity.

Tycho Brahe made accurate observations without a telescope using a mechanical device which allowed Kepler to discover his laws of planetary motion. Newton showed that these laws were a natural result of the inverse square gravitational force. Really astounding for its time.
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