I got to thinking that the universe must really be conceivably empty but provably is not. So I got the idea that each dimension cannot contain it's own number. e.g. zero zero's in the zero'th etch.
Any Mathematicians/Physicists that can confirm this please?
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22 Jul '17 21:18>1 edit
This gave rise to the notion that each dimension is itself empty and instead defined by it's surrounding dimensions. e.g 3 is a combination of 2nd and 4th.
A bit like seeing the image of a whale in an underwater slipstream.
What do you think?
edit. So trying to see a 3 in the third dimension would be a bit like trying to see the whole of a swimming pool that you're stood in. You'd need to get out the pool to see the pool in it's entirety.
Originally posted by @christopher-albon Is that arrogance talking or do you care to share?
If you would like to come up with new theories, you should first understand the current ones. Start with special relativity - grab a book on electrodynamics and have a go.
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Originally posted by @kazetnagorra If you would like to come up with new theories, you should first understand the current ones. Start with special relativity - grab a book on electrodynamics and have a go.
First rule of science is to check the instruments isn't it? I must be rusty!
Edit. Is that why those probes you fired off are off course, relatively speaking?
Originally posted by @christopher-albon First rule of science is to check the instruments isn't it?
what has "check the instruments" got to do with understanding the current scientific theories (which you clearly don't and that is just part of your problem) ? -your responses make no sense. You seem to be unable to follow the conversation let alone understanding the current scientific theories.