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Is string theory science... (Score: 0)
by Anonymous on Wednesday, March 10, 2004 @ 22:25:53 GMT

.... well if you count the fact that has been drilled into our heads since grade school that anything that is not obvious to a fifth grader(1+1=2,2x2=4,etc) is theory. A theory is only as good as it can tie together other theories so that it would shine a light on the physical universe around us in a way that we can do useful work by it. Though there are many examples of large advances having been made on or despite bad theory . Good theory gives a framework for further research. As the area in which string theory theorizes is so new ,it is too early to tell.

Re: Is (Score: 1)
by ElectroDynaCat on Monday, March 15, 2004 @ 21:24:58 GMT
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The mathematics involved in string theory is so complex, it can only be roughly skimmed over, even by someone well versed in post graduate higher mathematics. We mere mortals will have to be satisfied with the explanations of it that we have been given by the Physics Gods.
One interesting point about string theory that should perk up everybody's ears: What makes those little strings vibrate and do all those things the theory describes? Zero Point Fluxuations.

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by seanu on Friday, September 10, 2004 @ 13:59:49 GMT
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There is a theory that the more you look at the Universe, the more use try to observe it and explain its behaviour, the more complex it becomes. In 100 years we could have 10 different theories for quantum effects (aside from quantum theory), all of which WILL be correct, and the application of which will produce expected results. So, a Unified Field Theory, or Theory of Everything, must actually be a theory of perception, will and actualisation. This will let us create theories of new physics that exert our will on the universe and be actualised through our perception. This itself would be a theory, and only actualised through our willingness to perceive it. And if it is actualisable, the universe will be more complex the more we look at. So why make the Universe such a complex place if we control its complexity?


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