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You Had to Ask #56 
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Friday, November 1st, 2013 | 08:29 pm (UTC) - you had to ask # 56
Anonymous
first question: what do you think of the chevrolet impala especially the one from the series supernatural? second question: have you ever listened to any song by the rockband the cult? third and final question: do you enjoy getting out of the city and embracing the beauty of the outdoors and nature? corey donaldson ps i think that the chevrolet impala is a cool looking car especially the ones from the late 50's to the late 60's including the black one from the series supernatural which is a great tv show if you ever decide to watch it someday. if you enjoy great rock music check out these songs by the cult on youtube like go west,a flower in the desert,rider in the snow,she sells sanctuary,love,rain,wild flower,peace dog,love removal machine,sunking,edie (ciao baby)and sweet soul sister.
Saturday, November 2nd, 2013 | 03:57 am (UTC) - Possibilities of M-theory
Anonymous
We're yet to fully design experiments to capitalise and prove the other dimensions of our universe. Those might help better explain some of the as yet unexplainable occurrences we observe... and further narrowly define concepts such as where a deity could exist, what 'miracles' are, and alter the complexity of models such as the Drake, Fermi or Maxwell equations...

"Wheres the energy and stuff coming from to sustain all these universes at the same time..."
Assuming each universe had a start time, and was discrete at its beginning, and did not become 'connected' to other universes for some time after its beginning...
Each universe would have its own individual supply inherent in its start conditions, as each instance is a discrete and separate entity. Sorta like how cells in our body are all duplicates of very similar cells; though each cell has its own supply.
There would be, implied by the universal constraints, an ultimate limit to a bunch of stuff in each universe...

The real things of interest would be finding out what types of universes there are, how many of the lifeforms in other universes beat stuff like atrophy (the big crunch) and resource exhaustion for differing kinds of life --- those seem to be very real problems for us in this universe.
And, theres a small problem in M-theory, in that it seems a lot of universes are non-existent or atrophy very quickly after beginning... a lot of universes become 'null' universes... a staggering thought when you pause to consider, much as a computer can 'Blue Screen of Death" at any random time (t), that so too could our universe, the reality we call home, at any time t suddenly 'turn off'.

Oh, and learning we're not alone as sentient beings after all/sole source of life in existence as we know it would be pretty neat too.

But, you're all quite correct in suggesting: "This sounds eerily similar to stuff we've heard before..." and observing that the theory is built upon a pile of stacked assumptions, like Jenga.
Thats why stuff like the Higgs-Boson are so exciting - discoveries like that are steps on the way to proving/disproving some of these theories...
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