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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by scrimmer, Apr 10, 2019.
I always wondered where they went!
Alive, in the superunknown...
The collaboration in this discovery is worth considering. It left me thinking that sort of work will help us (Homo Sapiens) with other great discoveries and problem solving.
Just wondering, if it keeps growing would it end up "eating" the universe?
No. It will eventually dissolve, over an unimaginably great span of time (as far as we know now). Anyhoo, the ongoing expansion of space-time will ensure that all matter in the universe will not "collapse" or be consumed into one massive singularity. Instead, the universe will fade into cold and darkness, with each particle completely isolated in the cold and dark. A reassuring thought, to be sure.
The heat death of the universe. You can find solace in the fact that you, I, and every other living thing on this planet will be long dead by then
Well, hey - at least all of my particles will still be hanging around!
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I downloaded the paper last night from the computer in the lobby of the resort where I’m staying. I found the paper by typing the title into the bing search bar. Printing 33 pages with color figures took a while. There were a few people wanting to print boarding passes waiting for my print job to finish. I’ve gotten through the second section with the images and calculated images and need to reread from the beginning before reading on. Thankfully the math as presented is pretty straight forward. Thanks again. The paper will be a good read between California and NY when I head home. I’ll need to sleep on the first leg from Kauai.
Well, assuming we all get off this wheel of Samsara.