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    Quote Originally Posted by thebigund View Post
    Gravity comes from mass. I think the hard question you tried to ask was why/how does gravity exist.
    No, I asked the correct question. Mind blowing stuff, not simple.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Christopher Moen View Post
    No, I asked the correct question. Mind blowing stuff, not simple.


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    The Higgs field.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EC8CH View Post
    The Higgs field.
    Particle interaction - interesting stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Christopher Moen View Post
    Particle interaction - interesting stuff.
    This thread has drifted pretty far but I will throw something in regarding gravity and particle interaction:

    The Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) is a partnership between Caltech, MIT, and the National Science Foundation. LIGO’s job is to detect small fluctuations in gravitational waves that are caused by stellar black holes colliding millions and billions of light years away.
    Until recently, the idea that gravity waves even existed, let alone compress and stretch space-time like a Slinky was only theoretical. Why are gravitational waves important? Because they prove that the very space and time we live in is, in fact, flexible.
    Scientists interested in interstellar travel theorize that a spacecraft that could produce gravitational waves could bend space-time until the craft reaches its destination. Since the spacecraft would not be traveling through space-time but bending it (think of a short cut though a traversible wormhole), time would not elapse and the craft would reach its destination much faster than traveling at the speed of light. (It also avoids the problem of the inertial mass of the spacecraft increasing as it approaches the speed of light). See video presentation of interstellar travel by Dr. Eric Davis. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OGYmowtelzA

    The U.S. government has been teleporting objects such as electrons for over a decade. Yes, teleportation is real. In 2017 the Micius satellite confirmed successful teleportation of a quantum object from Earth to orbit. See below.

    https://www.technologyreview.com/s/6...arth-to-orbit/
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    I'm Big Undie derp. Everything is trivial and below me derp. including wins in football derp

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bisman View Post
    This thread has drifted pretty far but I will throw something in regarding gravity and particle interaction:

    The Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO). A partnership between Caltech, MIT, and the National Science Foundation, LIGO’s job is to detect small fluctuations in gravitational waves that are caused by stellar black holes colliding millions and billions of light years away.
    Until recently, the idea that gravity waves even existed, let alone compress and stretch space-time like a Slinky was only theoretical. Why are gravitational waves important? Because they prove that the very space and time we live in is, in fact, flexible, and sometimes very flexible (interstellar travel?).

    The U.S. government has been teleporting objects such as electrons for over a decade. Yes, teleportation is real. Recently,the Micius satellite confirmed successful teleportation of a quantum object from Earth to orbit. See below.

    https://www.technologyreview.com/s/6...arth-to-orbit/
    Teleporting a photon 500 KM is a tiny feat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bisman View Post
    This thread has drifted pretty far but I will throw something in regarding gravity and particle interaction:

    The Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO). A partnership between Caltech, MIT, and the National Science Foundation, LIGO’s job is to detect small fluctuations in gravitational waves that are caused by stellar black holes colliding millions and billions of light years away.
    Until recently, the idea that gravity waves even existed, let alone compress and stretch space-time like a Slinky was only theoretical. Why are gravitational waves important? Because they prove that the very space and time we live in is, in fact, flexible, and sometimes very flexible (interstellar travel?).

    The U.S. government has been teleporting objects such as electrons for over a decade. Yes, teleportation is real. Recently,the Micius satellite confirmed successful teleportation of a quantum object from Earth to orbit. See below.

    https://www.technologyreview.com/s/6...arth-to-orbit/
    Disassembling and reassembling? No thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Christopher Moen View Post
    Teleporting a photon 500 KM is a tiny feat.
    KM? Not sure what that stands for, did you mean km?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thebigund View Post
    KM? Not sure what that stands for, did you mean km?
    Show off, you only know the metric system so well because of all your recruits who's weight is measured in kilograms, eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thebigund View Post
    KM? Not sure what that stands for, did you mean km?
    You're asking what KM stands for while claiming to know what km stands for? You might be too dumb to be mind-blown by science.
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