202 reputation
213
bio website
location
age
visits member for 2 years, 9 months
seen Apr 22 '14 at 22:44

Derfder is my name ;)


Apr
10
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
27
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
1
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
4
awarded  Notable Question
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Sep
19
awarded  Nice Question
Feb
5
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
12
revised Can we actually prove with 100% accuracy that there is more than 3 dimensions plus time (t,x,y,z)?
deleted 1 characters in body
Dec
12
comment Can we actually prove with 100% accuracy that there is more than 3 dimensions plus time (t,x,y,z)?
We have trouble to see small articles. In fact we just "calculate" their presence, because of how other articles interacted etc. Therefore speaking about 11 dimensions is in my opinion just a speculation and theory and I get mad when some scientists want to kill you because they think that these mathematical "ideas" that works on their paper is how it really is. Look, if something is based on some kind of evidence, like the infrared or other light from the star and you measure it or some other thing that can be observed or measured, than OK. But when somebodys speaking about 11 dimensions?WTF?
Dec
12
revised Can we actually prove with 100% accuracy that there is more than 3 dimensions plus time (t,x,y,z)?
edited title
Dec
12
accepted Can we actually prove with 100% accuracy that there is more than 3 dimensions plus time (t,x,y,z)?
Dec
12
comment Can we actually prove with 100% accuracy that there is more than 3 dimensions plus time (t,x,y,z)?
Thanks, that's all I wanted to be sure of. That all these things speaking about more than time plus x,y,x are only hypotheses. Thanks.
Dec
12
comment Can we actually prove with 100% accuracy that there is more than 3 dimensions plus time (t,x,y,z)?
Thanks, so you are saying that it's not 100% sure that there are more than 3 dimensions plus time?
Dec
12
revised Can we actually prove with 100% accuracy that there is more than 3 dimensions plus time (t,x,y,z)?
added 2 characters in body
Dec
12
revised Can we actually prove with 100% accuracy that there is more than 3 dimensions plus time (t,x,y,z)?
added 1 characters in body
Dec
12
asked Can we actually prove with 100% accuracy that there is more than 3 dimensions plus time (t,x,y,z)?
Sep
26
comment How big should a lens of a telescope be so we can see the American flag on the Moon from the Earth's surface?
@DanNeely do you know about some theories or ideas that could somehow "fake" that and make us see that without having so big lense? Are there some ideas or hyphoteses like that ;) ?
Sep
26
accepted How big should a lens of a telescope be so we can see the American flag on the Moon from the Earth's surface?
Sep
26
asked How big should a lens of a telescope be so we can see the American flag on the Moon from the Earth's surface?
Sep
24
awarded  Yearling