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I hope my questions are not regarded as stupid . I am a pharmacist and therefore physics is mostly an unfamiliar domain to me , however extremely interesting.


Jun
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awarded  Scholar
Jun
17
accepted Cosmology and TOE
Jun
17
comment Cosmology and TOE
So if i understood you correctly , you mean that the ultimate laws of physics ( TOE )or the most fundamental will be laws applied since t=0 (i.e start of the bigbang ) and these laws would be the same or immutable since then (i.e at planck area after few seconds of bigbang and now )
Jun
17
comment Cosmology and TOE
physics.stackexchange.com/q/10078
Jun
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asked Cosmology and TOE
Jun
2
comment Is Brownian motion a deterministic system?
so you are saying that brownian motion is indeterministic because of only lake of knowledge of initial conditions ?
Jun
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comment Is Brownian motion a deterministic system?
Yes , but then would that mean that there are indeterminism in classical physics as well as quantum physics ?
Jun
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asked Is Brownian motion a deterministic system?
Apr
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awarded  Commentator
Apr
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comment Early time in the Big Bang
Thank you again
Apr
29
comment Early time in the Big Bang
If u dont mind can u give a mathematical example ? (As simple as possible)
Apr
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comment Early time in the Big Bang
Sorry if i am taking so long , just a last comment, how can we then call TOE immutable laws if the change when tempreture change ?
Apr
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comment Early time in the Big Bang
Don't mathematical expression is like 2x +5 and equation is 2x+5=7 as examples of both
Apr
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comment Early time in the Big Bang
Thank you alot , just to check the change is in mathematical expression not equations ?
Apr
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comment Early time in the Big Bang
So it is like different equations within the theory itself ? I.e tempreture is not the cause of the change of the equations ?
Apr
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comment Early time in the Big Bang
And these immutable laws of TOE would be the same from the start of bigbang ? I.e nit changed when tempreture cool down and SSB occur ?
Apr
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comment Early time in the Big Bang
Then why are there laws more fuundamental than others ?
Apr
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comment Early time in the Big Bang
thanks alot for answer , but allow me to be nore specefic i want to know does Fundamental laws of physics change when tempreture cool and SSB happen ? Ive always read that fundamental laws of nature are tge same since the begining and doesnt change . Not after few seconds if big bang , not now , not tomorrow ...etc
Apr
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awarded  Student
Apr
28
asked Early time in the Big Bang