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Jul
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comment Is space-time a Kantian concept - just a concept of the working mind?
@Zet: Penrose's (or any modern) ideas about (proving) consciousness are wrong. Man as he is has no consciousness. To understand fundamental laws of the universe man has to study the universe AND himself at the same time. The same fundamental laws govern stars/galaxies AND man's psychology (say, all organic life). It is the greatest illusion that man thinks he is conscious. It's a nature's trick for a man unable to see reality as it is. Among scientists Einstein/Tesla (and some other) felt this, but didn't have a chance/luck to find some clues about exact knowledge of man/universe.
May
27
answered Is there physics behind the layout of a piano keyboard?
May
21
comment Are there any causeless phenomena from the mainstream physical viewpoint?
The biggest mistake/illusion is this -> people believe they are conscious. As we are, we (people) are conscious maybe few minutes through all our life. In fact, we are totaly governed by every single outer impression. Like a robot/program. Input -> output. Very few people (from ancient times till today) understood this and stoped being a "robot". With us/robots everything happens, (almost (!)) nothing is/was ever made/invented/etc. consciously. Of course, hardcore scientist will never beleive this - but this is the biggest obstacle for a scientist to get a better understanding of the universe.
May
11
asked Could one estimate the size of air-molecules based on analysis of the sound?
May
9
awarded  Notable Question
Apr
27
answered Why Don't Birds Stall?
Mar
21
asked Is super-position actually an elementary-particle's third state?
Feb
23
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Feb
23
comment Question about relative speeds on a different “scales of perception”
So this means, "proton-sized-people" would describe the universe quite differently? Or would all their observed/calculated intrinsic (of the universe) constants be just proportionaly scaled (and thus equal) to our observed/calculated constants?
Feb
22
comment Question about relative speeds on a different “scales of perception”
Thanks for all the answers.
Feb
22
accepted Question about relative speeds on a different “scales of perception”
Feb
22
asked Question about relative speeds on a different “scales of perception”
Jan
3
asked General relativity && quantum mechanics “incompatibillity”
Sep
12
asked Can physics (ever) explain intrinsic properties of nature?
Jul
25
accepted Would a sea level rise (on the other side of the Earth) if you would dip your finger into the ocean?
Jul
18
asked Would a sea level rise (on the other side of the Earth) if you would dip your finger into the ocean?
May
9
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
27
comment Are there any practical applications of the uncertainty principle
Can a probability of a basketball "tunneling" through a wall ever reach exactly 0? If not, does this mean: The Moon can "tunnel" through the Earth (with insanely small probability)?
Jan
30
comment What is stopping us from stick building a space station?
"What is stopping us?" Idiots who rule the world...
Jan
17
comment Why is the universe so organized?
+1 for "3. Time".