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Date Posted: 05:15:41 06/24/20 Wed
Author: Who4m1
Subject: True and fascinating
In reply to: River Acheron 's message, "It's complicated..." on 02:21:55 06/19/20 Fri

Took me a bit to read your answer, but it is a beautiful answer nonetheless. I know a bit about the science, too, (and am completely fascianted by it) and yeah, the variation of the constants really does make much possible. I mean if you just start to imagine what would happen with a different planck constant...
I did not read the exact literature about the theories, but I am pretty sure, there would still remain some of the universal things that do not depend on the constants like that energy does not vanish or is created, some things like that (correct me if I'm wrong there).

And that would mean that whenever an author violates that the story wouldn't exist. I really liked the idea in one of the answers of the magazine though, that authors can sometimes see between the universes. And if small details are wrong, maybe the story is actually true and the author just got something wrong.

But back to the other thing, infinity is so insane and so wonderful. Thinking about those theories is just amazing. I'm really curious what we are gonna find out in the next decades.
I mean just recently for example the dark energy was heavily questioned and some are not that sure that it exists anymore, though it probably still is necassary. I don't know how deep you are in the science, but I think it is really so damn fascinating. xD (Really enjoying the discussion btw and am gald you contributed that little essay ;) )

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  • How much we don't understand -- Who4m1, 05:37:00 06/24/20 Wed

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