posted on 10/29/2018 10:18:28 AM PDT
It could - but what explains misbehaving neutrons?......
posted on 10/29/2018 10:25:02 AM PDT
(I regret that I have but one subscription cancellation notice to give to my local newspaper.)
“Somehow, when the universe was about a tenth of a trillionth of a second old, the laws of nature skewed ever-so-slightly in the direction of matter.”
The only real way to do “speculative science” like this is to project the current conditions into the past and extrapolate what the universe must have been like then. Once you make the desperate leap to assuming that the most basic conditions like the physical laws must have been different in the past, you have compromised your own extrapolation. There is absolutely no way to determine anything about the past beyond the point where you postulate the physical laws were different, since you have no way to determine what those physical laws might have been like, or what the ramifications of those changes would have been.
posted on 10/29/2018 10:28:00 AM PDT
Since the universe is binary, you can have good neutrinos and bad neutrinos.
posted on 10/29/2018 10:33:42 AM PDT
by M Kehoe
(DRAIN THE SWAMP!)
posted on 10/29/2018 10:35:32 AM PDT
posted on 10/29/2018 10:55:11 AM PDT
("If I post an AWESOME MEME, STEAL IT! JUST RE-POST IT IN TWO PLACES PLEASE")
This is really a well written article. Thanks for posting.
posted on 10/29/2018 10:58:02 AM PDT
(I'd rather have Unequal Wealth than Equal Poverty.)
How wonderful we have met with a paradox.
Now we have some hope of making progress.
posted on 10/29/2018 11:04:37 AM PDT
by Steely Tom
([Seth Rich] == [the Democrat's John Dean])
Sounds like a job for
posted on 10/29/2018 11:21:56 AM PDT
Keep trying. It’s not alternate universes. It’s not the “multiverse.” It’s not matter popping in and out of existence. It’s not a simulation in some colossal video game. It’s not “something from nothing.” What do you think it could be?
posted on 10/29/2018 11:41:19 AM PDT
by I want the USA back
(The country is suffering from a hysterical obsession with race, skin color and national origin.)
Whenever a headline asks a question,
the answer is usually, “No.”
posted on 10/29/2018 12:11:51 PM PDT
(See more at Sparklite Times)
or, maybe Genesis 1:1 does . . .
posted on 10/29/2018 12:25:59 PM PDT
by Pilgrim's Progress
They are bothersome, but not on a universe disrupting level.
posted on 10/29/2018 12:30:06 PM PDT
(illegitimi non carborundum)
Real Science deals with How, not Why.
posted on 10/29/2018 4:01:30 PM PDT
("I am not entirely on anyone's side, because no one is entirely on mine." - J. R. R. Tolkien)
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