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Counterarguments to lateral abstraction as a fundamental
Mon Jul 31, 2017 9:02pm
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basis of reality....

- gravity waves which suggest that space and time are real and act as a fluid medium of some sort

- cosmic microwave background assumed to be emitted during recombination which suggests that particles existed even though they were not visible, further indicating that there doesn't really seem to be any threshold for them to flash into existence in the first place as they do in collider experiments

- imaginary numbers don't seem to have any gravitational effects, unlike black holes, so why would a black hole retain its mass and gravity if it has become an invisible, acausal, abstract or "lateral", entity?


One might conclude after all the facts are carefully considered... that the universe just doesn't make any fcuking sense!


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