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Type: Comic
Published: 6 years ago
Rating: General

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FlamingPaw
6 years ago
Just like most scientists, stubborn and won't accept that Yula could have actually had a vision ;3
Kurapika
6 years ago
haha! Very true xD
Kolo
6 years ago
It's not stubbornness. You can't simply believe something if you don't have proof. If you do, you're an idiot, not a scientist.
FlamingPaw
6 years ago
Stubborn may not have been the best of words, but you know what I meant...
DraculJOSHI
6 years ago
someone should give her a book about quantum physics.
Kolo
6 years ago
What does Quantum Physics have to do with this? This isn't nearly as fucked up or complicated as Quantum Physics xD
DraculJOSHI
6 years ago
Because quantum physics have a theory of a concept that everything is connected to eachother on a subatomic, 4 dimensional, energy level. Which means everything affects everything and that it is theoretically possible for someone or something to tell or even predict any event happening at any place or any time if it can interpret it's change.
FoxonTheFox
6 years ago
it's to do with electron shell configuration and the effect it has etc...
Kolo
6 years ago
You have no idea about Quantum physics bro.
Kolo
6 years ago
I know. I'm a Quantum Physicist. But it's single particles connected with eachother, and it only works in the quantum model. Nothing macro can work like that, unfortunately. It's called Quantum Entanglement for a reason.


Either that or I'm confusing it with something to do with symmetry. Fuck my head hurts right now. I just fell off my bike.
DraculJOSHI
6 years ago
Isn't quantum entanglement the connection between two quantum bits so that if one changes its state, the other one does so too regardless of distance?
Kolo
6 years ago
Yup. That's the one. Now that I'm stuffed full of paracetamol I can think clearly again.

Weren't you talking about more or less exactly that?
DraculJOSHI
6 years ago
not really.
Let me try to explain what I ment in easy metaphors.
what I ment is the idea, that every quantum in the universe affects any other one like a 4 or more dimensional fabric out of energy.
Everything that happens changes this fabric, moves it, stretches it etc.
In that case, something or someone who can 'read' this movements, would be able to decifer event that happen and change the fabric in their respective current time, as also events that already happened or will happen.
Kurapika
6 years ago
*Just sit down and smiles not knowing what is going on*

=)
Kolo
6 years ago
Macroscopic objects cannot directly FUCK I CAN'T FIND THE WORD (do things) with quantum objects.
We can't even observe quantum particles, nevermind FUCK I STILL CAN'T FIND THAT WORD with them.


Oh how fun it is to forget the same word in seven languages at the same time and therefore not being able to use it.
DraculJOSHI
6 years ago
interact?

Well, I would say, since we can't observe them yet, it can't be excluded just yet. Can't be proven, but might actually be possible, we will have to see how further discoveries go.
Kolo
6 years ago
We can observe them, just, not properly. And the laws of physics just won't allow for something like that. You're talking sense about all particles being connected, because a particle is just an excitement in the quantum field, but Quantum physics don't apply to anything bigger than an atom.
DraculJOSHI
6 years ago
When I say connected, it's really more like an influence thing. You know, like every atom attracts every other atom. (gravity)
Just on en subatomic energy level.
FoxonTheFox
6 years ago
meh you can blame my chemistry teacher for that lol, he had a PHD EDIT: I think he was meaning the phenomena of electron promotion and demotion giving off light lol
Kolo
6 years ago
Don't know. All I know, Electron shells is more Chemistry than Quantum Physics, though it is both. But electrons have no significant place in what we're talking about.
AtomicBurn
6 years ago
The funny part is that while you can't believe it without proof, you also can not disprove it without the same proof. rofl. And the guy above me talking about the fourth dimension seems to be referring to a form of the ripple effect. Just an observation.
DraculJOSHI
6 years ago
in that context, the fourth dimension is space-time, believe me, it's AFTER the fourth that things get really complicated, since it involves every possibility in space-time and things like that.

in other context, there can also be the dimensions of existence, which is a flowing spectrum, similar to light, in which we live. It is very likely that at least some fable creatures exist, just not in our recognaisable dimensions. Similar to how we can't see infrared or ultra violett light.
Kolo
6 years ago
It's just time. Space-time is the three space and one time dimensions. And unfortunately, according to our understanding of physics, no structures that are in any way comprehensible can exist in the seven quantum dimensions.
DraculJOSHI
6 years ago
there's a difference between not comprehensible and not existing. I think it is absolutely possible for such a structure to exist, I do however apply the fact that we couldn't possibly understand it by sheer nature of our existence.
Kolo
6 years ago
Science up in this bitch.
For once I'm arguing about something that has sense with someone who sees that sense. High-Five for physics.


By Incomprehensible I mean nothing can understand it and therefore no creature or machine would be able to see anything through them.


A much more plausible theory about how Yula saw that vision would be psionics of some sort. I don't know if that's possible, I'm not a Neurobiologist.
DraculJOSHI
6 years ago
Well, someone recently made au theory about the human mind being build on quantum mechanics and using a time-reversal which would mean that every human can in fact see a few seconds into the future on a subconcious level to see which way something would turn out better. There hasn't been any proof yet, but in an experiment with a few docent participants that had to randomly choose one of two randomised buttons, which should be a 50% split as far as I understood it, they actually hit the right (not the direction) one 80% of the time.

As I said, even if he is right, that only means we can hint at a true/false decision that lies about 1-3 seconds before us, so it really wouldn't be particularly ground shattering... just interresting.
Kolo
6 years ago
They hit the correct button more out of pure randomness. When something has a 50/50 chance of happening, that's the probability, not the outcome. If you flip a coin a thousand times, there's a chance that heads will come up each time. That won't change the fact that that coin has a 50/50 chance of landing on either heads or tails.

That someone has no knowledge of Quantum Theory. And time travels one way. Nothing can physically travel in time. Time can be slowed down or sped up, but it cannot be travelled through without wormholes. And we know for sure we don't have wormholes in our slow slow, 450mph brains.

It's also not a theory, it's a Hypothesis. A Hypothesis becomes a theory when there's scientific proof to back it up.


You cannot believe a Hypothesis like that until it is a theory. It's unscientific.
DraculJOSHI
6 years ago
I see.
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