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Originally Posted by kyle-reece View Post
So you're saying that there can be things that exist outside of everything that exists?
yeah, there can only be one universe, the multiverse theory was proven wrong millennia ago.
If things do exist outside of what "exists", we simply change the definition of exist or make up a new word for the rest of the stuff. Why is that so hard to wrap your mind around?

A dictionary does not dictate all that is possible.
Edited by SilverPotato - 8/11/11 at 2:43pm
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Originally Posted by Riou View Post
. That is like saying because latin existed before algebra, algebra does not exist.
No it's not, besides algebra is older than Latin.
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No it's not, besides algebra is older than Latin.
Nope. Classic Latin arose in the 1st century. Algebra came about several hundred years later. You are either a troll or just an ignorant fool who loves to talk out of his/her ass.

Do you research anything before you decide that you think you know what you are talking about?

Yes the basics of algebra are ancient. But modern algebra is several hundred years younger than latin.
    
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I saw this documentary once explaining this kind of theory. He used a frog as an example when it gets eaten by a fish. Now the frog just sits there and gets eaten. Does that mean the frog can only see 2 dimensions and that the third is beyond it's capabilities of understanding.
I would say that it means that they found a really stupid frog.

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Everybody here who is bashing this research is too simple minded to possibly comprehend the future applications of this work. Studying the most basic and fundamental properties of physics is one of the most important things that can be funded in science.
Uh...the possible existence of a multiverse is a "basic" and "fundamental" principal of physics? Methinks only the people who actually understand the math involved would agree with that statement.

Your other points in this thread, as vitriloic and condescending as they have been, are well taken. However, I refuse to get excited about anything as esoteric as a multiverse experiment. I state again, get the eggheads working on something equally impossible but that we actually might care about, and then I'll get on the "Wow, that's neat" bandwagon.
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Nope. Classic Latin arose in the 1st century. Algebra came about several hundred years later. You are either a troll or just an ignorant fool who loves to talk out of his/her ass.
Algebra is nearly 4 millenia old... latin is about 3
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Algebra is nearly 4 millenia old... latin is about 3
Way to cut off the end of my post that acknowledged that... However, algebra as we know it is younger than latin. Only the very basics of algebra are that old.
    
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I don't see why a multiverse can't exist. All that's been said in this thread by the naysayers is that by DEFINITION, there can't be more than one universe. DEFINITIONS come from our experiences. If we've never seen anything outside of our universe (a second universe), then of course our definition of "universe" would be everything.

Who's to say a parallel universe doesn't exist in a 4th dimension we've yet to discover? Why must there only be 3 dimensions?
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I don't see why a multiverse can't exist. All that's been said in this thread by the naysayers is that by DEFINITION, there can't be more than one universe. DEFINITIONS come from our experiences. If we've never seen anything outside of our universe (a second universe), then of course our definition of "universe" would be everything.

Who's to say a parallel universe doesn't exist in a 4th dimension we've yet to discover? Why must there only be 3 dimensions?
...Anything we can observe would be part of the universe by definition, you can't have a multiverse because if there was another universe it would by the definition have to be part of the universe and therefore cease to be a different entity as soon as we can observe it.
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post #130 of 147
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Originally Posted by kyle-reece View Post
Algebra is nearly 4 millenia old... latin is about 3
Lets assume you are right. Other examples are calculus, Newtonian physics, quantum physics, nuclear fission, C++ programming language, and DNA.

These concepts existed hundred and hundreds of years after modern Latin. What you are saying is because these concepts were discovered after Latin was created, they do not exist because they were not originally a word in the latin dictionary.
Edited by Riou - 8/11/11 at 4:54pm
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