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|#7 - >implying DBZ isn't an anime [+] (1 new reply)||01/04/2013 on dbz||0|
#10 - N. Korean citizen (01/05/2013) [-]
Didn't you hear? If the hardcore anime fans don't like it, then it must not be a real anime.
|#451 - This is the view of the religious authorities of most, if not …||09/11/2012 on Wise Words||+2|
|#15 - Yeah, go ahead and give spoilers for all those who haven't see… [+] (3 new replies)||09/02/2012 on The good cop, Bane cop...||-52|
|#43 - I really like the pepper character. Simple, unassuming outlook… [+] (1 new reply)||08/27/2012 on Salt Vs. Pepper||+19|
|#5 - The "This is Patrick" jokes never get old.||08/27/2012 on OC anti-emo 2||0|
|#9 - Why is it that the best pictures ever tend to be blurry?||08/27/2012 on Therapist Cat can solve...||0|
|#23 - One thing I don't understand is why it's not on frontpage yet. [+] (1 new reply)||08/27/2012 on wut||+40|
|#253 - Yes, but the issue of Quantum gravity is still unsolved. Gravi… [+] (1 new reply)||08/26/2012 on science||0|
|#121 - My pleasure, but his analogy wasn't based on the premise that … [+] (1 new reply)||08/26/2012 on science||0|
|#118 - Even if we end up with a sound understanding of Quantum Gravit… [+] (7 new replies)||08/26/2012 on science||+1|
#253 - hassanabdillah (08/26/2012) [-]
Yes, but the issue of Quantum gravity is still unsolved. Gravity makes sense in the backdrop of general relativity, the three other forces (strong nuclear, weak nuclear, electromagnetic) make sense in the backdrop of quantum mechanics. But gravity doesn't make sense in the world of quantum mechanics. So we are left with two dfferent laws of the universe. I remember one scientist putting it this way: general relativity works everywhere, and quantum mechanics works everywhere, but you can't have two everywheres.
#179 - N. Korean citizen (08/26/2012) [-]
Id just like to interjaculate into this real quick, religion v science arguaments go nowhere. Its a circle and you pretty much always get to the same point, they're both just theories
#121 - hassanabdillah (08/26/2012) [-]
My pleasure, but his analogy wasn't based on the premise that we are yet to completely understand gravity. It was based on the 'God of the Gaps' model of faith...where people use the concept of God as a gap-filler for scientific knowledge. This is, of course, overly simplistic.