' global conservation of energy can't even be defined for the universe ' Brent
It means that global conservation of energy is infinite . And this infinite energy belong to the vacuum because that more than 90% of mass ( dark mass/energy ) is hidden in the vacuum How to understand vacuum's infinity ? Vacuum's infinity has only one physical parameter: T=0K. = On Feb 11, 7:48 pm, meekerdb <meeke...@verizon.net> wrote: > On 2/11/2013 2:51 AM, socra...@bezeqint.net wrote: > > > I wrote that Planck gave answer to the questions: > > How to understand Alice's Quantumland ? > > How to describe the Universe as it really is ? > > > Does somebody disagree with Planck ? > > Well for one thing it appears that global conservation of energy can't even > be defined for > the universe (no timelike Killing field) - so it can hardly be the foundation > of physics. > > Brent > > > > > = > > > On Feb 10, 7:46 am, "socra...@bezeqint.net"<socra...@bezeqint.net> > > wrote: > >> How to describe the Universe as it really is ? > >> =. > >> In his " Scientific Autobiography" Max Planck wrote : > >> ' The outside world is something independent from man, > >> something absolute, and the quest for the laws which apply > >> to this absolute appeared to me as the most sublime scientific > >> pursuit in life. ' > > >> What are these ' laws which apply to this absolute ' world ? > >> ==.. > >> In the beginning Planck wrote, that " From young years.... > >> the search of the laws, concerning to something absolute, > >> seemed to me the most wonderful task in scientist s life." > >> And after some pages Planck wrote again, that > >> " the search for something absolute seemed to me the > >> most wonderful task for a researcher." > >> And after some pages Planck wrote again, that > >> the most wonderful scientific task for me was > >> searching of something absolute." > >> ==.. > >> And as for the relation between relativity and absolute > >> Planck wrote, that the fact of " relativity assumes the > >> existence of something absolute" ; > >> "the relativity has sense when something absolute resists it. > >> Planck wrote that the phrase " all is relative " misleads us, > >> because there is something absolute . > >> And the most attractive thing was for Planck > >> to find something absolute that was hidden in its foundation. > >> 3. > >> And Planck explained what there is absolute in the physics: > >> a) The Law of conservation and transformation energy,. > >> b) The negative 4D continuum, > >> c) The speed of light quanta, > >> d) The maximum entropy which is possible > >> at temperature of absolute zero: T=0K. > >> ==. > >> I think that these four Planck's points are foundation of science. > >> =. > >> socratus- Hide quoted text - > > - Show quoted text - -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "Everything List" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an email to everything-list+unsubscr...@googlegroups.com. To post to this group, send email to email@example.com. Visit this group at http://groups.google.com/group/everything-list?hl=en. For more options, visit https://groups.google.com/groups/opt_out.