Frickin Astro Physics With SP.

Discussion in 'Science, Tech, & Space Exploration' started by Shadowprophet, Sep 8, 2017.

  1. Shadowprophet

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    This is a long Read, If your not into Science, Physics, Astrophysics, You may want to skip this one., So Sayeth the SP. Okay. Let's get right to it. The finite structure of the universe is actually binary, There are two structures that form the entirety of the cosmic web,

    Filaments and Voids
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    As you can see the Filaments are the brightly light clusters of galaxies and nebula and Messier objects While the Voids are Fairly self-explanatory. Save for this small fact. To be classified as a Void a region of space does not necessarily have to be completely devoid of matter. in many voids, Like this one,

    Boötes void

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    There are in fact a few filaments present. As can be seen in this infrared image of the same void.
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    The Bootes Void, of course, shows us a detailed look at a void and therefore the surrounding filaments
    Most of the matter you see within the void is actually on the other side of the void itself. though the brighter of the objects within are actually inside the void expanse.

    Until Recently It was thought that the Boötes void was the largest in the known universe,
    But like a lot of undiscovered truths, we couldn't see the bigger picture because we were too busy looking in the wrong place. It turns out the largest Void in the known universe is rather close to home, In fact, The Milkey way Galaxy sits inside of it.



    It's rather rare for a galaxy like ours to be all alone and not clustered within a filament, This leaves some scientists to question if once again our unique circumstances could have contributed to the origins of life in the universe.

    And that's all you get for a quarter.

    Peace out, SP...
     
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  2. Toroid

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    What can we get for fifty cents? I read recently that a dwarf galaxy was discovered orbiting the Milky Way. The explanation on why we couldn't see it in the past is because the frequency in which it's visual was being transmitted on Earth rendering it invisible. Maybe the same holds true with voids.
     
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  3. Shadowprophet

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    There is this possibility, and At the same time, It's likely true in a lot of cases. What I see when I look at the theory are the fundamental cycles in the ways particles react with one another. IN particle physics Atoms tend to pair off really at random and it's not completely understood why So some atoms align positively and other align negatively and the positive and the negative usually come into existence together. A counterpart. Or, If one wanted to look at it that way. As Binary. On off. Positive negative. Void Filament, When I look at the photos and examine the theory. I see nature repeating itself regardless of size, Every particle of mass is basically the same thing. Energy. Positive, And Negative. And I think the cosmic web reflects this binary nature, But that's just me brother Toroid :) I'm Weird :p
     
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    Sheltie good to the last drop

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  5. Shadowprophet

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    Everyone has an answer, My thoughts on it are literally nothing but that. Just thoughts. In a universe with infinite possibility, There is an infinite probability I'm simply wrong.
     
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  6. Shadowprophet

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    You know something, guys? the more I look at voids, It's just apparent to me. We can see through them, Light, in general, doesn't seem to escape from them, What if these voids are actually space time distortions where space-time is twisted or impressed in an unusual way? It makes sense to me, That how the math of a singularity works, There could be clusters in space time where the fabric of space time is folded, stretched, manipulated in such a way that physical matter is simply pushed out of those spaces. It seems to me that those voids. Even though we don't fully understand them. May, in fact, be (something) rather than nothing.

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  8. Kchoo

    Kchoo At Peace.

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    God's brain. Look at all those synapses!
     
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  9. Shadowprophet

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    You know, I've made that very analogy myself. More than once. If this turns out to be true. then all of reality is truly nothing but thought?
     
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  10. Kchoo

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    let's think about it spfor a second... ultimate evolution, ultimate intellect...

    Let's use AI conciousness for example....

    AI is purposed with learning, to become all knowing... and as machines surpass human intelligence levels and with an unlimited capacity to learn, and build for itself... what happens?

    Does it keep growing until it reaches understanding of universal energy and conciousness to such a level that it can then create autonomous planets, stars, solar systems, biological organisms and alternate realities... simply to seek and create knew learning experiences?

    Or is that just too far for a machine to reach?
     
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