Monday, June 25, 2012

The Big Bang didn't need God to start universe, researchers say | Fox News

The Big Bang didn't need God to start universe, researchers say | Fox News:

Here is another moronic story about physics.  This one, however, has a clever "red herring" twist.

Our universe could have popped into existence 13.7 billion years ago without any divine help whatsoever, researchers say.
That may run counter to our instincts, which recoil at the thought of something coming from nothing. But we shouldn't necessarily trust our instincts, for they were honed to help us survive on the African savannah 150,000 years ago, not understand the inner workings of the universe.
Instead, scientists say, we should trust the laws of physics.
The keyword here is "instincts."  They make it sound like anybody who is not a physicist is looking at the world from some kind of primal feeling perspective.  The idea of the Universe suddenly popping into existence 13.7 billion years ago actually runs counter to our intelligence.

The same physicists who believe in the Big Bang theory are also the same physicists who religiously promote the idea that matter can not be either created or destroyed.   These are the same physicists who believe the Universe is accurately explained by both Relativity theories and Quantum Mechanics; theories that make opposite predictions.

With a proper physics paradigm (and not the Standard Model paradigm) we can see that matter is constantly being created and destroyed, which is why the Universe is expanding in some places and contracting in others.  As such, there is about 13.7 billion years worth of matter, or in other words, it takes about 13.7 billion years on average for created matter to migrate to the center of a galaxy and disappear.  This would mean the Universe is eternal; always being both created and destroyed.

On the issue of God, God does show up in the physics.  All the fundamental forces of nature (electric, magnetic, and gravitational) reduce to a common factor, which is the Gforce.  The Gforce appears to be an all pervading, all encompassing, reciprocal force that drives the entire Universe.  It is the Will that perpetually keeps the Universe in its dynamic state.  Call it "God," or not, it does exist and it is part of the science of physics.

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

New Quantum Computing Algorithm Could Simulate Giant Particle Accelerators

New Quantum Computing Algorithm Could Simulate Giant Particle Accelerators:
"We believe this work could apply to the entire standard model of physics," Jordan says. "It could allow quantum computers to serve as a sort of wind tunnel for testing ideas that often require accelerators today."
Science as we know it is coming to an end.  Instead of observing nature to figure out how the Universe works, NIST is working on a computer program, which will tell nature how it should work according to the Standard Model of Particle Physics.

Forget the fact that there are several contradictory physics theories presently in use, which physicists must choose among in order to get the results they are looking for.  Forget the fact that most of particle physics is strictly a mathematical model of energy flow rather than a physical model of actual particle structure.  Forget the fact that physics is filled with nonsense such as a particle being its own wave, a particle of force, a particle of energy, a particle of mass, and imaginary and unseen particles.  The guys at NIST are so smart they can write equations that tell us precisely how unseen particles are behaving.  And when they look at their results, we can bet they will find exactly what they were looking for.

CERN is already a colossal waste of money that is not showing physicists what they want to see.  They are looking for the particle of mass they call the Higgs Boson, and it isn't there.  The reason for this is quite simple, mass is not matter or energy.  Mass is a dimension, much like length and time.  The problem is not the particle accelerators they are building, the problem is the theories they are working with.  The theories are fundamentally wrong despite their "successes."

The Standard Model theories don't work, therefore their reasoning is that there must be something wrong with nature.  So why waste money on expensive particle accelerators only to have nature not cooperate?  They can bypass nature altogether and write the scripts of reality, themselves.

The Aether Physics Model is the only physics paradigm that models the structures of the quantum realm based directly on the physical measurements of Classical Physics.  If NIST would look at the Aether Physics Model, they would get a proper perspective of reality, and they would be able to model quantum structures and mechanics very accurately.