What will Physics give us this Century?

Posted: August 29, 2012 in Physics

Einstein changed the world in the 1900’s. What will anything that is currently being studied in Physics do to truly change our lives in the 2000’s? Does the fact we have found Higgs Bosom change anything? Maybe if all these amazingly smart people spent their energy seeking clean energy we would be far better off.

Maybe someone could explain to me if space and time are both relative and only truly measurable from with one’s own frame of reference why we use a velocity which is entirely based on space and time as a universal constant. I am told and I can believe that the speed of light is a limit as it relates to our frame of reference. But how can that same observation be true for all other possible frames of references. Our measurement of both space and time is only true for us. We spend so much time and money thinking that if we understand the smallest of things we can apply that to everything. I think we observe strange things at the particle level simply because we can not grasp that both our measurements of space and time is not relative at that frame of reference.

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Comments
  1. jryskmap says:

    You’re hopeless. People tell you things and they simply don’t sink in. All I can suggest is that you read Garciadiego. Otherwise, you’re hopeless. Whatever happens in the twenty-first century, you’ll certainly never understand it!

    Ryskamp, John Henry, Paradox, Natural Mathematics, Relativity and Twentieth-Century Ideas (June 17, 2008). Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=897085 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.897085

    • jetsrock says:

      John You are bordering on being plain mad. No need to be mean hearted due to the fact others believe all math concepts are not just folly. I have taken the time to read your paper and it is not clear enough to say you have proven anything. Keep trying but do not assume anyone beyond yourself agrees with you. I know my thoughts are not mainstream but I am not fooled into excepting I must be right and EVERYONE else is wrong. This ends my conversations with you.Best of luck.

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