Big bang and an intelligent pregnant woman.


socratus
#1
Big bang and an intelligent pregnant woman.

According to ‘big bang’ the Universe exists 14 billion years.
Woman gives birth to a reasonable child during 280 days.
A body made up of perhaps 100 trillion different cells.
A single human cell contains as much information as a library
with a thousand volumes.
Book: “ The unity of Nature”
“ The information content in the nucleus of a single human cell
is comparable to that of a library containing a thousand volumes.”
/ page 40, by Carl Friedrich von Weizsacker /
https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carl_F...eizs%C3%A4cker (external - login to view)

Question:
How can 100 trillion different cells (100 trillion libraries with a
thousand volumes in each) create a reasonable child ( by the chance )
during 9 months if according to the Probability theory it is impossible?

By the chance woman must be pregnant more than 14 billion years
before to give live to her reasonable child.

So, before a ‘ big bang’ was an intelligent woman.
She was pregnant and gave life to a child . . . and . . . . and . . .
. . . . after 13.7 billion years and after many generation a child
invented the ‘ big bang’ theory.
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Angstrom
#2
Quote: Originally Posted by socratusView Post

Big bang and an intelligent pregnant woman.

According to ‘big bang’ the Universe exists 14 billion years.
Woman gives birth to a reasonable child during 280 days.
A body made up of perhaps 100 trillion different cells.
A single human cell contains as much information as a library
with a thousand volumes.
Book: “ The unity of Nature”
“ The information content in the nucleus of a single human cell
is comparable to that of a library containing a thousand volumes.”
/ page 40, by Carl Friedrich von Weizsacker /
https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carl_F...eizs%C3%A4cker (external - login to view)

Question:
How can 100 trillion different cells (100 trillion libraries with a
thousand volumes in each) create a reasonable child ( by the chance )
during 9 months if according to the Probability theory it is impossible?

By the chance woman must be pregnant more than 14 billion years
before to give live to her reasonable child.

So, before a ‘ big bang’ was an intelligent woman.
She was pregnant and gave life to a child . . . and . . . . and . . .
. . . . after 13.7 billion years and after many generation a child
invented the ‘ big bang’ theory.
=================…

And since time is relative to speed, who is directly proportional to size. 280 of our days is possibly 14 billion years for something as small as a cell.

Time is also the missing force that creates gravity.

Imagine how much energy it takes to push the universe forward in time....

Everything is relative.

 
socratus
#3
Quote: Originally Posted by AngstromView Post

And since time is relative to speed,
who is directly proportional to size.
280 of our days is possibly 14 billion years for something as small as a cell.

Time is also the missing force that creates gravity.
Imagine how much energy it takes to push the universe forward in time....
Everything is relative.

Time is relative conception.
God created the world in six (6) days.
Six (6) of our days is possibly 14 billion years for God
God created big bang . . . . . and imagine how much energy
was taken to God to push the universe forward in time.
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Angstrom
#4
Quote: Originally Posted by socratusView Post

Time is relative conception.
God created the world in six (6) days.
Six (6) of our days is possibly 14 billion years for God
God created big bang . . . . . and imagine how much energy
was taken to God to push the universe forward in time.
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As much energy then, the tree time I played God with my wife and created 3 of my own universes.
 
socratus
#5
Quote: Originally Posted by AngstromView Post

As much energy then, the tree time
I played God with my wife and created 3 of my own universes.

Ohhh . . . you are a great man
i wish you health and more universes
All the best
Israel
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Angstrom
#6
Quote: Originally Posted by socratusView Post

Ohhh . . . you are a great man
i wish you health and more universes
All the best
Israel
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Wife says universes are hard on her body to make, She says no more uniserses for me.

Best to find a new universe maker

Quote: Originally Posted by socratusView Post

Time is relative conception.
God created the world in six (6) days.
Six (6) of our days is possibly 14 billion years for God
God created big bang . . . . . and imagine how much energy
was taken to God to push the universe forward in time.
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It's the opposite six of his days is many billion of years for us. Because we are the size of a germ to him. Time is relative to size. That is why a Miskito lives a few days for us but that likely feels like a whole life time to it. Can you visuslize the relativity?
 
socratus
#7
a)
God bless yours 3 universes.
b)
Everybody creates the reality and relativity according to his own mode of life.
If triangles made a God they would give him three sides.
/ Charles de Montesquieu . Persian Letters, 1721 /
If physicists make a God they would give Him concrete physical parameters.
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Angstrom
#8
Quote: Originally Posted by socratusView Post

a)
God bless yours 3 universes.
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I hope they are the celestial bodies of many other smaller universe within them who will create their own universe. The same way we enjoy living inside our universe and enjoy multiplying within it.

The same way our univers is inside of its own god, Who is also inside of its own god.
 
Jinentonix
#9
Quote: Originally Posted by socratusView Post

Big bang and an intelligent pregnant woman.

According to ‘big bang’ the Universe exists 14 billion years.
Woman gives birth to a reasonable child during 280 days.
A body made up of perhaps 100 trillion different cells.
A single human cell contains as much information as a library
with a thousand volumes.
Book: “ The unity of Nature”
“ The information content in the nucleus of a single human cell
is comparable to that of a library containing a thousand volumes.”
/ page 40, by Carl Friedrich von Weizsacker /
https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carl_F...eizs%C3%A4cker (external - login to view)

Question:
How can 100 trillion different cells (100 trillion libraries with a
thousand volumes in each) create a reasonable child ( by the chance )
during 9 months if according to the Probability theory it is impossible?

By the chance woman must be pregnant more than 14 billion years
before to give live to her reasonable child.

So, before a ‘ big bang’ was an intelligent woman.
She was pregnant and gave life to a child . . . and . . . . and . . .
. . . . after 13.7 billion years and after many generation a child
invented the ‘ big bang’ theory.
=================…

Ugh. You're comparing apples to oranges. First off, your concept is wrong. The Big Bang occurred 14 billion years ago and that was the birth of it. You're suggesting in your post that it's still in gestation. We don't know how long things rolled along before the Big Bang.
As to the comparison, the Big Bang isn't a cellular organism. Your comparing the chance of something like the Big Bang occurring with an everyday occurrence. Cells multiply and divide all the time. Every 7 years that goes by, every cell in your body has been replaced (except brain cells).
Probability Theory would only come into play when it came to the first formation of life. Once life takes hold, probability theory fades away as the genetic code and genome take over. These remove the need for probability as near assurance of continued life takes over. However it does make a come back when a mutation affects the genetic code. Probability will tend to determine how evolution plays out for a certain genetic line. Evolution is a result of mutations occurring in the genetic code which then become part of the genome. These can happen for a variety of reasons. Most mutations are bad and will tend to kill off a species. Some however, are good and allows a species to evolve and thrive. Whether it's a good or bad mutation is where probability theory comes back into play.

And since we know human DNA is compatible with human DNA, the likelihood of the propagation of human life, or any life for that matter, exceeds mere probability.

To sum up, the speed at which cells divide and multiply has nothing whatsoever to do with the probability of the universe being formed.
 
Angstrom
#10
Quote: Originally Posted by JinentonixView Post

Ugh. You're comparing apples to oranges. First off, your concept is wrong. The Big Bang occurred 14 billion years ago and that was the birth of it. You're suggesting in your post that it's still in gestation. We don't know how long things rolled along before the Big Bang.
As to the comparison, the Big Bang isn't a cellular organism. Your comparing the chance of something like the Big Bang occurring with an everyday occurrence. Cells multiply and divide all the time. Every 7 years that goes by, every cell in your body has been replaced (except brain cells).
Probability Theory would only come into play when it came to the first formation of life. Once life takes hold, probability theory fades away as the genetic code and genome take over. These remove the need for probability as near assurance of continued life takes over. However it does make a come back when a mutation affects the genetic code. Probability will tend to determine how evolution plays out for a certain genetic line. Evolution is a result of mutations occurring in the genetic code which then become part of the genome. These can happen for a variety of reasons. Most mutations are bad and will tend to kill off a species. Some however, are good and allows a species to evolve and thrive. Whether it's a good or bad mutation is where probability theory comes back into play.
And since we know human DNA is compatible with human DNA, the likelihood of the propagation of human life, or any...

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The universe really absolutely has no resemblance at all, to a DNA curl at all.

****s not going to look the same looking at it from the inside compared to looking at it from the outside.

Stuff live inside our body. Why is this so hard to imagine. And I'm even going to go on a limb and say stuff live inside the stuff living inside us. And yes you guessed it even the stuff living inside the stuff that's living inside of us catches a cold sometimes too.

Everything is to the infinite. Towards smaller and towards bigger. And it never stops. For ever.

And then add to the fact that what you see in the universe is what it looked like billions of years in the past, considering the time light takes to travel to get to us .

The universe could be totally changed and we would have no way of knowing it
 
socratus
#11
Quote: Originally Posted by JinentonixView Post

Ugh. You're comparing apples to oranges.


Notonly I am comparing apples to oranges.
Theoreticalphysicist Lee Smolin did the same.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lee_Smolin (external - login to view)

Book: What is yourdangerous idea? / Edited by John Brockman /
Article:
Seeing Darwin in the light of Einstein; Seeing Einstein in the light of Darwin.
/ by Lee Smolin. /
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/ Page 115 /
Seeing Einstein in the light of Darwin suggests that
natural selection could act not only on living things
but on the properties defining the various species
of elementary particles.
/ Page 117 /
We physicists have now to understand Darwin’s lesson:
The only way to understand how one out of a vast number
of choices was made, which favors improbable structure,
is that is the result of evolution by natural selection.
/ Page 117 /
Now the only possible way of accounting for the laws of nature,
and for uniformity in general, is to suppose them results of evolution.
/ Page 118 /
And I believe that once this is achieved, Einstein and Darwin
will be understood as partners in the greatest revolution yet in science, . . .
/ Lee Smolin. /
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My questions:
Can quantum particle evolve ?
Is it possible to explain the evolving process of quantum particle?
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socratus
#12
Big Bang and Black Hole.
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1.
The big bang theory describes the creation of everything
in the universe. ... In just a few seconds, the expansion
caused the singularity to stretch out all across ...
How did the big bang create the universe? « Why-Sci (external - login to view)
2.
The Black Hole That Birthed the Big Bang
/ By Niayesh Afshordi, Robert B. Mann, Razieh Pourhasan on July 15, 2014 /
The Black Hole That Birthed the Big Bang - Scientific American (external - login to view)
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1 big bang created the universe
2 black hole ate all masses of big bang’s universe
3 after X-time black hole through far away all BB mass as a singular point
4 new mass – energy cycle began
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“ So I hope you accept Nature as She is — absurd.”
Book. QED : The Strange Theory of Light and Matter
Page 10, by Richard Feynman. Published: 1985.
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socratus
#13
Temperature requires movement of particles and separation.
A singularity is defined as to have no separation, no movement.
Without movement there isn’t temperature.

Where is my mistake?
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socratus
#14
Big bang and antimatter.
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Every particle is accompanied by an antiparticle.
Collectively, antiparticles are known as antimatter.
So, the Universe is a mixture of matter and antimatter.
When a particle encounters an antiparticle, mutual
annihilation results, with the release of all the locked-up energy.
It means, that billions and billions particles-antiparticles wouldn’t
allow to gather all masses of Universe into big-bang’s singular point.
There is only one possibility: or antiparticles don’t exist or
big-bang’s singular point never was created.
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