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my passions: medicine, im a physician, a generalist doctor & specialist in occupational health and safety (Safety and Health at Work) ~~~~looove philosophy, quantum physics: wave particle duality, quantum theory & cosmology!
The Elegant Universe, The tissue of the Cosmos: Space, Time, and the Texture of Reality,
The four forces of nature (the strong and weak nuclear forces, electromagnetism, and gravity,are a reflection of the various ways in which a string can vibrate...
String theory proclaims, for instance, that the observed particle properties that is, the different masses and other properties of both the fundamental particles and the force particles associated with the four forces of nature, the strong and weak nuclear forces, electromagnetism, and gravity are a reflection of the various ways in which a string can vibrate.. particle accelerators that have captured particles in the act of being created or destroyed. "String theory "
Human, All Too Human A Book for Free Spirits. A free spirit is one who goes against the herd, and onwards along the path of wisdom ,Iam nobody's disciple, I don't belong to any belief system. I love people from all over the world and I never compare them. They are all unique!!!
Does God Play Dice? The New Mathematics of Chaos.
the "Quantum uncertainty" Principle.Thus it seems that even God is bound by the Uncertainty
Principle, and can not know both the position, and the speed, of a particle. So God does play dice with the universe. All the evidence points to him being an inveterate gambler, who throws the dice on every possible occasion... by Ian Stewart
Not only does God play dice but... he sometimes throws them where they cannot be seen!!!
by Stephen Hawking.
It seems to me that the idea of a personal God is an anthropomorphic concept which I cannot take seriously. I feel also not able to imagine some will or goal outside the human sphere. My views are near to those of Spinoza: admiration for the beauty of and belief in the logical simplicity of the order and harmony which we can grasp humbly and only imperfectly. I believe that we have to content ourselves with our imperfect knowledge and understanding and treat values and moral obligations as a purely human problem the most important of all human problems... by Albert Einstein.
Albert Einstein once said, expressing his contempt for the notion that the universe is governed by probability - an idea fundamental to quantum theory (see "Quantum uncertainty" in Issue No 5). Since then the undisputable successes of the quantum theory have convinced all but a handful of contemporary physicists that God does indeed play dice. The question some physicists are now asking is why does God play dice? What's the point? Popescu, a Cambridge physicist, believes he has the beginnings of an answer to this seemingly monumental question.
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