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THE GOLDEN RATIO  It’s a number that goes by many names. This “golden” number, 1.61803399, represented by the Greek letter Phi, is known as the Golden Ratio, Golden Number, Golden Proportion, Golden Mean, Golden Section, Divine Proportion and Divine Section.  It was written about by Euclid in “Elements” around 300 B.C., by Luca Pacioli, a contemporary of Leonardo Da Vinci, in “De Divina Proportione” in 1509, by Johannes Kepler around 1600 and by Dan Brown in 2003 in his best selling novel, “The Da Vinci Code.” With the movie release of the “The Da Vinci Code”, the quest to know Phi was brought even more into the mainstream of pop culture. The allure of “The Da Vinci Code” was that it creatively integrated fiction with both fact and myth from art, history, theology and mathematics, leaving the reader never really knowing what was truth and what was not. This site studies this golden number Phi, and its mathematical cousin, the Fibonacci sequence (0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, …) , both of which have roles in the plot of this murder mystery, and distinguishes between the myth and the math.  This Golden Ratio truly is unique in its mathematical properties and pervasive in its appearance throughout nature. The “mathematically challenged” may be more interested in the appearances of Phi in nature, its application to art, architecture and design, and its potential for insights into the more spiritual aspects of life, but let’s begin with the purest of facts about Phi, which are found in mathematics.  Most everyone learned about the number Pi in school, but relatively few curricula included Phi, perhaps for the very reason that grasping all its manifestations often takes one beyond the academic into the realm of the spiritual just by the simple fact that Phi unveils a unusually frequent constant of design that applies to so many aspects of life. Both Pi and Phi are irrational numbers with an infinite number of digits after
QUANTUM MECHANICS  A decade ago, a British philosopher put forth the notion that the universe we live in might in fact be a computer simulation run by our descendants. While that seems far-fetched, perhaps even incomprehensible, a team of physicists at the University of Washington has come up with a potential test to see if the idea holds water The concept that current humanity could possibly be living in a computer simulation comes from a 2003 paper published in Philosophical Quarterly by Nick Bostrom, a philosophy professor at the University of Oxford. In the paper, he argued that at least one of three possibilities is true:  The human species is likely to go extinct before reaching a "posthuman" stage.Any posthuman civilization is very unlikely to run a significant number of simulations of its evolutionary history.We are almost certainly living in a computer simulation.He also held that "the belief that there is a significant chance that we will one day become posthumans who run ancestor simulations is false, unless we are currently living in a simulation." With current limitations and trends in computing, it will be decades before researchers will be able to run even primitive simulations of the universe. But the UW team has suggested tests that can be performed now, or in the near future, that are sensitive to constraints imposed on future simulations by limited resources.  Currently, supercomputers using a technique called lattice quantum chromodynamics and starting from the fundamental physical laws that govern the universe can simulate only a very small portion of the universe, on the scale of one 100-trillionth of a meter, a little larger than the nucleus of an atom, said Martin Savage, a UW physics professor. #universe #bigbang #generalrelativity #einstin #quantummechanics #quantumentanglement #physics #science #blackhole #spacetime #blackholes #timedelation #specialrelativity #darkmatter
Another one of my recent school projects. For this I used a cross hatching technique. "He led me back and forth among them, and I saw a great many bones on the floor of the valley, bones that were very dry. This is what the Sovereign Lord says to these bones: I will make breath enter you, and you will come to life. I will attach tendons to you and make flesh come upon you and cover you with skin; I will put breath in you, and you will come to life. Then you will know that I am the Lord .’ ”  Ezekiel 37:2‭, ‬5‭-‬6 NIV
Pretty fun school project✏ #alberteinstein
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COLLISION OF BLACK HOLES  Whether a black hole is made of matter or antimatter is not relevant, as the information that distinguishes them from each other is lost as it passes the event horizon, and the only information remaining is mass-energy, electric charge and momentum. These are the only properties by which a black hole can be described. The mass-energy, by the way, is positive for antimatter and conventional matter black holes alike.  So the two black holes would collide and merge just like two ordinary black holes colliding; nothing extraordinary beyond the notion of a conventional black hole merger is to be expected.  The confusion surrounding the notion that conventional- and antimatter black holes colliding will bring about an observable effect is presumably from thinking of black holes as normal substances, retaining the properties of the matter that constitutes it. But this is an improper conceptualization of a black hole. A black hole is a region of spacetime with a one-way surface called an event horizon. It's not a conventional object retaining the properties of (anti)matter. As such, the properties of whatever matter that ultimately finds itself locked in this curved spacetime construct is not retained by the black hole. A region of space does not assume the properties of matter—or indeed antimatter. #universe #bigbang #generalrelativity #einstin #quantummechanics #quantumentanglement #physics #science #blackhole #spacetime #blackholes #timedelation #specialrelativity #darkmatter
#repost from @universe.knowledge with @regram.app ... Use of parallel universe for quantum calculations  The proponents of quantum computing  claim that calculations done on a quantum computer actually take place in parallel universes. That’s right … there doesn’t seem to be enough room in our own universe, so they are forced to use other … less constrained … universes. The wizard wants to know if this is true. And as a corollary question, NAA asks the question “Is quantum computing proof that parallel universes exist?” I mean how do we know that quantum computing doesn’t actually take place in the men’s room of the MIT physics department or even in the Gender Studies department at Sarah Lawrence for that matter? OK this last one is probably a marginal idea … BUT how do we know for sure where the calculations take place? Inquiring minds want to know.  Quantum Computing does not use bits and bytes, it uses qubits. A qubit is a way of storing information in a quantum computer using probabilities which involve the properties of superposition and entanglement. Superposition means that a state of say an electron (which can be spin up or spin down) can be in two states at the same time, So instead of it being a one or a zero (as with a bit) it can be both a one and a zero (until measured.) Entanglement allows two particles to move together even at great distances. It is what freaked our Einstein when he considered quantum mechanics. He called entanglement “spooky action at a distance.” With 500 qubits, you could do 2^500 calculations in a single step. And so we have come to the crux (or perhaps the horcrux) of the matter. For you see 2^500 is greater than the number of atoms in the known universe. (I note that visible matter or atoms in the universe is only a tiny portion of the universe given that there is vastly more dark matter and energy than there is “regular matter and energy” but this just changes the scope a bit.)
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Use of parallel universe for quantum calculations  The proponents of quantum computing  claim that calculations done on a quantum computer actually take place in parallel universes. That’s right … there doesn’t seem to be enough room in our own universe, so they are forced to use other … less constrained … universes. The wizard wants to know if this is true. And as a corollary question, NAA asks the question “Is quantum computing proof that parallel universes exist?” I mean how do we know that quantum computing doesn’t actually take place in the men’s room of the MIT physics department or even in the Gender Studies department at Sarah Lawrence for that matter? OK this last one is probably a marginal idea … BUT how do we know for sure where the calculations take place? Inquiring minds want to know.  Quantum Computing does not use bits and bytes, it uses qubits. A qubit is a way of storing information in a quantum computer using probabilities which involve the properties of superposition and entanglement. Superposition means that a state of say an electron (which can be spin up or spin down) can be in two states at the same time, So instead of it being a one or a zero (as with a bit) it can be both a one and a zero (until measured.) Entanglement allows two particles to move together even at great distances. It is what freaked our Einstein when he considered quantum mechanics. He called entanglement “spooky action at a distance.” With 500 qubits, you could do 2^500 calculations in a single step. And so we have come to the crux (or perhaps the horcrux) of the matter. For you see 2^500 is greater than the number of atoms in the known universe. (I note that visible matter or atoms in the universe is only a tiny portion of the universe given that there is vastly more dark matter and energy than there is “regular matter and energy” but this just changes the scope a bit.) #generalrelativity #einstin #quantummechanics #quantumentanglement
Dope meme from @Regranned from @universe.knowledge -  Quantum Mechanics  Congratulations to Drs. S. Haroche and D. Wineland for winning the Nobel Prize in Physics. (It may be too early for Peter Higgs to win the Nobel Prize for the Higgs boson. Maybe next year). These two physicists got the Prize for doing experiments once thought to be impossible, i.e. studying single atoms and single photons (particles of light). They proved the correctness of the bizarre properties of quantum mechanics, i.e. that electrons can be two places at the same time. Einstein himself hated this idea, but he was wrong on this one. It sounds preposterous that electrons and atoms can be in many states at the same time, but this is the foundation of modern civilizations. Lasers, transistors, computers, the internet etc. are all based on quantum mechanics. It has been tested to 1 part in 100 billion in accuracy, making it the most successful physical theory of  all time. Except that it is based on feet of clay.  Many physicists now lean toward the Many Worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics. So if the electron can be in two places at the same time, it means that the universe hassplit into two universes. So quantum mechanics naturally predicts a multiverse ofuniverses, no matter how strange or bizarre #generalrelativity #einstin #quantummechanics #quantumentanglement #physics #science #blackhole #spacetime #blackholes #timedelation #specialrelativity #bigbang #thermodynamics #neutronstars #spiritscience #meditation #kundalini #weareone #dualistic #reality #themiddlepath #energy #frequency #universe #alternatedinensionofreality #thirdeyenavigator
Quantum Mechanics  Congratulations to Drs. S. Haroche and D. Wineland for winning the Nobel Prize in Physics. (It may be too early for Peter Higgs to win the Nobel Prize for the Higgs boson. Maybe next year). These two physicists got the Prize for doing experiments once thought to be impossible, i.e. studying single atoms and single photons (particles of light). They proved the correctness of the bizarre properties of quantum mechanics, i.e. that electrons can be two places at the same time. Einstein himself hated this idea, but he was wrong on this one. It sounds preposterous that electrons and atoms can be in many states at the same time, but this is the foundation of modern civilizations. Lasers, transistors, computers, the internet etc. are all based on quantum mechanics. It has been tested to 1 part in 100 billion in accuracy, making it the most successful physical theory of  all time. Except that it is based on feet of clay.  Many physicists now lean toward the Many Worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics. So if the electron can be in two places at the same time, it means that the universe hassplit into two universes. So quantum mechanics naturally predicts a multiverse ofuniverses, no matter how strange or bizarre #generalrelativity #einstin #quantummechanics #quantumentanglement #physics #science #blackhole #spacetime #blackholes #timedelation #specialrelativity #bigbang #thermodynamics #neutronstars
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Black Hole  Current theory suggests that, as an object falls into a black hole and approaches the singularity at the centre, it will become stretched out or “spaghettified” due to the increasing differential in gravitational attraction on different parts of it, before presumably losing dimensionality completely and disappearing irrevocably into the singularity. An observer watching from a safe distance outside, though, would have a different view of the event. According to relativity theory, they would see the object moving slower and slower as it approaches the black hole until it comes to a complete halt at the event horizon, never actually falling into the black hole  The Perseus cluster is a cluster of galaxies in the constellation Perseus. It has a recession speed of 5,366 km/s and a diameter of 863′. It is one of the most massive objects in the known universe, containing thousands of galaxies immersed in a vast cloud of multimillion-degree gas.The cluster contains the radio source 3C 84 that is currently blowing bubbles of relativistic plasma into the core of the cluster. These are seen as holes in an X-ray image of the cluster, as they push away the X-ray emitting gas. They are known as radio bubbles, because they appear as emitters of radio waves due to the relativistic particles in the bubble. The galaxy NGC 1275 is located at the centre of the cluster, where the X-ray emission is brightest. #generalrelativity #einstin #quantummechanics #quantumentanglement #physics #science #blackhole #spacetime #blackholes #timedelation #specialrelativity #bigbang #thermodynamics #neutronstars

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