Lately, when you search for certain measurements on Google -- say you're going to do some baking -- the search engine's calculator returns results with its usual estimable speed. But, for unknown reasons, the result is given in units of six-dimensional meters.
1 US stick of butter (half US cup) = 1.39934984 × 10-8 m6
That's 0.000000014 meters-to-the-sixth.
We know that Google has invested in the development of quantum computing; possibly those experimental engines are accessing higher dimensions and failing to correctly convert their results before displaying them.
The phenomenon was observed by Gen Carlson and the findings published by The Daily WTF.
In case it wasn't clear, it's just multiplying the two quantities "US stick of butter" and "half US cup", which are equal volumes, the result of which multiplication is naturally the six-dimensional square of a half-cup.
Of course, the fact that there's a perfectly logical explanation for this is just an immutable fact I'm stating for the record; it doesn't mean that mysterious quantum butter-math is what isn't taking place here.
If a stick of butter falls to the floor and I step on it and fall on my buttocks, will the bark butter matter accelerate my fall or will I fall at the same speed if it were yellow butter?
If dark matter fills the cosmos 25%, why do we not observe those things with visible matter 5% in the cosmos making collisions with dark matter?
Why doesn't dark matter change the orbits of visible matter with its gravitational pull, being so abundant?
Sure we cannot see dark matter, but we should observe it passing in front of matter and blocking our view in the cosmos, in the same way a distant planet passes in front of a star and we discover a new planet.
"... It turns out that roughly 70% of the Universe is dark energy. Dark matter makes up about 25%. The rest - everything on Earth, everything ever observed with all of our instruments, all normal matter - adds up to less than 5% of the Universe..."
Sometimes a plausible explanation feels good, but can be incorrect. Yes science has found a warm cozy feeling towards dark energy and dark matter, but it is just a theory and just a plausible explanation and not a proven fact as of yet.
A vacuum has pull. Pull is relative to something else. Is this energy or is it just a 'calculation' of a void pulling on a substance or matter?
The vacuum of space is equal and pulling on matter equal in all directions there becomes a balance in the vacuum of space.
Energy is 'calculated' from a void, only against matter.
Can energy be calculated of a vacuum or void calculated against another vacuum or void next to it, no.
In a void there is still nothing.
But hey, I am just pulling this out of my #ss, no worries.
You can believe in nothing if you like.
Pass the dark butter please,thank you.;)
Oh wait, you can't pass the dark butter.lol
Ok, then pass the yellow butter, much better!
A vacuum does not have pull because of force, but rather because of a lack of force. A vacuum is an extremely low pressure area which exerts less force on an object than its surroundings (in most cases air). The difference in pressure (and hence force) is what creates the "pull" that you feel from a vacuum. A perfect vacuum maximizes the pressure difference, because there is nothing in the vacuum to exert a force on the object.
If a person did what you said, the astronauts should be able to take their helmets off and hold their breath not suffering the effects of a vacuum (you say there is no force there), i.e. excluding the effects of absolute cold and radiation in outer space. Nope, I do not follower you logic, but I welcome more comments on the subject.
I feel like Paula Deen should know about this.
There is no force in a vacuum and to answer the question of what would happen to a unprotected astronaut in space:
That is a very cool and interesting link about the effects of outer space and a vacuum. Thank you for that extra information.
Science sees no further than what it can sense, i.e. facts.
Religion sees beyond the senses, i.e. faith.
The effects of a vacuum can be easily seen by putting a marshmallow (a peep looks cooler though) in a sealed container (preferably glass to be able to see it properly) and sucking the air out of it. The marshmallow will expand because the force that was previously pushing down on the marshmallow has been taken away and the glass container is now supporting the force instead.
Hope this helps.
P.S. The effects of this would not be as severe on a human as they were on the peep, because water is an incompressible fluid. Though still severe, just not as severe.
You guys easily go off on tangents as easilly as I do lol.
Tho, I see life all connected, which inspires me.
The proposal of dark energy is symbol and dark matter is just another symbol to help balance out an equation. Yes the equation looks pretty on the wall.
I am just not sold in the pretty picture, but if you want to believe in dark energy and dark matter, fine.
Take care and it is time to more on, eh. ;)