Seattle-Tacoma isn't liberal in some parallel universes
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#1 Nov 10, 2013
Keep in mind i am very liberal
however something is causing my liberal heart to break is that scientists are saying parallel universes exist
anything that could ever happen, happens in some parallel universe
SO i had a nightmare the other night that there are parallel universes where the seattle-tacoma area as conservative in the 2010s and 2020s and 2030s as Mississippi was in the 1940s!!!! It horrifed me .
IN those parallel universes, only 6% of seattle-tacoma area residents supported gay marriage in a 2015 poll (of over a million residents)
in those parallel universes, seattle-tacoma area was so racist in the 2010s and 2020s nearly all the black people fled the area like cubans fled cuba
in some of those parallel universes only 2% of seattle-tacoma area residents supported legalizing weed in a 2019 poll
heck in some of those parallel universes, people sign petitions demanding MORE toxic waste be dumped into the puget sound in 2019 and again in 2021. in those parallel universes there is so much toxic waste in the puget sound ,that by 2015 there are 4 headed fish and 5 headed whales swimming in it
thank god in our universe seattle isn't like that
#2 Nov 10, 2013
in some of those parallel universes, Seattle-Tacoma are is so conservative in the 2010s 2020s 2030s 2040s 2050s etc that gay people are treated worse there than they were in ancient rome!!!!
in those parallel universes,women are banned from driving in the seattle-tacoma area until the year 66,434
in those parallel universes, 97% of residents of the seattle-tacoma area support mountain top removal of mount rainier and the olympic mountains in polls conducted in the 2020s 2030s 2040s etc
heck in some of those parallel universes, 20 percent of residents of the seattle tacoma area admit to personally blowing up mountain tops of mountains near seattle
#3 Nov 10, 2013
CERN scientists eye parallel universe breakthrough
BY ROBERT EVANS
GENEVA Wed Oct 20, 2010 11:21am EDT
The Carina Nebula, located 7,500 light-years away from Earth, in an image taken by the NASA Hubble Space Telescope in February 2010. REUTERS/NASA/Handout
The Carina Nebula, located 7,500 light-years away from Earth, in an image taken by the NASA Hubble Space Telescope in February 2010.
U.S. artist unveils mural to "cathedral of science"
(Reuters)- Physicists probing the origins of the cosmos hope that next year they will turn up the first proofs of the existence of concepts long dear to science-fiction writers such as hidden worlds and extra dimensions.
And as their Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN near Geneva moves into high gear, they are talking increasingly of the "New Physics" on the horizon that could totally change current views of the universe and how it works.
"Parallel universes, unknown forms of matter, extra dimensions... These are not the stuff of cheap science fiction but very concrete physics theories that scientists are trying to confirm with the LHC and other experiments."
This was how the "ideas" men and women in the international research center's Theory Group, which mulls over what could be out there beyond the reach of any telescope, put it in CERN's staff-targeted Bulletin this month.
As particles are collided in the vast underground LHC complex at increasingly high energies, what the Bulletin article referred to informally as the "universe's extra bits" -- if they do exist as predicted -- should be brought into computerized, if ephemeral, view, the theorists say.
Optimism among the hundreds of scientists working at CERN -- in the foothills of the Jura mountains along the border of France and Switzerland -- has grown as the initially troubled $10 billion experiment hit its targets this year.
By mid-October, Director-General Rolf Heuer told staff last weekend, protons were being collided along the 27-km (16.8 mile) subterranean ring at the rate of 5 million a second -- two weeks earlier than the target date for that total.
By next year, collisions will be occurring -- if all continues to go well -- at a rate producing what physicists call one "inverse femtobarn," best described as a colossal amount, of information for analysts to ponder.
The head-on collisions, at all but the speed of light, recreate what happened a tiny fraction of a second after the primeval "Big Bang" 13.7 billion years ago which brought the known universe and everything in it into being.
Despite centuries of increasingly sophisticated observation from planet Earth, only 4 per cent of that universe is known -- because the rest is made up of what have been called, because they are invisible, dark matter and dark energy
Billions of particles flying off from each LHC collision are tracked at four CERN detectors -- and then in collaborating laboratories around the globe -- to establish when and how they come together and what shapes they take.
The CERN theoreticians say this could give clear signs of dimensions beyond length, breadth, depth and time because at such high energy particles could be tracked disappearing -- presumably into them -- and then back into the classical four.
Parallel universes could also be hidden within these dimensions, the thinking goes, but only in a so-called gravitational variety in which light cannot be propagated -- a fact which would make it nearly impossible to explore them.
“Ain't no rest for the wicked.”
Since: Sep 13
#4 Nov 13, 2013
In a parallel universe someone cares to read all the boring crap you wrote.
In a parallel universe dogs fly airplanes for cats that wear hats and gloves.
In a parallel universe somebody understand science instead of freaks out about a theory that real scientists just think "well wouldn't that be cool" and do not seriously care about, one that's been bandied about for almost 150 years.
In a real universe, you're actually living here and nothing you said is happening.
#5 Nov 14, 2013
Yep. All that drivel proves you're a liberal.
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