No,*you* are wrong here.<quoted text>
You said all particles are affected by gravity. Quantum physics says you're wrong.
if you read what I said, I agree that neutrinos, for example, will go through lead. The point is that even 'solid' materials are mostly empty space.You said particles dont pass through solid objects. Quantum physics says you're wrong.
No, I said that entanglement does not produce communication. particles do interact with each other, which is a form of communication, but entanglement is a *correlation* of probabilities, not a communication.You said particles don't communicate with each other. Quantum physics says you're wrong.
Yes, time is a physical thing. It is studied by physicists, after all. In particular, Einstein had time and space merged into spacetime. So,*you* are wrong here. So, by the way, does Hawking.You said time was a physical entity. Quantum physics, Einstein, Feynman, AND Hawking says you're wrong.
Yes, I am very familiar with Whitehead. His work with Russell, the Principia Mathematica, was the first significant attempt to reduce mathematics to logic. But Whitehead was *primarily* a philosopher, as was Russell. The Principia Mathematica is regarded now as severely outdated and more philosophy than mathematics.And Whitehead was a brilliant internationally famous mathematician, a contemporary of Einstein, an agnostic, and Bertrand Russell's mentor. He never took any classes in philosophy or ever taught one until Harvard asked him to teach philosophy in the US.
No,*you* are wrong here. Deal with it, idiot.You were wrong. Deal with it, bubba
I'll ask again, when was the last time you solved a version of the Schrodinger equation? When was the last time you read an actual scientific paper in a refereed journal?