Thanks for proving yourself a liar. He may have been extreme but now I know why Buck never held anything back when responding to you. This is embarrassing for you, or should be. You made the same mistake Aura made.Behind your back? This is an open forum, dolt.
No, by definition forces do not have power.
Power= work/time and is measured in watts. If you are going to pretend about science, at least get your vocabulary straight.
And, no, I'm not sure why you cannot understand what I'm saying about the fundamental forces, but I'll try to simplify it: we cannot know if they are caused or uncaused.
I didn't say it's absurd that they're caused. I didn't say they weren't caused. It's impossible to know.
It's worth pointing out that no scientific theory, not a single one, invokes a deity to explain anything.
Yes, power is work/time. A force may not always produce work but the important thing to remember here is that any force is capable of producing a corresponding amount of work. And since we cannot escape time, ya fool, we cannot escape power. The eternal nature of quantum motion implies 'never ending energy'. Energy implies power ya [email protected]
And even if quantum reality could ever be shown to escape time as in the idea of quantum entanglement, then that implies work is done in an instant. Does that take away power? On the contrary my dear stinking lying turd, that just means the integral limit has been reached and that results in something that is or approaches infinite power.
Infinite power; something you or I do not have, yet you seem so bent on pretending to have it or the ability to understand it if it indeed exists.