This is proof you are purposely confounding the issue because I already told you, several times, that I never even mentioned the word 'fluctuation' in my original post to Ben. We were talking about something coming from nothing.No we have the same problem ..terminology.
You have to write it correctly , in order for it to be interpreted correctly.
There is also another problem , understanding the terminology .
I only wrote to you because you accused quantum mechanic , or more specifically
quantum fluctuation to be the equivalent of "believing in magic".
Which it is not,(quantum mechanics) it is a probabilistic way of determining things.
Quantum fluctuation is tied to the uncertainty principle, and there is no magic in it's conception.
Here's how it went ya friggin lowlife. I told Ben that it is magic to believe that something can come from nothing. I did NOT say it was magic to believe in "quantum mechanic", or "fluctuation", ya friggin idiot. So quit telling me something different.
Yea, "understanding the terminology". Where's *your* understanding?
I keep telling you that you and I agree on this and yet you still keep making it look like we don't agree. You already agreed that it was impossible for something to come from nothing, so what else is there for you to BS about here? You're making no sense whatsoever.