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Thomas H. Byrd (asdfattack) wrote,
@ 2004-05-05 16:45:00
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    Current mood:too much humidity
    Current music:broken social scene - "looks just like the sun"

    MORE UPS THAN CHARLES BARKLEY
    post-IB-physics-HL-examination-trauma, sreyas, ricky, and i returned to my house. we consumed ice cream sandwiches and played NBA Jam. now beat that.

    i don't understand modern physics enough, or quantum physics, but what if the whole vibration of atoms/particles AND the wave theory of matter were explained by the fact that our universe is this sort of disk that moves along this wire - time - which is long and wavy. every particle and atom and whatever fits into its play on this long wire-tube-pipe and moves through it as time progresses. it moves in waves. the particles move in waves, and that wave motion = shaking of matter. the question is does the string have an end? a beginning? is it infinite? it it looped?

    plus! all the matter could be in that disc, all the matter and energy of the world in that disc, thats why can't create or destroy it, only rearrange.

    just theorizing out loud. and by out loud i mean 101101010010101101010010101101010100101011 digitally



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