PRIMITIVE CELL DIVISION

Relational Philosophy vs. Objectivism

Changing one’s POV to be relational rather than objective can illuminate questions about our universe in a new light, so we may begin to find answers to questions that were previously unanswerable.

When we look at a perfectly symmetrical droplet of water-based fluid expanding slowly into a fat-based fluid, we find that the momentum of the water, as it begins to push the “fat” out of the way, causes the interface between the fluids to go unstable and buckle into sine waves.

When Does One Become Two?

If A Tree Falls: When One Becomes Two   I don’t know if I started a former blog post out like this or not. It’s an interesting thought experiment that most of us are familiar with:   “If a tree falls in the woods, and no one is there to experience it, does it even …

General Relativity vs Special Relativity: Can curvature and/or tension tell us anything about how that sector of our universal relationship boundary works?

[Motivation for this thought experiment: I really want to see if space travel is possible. If the relationship boundary of our universe between us and the nearest star is expanding between masses, how massive does one have to be to use space to get to the next solar system without it expanding away from us?] …

April 28, 2018 ∏:(3.14159)

      April 28, 2018    ∏: (3.14159) How much faster than light can our universe be seen to expand in our direction? A long time ago, in order to reduce friction with the ground and move heavy objects (faster than dragging them) the wheel was invented. The neat thing about the wheel is …

April 10, 2018 J: Jupiter and Panspermia

September 10, 2018 J: Jupiter and Panspermia (Where did all our chromosomes come from?)  One of the factors of the Drake Equation that can suggest how ubiquitous life is in our universe is the chance of a solar system including Earth-like planets. We see that M class stars that are smaller and generate less energy than …

A to Z Blog Challenge

  Scroll Down USING ARROWS IN THE UPPER RIGHT HAND CORNER OF THIS PAGE (TO THE RIGHT OF MENU ITEMS) TO SEE THE OTHER POSTS FOR APRIL. FOR OTHER TOPICS, CLICK DIRECTLY ON MENU ITEMS.     For the month of April, there will be short postings each day starting with topics (mostly discussed before, …

EFFECTS OF UNIVERSAL EXPANSION

EFFECTS OF UNIVERSAL EXPANSION PREDICTED BY 2D FLUID-FLUID UNIVERSE   (Where interfacial tension of boundary is assumed analogous to the gravitational tension between masses in expanding space) WHY DO LARGER PLANETS (formed in the accretion disk of a star) MOVE AWAY FROM THEIR SUNS? By the time they interact with the expanding universe (the distance from …