tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8666091.post111694575067237538..comments2021-06-11T20:12:08.082+02:00Comments on The Reference Frame: The next revolutionLuboš Motlhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/17487263983247488359noreply@blogger.comBlogger1125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8666091.post-1116954967222494012005-05-24T19:16:00.000+02:002005-05-24T19:16:00.000+02:00Can we describe how does the information escape fr...<I>Can we describe how does the information escape from a black hole once we believe it is not lost? Concerning the black holes, what happens if an observer falls to the black hole? Does GR describe her life correctly? Are there exact observables associated with this doomed observer?</I><BR/><BR/>You have defined the limits of thinking quite nicely for a lot of people.<BR/><BR/>I know Peter Woit does not like extra dimensions, and if such a thing were to exist, how shall it exist? Solid credence is given to attempts describing these efforts, and the math that could explain it?<BR/><BR/>We are given analogies for thinking, in regards to hammered metal plates, billiard balls colliding, and both, "point to sound" as idea waiting? Waiting for what?<BR/><BR/>So you understand that given a certain amount of energy, that what goes in, must come out? Can you prove, "there is missing energy?"<BR/><BR/>Such "mathematical forms" then had to have some place in which to materialize? Reality spells it out nicely, that what might exist in the natural world, may be described by models that will help us see in <A HREF="http://staff.science.uva.nl/~rhd/snaartje.gif" REL="nofollow">new ways</A>?<BR/><BR/>Some mental effort, giving vision a summation. The math had not even been developed yet? Some ancient notion brought back to life, out of other men/woman's thinking?<BR/><BR/>I know I cannot give it justice, but it is well evident that mathematcial minds abound here in describing a abstract world. Although I cannot give this topic justice I am determined. <BR/><BR/>All of this had to add up to something. A concept, as you say Lubos?<BR/><BR/>So chaldni plates are very simple representations, but very effective analogies? Membranes as toys models in space, and the realization of elasticity contained in the vacuum might be revealled? Moves the mind to see in higher math orientations about how a magnetic field may be described or a Sylvester surface might exemplify?<BR/><BR/>Bubble dynamics? Geometrodynamics and bubble inversions?<BR/><BR/>Yes it will be nice to see what developes from the theoretcial world.<BR/><BR/>Now for some more educative responses.Legacy Userhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/01554579710459395706noreply@blogger.com