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A Saturday Night Trip Into The Realm of The Absurd With Lawrence Krauss

"The metaphysicians of Elea, Parmenides and Melissus, started the notion that a vacuum was impossible, and this became a favorite doctrine with Aristotle. All the scholastics upheld the maxim that "nature abhors a vacuum."                                                                                  [Century Dictionary]

"Today's scientists have substituted mathematics for experiments, and they wander off through equation after equation, and eventually build a structure which has no relation to reality."                                                                                                                                                            Nikola Tesla


Modern Cosmology = Tower of Babel Built on a House of Cards

I think the quote below (from the YouTube video below) really explains how silly modern cosmology really is. By the way, these minds have "discovered" nothing.

What is a Universe?

"In modern physics we've discovered that it is very fruitful to regard empty space, or vacuum, as a sort of material, which can have exotic properties, like superconductivity. Conversely, materials can be viewed "from the inside" as the vacua of alternative worlds, which often have exotic, mind-expanding properties. These ideas suggest new possibilities for cosmology, and bring to life a profound question: What is a Universe?"

Frank Wilczek & Lawrence Krauss : Materiality of a Vacuum (OFFICIAL) - (Part 1) source: ASU ORIGINS

It's A Mad Mad World

The empty vacuum of space would not have properties. An Aether medium would. But mainstream modern physics rejects this idea and instead embraces contradictory concepts with no real world example. These minds have long ago stopped referring to reality and instead refer to the model only. Particle physics is particularly nonsensical, but since Nobel prizes and peer review means more than demonstrable ideas, who am I to criticize the wonderful world of dizzying nonsense sold as science? The equal sign is a magical holy symbol and illogically applied math is God.

A Vacuum of Logic:

Lawrence Krauss Doesn't Seem To Really Have Any Grasp On What He Is Talking About, He Sings Nonsensical Parrot Song

Frank Wilczek is clearly a more logical thinker than Lawrence Krauss. Krauss does not come across like a real researcher and instead seems more like a television talk show host. Frank Wilczek makes a few good points, here and there; but Krauss seems somewhat out of his depth. Krauss might not be as much a conscious propagandist, as he might just be a university educated person who doesn't know how to think logically.

Frank Wilczek & Lawrence Krauss : Materiality of a Vacuum (OFFICIAL) - (Part 1) source: ASU ORIGINS

Let's Get Quasi-Physical: An Exercise In The Appeal To Authority Fallacy 

2+2=5 and Down is Up and Up is Down, Lawrence Krauss Believes Peer Reviewed Science Says So

Photons Can Have Mass Except When They Don't

According to Krauss, no space is kind of like space and nonsense is a lot like science and universes can magically pop out of space or no space.

Admitting The Logical Need For A Metaphysical Medium (The Aether) Makes More Sense

Krauss believes multiple universes can spring forth from nonsense. Math itself can wave quantum probabilities into and out of existence and as these minds have clearly proven, Nature does not really exist, Math does. Magical Math is real. Nature is not real. We are all simply quantum strings of mathematical potential popping into and out of mathematical probabilities.

These people seem to believe that pure mathematical equation is the source of all existence. Math is a human creation with real world limits but as long as it makes these University trained minds feel good about themselves, let's just all go along with it. We will pretend that math isn't a language and doesn't have the same limits that language has. We can also pretend that mathematical equations can never produce illogical result. It's fun playing university level make believe. Admitting a need for a Metaphysical medium for gravity and light makes logical and demonstrable sense, but let's not worry about things that make sense. It's more fun to embrace the "strange"!


Quantum mechanics makes for really bad electrical engineering language. It needlessly confuses demonstrable principles.


What is a Universe?



"(The) Universe (n.) 

1580s, "the whole world, cosmos, the totality of existing things," from Old French univers (12c.), from Latin universum "all things, everybody, all people, the whole world," noun use of neuter of adjective universus "all together, all in one, whole, entire, relating to all," literally "turned into one," from unus "one" (see one) + versus, past participle of vertere "to turn, turn back, be turned; convert, transform, translate; be changed" (from PIE root *wer- (2) "to turn, bend")."

Universe (n.) - Online Etymology Dictionary

What does the word vacuum mean?

"vacuum (n.) 

1540s, "emptiness of space," from Latin vacuum "an empty space, vacant place, a void," noun use of neuter of vacuus "empty, unoccupied, devoid of," figuratively "free, unoccupied," related to vacare "be empty" (see vain). Properly a loan-translation of Greek kenon, literally "that which is empty." Meaning "a space emptied of air" is attested from 1650s. Vacuum tube "glass thermionic device" is attested from 1859. Vacuum cleaner is from 1903; shortened form vacuum (n.) first recorded 1910.

The metaphysicians of Elea, Parmenides and Melissus, started the notion that a vacuum was impossible, and this became a favorite doctrine with Aristotle. All the scholastics upheld the maxim that "nature abhors a vacuum." [Century Dictionary]

vacuum (v.) 

"to clean with a vacuum cleaner," 1919, from vacuum (n.). Related: Vacuumed; vacuuming."


Space The Final Frontier:

Space always included time as one of its meanings. Space is an idea. It is not a thing from which Multiverses can spring.

"space (n.) 

c. 1300, "extent or area; room" (to do something), a shortening of Old French espace "period of time, distance, interval" (12c.), from Latin spatium "room, area, distance, stretch of time," of unknown origin (also source of Spanish espacio, Italian spazio). 

From early 14c. as "a place," also "amount or extent of time." From mid-14c. as "distance, interval of space;" from late 14c. as "ground, land, territory; extension in three dimensions; distance between two or more points." From early 15c. as "size, bulk," also "an assigned position." Typographical sense is attested from 1670s (typewriter space-bar is from 1876, earlier space-key, 1860). 

Astronomical sense of "stellar depths, immense emptiness between the worlds" is by 1723, perhaps as early as "Paradise Lost" (1667), common from 1890s. Space age is attested from 1946. Many compounds first appeared in science fiction and speculative writing, such as spaceship (1894, "A Journey in Other Worlds," John Jacob Astor); spacecraft (1928, "Popular Science"); space travel (1931); space station (1936, "Rockets Through Space"); spaceman(1942, "Thrilling Wonder Stories"). Space race attested from 1959. Space shuttle attested by 1970."