“As an analogy one can imagine an intelligent amoeba with a good memory. As time progresses the amoeba is constantly splitting, each time the resulting amoebas having the same memories as the parent. Our amoeba hence does not have a life line, but a life tree.” -Hugh Everett

We only have the one Universe, despite all the quantum possibilities out there. We have to accept that, at a fundamental level, the Universe is indeterminate, and that the act of measuring — or otherwise making a quantum decision — selects which quantum path our Universe takes. But according to the many-worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics, every quantum possibility that can happen does happen, just somewhere else. The key necessity for this interpretation is a large enough, perhaps even infinite number, of parallel Universes.

The multiverse idea states that there are infinite numbers of Universes like our own, and infinite ones with differences. Image credit: Lee Davy of flickr.

The multiverse idea states that there are infinite numbers of Universes like our own, and infinite ones with differences. Image credit: Lee Davy of flickr.

This might seem absurd, given the sheer number of interactions and particles present in our Universe over its 13.8 billion year history. But as large as that number is, it’s still finite. And perhaps the Universe is infinite. Or perhaps it’s finite, but it’s been around for an infinite amount of time. Or perhaps it’s finite in both space and time, but old and large enough that parallel Universe are still real… for now.

Even though inflation may end in more than 50% of any of the regions at any given time (denoted by red X’s), enough regions continue to expand forever that inflation continues for an eternity, with no two Universes ever colliding. Image credit: E. Siegel.

Even though inflation may end in more than 50% of any of the regions at any given time (denoted by red X’s), enough regions continue to expand forever that inflation continues for an eternity, with no two Universes ever colliding. Image credit: E. Siegel.

Come find out what it takes to make them real, and you’ll never look at the many-worlds interpretation the same again!

Comments

  1. #1 John
    Baltimore
    March 14, 2017

    It is noteworthy that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics, one example being the singularity of a black hole, while in others, it is presented as a solution to problems in Physics, as in some versions of the multiverse.

  2. #2 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    No, it’s not considered a problem, teabag, when it comes to a black hole, since there’s a difference you cannot comprehend between a singularity and infinity.

    They aren’t the same thing.

    But you wouldn’t know about that, you’re just posting vapid nonsense to pretend that you’re somehow sciency. It’s your second defence mechanism against reality, the first being insane giggling and typing it out.

  3. #3 John
    Baltimore
    March 14, 2017

    “No, it’s not considered a problem …”

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

    You’re wrong again.

  4. #4 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    ““No, it’s not considered a problem …”

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities…”

    And infinities are not the same as infinities, retard.

    Again, you are wrong. But so VERY convinced you’ve got a point.

    Pity it’s out of your intellectual reach.

  5. #5 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    ““No, it’s not considered a problem …”

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities…”

    And infinities are not the same as singularities, retard.

    Again, you are wrong. But so VERY convinced you’ve got a point.

    Pity it’s out of your intellectual reach.

    The slip was due to you blabbing on about infinities first then quoting about SINGULARITIES second.

  6. #6 John
    Baltimore
    March 14, 2017

    “… convinced you’ve got a point.”

    Not only do I have a point, but I can also support it with independent reference.

    Which is much more than you can do.
    Because you’re wrong.
    Again.

  7. #7 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    “Not only do I have a point”

    No, sorry, you are yet once more completely mistaken.

    “but I can also support it with independent reference.”

    Well go ahead then, teabaggie. I’m all ears, as they say!

  8. #8 John
    Baltimore
    March 14, 2017

    Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

    You’re wrong again

  9. #9 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    “You’re wrong again”

    Again you are mistaken, teabaggie.

    Still unable to accept that you were wrong when you messed up infinities as being the same thing as singularities.

    So sad.

    But so predictably done as a spectacular fail on your part.

  10. #10 John
    March 14, 2017

    You remain mistaken.

    Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  11. #11 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    “You remain mistaken.”

    That is where you’re projecting again, tebaggie.

    And still you’re just agreeing that you were wrong about infinities. But still desperately insisting that this is somehow proof you were right.

    Because, as we’ve all seen splendidly in just about every post you have ever made, you’re batshit crazy!

  12. #12 John
    Baltimore
    March 14, 2017

    “That is where you’re projecting …”

    Wrong again. Independent references are not projections.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  13. #13 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    “Independent references are not projections.”

    Indeed they aren’t. However, that wasn’t what I said you were wrong about, teabaggie. Funny how you make such asinine claims without evidence and then demand I give evidence that you made those claims!

    But insanity is ramping up over there isn’t it. World isn’t working the way you like it for you, is it.

    Sad.

  14. #14 John
    March 14, 2017

    “Indeed they aren’t. …”

    And the corroboration it provides for my position shows that you are wrong again.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  15. #15 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    “And the corroboration it provides for my position ”

    It doesn’t. Your position was, and I quote:

    It is noteworthy that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics, one example being the singularity of a black hole,

    And you bring up external corroboration you were, yet again, wrong. But in tour insanity, you promote this as somehow vindication?

    Industrial grade insanity there, teabaggie! You’ll make any old shit up, won’t you!

  16. #16 John
    Baltimore
    March 14, 2017

    You are mistaken.

    You challenged the noteworthy contrasts that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics, one example being the singularity of a black hole, while in others, it is presented as a solution to problems in Physics, as in some versions of the multiverse.

    @ #2 “No, it’s not considered a problem,…”

    The independent corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

    You’re wrong again.

  17. #17 Carl
    USA
    March 14, 2017

    This arguing and name calling is very immature. John taunts, Wow spews a venom and profanity-laden tantrum.

    There are no winners here, boys.

  18. #18 dean
    March 14, 2017

    Carl, John started on another of Ethan’s articles posting a host of foolish items that he tried to make sound like science (but which weren’t), didn’t like being called on it, and things have spiraled ever since. I agree with your summary.

  19. #19 John
    Baltimore
    March 14, 2017

    Carl,

    If the author of the profanity-laden tantrum ceases to attack, I’ll not need to respond.

  20. #20 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    “You are mistaken.”

    Oh, dear, another fact free content lite lie from you, teabaggie? Bad show.

    “@ #2 “No, it’s not considered a problem,…”

    The independent corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.”

    Except it doesn’t, teabags. It shows you were wrong.

    Oh, this reading thing isn’t your strong point, is it, teabaggie?

  21. #21 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    “John taunts, Wow spews a venom and profanity-laden tantrum.”

    Interesting alternative reality you live in, cal.

  22. #22 PJ
    Perth, west Oz
    March 14, 2017

    “and the war drags on” Donovan Leitch, 1965 ….

  23. #23 John
    Baltimore
    March 14, 2017

    “… The independent corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.”

    Except it doesn’t, …”

    The independent corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

    You’re wrong again.

  24. #24 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    “The independent corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.”

    Except it doesn’t, teabaggie.

  25. #25 John
    Baltimore
    March 14, 2017

    “… Except it doesn’t, …”

    The independent corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

    You’re wrong again.

  26. #26 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    ““… Except it doesn’t, …”

    The independent corroboration q”

    Still doesn’t.

  27. #27 John
    Baltimore
    March 14, 2017

    “… Still doesn’t.”

    The independent corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

    You’re wrong again

  28. #28 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    ““… Still doesn’t.”

    The independent corroboration ”

    Still doesnt.

  29. #29 John
    Baltimore
    March 14, 2017

    “… Still doesn’t.”

    The independent corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

    You’re still wrong.

  30. #30 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    ““… Still doesn’t.”

    The independent corroboration quoted ”

    Still doesn’t.

  31. #31 John
    March 14, 2017

    “Still doesn’t.”

    The independent corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

    You’re still wrong.

  32. #32 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    “The independent corroboration ”

    Still doesn’t.

  33. #33 John
    March 14, 2017

    “… Still doesn’t.”

    The corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

    You’re still wrong.

  34. #34 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    “The corroboration quoted below ”

    Still doesn’t.

  35. #35 John
    Baltimore
    March 14, 2017

    “… Still doesn’t.”

    The quote below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

    You’re still wrong.

  36. #36 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    “The quote below ”

    Still doesn’t.

  37. #37 John
    Baltimore
    March 14, 2017

    “Still doesn’t.”

    The corroboration quoted below supports the position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.
    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity
    You’re still wrong.

  38. #38 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    ““Still doesn’t.”

    The corroboration quoted below ”

    Still doesn’t.

  39. #39 John
    Baltimore
    March 14, 2017

    “below ”
    “Still doesn’t.”
    The corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity
    You’re still wrong.

  40. #40 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    ““below ”
    “Still doesn’t.”
    The corroboration quoted below”

    Still doesn’t.

  41. #41 John
    Baltimore
    March 14, 2017

    “below ”

    “Still doesn’t.”

    The corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity
    You’re still wrong.

  42. #42 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    “The corroboration quoted below ”

    Still fails to.

  43. #43 John
    Baltimore
    March 14, 2017

    “Still fails to.”

    The corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity
    You’re still wrong.

  44. #44 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    “The corroboration quoted below supports ”

    You being wrong, teabaggie.

  45. #45 John
    Baltimore
    March 14, 2017

    “… You being wrong …”
    The corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.
    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity
    You’re still wrong.

  46. #46 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    ““… You being wrong …”
    The corroboration quoted”

    Still proves you wrong, teabaggie.

  47. #47 John
    Baltimore
    March 14, 2017

    “… Still proves you wrong …..”
    The corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.
    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity
    You’re still wrong.

  48. #48 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    ““… Still proves you wrong …..”
    The corroboration quoted below”

    Proves you wrong, tebaggie.

  49. #49 John
    Baltimore
    March 14, 2017

    The corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.
    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity
    You’re still wrong.

  50. #50 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    “The corroboration quoted below ”

    Is still proving you wrong, teabag.

  51. #51 John
    Baltimore
    March 14, 2017

    “Is still proving …”

    The corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.
    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity
    You’re still wrong.

  52. #52 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    ““Is still proving …”

    The corroboration quoted ”

    Is still proving you wrong, teabaggie.

  53. #53 John
    Baltimore
    March 14, 2017

    “… you wrong …”

    The corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.
    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity
    You’re still wrong.

  54. #54 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    ““… you wrong …”

    The corroboration quoted below supports”

    You being wrong, teabaggie.

  55. #55 John
    Baltimore
    March 14, 2017

    “You being …”

    The corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.
    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity
    You’re still wrong.

  56. #56 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    ““You being …”

    The corroboration quoted below supports my position ”

    Being wrong, teabaggie.

  57. #57 John
    Baltimore
    March 14, 2017

    “Being wrong …”

    The corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.
    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity
    You’re still wrong.

  58. #58 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    ““Being wrong …”

    The corroboration quoted below supports my position”

    Being false, tebaggie.

  59. #59 John
    Baltimore
    March 14, 2017

    “Being false …”

    The corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.
    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity
    You’re still wrong.

  60. #60 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    ““Being false …”

    The corroboration quoted below”

    Still doesn’t, teabaggie.

  61. #61 John
    Baltimore
    March 14, 2017

    “… Still doesn’t …”

    The corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.
    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity
    You’re still wrong.

  62. #62 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    ““… Still doesn’t …”

    The corroboration quoted ”

    Still fails to.

  63. #63 John
    Baltimore
    March 14, 2017

    “… Still fails to …”

    The corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.
    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity
    You’re still wrong.

  64. #64 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    ‘course yo ustill have no evidence of even a singularity in a black hole, do you, teabaggie.

    So it’s no wonder your posts are still failing to support your wild and asinine claims. As if you made any other type of claims…!

  65. #65 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    ““… Still fails to …”

    The corroboration quoted below supports ”

    Still proves you wrong, teabaggie.

  66. #66 John
    Baltimore
    March 14, 2017

    “… a singularity in a black hole ,,,

    “A gravitational singularity as predicted by general relativity is at the center of a black hole: any star collapsing beyond a certain point (the Schwarzschild radius) would form a black hole, inside which a singularity (covered by an event horizon) would be formed.”

    Wrong again.

    The corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.
    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity
    You’re still wrong.

  67. #67 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    “Wrong again.”

    Yes, you’re wrong again. You still no evidence that there’s a singularity, but that doesn’t stop you proclaiming it is there, teabaggie.

    You love the unevidenced claim when you do it, but can’t understand evidence when it’s against you.

    So sad.

  68. #68 John
    Baltimore
    March 14, 2017

    “A gravitational singularity as predicted by general relativity is at the center of a black hole: any star collapsing beyond a certain point (the Schwarzschild radius) would form a black hole, inside which a singularity (covered by an event horizon) would be formed.”

    Wrong again.

    The corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.
    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity
    You’re still wrong.

  69. #69 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    “Wrong again.”

    Yes, indeed you are, teabaggie.

    I knew you had no evidence.

  70. #70 John
    Baltimore
    March 14, 2017

    “… you had no evidence”

    I have provided the corroboration below to support my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

    You’re still wrong.

  71. #71 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    “The corroboration quoted below supports my position ”

    Still doesn’t, teabaggie.

  72. #72 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    ““… you had no evidence”

    I have provided the corroboration below ”

    Instead of evidence, tebaggie.

  73. #73 John
    Baltimore
    March 14, 2017

    “… doesn’t ..”
    The corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.
    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity
    You’re still wrong.

  74. #74 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    “I have provided the corroboration below to support my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.”

    And still doesn’t, teabaggie.

  75. #75 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    ” March 14, 2017

    “… doesn’t ..”
    The corroboration quoted below ”

    Still doesn’t, teabaggie.

  76. #76 John
    Baltimore
    March 14, 2017

    “… And still doesn’t …”

    The corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.
    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity
    You’re still wrong.

  77. #77 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    ““… And still doesn’t …”

    The corroboration quoted below ”

    Shows you are wrong, teabaggie.

  78. #78 John
    Baltimore
    March 14, 2017

    “… Shows you are wrongt …”

    The corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.
    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity
    You’re still wrong.

  79. #79 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    ““… Shows you are wrongt …”

    The corroboration quoted below ”

    Shows you are wrong, teabaggie.

  80. #80 John
    Baltimore
    March 14, 2017

    “… Shows you are wrong …”

    The corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity
    You’re still wrong.

  81. #81 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    ” March 14, 2017

    “… Shows you are wrong …”

    The corroboration quoted below ”

    Still shows you are wrong, teabaggie.

  82. #82 John
    Baltimore
    March 14, 2017

    “… Still shows you …”

    The corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity
    You’re still wrong.

  83. #83 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    “”… Still shows you …”

    The corroboration quoted below”

    Shows you are wrong, teabaggie.

  84. #84 John
    Baltimore
    March 14, 2017

    “… Shows you …”

    The corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity
    You’re still wrong.

  85. #85 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    ““… Shows you …”

    The corroboration quoted below ”

    Is proving you wrong, teabaggie.

  86. #86 John
    Baltimore
    March 14, 2017

    “… Is proving …”

    The corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity
    You’re still wrong.

  87. #87 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    ““… Is proving …”

    The corroboration quoted below ”

    Still doesn’t, teabaggie.

  88. #88 John
    Baltimore
    March 14, 2017

    “… Still doesn’t, …”

    The corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity
    You’re still wrong.

  89. #89 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    ““… Still doesn’t, …”

    The corroboration quoted below ”

    Doesn’t, teabaggie.

  90. #90 John
    Baltimore
    March 14, 2017

    “… Doesn’t, …”

    The corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity
    You’re still wrong.

  91. #91 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    ““… Doesn’t, …”

    The corroboration quoted below ”

    Doesn’t, teabaggie.

  92. #92 John
    Baltimore
    March 14, 2017

    “Doesn’t…”
    The corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity
    You’re still wrong.

  93. #93 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    ““Doesn’t…”
    The corroboration quoted below ”

    Does not. But don’t stop, teabaggie. Your irrelevance is amusing.

  94. #94 John
    Baltimore
    March 14, 2017

    “… Does not …”

    The corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.
    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity
    You’re still wrong.

  95. #95 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    ““… Does not …”

    The corroboration quoted below ”

    Still doesn’t teabaggie.

  96. #96 John
    March 14, 2017

    ” …below ”
    Still doesn’t …”

    The corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity
    You’re still wrong.

  97. #97 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    “” …below ”
    Still doesn’t …”

    The corroboration quoted below ”

    Still does not, teabaggie.

  98. #98 John
    Baltimore
    March 14, 2017

    “Still does not …”

    The corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity
    You’re still wrong.

  99. #99 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    ““Still does not …”

    The corroboration quoted ”

    Still doesn’t, teabaggie.

  100. #100 John
    Baltimore
    March 14, 2017

    “ quoted ”

    … Still doesn’t.”
    The corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.
    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity
    You’re still wrong.

  101. #101 Wow
    March 14, 2017

    ““ quoted ”

    … Still doesn’t.”
    The corroboration quoted below ”

    Still doesn’t, teabaggie.

  102. #102 John
    Baltimore
    March 14, 2017

    “… quoted below ”

    Stilll doesn’t.”

    The corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.
    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity
    You’re still wrong.

  103. #103 Ethan
    March 14, 2017

    Woah, just checked in after 100+ comments like this.

    You two seem to have become a time crystal.

  104. #104 John
    Baltimore
    March 14, 2017

    Ethan,

    If he stops attacking me, I’ll feel no need to reply.

    John

  105. #105 PJ
    Perth, west Oz
    March 14, 2017

    There are two places for this behaviour, neither of which are desired here – kindergarten, or politics.
    🙂

  106. #106 Teabaggie
    A Cup of Hot Water, Lancashire
    March 14, 2017

    I say, the use of my name in such an insulting manner is quite preposterous. Frankly I don’t know what this “Wow” person is so on about. There is nothing wrong with a lovely cup of tea.

  107. #107 Wow
    March 15, 2017

    “If he stops attacking me”

    I’m not, tabaggie. Telling you you are wrong is not attacking you.

    Sorry, precious, your ego is not the meaning of the world.

  108. #108 Wow
    March 15, 2017

    “There is nothing wrong with a lovely cup of tea.”

    Yeah, but you’re always drunk.

  109. #109 Wow
    March 15, 2017

    ““… quoted below ”

    Stilll doesn’t.”

    The corroboration quoted below ”

    Still doesn’t.

  110. #110 John
    Baltimore
    March 15, 2017

    “… corroboration quoted below ”

    Stilll doesn’t.”

    The corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.
    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity
    You’re still wrong.

  111. #111 Wow
    March 15, 2017

    ““… corroboration quoted below ”

    Stilll doesn’t.”

    The corroboration quoted below”

    Still doesn’t.

  112. #112 John
    Baltimore
    March 15, 2017

    “… The corroboration quoted below ”

    Stilll doesn’t.”

    The corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.
    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity
    You’re still wrong.

  113. #113 Wow
    March 15, 2017

    ““… The corroboration quoted below ”

    Stilll doesn’t.”

    The corroboration quoted below supports”

    You being wrong, teabaggie.

  114. #114 John
    Baltimore
    March 15, 2017

    “… You being wrong.”

    The corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.
    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity
    You’re still wrong.

  115. #115 Wow
    March 15, 2017

    “… You being wrong.”

    The corroboration quoted below ”

    Still doesn’t, teabaggie.

  116. #116 John
    Baltimore
    March 15, 2017

    “… You being wrong.”

    The corroboration quoted below ”

    The corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.
    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity
    You’re still wrong.

  117. #117 Wow
    March 15, 2017

    ““… You being wrong.”

    The corroboration quoted below ”

    The corroboration quoted ”

    Still doesn’t, teabaggie.

  118. #118 John
    Baltimore
    March 15, 2017

    March 15, 2017
    “… The corroboration quoted ”

    Still doesn’t, ….”

    The corroboration quoted below ”

    The corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.
    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity
    You’re still wrong.

  119. #119 Wow
    March 15, 2017

    “—
    “… The corroboration quoted ”

    Still doesn’t, ….”

    The corroboration quoted below ”

    The corroboration quoted below”

    Still doesn’t, tebaggie.

  120. #120 John
    Baltimore
    March 15, 2017

    “… The corroboration quoted below ”
    The corroboration quoted below”
    Still doesn’, ….”

    The corroboration quoted below ”

    The corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.
    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity
    You’re still wrong.

  121. #121 Wow
    March 15, 2017

    ““… The corroboration quoted below ”
    The corroboration quoted below”
    Still doesn’, ….”

    The corroboration quoted below ”

    The corroboration quoted below ”

    Still doesn’t, teabaggie.

  122. #122 John
    Baltimore
    March 15, 2017

    “… corroboration quoted below ”
    The corroboration quoted below”
    Still doesn’, ….”

    The corroboration quoted below ”

    The corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.
    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity
    You’re still wrong.

  123. #123 Wow
    March 15, 2017

    “The corroboration quoted below supports my position ”

    Does not, teabaggie.

  124. #124 John
    Baltimore
    March 15, 2017

    “The corroboration quoted below supports my position”
    Does not, ….”

    The corroboration quoted below ”

    The corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.
    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity
    You’re still wrong.

  125. #125 Wow
    March 15, 2017

    “upports my position”
    Does not, ….”

    The corroboration quoted below ”

    The corroboration quoted below”

    Still does not, tebaggie.

  126. #126 John
    Baltimore
    March 15, 2017

    “The corroboration quoted below ”

    The corroboration quoted below”

    Still does not, ”

    The corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.
    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity
    You’re still wrong.

  127. #127 Wow
    March 15, 2017

    Still does not, ”

    The corroboration quoted b”

    Still doesn’t, teabaggie.

  128. #128 John
    Baltimore
    March 15, 2017


    The corroboration quoted below”
    Still does not, ”

    The corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.
    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity
    You’re still wrong.

  129. #129 Wow
    March 15, 2017

    “The corroboration quoted below”
    Still does not, ”

    The corroboration quoted below ”

    Still doesn’t, teabaggie.

  130. #130 John
    Baltimore
    March 15, 2017

    “The corroboration quoted below”
    Still does not, ”

    The corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.
    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity
    You’re still wrong.

  131. #131 Wow
    March 15, 2017

    “The corroboration quoted below”
    Still does not, ”

    The corroboration quoted below””

    Still doesn’t, teabaggie.

  132. #132 John
    Baltimore
    March 15, 2017

    “The corroboration quoted below”
    Still doesn’t, ”

    The corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.
    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity
    You’re still wrong.

  133. #133 Wow
    March 15, 2017

    /”“The corroboration quoted below”
    Still doesn’t, ”

    The corroboration quoted below s”

    Still doesn’t, teabaggie.

  134. #134 John
    Baltimore
    March 15, 2017

    “Still doesn’t, ”
    The corroboration quoted below s”
    Still doesn’t ”

    The corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.
    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity
    You’re still wrong.

  135. #135 Wow
    March 15, 2017


    The corroboration quoted below s”
    Still doesn’t ”

    The corroboration quoted below ”

    Still doesn’t, tebaggie.

  136. #136 John
    March 15, 2017

    “… doesn’t, ”
    The corroboration quoted below s”
    Still doesn’t ”

    The corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.
    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity
    You’re still wrong.

  137. #137 Wow
    March 15, 2017

    ““… doesn’t, ”
    The corroboration quoted below s”
    Still doesn’t ”

    The corroboration quoted below”

    Still doesn’t., teabaggie.

  138. #138 John
    Baltimore
    March 15, 2017

    “… ”
    The corroboration quoted below s”
    Still doesn’t ”

    The corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.
    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity
    You’re still wrong.

  139. #139 Wow
    March 15, 2017

    “… ”
    The corroboration quoted below s”
    Still doesn’t ”

    The corroboration quoted below”

    Still doesn’t, teabaggie.

  140. #140 John
    Baltimore
    March 15, 2017

    “…
    The corroboration quoted below ”
    Still doesn’t ”

    The corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.
    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity
    You’re still wrong.

  141. #141 Wow
    March 15, 2017

    “…
    The corroboration quoted below ”
    Still doesn’t ”

    The corroboration quoted below ”

    Still doesn’t.

  142. #142 John
    Baltimore
    March 15, 2017

    “…
    corroboration quoted below ”
    Still doesn’t ”

    The corroboration quoted below supports my position that in .that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.
    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity
    You’re still wrong.

  143. #143 Wow
    March 15, 2017

    ““…
    corroboration quoted below ”
    Still doesn’t ”

    The corroboration quoted ”

    Still does not, teabaggie.

  144. #144 John
    Baltimore
    March 15, 2017

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity
    You’re still mistaken.

  145. #145 Wow
    March 15, 2017

    2You’re still mistaken.”

    I’ve been 100% on the money so far, teabaggie. All you’ve done is prove yourself wrong by independent external links to the WP site.

  146. #146 John
    Baltimore
    March 15, 2017

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity
    You remain mistaken.

  147. #147 Wow
    March 15, 2017

    “You remain mistaken.”

    I remain proven correct, teabaggie.

  148. #148 John
    March 15, 2017

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

    You’ve made another mistake.

  149. #149 Wow
    March 15, 2017

    “You’ve made another mistake.”

    I’ve not made one, yet, teabaggie. Can’t make another one if I’ve not made a first one.

  150. #150 John
    Baltimore
    March 15, 2017

    You’ve made another mistake.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  151. #151 Wow
    March 15, 2017

    The following independent quote proves you’re wrong, teabaggie:

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  152. #152 John
    Baltimore
    March 15, 2017

    That is another mistake.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  153. #153 Wow
    March 15, 2017

    “That is another mistake.”

    Why then do you keep making that mistake time and time again, teabaggie?

    All you’re doing is proving you are wrong.

  154. #154 John
    Baltimore
    March 15, 2017

    That is yet another mistake.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  155. #155 Wow
    March 15, 2017

    “That is yet another mistake.”

    Then stop making it.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

    So proving you are wrong, teabaggie.

  156. #156 John
    Baltimore
    March 15, 2017

    I’m pleased to see you have agreed with me that you are mistaken by adopting my reference.

    Thank you.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  157. #157 Wow
    March 15, 2017

    “I’m pleased to see you have ”

    Proved you were wrong with the external evidence:

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

    Well done for admitting that this proves you were wrong all along, teabaggie.

    WELL DONE!

  158. #158 John
    Baltimore
    March 15, 2017

    It’s good to see you have agreed with me that you are mistaken by adopting my reference.

    Thank you.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  159. #159 Wow
    March 15, 2017

    It still doesn’t seem to register with your incompetence that this quote proves you were and are still 100% wrong, teabaggie:

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  160. #160 John
    Baltimore
    March 15, 2017

    I’m encouraged to see by adopting my reference that you have agreed with me that you were mistaken.

    Thank you.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  161. #161 Wow
    March 15, 2017

    “I’m encouraged to see by adopting my reference ”

    The one that proves you were wrong. You’re welcome, teabaggie. Every time you want to be told when you’re wrong, ask me.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

    Proves you are wrong, teabaggie.

  162. #162 John
    Baltimore
    March 15, 2017

    It took a surprisingly long time, but by adopting my reference you have agreed with me that you were mistaken.

    Thank you.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  163. #163 Wow
    March 15, 2017

    “It took a surprisingly long time,”

    Nut you’ve finally realised that the quote proved you wrong?

    Nah, you’re far too nutjob for that, aren’t you teabaggie.
    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

    Proves you are wrong, teabaggie.

  164. #164 John
    Baltimore
    March 15, 2017

    By adopting my reference you have agreed with me that you were mistaken.

    Thank you.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  165. #165 Wow
    March 15, 2017

    “By adopting my reference”

    Its not your reference, teabaggie. It’s a WP link.

    “you have agreed with me that you were mistaken.”

    That’s your mistake, teabaggie.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

    Proves you are wrong, teabaggie.

  166. #166 John
    Baltimore
    March 15, 2017

    You could have saved yourself much trouble by agreeing with me sooner that you were mistaken.

    Thank you.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  167. #167 Wow
    March 15, 2017

    “You could have saved yourself much trouble by agreeing with me ”

    But that would mean telling you a lie, teabaggie.

    I realise that you spam and spam and spam and spam and spam and spam and spam and spam and spam so as to make everyone just give up and agree with whatever insanity you are currently spouting, but it’s rather brazen to just come out and say so.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

    Proves you are wrong, teabaggie.

  168. #168 John
    Baltimore
    March 15, 2017

    By adopting the reference that supports my position, you have agreed with me that you were mistaken.

    Thank you.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  169. #169 Wow
    March 15, 2017

    “the reference that supports my position”

    Still doesn’t, teabaggie.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

    Proves you are wrong, teabaggie.

  170. #170 John
    Baltimore
    March 15, 2017

    By adopting the reference that supports my position, you have agreed with me that you were mistaken. This shows you in a good light, what with being able to recognize your error, and are willing to make the needed adjustments.
    Thank you.
    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  171. #171 Wow
    March 15, 2017

    “the reference that supports my position”

    Still doesn’t teabaggie. It still proves you wrong.

  172. #172 John
    Baltimore
    March 15, 2017

    Adopting the reference that supports my position as you have, you have agreed with me that you were mistaken. It’s good to see you being able to recognize your error, and are willing to make the needed adjustments.
    Thank you.
    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  173. #173 Wow
    March 15, 2017

    ” the reference that supports my position ”

    Doesn’t exist, teabaggie.

    Because you’re wrong. This one:
    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

    Proves you were and still are wrong.

  174. #174 John
    Baltimore
    March 15, 2017

    Adopting the reference that supports my position as you have, you have agreed with me that you were mistaken. It’s good to see you being able to recognize your error, and are willing to make the needed adjustments.

    Thank you.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  175. #175 Wow
    March 15, 2017

    “you have agreed with me ”

    You are nuts, teabaggie.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

    Proves you were and still are wrong.

  176. #176 John
    Baltimore
    March 15, 2017

    It’s good to see you being able to recognize your error, and are willing to make the needed adjustments. Adopting the reference that supports my position as you have, you have agreed with me that you were mistaken.

    Thank you.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  177. #177 Wow
    March 15, 2017

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

    Proves you were and still are wrong.

  178. #178 John
    Baltimore
    March 15, 2017

    Thank you.

    It’s good to see you being able to recognize your error, and are willing to make the needed adjustments. Adopting the reference that supports my position as you have, you have agreed with me that you were mistaken.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  179. #179 Wow
    March 15, 2017

    “Thank you.”

    You’re welcome.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

    Proves you were and still are wrong.

  180. #180 John
    Baltimore
    March 15, 2017

    Adopting the reference that supports my position as you have, you have agreed with me that you were mistaken.
    Thank you.
    It’s good to see you being able to recognize your error, and are willing to make the needed adjustments.
    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  181. #181 Wow
    March 15, 2017

    “Thank you.”

    No problem.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

    Proves you were and still are wrong.

  182. #182 John
    Baltimore
    March 15, 2017

    Thank you. Adopting the reference that supports my position as you have, you have agreed with me that you were mistaken. It’s good to see you being able to recognize your error, and are willing to make the needed adjustments.
    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  183. #183 Wow
    March 15, 2017

    “Thank you.”

    Any time.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

    Proves you were and still are wrong.

  184. #184 John
    b
    March 15, 2017

    Thank you. It’s good to see you being able to recognize your error, and are willing to make the needed adjustments. Adopting the reference that supports my position as you have, you have agreed with me that you were mistaken.
    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  185. #185 Wow
    March 15, 2017

    “Thank you. ”

    That’s OK. It proves you wrong, but if you want to thank me for showing that, you’re welcome, teabaggie.

  186. #186 John
    Baltimore
    March 15, 2017

    Thank you. It’s good to see you being able to recognize your error, and are willing to make the needed adjustments.
    Adopting, as you have, the reference that supports my position, you have agreed with me that you were mistaken.
    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  187. #187 Wow
    March 15, 2017

    ” It’s good to see you being able to recognize your error,”

    Where, teabaggie? All I’m doing is showing a reference that proves you wrong.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”

    Proves you are wrong, teabaggie.

    Always has.

  188. #188 John
    Baltimore
    March 15, 2017

    It’s good to see you being able to recognize your error, and are willing to make the needed adjustments. Thank you. Adopting, as you have, the reference that supports my position, you have agreed with me that you were mistaken.
    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  189. #189 Wow
    March 15, 2017

    “the reference that supports my position”

    No such reference appears here like that, teabaggie. Only one showing you were wrong and are lying, teabaggie.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”

    Proves you are wrong, teabaggie.

  190. #190 John
    Baltimore
    March 15, 2017

    It’s good to see you being able to recognize your error, and are willing to make the needed adjustments. Adopting, as you have, the reference that supports my position, you have agreed with me that you were mistaken. Thank you.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  191. #191 John
    Baltimore
    March 15, 2017

    @ #189 “… Proves you are wrong …”

    You are mistaken; it shows that I am correct.

    Focusing in a bit more closely, “… some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in …”, it is clear that when infinities of this nature crop up, it is a problem for the theory where it occurs.

    The reference does support my position, that in certain instances infinity is considered a problem in Physics.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  192. #192 Wow
    March 16, 2017

    “@ #189 “… Proves you are wrong …”

    You are mistaken; it shows that I am correct.”

    You are mistaken. It shows you are wrong and I am correct.

    Yet you are such an ignoramus that you do not comprehend the problem, do you. Your ego is so immense that you will not consider there is one, hence your rampant hipocrisy, teabaggie.

    The singularity is not an infinity, the singularity is not known to be there in a black hole, infinities are not a problem in physics, they are a problem in mathematics. And every single way possible your claims are asinine, moronic, and those of a 12 year old trying to impress teacher with their smarts that they do not have.

    But you are such an incompetent blowhard, teabaggie, you cannot comprehend the problem with that quote and that it proves you wrong by showing how infinities and singularities are not the same thing and how they are not a problem but are a normal method for solving a multi-valued output like eigenvalues by the method of normalisation.

    And you are such an incompetent asshat that you are incapable of seeing that just making some random-ass quote and proclaiming it to prove you right is asinine, even though you refuse to accept my claim proven by quoting it and claiming it proves me right.

    Because you’re an egomaniac and an ignorant and incompetent twat who hasn’t the first clue about science and doesn’t even know what it means.

  193. #193 Wow
    March 16, 2017

    “… some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in …”

    The ultraviolet catastrophe.

    NOT black holes, reatard.

    Which is why you were proven wrong with your claim that it was the black hole.

    The FACT that you elided the quote JUST AT THAT POINT indicates that to some minor extent you know the problem, but your rampant and unquenchable ego refused to let you know you were wrong. Because being wrong is, to you, a PERSONAL ATTACK.

    Because, as said before, teabaggie, you’re a massive wankstain with a massive ego and a complete and utter incomprehension of what reality says when it goes against your preferences.

    Even denier does better than you by far. And he’s a fucking fruitloop on climate.

  194. #194 John
    Baltimore
    March 16, 2017

    It’s good to see you being able to recognize your mistake and are willing to make the needed adjustments. Adopting, as you have, the reference that supports my position, you have agreed with me that you were mistaken. Thank you.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  195. #195 Wow
    March 16, 2017

    “the reference that supports my position”

    Still doesn’t teabaggie.

    Good to know your ego is actually, really ACTUALLY blind to reality. Your insanity makes it easier to deal with you.

  196. #196 John
    Baltimore
    March 16, 2017

    It’s good to see you being able to recognize your error and are willing to make the needed corrections. Adopting, as you have, the reference that supports my position, you have agreed with me that you were mistaken. Thank you.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  197. #197 Wow
    March 16, 2017

    I see you’re still batshit crazy, teabaggie. Totally incompetent at everything. You are such an ignoramus that you do not comprehend the problem, do you. Your ego is so immense that you will not consider there is one, hence your rampant hipocrisy, teabaggie.

    The singularity is not an infinity, the singularity is not known to be there in a black hole, infinities are not a problem in physics, they are a problem in mathematics. And every single way possible your claims are asinine, moronic, and those of a 12 year old trying to impress teacher with their smarts that they do not have.

    But you are such an incompetent blowhard, teabaggie, you cannot comprehend the problem with that quote and that it proves you wrong by showing how infinities and singularities are not the same thing and how they are not a problem but are a normal method for solving a multi-valued output like eigenvalues by the method of normalisation.

    And you are such an incompetent asshat that you are incapable of seeing that just making some random-ass quote and proclaiming it to prove you right is asinine, even though you refuse to accept my claim proven by quoting it and claiming it proves me right.

    Because you’re an egomaniac and an ignorant and incompet

  198. #198 John
    Baltimore
    March 16, 2017

    “I see you’re still batshit crazy …”

    I, on the other hand am pleased to see you being able to recognize your mistake and being willing to make the needed corrections. Adopting, as you have, the reference that supports my position, you have agreed with me that you were mistaken. Thank you.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  199. #199 Wow
    March 16, 2017

    You see what you want to be real, teabaggie, and reality can go hang. You are such an ignoramus that you do not comprehend the problem, do you. Your ego is so immense that you will not consider there is one, hence your rampant hipocrisy, teabaggie.

    The singularity is not an infinity, the singularity is not known to be there in a black hole, infinities are not a problem in physics, they are a problem in mathematics. And every single way possible your claims are asinine, moronic, and those of a 12 year old trying to impress teacher with their smarts that they do not have.

    But you are such an incompetent blowhard, teabaggie, you cannot comprehend the problem with that quote and that it proves you wrong by showing how infinities and singularities are not the same thing and how they are not a problem but are a normal method for solving a multi-valued output like eigenvalues by the method of normalisation.

    And you are such an incompetent asshat that you are incapable of seeing that just making some random-ass quote and proclaiming it to prove you right is asinine, even though you refuse to accept my claim proven by quoting it and claiming it proves me right.

    Because you’re an egomaniac and an ignorant and incompetent

  200. #200 John
    Baltimore
    March 16, 2017

    “… reality can go hang. You are such an ignoramus that you do not comprehend the problem, do you. Your ego is so immense that you will not consider there is one …” etc. etc etc.

    I’m glad you recognize that that when infinities of this nature (the mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit.) crop up, it is a problem for the theory where it occurs.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  201. #201 Wow
    March 16, 2017

    I’m saddened that you still think that you’re right when you’re so badly wrong, teabaggie.

    But reality isn’t anything you entertain in your little world. It doesn’t do like you demand.

  202. #202 John
    Baltimore
    March 16, 2017

    “… reality isn’t anything you entertain in your little world …” etc. etc etc.

    I’m glad you recognize that that when infinities of this nature (the mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit.) crop up, it is a problem for the theory where it occurs.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  203. #203 Wow
    March 16, 2017

    ““… reality isn’t anything you entertain in your little world …” etc. etc etc.

    I’m glad …”

    You see what you want to be real, teabaggie, and reality can go hang. You are such an ignoramus that you do not comprehend the problem, do you. Your ego is so immense that you will not consider there is one, hence your rampant hipocrisy, teabaggie.

    The singularity is not an infinity, the singularity is not known to be there in a black hole, infinities are not a problem in physics, they are a problem in mathematics. And every single way possible your claims are asinine, moronic, and those of a 12 year old trying to impress teacher with their smarts that they do not have.

    But you are such an incompetent blowhard, teabaggie, you cannot comprehend the problem with that quote and that it proves you wrong by showing how infinities and singularities are not the same thing and how they are not a problem but are a normal method for solving a multi-valued output like eigenvalues by the method of normalisation.

    And you are such an incompetent asshat that you are incapable of seeing that just making some random-ass quote and proclaiming it to prove you right is asinine, even though you refuse to accept my claim proven by quoting it and claiming it proves me right.

    Because you’re an egomaniac and an ignorant and incompetent

  204. #204 John
    Baltimore
    March 16, 2017

    “… Your ego is so immense that you will not consider there is one, hence your rampant hipocrisy …” etc. etc etc.

    I’m glad you recognize that that when infinities of this nature (the mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit.) crop up, it is a problem for the theory where it occurs.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  205. #205 Wow
    March 16, 2017

    ““… Your ego is so immense that you will not consider there is one, hence your rampant hipocrisy …” etc. etc etc.

    I’m glad …”

    You see what you want to be real, teabaggie, and reality can go hang. You are such an ignoramus that you do not comprehend the problem, do you. Your ego is so immense that you will not consider there is one, hence your rampant hipocrisy, teabaggie.

    The singularity is not an infinity, the singularity is not known to be there in a black hole, infinities are not a problem in physics, they are a problem in mathematics. And every single way possible your claims are asinine, moronic, and those of a 12 year old trying to impress teacher with their smarts that they do not have.

    But you are such an incompetent blowhard, teabaggie, you cannot comprehend the problem with that quote and that it proves you wrong by showing how infinities and singularities are not the same thing and how they are not a problem but are a normal method for solving a multi-valued output like eigenvalues by the method of normalisation.

    And you are such an incompetent asshat that you are incapable of seeing that just making some random-ass quote and proclaiming it to prove you right is asinine, even though you refuse to accept my claim proven by quoting it and claiming it proves me right.

    Because you’re an egomaniac and an ignorant and incompetent

  206. #206 John
    Baltimore
    March 16, 2017

    “… You see what you want …” etc. etc etc.

    I’m glad you recognize that that when infinities of this nature (the mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit.) crop up, it is a problem for the theory where it occurs.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  207. #207 Wow
    March 16, 2017

    ““… You see what you want …” etc. etc etc.

    I’m glad …”

    To be insulted?

    You see what you want to be real, teabaggie, and reality can go hang. You are such an ignoramus that you do not comprehend the problem, do you. Your ego is so immense that you will not consider there is one, hence your rampant hipocrisy, teabaggie.

    The singularity is not an infinity, the singularity is not known to be there in a black hole, infinities are not a problem in physics, they are a problem in mathematics. And every single way possible your claims are asinine, moronic, and those of a 12 year old trying to impress teacher with their smarts that they do not have.

    But you are such an incompetent blowhard, teabaggie, you cannot comprehend the problem with that quote and that it proves you wrong by showing how infinities and singularities are not the same thing and how they are not a problem but are a normal method for solving a multi-valued output like eigenvalues by the method of normalisation.

    And you are such an incompetent asshat that you are incapable of seeing that just making some random-ass quote and proclaiming it to prove you right is asinine, even though you refuse to accept my claim proven by quoting it and claiming it proves me right.

    Because you’re an egomaniac and an ignorant and incompetent

  208. #208 John
    Baltimore
    March 16, 2017

    “… But you are such an incompetent blowhard …” etc. etc etc.

    I’m glad you recognize that that when infinities of this nature (the mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit.) crop up, it is a problem for the theory where it occurs.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  209. #209 Wow
    March 16, 2017

    ““… But you are such an incompetent blowhard …” etc. etc etc.

    I’m glad …”

    That youre an incompetent blowhard?

    You see what you want to be real, teabaggie, and reality can go hang. You are such an ignoramus that you do not comprehend the problem, do you. Your ego is so immense that you will not consider there is one, hence your rampant hipocrisy, teabaggie.

    The singularity is not an infinity, the singularity is not known to be there in a black hole, infinities are not a problem in physics, they are a problem in mathematics. And every single way possible your claims are asinine, moronic, and those of a 12 year old trying to impress teacher with their smarts that they do not have.

    But you are such an incompetent blowhard, teabaggie, you cannot comprehend the problem with that quote and that it proves you wrong by showing how infinities and singularities are not the same thing and how they are not a problem but are a normal method for solving a multi-valued output like eigenvalues by the method of normalisation.

    And you are such an incompetent asshat that you are incapable of seeing that just making some random-ass quote and proclaiming it to prove you right is asinine, even though you refuse to accept my claim proven by quoting it and claiming it proves me right.

    Because you’re an egomaniac and an ignorant and incompetent

  210. #210 John
    Baltimore
    March 16, 2017

    “… you cannot comprehend the problem with that quote…” etc. etc etc.

    I’m glad you recognize that that when infinities of this nature (the mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit.) crop up, it is a problem for the theory where it occurs.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  211. #211 Wow
    March 16, 2017

    … you cannot comprehend the problem with that quote…” etc. etc etc.

    You knobeating fuckqitted moronic retarded twatfeature!

    Your god is a piece of shit out of money crack whore.

    You don’t listen to a frigging thing, so it doesn’t matter what I say.

    And it doesn’t change the fact that you’re a retard who is entirely wrong and incapable of accepting it.

  212. #212 John
    Baltimore
    March 16, 2017

    “… You don’t listen to a frigging thing, so it doesn’t matter what I say.…” etc. etc etc.

    I’m glad you recognize that that when infinities of this nature (the mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit.) crop up, it is a problem for the theory where it occurs.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  213. #213 Wow
    March 16, 2017

    So you enjoy your life of renting out your arsehole to drug runners from Somalia, teabaggie. Well, it’s certainly in keeping with your immorality and explains your insanities, but it’s hardly something necessary to tell everyone about on a public blog.

  214. #214 John
    Baltimore
    March 16, 2017

    “… you enjoy your life of renting out your arsehole to drug runners from Somalia.…” etc. etc etc.

    I’m glad you recognize that that when infinities of this nature (the mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit.) crop up, it is a problem for the theory where it occurs.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  215. #215 Wow
    March 16, 2017

    Well, yes, I’m afraid that wanting to get into your grandmothers’ casket at her funeral service while naked is rather frowned upon, teabaggie, but again, this is not a confession you should be making here on starts with a bang. That isn’t the “bang” this site’s title is going on about.

  216. #216 John
    Baltimore
    March 16, 2017

    “… , this is not a confession you should be making here on starts with a bang.…” etc. etc etc.

    I’m glad you recognize that that when infinities of this nature (the mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit.) crop up, it is a problem for the theory where it occurs.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  217. #217 Wow
    March 16, 2017

    No, tbaggie, nobody here wants to see photos of you smearing yourself with the shit from your dog’s latest bout of the squitters. I don’t even know if anyone else could stomach seeing something like that, what with your copious body sores on display.

  218. #218 John
    Baltimore
    March 16, 2017

    “… nobody here wants to see photos .…” etc. etc etc.

    I’m glad you recognize that that when infinities of this nature (the mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit.) crop up, it is a problem for the theory where it occurs.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  219. #219 Wow
    March 16, 2017

    You are not a nigerian prince, teabggie, we KNOW that this is just a scam to get money advances from gullible morons. Yes, we know it worked on you, but you’re a retard. We know about that scam.

  220. #220 John
    Baltimore
    March 16, 2017

    “… we know it worked .…” etc. etc etc.

    I’m glad you recognize that that when infinities of this nature (the mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit.) crop up, it is a problem for the theory where it occurs.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  221. #221 Wow
    March 16, 2017

    No, teaaggie, eating pencils will not make you smarter, even if you sharpened them beforehand. And definitely not if you have been shoving them up your arsehole first.

  222. #222 John
    Baltimore
    March 16, 2017

    “… make you smarter .…” etc. etc etc.

    I’m glad you recognize that that when infinities of this nature (the mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit.) crop up, it is a problem for the theory where it occurs.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  223. #223 Wow
    March 16, 2017

    Please stop telling people what your poop tastes like, teabaggie, nobody is interested.

  224. #224 John
    Baltimore
    March 16, 2017

    “Please stop telling peopler .…” etc. etc etc.

    I’m glad you recognize that that when infinities of this nature (the mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit.) crop up, it is a problem for the theory where it occurs.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  225. #225 Wow
    March 16, 2017

    There’s nothing about your nostrils that is unusual, teabaggie, not even if god is living in them like you insist.

  226. #226 John
    Baltimore
    March 16, 2017

    “There’s nothing about .…” etc. etc etc.

    I’m glad you recognize that that when infinities of this nature (the mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit.) crop up, it is a problem for the theory where it occurs.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  227. #227 Wow
    March 16, 2017

    Well, yes teabaggie, you are completely ignorant of everything in the universeand have completely failed to learn anything from your pre-school teaching, despite hving been in there for the last 84 years, waiting for potty training to sink in.

    I am glad you’re finally getting the point and have worked out that your problem is due to your incompetence.

  228. #228 John
    Baltimore
    March 16, 2017

    “… you are completely ignorant of everything .…” etc. etc etc.

    I’m glad you recognize that that when infinities of this nature (the mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit.) crop up, it is a problem for the theory where it occurs.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  229. #229 Wow
    March 16, 2017

    You are finally working out that I’ve been right all along, teabaggie. Well it’s nice of oyu to apologize for being such a fuckwitted moron and it is nice of you to apologise so profusely for your insane dribblings.

    Keep it up, teabaggie!

  230. #230 John
    Baltimore
    March 16, 2017

    “… it is nice of you .…” etc. etc etc.

    I’m glad you recognize that that when infinities of this nature (the mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit.) crop up, it is a problem for the theory where it occurs.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  231. #231 Wow
    March 16, 2017

    Absolutely, I am abslutely correct again, thank you for finally admitting your incompetence and idiocy.

    Certainly took you long enough!

  232. #232 John
    Baltimore
    March 16, 2017

    “… abslutely correct again, thank you .…” etc. etc etc.

    I’m glad you recognize that that when infinities of this nature (the mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit.) crop up, it is a problem for the theory where it occurs.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  233. #233 Wow
    March 16, 2017

    Yes, teabaggie, like you say I’m absolutely correct and you are a festering pustule in the backside of humanity. Nice term you used there. Quite poetic.

  234. #234 John
    Baltimore
    March 16, 2017

    “… like you say I’m absolutely .…” etc. etc etc.

    I’m glad you recognize that that when infinities of this nature (the mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit.) crop up, it is a problem for the theory where it occurs.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  235. #235 Wow
    March 16, 2017

    Oh, no teabaggi, no you you should NOT be glad to have copulated with all 17 dogs whelped by your granddad’s old terrier cross breed, even if your tiny penis seems to fit their genital opening.

  236. #236 John
    Baltimore
    March 16, 2017

    “… you you should.…” etc. etc etc.

    I’m glad you recognize that that when infinities of this nature (the mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit.) crop up, it is a problem for the theory where it occurs.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  237. #237 Wow
    March 16, 2017

    Yes, teabaggie, you HAVE been a retarded NOMA insisting shithead, good that you finally admit it, along with how you’ve been lying your arse off to try to get some of your dribblings accepted as valid.

    So well done for admitting these and all the other massive failures of your life above. Very brave of you.

  238. #238 John
    Baltimore
    March 16, 2017

    “… So well done …” etc. etc etc.

    I’m glad you recognize that that when infinities of this nature (the mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit.) crop up, it is a problem for the theory where it occurs.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  239. #239 Wow
    March 16, 2017

    Yes,teabaggie, I’ve been right all along and you’ve been a lying little shitstain.

  240. #240 John
    Baltimore
    March 16, 2017

    “… been right all along …” etc. etc etc.

    I’m glad you recognize that that when infinities of this nature (the mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit.) crop up, it is a problem for the theory where it occurs.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  241. #241 Wow
    March 16, 2017

    Andyou will never change, either, will you. Because you do not have the mental capacity for change. It’s just completely beyond you, as is any coherent rationality or honest.

    Which is why you gravitated to your christan cult.

  242. #242 John
    Baltimore
    March 16, 2017

    “… is why you gravitated …” etc. etc etc.

    I’m glad you recognize that that when infinities of this nature (the mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit.) crop up, it is a problem for the theory where it occurs.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  243. #243 Wow
    March 16, 2017

    Excellent, teabaggie, you ahve no answer to my rebuttal to your asinine and moronic claims, so you bleat them out unadjusted for reality instead to hide the gaping hole in your mind.

    As expected.

    Do you have anything to support your currently wrong proclamations, or are you left with the same nonsensical rubbish you have posted before?

    I’m betting the “same nonsensical rubbish” option is your go-to response.

  244. #244 John
    Baltimore
    March 16, 2017

    “… option is your go …” etc. etc etc.

    I’m glad you recognize that that when infinities of this nature (the mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit.) crop up, it is a problem for the theory where it occurs.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  245. #245 Wow
    March 16, 2017

    As expected, you have nothing new to supply and therefore you failed to support your insistence that there were infinities in a black hole.

    So all you have left is repeating debunked and bullshit claims, which you will do forever more, because you really can’t handle being wrong.

  246. #246 John
    Baltimore
    March 16, 2017

    “… new to supply and …” etc. etc etc.

    I’m glad you recognize that that when infinities of this nature (the mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit.) crop up, it is a problem for the theory where it occurs.

    “Many theories in physics have mathematical singularities of one kind or another. Equations for these physical theories predict that the ball of mass of some quantity becomes infinite or increases without limit. This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory, as in the Ultraviolet Catastrophe, re-normalization, and instability of a hydrogen atom predicted by the Larmor formula.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_singularity

  247. #247 John
    Baltimore
    March 17, 2017

    “… your insistence that there were infinities in a black hole….”

    It would appear that you have not read the quoted passage or the linked article.

    Here is the first sentence: “A gravitational singularity or space-time singularity is a location in space-time where the gravitational field of a celestial body becomes infinite in a way that does not depend on the coordinate system.”

    Perhaps you don not accept that. You are entitled to your opinion.

    However, the general consensus is that, yes, there is a singularity within a black hole, and yes, that is where the gravitational field of a celestial body becomes infinite.

    Now, continuing with the article, “This is generally a sign for a missing piece in the theory.”

    Perhaps you don not accept that. You are entitled to your opinion.

    The general consensus is however that, yes, there is a singularity within a black hole, and as QM does not permit particles to inhabit a space smaller than their wavelengths, this singularity, where the gravitational field becomes infinite is considered a problem, as that is where Physics ends.

  248. #248 John
    Baltimore
    March 17, 2017

    “So all you have left is repeating debunked and bullshit claims …”

    The general consensus is that neither QM nor GR are debunked.

    Perhaps you do not accept that. You are entitled to your opinion.

  249. #249 John
    Baltimore
    March 17, 2017

    Cutting and pasting again?

    No news there.

  250. #250 Wow
    March 17, 2017

    “Cutting and pasting again?”

    At #10, retard. From #8. Your previous post made, you feculant shitstain.

  251. #251 John
    Baltimore
    March 17, 2017

    “… you feculant shitstain.”

    More snappy repartee!

  252. #252 Wow
    March 17, 2017

    http://rationalwiki.org/wiki/File:2014-09-19-1062sea.png

    Sealioning involves jumping into a conversation with endless polite, reasonable questions and demands for answers, usually of entry-level topics far below the actual conversation (e.g. “please prove sexism exists”). This tactic differs little from harassment; instead of discussion, the point is to make someone feel overwhelmed and shut up. It is comparable to running a filibusterWikipedia’s W.svg and preventing anything getting done. The nature of Twitter makes it particularly easy to sealion — since everything is extremely compressed.

    A particularly toxic thing about sealioning is that people who are genuine newbies asking serious questions are easy to mistake for sealions.

  253. #253 John
    Baltimore
    March 17, 2017

    “Sealioning involves jumping into a conversation with endless polite, reasonable questions …”

    This is an unusual and laudable change in your posting verbiage.
    A praiseworthy step in the right direction.
    Keep up the good work!

  254. #254 Carl
    USA
    March 20, 2017

    Aaaaand the winner is ….

    [envelope please] – JOHN!

    It’s been days without another “Yes you did!”, “No I didn’t!” comment. I’ve been watching this bickering with great amusement. Thank you, John and Wow!

  255. #255 Wow
    March 20, 2017

    Uh, win is “gets the last word in”?

    What, exactly, was won? And great alt-reality again there. But why did you whine and whinge and moan about it when you were enjoying it?

    Are you ALWAYS a self-negating retard, Carl? Or is this something you engage in deliberately, you actively insist on making your own posts contradicting yourself?

    Because either is fucking nuts.

  256. #256 Wow
    March 20, 2017

    Maybe it’s endemic with ‘merkins. Maybe they can’t help but be morons, because they have the self control and intelligence of a two year old. Without the excuse of still developing their brain.

  257. #257 Carl
    USA
    March 20, 2017

    And I love you too, Wow!

  258. #258 Carl
    USA
    March 20, 2017

    My apologies to all, I hadn’t read Ethan’s comment summary discussing this thread. I was out of line for stirring the pot; shouldn’t have done that, and I’m sorry.

  259. #259 Wow
    March 20, 2017

    OK, if you were not deliberately shit stirring, I withdraw most of my comment against yours, carl.

    I will point out that your asinine claim of “the winner is…. the one who said shit last” is why it went on and on and on and on and on and on and ….

    Because morons like yourself believe bullshit like that.

    So next time you see someone not stopping an argument and giving up on a moron who isn’t listening, instead of shouting down both parties for not giving up, look in the mirror and tell yourself off for believing that getting the last word in being winning the argument is because of you.

    That others do so does not absolve you of your fault. Kiddie porn isn’t made legitimate if we find out a lot of people engaged in it. Even if kiddie fiddlers use argumentum ad populum to salve their conscience (if they have one).

  260. #260 Cassowandra
    Melbourne Vic
    March 22, 2017

    When I studied Engineering, many years ago, we were told “it is usually safe to extrapolate about one order of magnitude from what we have observed”. We can observe the behaviour of a beam of light, under fully controlled conditions, for about 10 msec. We have no way of independently confirming any astronomical observation, so it is totally pointless talking about ‘Big Bangs’, or the like, let alone trying to make any predictions as to what it all means. In my opinion if something sounds like nonsense it probably is, and as there is no way any of you can ever prove me wrong in any remotely realistic time frame, you are all just wasting your time. It may be fun, but it is all just daydreaming.

    Cassowandra

  261. #261 Susan
    CA, USA
    April 3, 2017

    There has been no doubt in my mind since a young child (ie before age 5) knowing there is another being making the different decision from me and proceeding onwards. Shes (ie plural of she) makes another decision/action and sheses continue onwards. They never reconnect. My failing came with the realizations there wasn’t enough ‘spaces’ for the outcomes, but perhaps I too think in a box – an expanded box, but a finity.

    Our beings are raised in boxes, in acreages, in political lines… in earths. Our ability to comprehend no walls, no lines, no gravity doesn’t exist. But it exists, I am sure.

    (and what color? colors we have never imagined and cannot see in this our universe – as I see colors in numbers)

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