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Okay so I'm going to talk today about thermal relativity and how thermal relativity will help us to find out the corrections to the black hole entropy and I also will talk a little bit about bonds reciprocal relativity theory and its connection to quantum gravity so if I go too fast please stop me and you know and ask me to slow down because sometimes I tend to build very fast okay so a the contents I'm going to you know since a fan has to live earlier I'm going to probably won't be able to go into very details but essentially I want to discuss a little bit about what bonds reciprocal relativity theory is and how from there we can jump to the notion of thermal relativity theory and and because if we believe in thermal relativity theory then we'll be able to find the corrections to the black hole entropy s-- for example to the Schwar shot black hole to the rise near Nostrum like a black hole or the kernel neumann black hole and and how will that impact a in the formulation of a quantum gravitational theory in particular the notion of a minimal area and minimal mass and how that is also related to the yang-mills mass gap the information paradox they are all time dark matter dark energy and for me the most important conclusion of this talk will be the space time matter unification remember the essence of our relativity theory was that he was able to unify space with time and from that formulation of relativity he was able to show that mass was equivalent to energy and vice versa so here I'm going to talk about a space time matter unity where matter can be converted into space time quanta and vice versa now by quantum gravity here I don't mean a quantization in space-time I'm talking about the quantization of space so I'm going to be talking about the atoms of space-time and how those atoms can be converted into matter into mass and vice-versa so for you guys probably this will be the most important because you're looking yeah yeah we are talking about the quantization of space-time a minimal area a minimal length minimal time a bit bit of space-time and how that will be it can be converted into mass and vice-versa so for you guys this is probably the most important a part okay so let me just briefly okay let me just go okay let's start a little bit with gravity bursts of thermodynamics you know you see the deep origins of the connection between black holes and thermodynamics is still a mystery ever since the work of bacon Stein and Hawking you know they realized that black holes had a temperature they behaved like live bodies and they radiate so still to this day as far as I know nobody has been able to find what is the deep origin between.


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If you were to fill a section of outer space with enough small particles of matter, could sound be heard in that section of space?
If you did not confine the gas [air?] then it would disperse VERY rapidly. You might get a couple of squeaks in, but probably not much more. The pressure would approach zero. OTHO if you had a HUGE balloon and raised the pressure a bit you could pass a bit of sound for some distance.
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How can something come out of nothing, as per the Big Bang Theory?
This is a problem for all thinking people, not just scientists. It's known as the "infinite regress" problem or the "turtles all the way down" problem, based on this story, as recounted Stephen Hawking's "A Brief History of Time":A well-known scientist (some say it was Bertrand Russell) once gave a public lecture on astronomy. He described how the earth orbits around the sun and how the sun, in turn, orbits around the center of a vast collection of stars called our galaxy. At the end of the lecture, a little old lady at the back of the room got up and said: “What you have told us is rubbish. The world is really a flat plate supported on the back of a giant tortoise.” The scientist gave a superior smile before replying, “What is the tortoise standing on?” “You’re very clever, young man, very clever”, said the old lady. “But it’s turtles all the way down!”The secular version of the problem is "If the Big Bang caused everything, what caused the Big Bang?"The religious version is, "If God caused everything, what caused God?"It's always been odd to me that both atheists and theists use this exact same problem to point out that the "other side" is irrational. But there's an easy answer: "I don't know." "I don't know" is not an irrational stance. It's an intellectually honest one that anyone, regardless of his beliefs, can give. Let's say I'm a detective, investigating a locked room mystery. I find a dead man on the floor of a room that was locked from the inside. Next to him, also on the floor, there's a revolver, and I can see the victim has a gunshot wound in his head. An autopsy proves that the lethal bullet came from the revolver, and, furthermore, that (going by the angle of the wound), the victim couldn't have shot himself.I say, "I think we can conclude that the revolver was the murder weapon."The chief of police asks, "Okay, but how did the killer get in?"I say, "I don't know."Does it follow from this that my conclusion about the revolver is irrational? Doesn't it make more sense to say that I know some things about the crime scene but not all things?If you have accepted Science as a vehicle for knowing, you are perfectly consistent when you say, "Mountains of evidence point to the Big Bang being the cause of everything we see and can detect, but I don't know what caused it or if it even had a cause."A theist can be equally rational when he says, "My faith..." (or my scripture/revelation/tradition/reasoning/etc) "...proves to me that God created the Universe, but I don't know what (if anything) created God."A theist can claim that God is eternal. An atheist (or a person with a secular view of Nature) can claim that the matter and energy involved in the Big Bang is eternal. In fact, there are five ways to deal with the infinite-regress problem:1. There was no first cause: the current state of the Universe is eternal.2. There was a first cause, which was, itself, uncaused, having existed forever.3. There's an infinity of causes. (Turtles all the way down.) 4. The Universe just winked into being, uncaused.5. I don't know.The problem is any solution is going to involve something existing eternally, many things existing eternally (turtles all the way down), or something coming from nothing. And these are all ideas that don't sit well with human intuition. Any of them could be true, but our senses and brains didn't evolve to understand infinity or something-from-nothing. There also may be systems of thought that, for some people, "solve" the problem by helping them not think about it. I've talked to a couple of theists who have said, "Well, you're right. We don't know what caused God, but He's so awesome. He fills the mind, and so we don't need to think about anything prior. God, as a cause, is good-enough for me." There are physicists who say, "All we can even know happened after the Big Bang. We have no way of detecting anything that came before it, so it's a waste of time wondering about it."These strategies may sound like intellectual cop outs, but we all do this, all the time. "I don't care why you stole that car! Stealing is wrong and you're going to jail." Most of the time, we don't try to follow a causal chain all the way to its end. We don't need to for most purposes. A theist can pray to God without knowing where God came from or just trusting that He's eternal. The work of prayers and worship can get done in the face of mystery—in the face of "I don't know." And a physicist can do his job—can study Nature and learn all sorts of specific things about gravity, quarks, photons, etc.—without knowing the cause of the Big Bang. Luckily for all humans, we can get lots of useful work done without knowing the answers to all questions.
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