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# 106080 17-Jul-2012 21:16
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We are all made of quarks and there are anti-geekzoners somewhere in anti-universes and quarks get mass from the invisible higgs field proven by the release of rarer than diamond higgs boson but this proof does not explain gravity but if space has 10 dimensions the quark strings can vibrate scientifically and therefore we exist. Phew!




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Most interesting thing I learned in physics, http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=zKdoE1vX7k4

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  # 657523 18-Jul-2012 11:27
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I thought part of the point of the Higgs research was so that they could use the results _to_ explain gravity?

Matter exists. All life (as we know it) consists of matter. Humans are living things, therefore humans are matter, therefore humans exist.




 
 
 
 


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  # 657548 18-Jul-2012 12:00
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The anti quarks are all in the anti-universes that are all at the other end of the black holes which we can't see into.

Somewhere there's a bunch of lifeforms looking at stars form from nothing saying, "on the other side of that star son is the back end of a black hole channelling and compressing all that mass and energy into that there new star." "Now lets go down to the beach and see the effects of gravity on the girls..."

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