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Rendering of the megaverse…

 
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18 April 2009 11:57
 

... with a (D) Brane and an (O) Brane as inspired by Leo Susskind’s Cosmic Landscape

I’ve been trying to better comprehend string theories and this is what I visualized and drew based on my understanding of what Susskind wrote about M Theory.

There’s a definite woo-quality to theoretical physics…

Comments, remarks, critiques, rakes?

... has anyone here looked into the Electric and/or Plasma explanations of “how the Universe works and it’s ingredients”?

(*I’m just killing time in the Ballroom with the candlestick.)

[ Edited: 18 April 2009 13:16 by isocratic infidel]
 
 
 
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18 April 2009 23:37
 
isocratic infidel - 18 April 2009 03:57 PM

... with a (D) Brane and an (O) Brane as inspired by Leo Susskind’s Cosmic Landscape

I’ve been trying to better comprehend string theories and this is what I visualized and drew based on my understanding of what Susskind wrote about M Theory.

There’s a definite woo-quality to theoretical physics…

Comments, remarks, critiques, rakes?

... has anyone here looked into the Electric and/or Plasma explanations of “how the Universe works and it’s ingredients”?

(*I’m just killing time in the Ballroom with the candlestick.)

 

I think you’re on to something (or on something)  wink

 
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19 April 2009 05:58
 
isocratic infidel - 18 April 2009 03:57 PM

(*I’m just killing time in the Ballroom with the candlestick.)

Not likely to be better than killing boredom in the bedroom with the hubby.

It’s a good model for inflationary cosmology, where something relatively small suddenly becomes very large, and the normally-dry subject of physics becomes moist and juicy.

[ Edited: 19 April 2009 06:01 by Traces Elk]
 
 
 
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19 April 2009 13:51
 
isocratic infidel - 18 April 2009 03:57 PM

... with a (D) Brane and an (O) Brane as inspired by Leo Susskind’s Cosmic Landscape

I’ve been trying to better comprehend string theories and this is what I visualized and drew based on my understanding of what Susskind wrote about M Theory.

There’s a definite woo-quality to theoretical physics…

Comments, remarks, critiques, rakes?

... has anyone here looked into the Electric and/or Plasma explanations of “how the Universe works and it’s ingredients”?

(*I’m just killing time in the Ballroom with the candlestick.)

Amazing Isocrat! I have an identical drawing that I did in my sleep! I have it next to the scale model of Devil’s Tower I once felt compelled to make!! wink

 
 
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19 April 2009 20:02
 

It looks like you’ve got the Universe by the short and curlies.

 
 
 
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20 April 2009 07:44
 

It looks like Darwins tree of life with some really bad adaptations springing up. Whirling disease possibly.

 
 
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20 April 2009 11:04
 

1: My brane ‘urts.

2: Oop. Looks like we’ll ‘ave to ‘ave it out, then.

(when the brane becomes the main bane of your vain reign, don’t feign or strain your crane and go insane, Wayne, train the brain to drain)

 
 
 
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20 April 2009 11:16
 

You missed one Salt. Vein?

 
 
 
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20 April 2009 11:38
 
McCreason - 20 April 2009 03:16 PM

You missed one Salt. Vein?

Well it should be clear that the brain drains through the vein!
(except I think it’s must be a artery.)

 
 
 
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20 April 2009 11:39
 
McCreason - 20 April 2009 03:16 PM

You missed one Salt. Vein?

As usual, he chose his word deliberately.

Don’t give Salt a vein, lest you evoke his disdain.

Vain reign = solipsism

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20 April 2009 11:45
 
Beam - 20 April 2009 03:39 PM

Don’t give Salt a vein, lest you evoke his disdain.

What a pain!

 
 
 
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20 April 2009 12:37
 

It’s vain to think you have a large vein to drain where there is pain that does not wane.

Damn, hope I spelled all of those right.

 
 
 
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20 April 2009 12:54
 

When you obtain a chain of explain, don’t stain the grain with the mark of Cain, retain the plain Jane refrain, is all I’m sayin’

—emineminimum

 
 
 
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20 April 2009 14:11
 

-polymolybdenum-

 
 
 
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20 April 2009 14:19
 

Sugarcane, Great Dane, Mary Jane, pulling the train, insane in the membrane…..

This is ridiculous.

Sure glad Sander didn’t get in on this. Would be a 400 page thread. wink

 
 
 
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20 April 2009 14:32
 

Good job Jefe! I knew you could add to this!

The plain Sandhill Crane, jumped through the window pane, thinking it was Salt Creek coming down the lane, but it was only a train which makes me complain and want to flush this thread down the drain before I board the plane.

Written first by Zane Gray.

 
 
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