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Macau MrOlympia 
what is space itself ? why is it here ? how it was made or created? why everything occurs in space? is it infinite ? damn, it's incredible to think of that questions
2020-04-03 04:57
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Australia HighRate 
you expect to get a correct answer? lol. our universe is probably part of a much bigger system, where "the big bang" events occur in.
2020-04-03 05:04
+1 basically a multiverse.
2020-04-03 05:03
Australia HighRate 
yeah, the odds would definitely suggest so.
2020-04-03 05:06
but that doesn't explain anything, just push it away further
2020-04-03 05:11
f0rest | 
United Kingdom Aelin 
Cosmology is all a big question, and, indeed, that's why people love it.
2020-04-03 05:26
Canada razneK1789 
just letting you know, he is atheist. i started conversation with him a few years back and just recently i gave up
2020-04-03 05:28
2020-04-03 05:30
:OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO a person who doesn't care about religion beliefs.
2020-04-03 05:52
Australia HighRate 
He beat you with logic? :)
2020-04-03 05:34
Canada razneK1789 
your logic was shit? i asked you why earth was conveniently placed at an optimal distance from the sun and you said gravity LMAO. just stfu already you have no one to talk to so you can go on for years. the fact you are proud you won an argument shows it all
2020-04-03 23:02
Australia HighRate 
lol. you said you started a conversation with me a few years back? it was a few days ago. Are you mental? And in that conversation you were so dumb its laughable. You asked me why earth is at this distance to the sun(which you seem to think is so strange (the only explanation you can see is that god placed earth at this perfect distance) So I explained it is because of the suns gravity which you seemed to dumb to understand. You obviously got very low intelligence level. You believe in God and you ask me to explain the universe to you. Don´t come here with your lies.
2020-04-03 23:18
relax bro
2020-04-03 23:53
Australia HighRate 
When he comes to this thread and tells lies about me I am allowed to say what really happened. He laughs at science and is just being toxic and very stupid, he was the same way in the other thread.
2020-04-04 00:25
Canada razneK1789 
first of all, years ago was a fucking exaggeration you moron. do you know what figurative language is? or do you spend all your time studying science and neglecting arts? and the fact that you think everything can be explained with science shows how stupid you are. oh the sun is perfect distance from earth. oh earth just randomly gets life from some particles on big bang. oh wow humans evolved from some bacteria developed millions of years ago. therefore religion is unreasonable. when i use religion in an argument, i don't present it as fact. it's a theory. just like the big bang theory, which you seem to love using as example to disprove religion. you know a religious person made it too? same with darwin's theory? and i don't laugh at science WTF. link the thread and tell the guy you're replying to what i really said. science and religion are not meant to conflict. how the creation of the universe came to be is not yet proven. as long as that stands, religion will be reasonable. ironic how you call be toxic and unintelligent when you are yourself. you come with lies, not me. i ask to you fucking explain the universe because you think science can do it all. the fact you think we can find out how the universe started shows you're a moron.
2020-04-05 21:46
It's a high chance the placement of earth is pure luck. If our universe is infinite, why wouldn't there be planets that are placed in these sort of places? I'm sure there is many many planets that have the same conditions as earth and could support life, considering the universe is soooo big
2020-04-03 23:18
that's easy explainable, would hit some diffcult throw into a basket with a millions attemps? of course soon or later you would there are more than millions stars in the universe, some of them would have opitimal distance just by random chance next argument
2020-04-03 23:51
that's is just assumption
2020-04-03 05:09
Australia HighRate 
are you trolling?
2020-04-03 05:11
what evidence do you have for that?
2020-04-03 05:15
Australia HighRate 
Are you serious?
2020-04-03 05:17
yes, tell me
2020-04-03 05:24
Australia HighRate 
How can I have evidence? I would get the Nobel prize if I could prove it.
2020-04-03 05:26
so it's just hypothesis, and + #5
2020-04-03 05:28
Australia HighRate 
Yes. push what away further? Its not like the god theory or simulation theory got any evidence or can answer any questions either.
2020-04-03 05:31
push away further the question, same applies to multiverse, god or simulation simulation is weak, becasue where this simulation happens ??? in some space ? physicial universe - like a simulation ? or totally diffrent reality
2020-04-03 05:35
u are the big retard
2020-04-03 05:39
i'm not interested about your opinions
2020-04-03 05:47
Australia HighRate 
Well, it´s just logic. If our universe is not everything that exists there have to be something outside it. If our universe is contained in something else, then that is probably what caused our universe to exist. The multiverse theory which is most popular among scientists is just based on logic and probability. It´s not supposed to answer all questions. Simulation theory is not weaker than the god theory imo. Same questions you ask applies to the god theory. Where is god? what is he made of? how does he exist from nothing?
2020-04-03 05:45
god is space therefore it can be anywhere anytime xD "The multiverse theory which is most popular among scientists is just based on logic and probability." totally wrong how you can count probabilty of the unkown - you can't
2020-04-03 05:52
Australia HighRate 
god is space, lol. what did he take the materia from to make the universe? Of course scientists use logic.
2020-04-03 05:58
Sweden Rezeter 
hahaha God is space? religious people are so funny :)
2020-04-04 01:02
Canada razneK1789 
different religion different belief, but all try to explain something. can you guess?
2020-04-05 21:47
Maybe there's another earth in another galaxy or system or whatever and therefore another hltv community somewhere?
2020-04-03 06:08
Australia HighRate 
maybe :)
2020-04-03 06:12
you're not fakeflaggin are you? we're literally located polar opposite to each, what's the time in australia, must be close to noon
2020-04-03 06:16
Sweden Rezeter 
2020-04-04 01:00
NAF | 
United States skzl_ 
literally no one knows the answer to this, there is theorys but no true answer even religion is a theory for all of those questions ah but yes the 200iq users of hltv will know this one 😎
2020-04-03 05:11
Asuna | 
United States bxteme 
idk man maybe god maybe big bang who knows
2020-04-03 05:13
200 IQ ofc
2020-04-03 06:54
If space is nothing and the lack of anything is space does that mean you destroy space every time you move? Are we surrounded by space? How could that be though, how could we be surrounded by something that is nothing, meaning we aren't surrounded at all?
2020-04-03 05:13
what :D i think the only place space might be destroyed is black hole, but it is still in space so idk
2020-04-03 05:26
United Kingdom trtr098 
You can find these answers in the Quran.
2020-04-03 05:14
2020-04-03 05:53
Space is a word consisting of S P A C E Because it is Carefully Because it occurs in it Yes if it's infinite, no if it's not
2020-04-03 05:18
expected from china to give irrelavant info, just like about Corona
2020-04-03 05:36
Canada razneK1789 
2020-04-03 23:03
Indonesia captaindog0 
its not infinite, its just so far away like million years of light and u wont even alive when u reach the end of the space. this is why black hole theory will be only theory
2020-04-03 05:20
how do you know?
2020-04-03 05:36
Indonesia captaindog0 
1. there is any theory becomes law. theory that been proven will be changed to law. like newton's law not newton's theory. tell me any space theory that been proven by scientist. 2. its so big ur eyes only seen miles away because it lacks stars or light. u can see the sun not because ur sight is so far away but because the sun's light can reach ur eyes.
2020-04-03 05:52
Reach the end of space? what is beyond space?
2020-04-03 23:11
Indonesia captaindog0 
you wouldnt know and you wouldnt even alive to tell about that considering how far it is
2020-04-04 05:28
2020-04-03 05:28
what is this ? a self loop
2020-04-03 05:37
2020-04-03 05:40
f0rest | 
United Kingdom Aelin 
what is space itself? There are multiple definitions, depends on what 'space' you're considering. why is it here? An age-old philosophical question... we likely will never know; it simply exists. how it was made or created? We don't know; there are many theories, but none are substantiative. As to how it's created (current), there's a bit more agreement on that matter: many physicists associate the accelerated expansion of the universe to dark energy (the nature of which is very mysterious). why everything occurs in space? Not sure what you mean. Space is the surface of our reality. Is it infinite? Is the universe infinite? Many theories agree that it probably is. But, we don't know.
2020-04-03 05:32
i read about inflation theory - but what exactly accelerated ? "Not sure what you mean. Space is the surface of our reality." haha and we are clueless about - god damn you physicists - you ask wrong questions
2020-04-03 05:42
f0rest | 
United Kingdom Aelin 
Physics is not a matter of questioning our reality, rather it seeks to describe nature as we observe it; empirical data reigns supreme. Inflation theory deals with the exponential expansion of the universe in its first moments (literally moments) of existence. What we observe today is that the universe is expanding, and doing so in an accelerated manner. That is to say, space itself is literally expanding at an ever-increasing rate. Also, I'm only a 2nd-year physics university student :P
2020-04-03 05:50
how would you tell the difference between space expanding itself and 2 object moving away from each other while space remain still
2020-04-03 06:05
f0rest | 
United Kingdom Aelin 
Physics like this gets complicated very quickly, so I'll try to keep it simple (and in the realms of my own understanding). I would start by noting these objects are not an isolated system, they exist in the universe and are therefore moving relative to many other objects as well as each other. That is essential. Notably, in your example, you propose the objects would be moving away from each other. Well, us, an independent observer, could actually quite easily deduce space is not expanding in that scenario: the objects would need to be moving away from us, too. Alternatively, if the objects were moving away from us and each other, we could not deduce whether space is expanding or not. That is somewhat in the ballpark of special relativity. I digress, however, the objects are not in an isolated system! Firstly, it's also essential to note two fundamental characteristics of the universe: the Cosmological Principle and the Copernican Principle. The Cosmological Principle states the universe is both isotropic (looks the same in all directions) and homogenous (the same everywhere) when viewed at a large enough scale. The Copernican Principle simply states that we (humans) are not the center of the universe; we are not special. Alright, so, how do we know the universe is expanding? There are many theoretical predictions in agreement here, with empirical observations of expected consequences of the expansion backing them. (Why observations of consequences? Because you simply can't directly measure space itself expanding, we can only observe the effects of the expansion). I won't go into the theoretical predictions as those are mathematically beyond me since they originate in general relativity. The important takeaway is these theories predicted the metric expansion of the universe and therefore, for the two principles I stated earlier to be satisfied, space itself must be expanding. Empirical observations, then... Most famously, Hubble demonstrated all distant* galaxies are moving away from us and that their speed is proportional to their distance from us. As you may know, this observation gave rise to Hubble's Law. Other observations include that as we look into the past (i.e. the farther out we look, as light takes time to reach us) we can see galaxies were clustered closer together than they are today and the Cosmic Microwave Background was at a higher temperature (so a shorter wavelength - it didn't use to be microwave radiation) than it is today. *I'll note, to avoid any confusion, that we say "distant" galaxies as our local galaxies' motion is dominated by gravitational dynamics on the scale of the Local Group. This makes sense, as on smaller scales the universe appears to be 'lumpy' with clusters of galaxies, but as you increase said scale the universe smooths out into a uniform distribution. There's a huge amount to cover and I'm really quite tired, so I've tried to stick to the basics and what I know off the top of my head.
2020-04-03 07:19
Jesus thats a lot of words to say very little.
2020-04-03 23:14
f0rest | 
United Kingdom Aelin 
That'd be because I made an effort to explain all the fundamentals and because, at the end of the day, one simply can't learn about complex phenomena in a meaningful and detailed manner in the space of a hltv reply. All I can do is explain it on a conceptual level; if you want to learn physics, you need to do it properly - that means fundamentals first.
2020-04-03 23:36
Netherlands toothpaste 
195 iq and i can tell you that no one is 200 iq
2020-04-03 05:52
taco has a ceiling of his skills and you have a ceiling of the iq, anyway irrelevant
2020-04-03 05:55
Germany Krygaz 
I think the big bang is basically a star turning into a black hole. They suck in shit and expand you know
2020-04-03 05:57
what is space itself ? Fields why is it here ? For anything to exist, there needs to be space how it was made or created? Big bang why everything occurs in space? is it infinite ? yes
2020-04-03 06:03
fields of what
2020-04-03 06:05
The recursive answer to "Why [anything]", is "just because", or "because it can". The question no longer makes sense when you get before cause and effect and outside of time. And the existence of existence is outside of both of those things. Basically, life exists because it just does. There is no why.
2020-04-03 06:06
There's plenty of stuff we have no clue about, and space being one of them. As far as i'm concerned, we're living in a simulation and "the space" is an illusion.
2020-04-03 06:20
Australia HighRate 
would you choose the blue or red pill?
2020-04-03 06:23
i'd choose the red pill, but i can't imagine how the "outside" of the simulation could look like. Films make it look like we're connected to some kind of machine etc. but is it like that? Could i come back to "this" life ? could i pick a simulation in 1400's ? What's the point of the simulation for the "outside people"? Another topic, death. Think about death, what happens after you die? My mind stops when i think about it and try to think what's after it, is there anything? For some time i believed that we get reincarnated and i'd like to believe that because it's kinda scary to think that you'll just disappear. When you open your mind to these kind of questions and start thinking about them, you can't forget, it's like taking a mini red pill and kinda funny.
2020-04-03 06:40
where is the simulation happening?
2020-04-03 23:43
I read fairytales before bed because 200 iq. Favorite fairy tale: donkey skin because story is about incest ))
2020-04-03 06:22
Ask ropz. He has atleast 200iq.
2020-04-03 07:11
Ask trumpy..he knows everything
2020-04-03 07:22
Why cant i find troll answer oh wait #66 nice
2020-04-03 23:45
everything is just so simple and beautiful, it is just us that make it complicated
2020-04-03 23:54
It is infinite for sure
2020-04-04 01:01
Brazil lordjasz 
yes for all questions
2020-04-04 01:05
Other Random69420 
-the very big key on your keyboard -why not -Wikipedia says: Originally (on early writers dating back to the late 19th century) the "bar" was literally a metal bar running across the full width of the keyboard (or even wider, and even surrounding it) that triggered the carriage advance without also firing any of the typebars towards the platen. Later examples gradually shrank and developed into their current more ergonomic form as a wide, centrally located but otherwise apparently normal "key", as typewriter (and computer) keyboards began to incorporate additional function keys and were more deliberately "styled". Although it varies by keyboard type, the space bar usually lies between the Alt keys (or Command keys on Macintosh keyboards) and below the letter keys: C, V, B, N and M on a standard QWERTY keyboard. Some early typewriter and particularly computer keyboards used a different method of inserting spaces, typically a smaller, less distinct "space" key which was also often set in a less central position, e.g. the Hansen Writing Ball, Hammond typewriters or the Sinclair ZX Spectrum and Jupiter Ace ranges. The earliest known example, Sholes and Glidden typewriter used a lever to provide space between words,[2] placing the invention of the inset spacebar after 1843. However these methods were also usually just one part of similarly idiosyncratic full keyboard layouts, designed more to cope with particular technical requirements or limitations than with any sense of user friendliness and as such met with limited success, sometimes being dropped even on later models in the same line (e.g. Sinclair Spectrum 128k and "Plus" lines, which adopted more "normally styled" keyboards with plastic keytops and a wide, central spacebar in place of the earlier rubber "chiclet" keys and small, offset space key). -cause you don't have LED on your cheap-ass keyboard -no, infinite is him you're welcome
2020-04-04 01:08
Turkey adnanMenderes 
allah created all mens
2020-04-04 01:15
2020-04-04 01:20
Turkey adnanMenderes 
name doesnt check out
2020-04-04 01:22
Nt corona
2020-04-04 01:23
You say that are looking for 200+ IQ people only and demand answer that science doesn't knows yet? Go search for the answers yourself.
2020-04-04 01:19
Yes Yes Yes Yes No
2020-04-04 01:20
Stop smoking weed!
2020-04-05 21:48
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