Maybe Shulgin was right, new quantum model suggests universe is infinitely old.

- steve 12-16-2015 5:15 am

Cool. Thanks. I can't really understand the "difference between classical geodesics and Bohmian trajectories" that seems to underlie their point, but interesting connection to Shulgin. Shulgin hypothesized that the "red shift" we see in astronomy that most people take as evidence for the big bang is actually not a doppler like effect of distant astrological matter rushing away from us (still under the effect of the initial big bang explosion) but is actually a result of time speeding up. Not exactly analogous to McKenna's quickening pace of novelty but similarly interesting idea.

- jim 12-16-2015 10:03 am [add a comment]

Does that mean we get to be friends again? Didn't Hawking even already throw the Big Bang under the Bad Math Bus after that lady from North Carolina solved the problem in her head; or am I just misremembering the Rick and Morty Season II finalée? No singularity is singular unless they all are. Try injecting the fumarate if your are still in the dark.

- on drugs (guest) 12-21-2015 12:13 pm [add a comment]

  • Matthew Watkins has a vlog: The Reality Report; and this week coins the term: singularitarianism, gloating mathly over his now historic Timewave takedown in Palenque 1997. Watkins objected to Arbitrary Incept Dates: reminds me of Roy Batty killing Tyrell.
    - Gaff (guest) 12-30-2015 12:36 pm [add a comment] [edit]

    • So the run in Juliet's stocking is more interesting, and full of more novelty, than any discussion of the Big Bang could ever be.
      - anonymous (guest) 1-04-2016 2:58 pm [add a comment] [edit]

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