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#10436 - 01/04/06 12:46 PM stardust has memory
Ryan2006 Offline
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Stardust is contained in everything in the universe of universes ours included. Since we have memory and memory is recycled by the food we eat and the soil which makes things grow the elements on the periodic table contain memory. Therefore, we can remember everything about the universe since we are infinity aged.

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#10437 - 01/04/06 01:33 PM Re: stardust has memory
Blacknad Offline
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Ryan,

If I take a sledgehammer to a Flash Disk and create a pile of 'Sandisk Dust', it remembers nothing. The same as the stuff I deliver to the sewerage system. The same as Stardust.

Therefore we can remember only what we have experienced of the universe.

I thought I would correct you gently, and try to head off the DA Morgan before he verbally throttles you.

Regards,

Blacknad.

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#10438 - 01/04/06 01:42 PM Re: stardust has memory
Justine Offline
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Registered: 12/07/05
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I like the stardust concept; how everything is made of stardust. But, I wonder is it more appropriate to call ourselves solardust?

The memory issue you are mulling over seems unscientific, but you can try it out on the origins board if you want.
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#10439 - 01/04/06 03:11 PM Re: stardust has memory
mark5 Offline
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Registered: 12/20/05
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Here's some wildness.

Assumptions:

1. The universe has a torus shape
2. No energy is lost or created in the universe.

What do you people think about information leaving my body (just a physical object in spacetime) and traveling through the universe to come back in another space and time.

Do you think it is outrageous to tie this to memories over many generations (or planetary eons, since the universe is a pretty big place)?

I'm interested in what you think.

mark

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#10440 - 01/06/06 11:32 AM Re: stardust has memory
RM Offline
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"Stardust is contained in everything in the universe of universes ours included. Since we have memory and memory is recycled by the food we eat and the soil which makes things grow the elements on the periodic table contain memory. Therefore, we can remember everything about the universe since we are infinity aged."

What utter - complete drivel and nonsense!

However, if we were to find the 'formula' for the universe and ALL the variables at a specific time-we would be able to know ANYTHING we wanted.

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#10441 - 01/06/06 09:22 PM Re: stardust has memory
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And we would need another universe to house the database that would hold all of those variables.

Blacknad.

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