Discovery of a new particle.

Discussion in 'Pseudoscience' started by victorespinoza, Jul 31, 2013.

  1. Lakon Valued Senior Member

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    You don't have a camera right now .. right ..

    Can't you borrow one to take a couple of pics ? I suppose you'll say you can't do that either.

    The most disconcerting thing about all this, is that you probably take yourself seriously.
     
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  3. AlexG Like nailing Jello to a tree Valued Senior Member

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    The most disconcerting thing is that they let him out of the institution and back on the streets.
     
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  5. Do you believe more in a photo?

    It is better to buy a medical syringe and carry out the experiment that I mentioned in the first post.
     
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  7. Lakon Valued Senior Member

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    Well, you know, there are times where the dividing line between between crazy and genius is rather murky. But not in Victors case.
     
  8. Lakon Valued Senior Member

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    You got a computer, presentation software, etc, but you can't get your hands on a camera ? You are stretching credibility at this point.

    Better still, I think you should borrow someones phone (if you don't have one yourself) and take a video of it, then post it. The onus is on you, not others.
     
  9. Buy a medical syringe and performed the following experiment:

    Step 1: Use a plastic medical inject. See figure (1).
    Step 2: Remove the needle from the tip of the plastic inject.
    Step 3: Insert the plastic inject into a water-filled container.
    Step 4: Create a vacuum inside plastic inject.
    Step 5: Created the vacuum, remove your finger to fill with water.
    Step 6: Remove the plastic inject of the container with water.
    Step 7: See the tube filled with water with some bubbles.
    Step 8: These bubbles are Veegtrones.

    I don't have a camera.
     
  10. AlexG Like nailing Jello to a tree Valued Senior Member

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    The only description of victor is bat shit crazy.
     
  11. Stryder Keeper of "good" ideas. Valued Senior Member

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    Victor,
    You do realise that water is just a condensed form of elements that would when less condensed are gases? Temperature also plays an important role as those elements would freeze to a solid if cold enough.

    In the case of your syringe with bubbles are you trying to apply this is a metaphor for something else or actually the syringe with bubbles?

    If it's just about the syringe with bubbles people are just going to see you as a little crazy because your not discovering anything new, your just excited about observing something that you hadn't seen before or rationalised about (but no one else is particular excited).
     
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  13. origin In a democracy you deserve the leaders you elect. Valued Senior Member

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    Actually, a veegton acts like a small bubble because it is nothing more than a small bubble. You are not the discoverer of bubbles.

    Graunch discovered bubbles when he farted in a lake in the year 198,234 BC. He was also the discoverer of beans, just before the bubble thing....
     
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  14. I not discovered that.

    I discovered a possible microscopic Black Hole that grows in a vacuum.

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  15. Aqueous Id flat Earth skeptic Valued Senior Member

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    Absolute unmitigated basura.
     
  16. CptBork Robbing the Shalebridge Cradle Valued Senior Member

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    This looks like perfectly legitimate physics to me... if we're attempting to model Freddy Krueger's nightmare world.
     
  17. Aqueous Id flat Earth skeptic Valued Senior Member

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    You got that right. Freddy Krueger's rendition of A Beautiful Mind.
     
  18. quinnsong Valued Senior Member

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    I have said it before and I will say it again no better place on the net or television for comedy.
     
  19. Stryder Keeper of "good" ideas. Valued Senior Member

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    So are you assuming that if you had an extremely large syringe that you could manifest a blackhole?

    To my knowledge current cosmology suggests that entire galaxies with their combination of momentum and mass is what create's a level of gravitational magnitude to distort lights path enough to create a "blackhole", I think they probably moved beyond "Sy(F)ringe science"

    Actually here's something for you Victor to aid.

    Firstly a Blackhole is usually suggested to be of such a level of gravity that spacetime is distorted.

    In essence to "Prove" or "Disprove" your hypothesis try placing your syringe on a set of measuring Scales, after all if you've created a blackhole then the "mass" of the syringe will become greater when you produce your "veegtron", so in essence your syringe should technically weigh more.

    If the experiment isn't enough then perhaps you could explain about "Gravitational Lensing" and how it factors in, in a syringe?
     
  20. Then why grows the bubble when we increase the vacuum and then this bubble decreases in size, when we subtract the vacuum?

    There is a hole inside the syringe!
     
  21. Stryder Keeper of "good" ideas. Valued Senior Member

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    A vacuum means the absence of anything in a volume of area it. Vacuum cleaners for instance are misleadingly titled since they should really be called "Suction cleaners".

    You have a syringe with a finite amount of liquid in it, when you pull the plunger, if you are stopping new material or air from entering (making it a closed system) then you are causing what finite material exists to be stretched across the volume. Where there isn't enough material to cover the volume of space, bubbles emerge. When you push the plunger you reduce the volume that the material has to spread over so the bubbles look like they disappear.
     
  22. You say that the bubble within the syringe with water, if increase vacuum, is a physical quantity or volume that is occupied by an vacuum space that is stretched.

    Stretch a bubble.

    I don't think so.

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