for everything else you were one youtube search away, or google it - try to get lots of information about easy stuff and study papers on the harder stuff like quantum world concepts.. as they're not generally expected behavior in our human scaled experiences.
That's why everything is purely theoretical and testing is very hard to figure out.
>>7802226 That's what I don't understand. At the lowest level, potential creates an object like a sphere that can not be entered or split. So what is this potential's physical make up? Is it like a fluid or is it just like a kink in an energy field that's indivisible?
>>7802322 Do strings actually look like strings in this model or is it just a graphical representation of this thing that you're modeling? (for example an atom is graphically represented as a sphere but in real life it's not really a sphere)
>>7802122 >If string theory turns out to be true Why would string theory turn out to be true? It was pulled out of the hat and while it has been useful in driving some exotic maths forward, it's still a silly theory based on nothing, just because.
Since everything allegedly originated in an ultradense pointlike structure that expressed itself entropically as the Big Bang, then ultimately everything is made from 'frozen' energy. Pump enough energy into matter, it melts back into the primal state in the so-called singularity.
>>7802628 Every particle is that same point-like structure "viewed" from a different "angle". Two "different" particles at two different points in space actually have the same "identity", that is they are identical, that is they are the same "thing". There is no distinguishing feature that makes that particle "different" from this one. Particles' differing properties do not account for distinctness. That's how entanglement is possible.
>>7802766 Also, I forgot this part, if M-theory is right then strings might not even exist. And the only reason the superstring theories predict them is because they are not 11-dimensional theories. So a what appears as a string would actually be a M2-brane with one of it's cycles wrapped around a circular 11th dimension.
>>7802533 I have to agree with other anon that the problem so far with string theory is that it can in no way be checked experimentally. The math might be able to explain all the fundamentals and thus make it a good model. It can never be accepted as 'true' until there is a way to show experimentally Strings exists.
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