>long ago the four forces lived together in harmony, but everything changed when symmetry was broken
Suppose in some hypothetical society, the four forces of nature are as mythologized and symbolic as the classical elements. What do you think they would represent?
You forgot heart!
The force that brings 2 gay men's penises together to rub against each other.
Look, I'll level with you fuckers. I would ask this question in the scifi thread on /lit/ if I could, but those dumbasses don't know a damn thing about physics.
I would have to spend two hours explaining to a bunch of pseudo-intellectuals what a W boson is, and hear no opinions except stupid ones, that's why I asked here.
>I would have to spend two hours explaining to a bunch of pseudo-intellectuals what a W boson is, and hear no opinions except stupid ones, that's why I asked here.
I really want to punch you for saying something so blatantly stupid.
I want you to know that whatever potential you had at birth to develop into an intelligent and respectable human being has gone wholly unfulfilled.
Look I get your argument against putting it on /lit/ but it really belongs there as a philosophical argument. If you want to discuss something scientific you need to leave the phony philosophy at home. If you want to talk scifi philosophy you gotta go to a philosophy board. They like Gravity's Rainbow so they'll put up with it.
On a /lit/ esque board you have a shot. Here you're just a chuuni.
>all the same shit threads on /sci/
>new thread, pretty interesting, not scientifically rigorous though
>every other thread lacks both rigor and interest
>at least this thread has one of them
>/sci/ tips fedora over and over again and tells OP to fuck off
did I miss something