Comments on “New artificial intelligence program discovers alternative physics”

  1. Aranhas says:
    07/27/2022 at 7:43 PM

    Duh. Does anyone believe the scientists “have all the answers”? Nobody knows what created the universe. The “Big Bang” is only a hypothesis. Not even a theory. Just a best guess based on a contracting universe, background radiation, and other factors, but it can’t be replicated, which is the basis of a theory. Nobody know a whole lot of things that we deal with daily – most of what we deal with, actually. As we drill down into almost any question, we uncover unknowns. Laws of Physics? There are no such things. There are predictive events that seem to work most of the time, but “all” of the time? Nobody can make that claim. A law is a law. It is supposed to happen 100% of the time. Since we can never see something happen 100% of the time, we have to surmise that laws are mutable. They work when they do. They don’t when they don’t. When they don’t we don’t know why.

  2. John Remillard says:
    07/28/2022 at 9:43 PM

    Higher resolution of data & analysis may have sensed: Gravity of the Moon (just like the tides)?, Angle & Distance toward the Sun?, Humidity?, Temperature?


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