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Rick G. Rosner
World's 2nd-highest IQ. Former Jimmy Kimmel writer. Genius &/or deluded. Overuser of . Am I famous enough to sell my memoir yet?
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Rick G. Rosner 29m
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Rick G. Rosner 2h
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In the expanding balloon visualization of the big bang, each point has a vector extending outward from center of balloon's interior.
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Rick G. Rosner 2h
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I shouldn't coin terms, but it's the average recessional velocity & direction of each region of expanding space.
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Rick G. Rosner 7h
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Well, the universe is very ordered. Every neighborhood has its own Hubble vector. (I think there's information in that.)
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Rick G. Rosner 7h
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Not an easy problem. One observer's order is another observer's chaos.
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Rick G. Rosner 7h
Replying to @dumbassgenius
1533) Besides the proton & neutron, only 4 of these last longer (and not much longer) than one ten-billionth of a second before decaying.
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Rick G. Rosner 8h
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1532) There are about 72 baryons. Most of these don’t participate much in the business of the universe.
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Rick G. Rosner 8h
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1531) And then there are the composite particles, baryons made of three quarks and mesons made of two quarks.
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Rick G. Rosner 8h
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1530) Oops - slight correction - the W and Z bosons mediate the weak nuclear interaction.
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Rick G. Rosner 8h
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1529) If there WAS a very early universe.
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Rick G. Rosner 8h
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1528) (though they were more prominent in the very early universe, when more energy was available to make them).
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Rick G. Rosner 8h
Replying to @autonomike
Thank you! Open systems like our solar system increase in order, hence us.
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Rick G. Rosner 8h
Replying to @dumbassgenius
1527) don’t play big roles in the everyday business of the universe
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Rick G. Rosner 9h
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1526) About six of these – the charm, strange, top and bottom quarks and the tau and tau neutrino –
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Rick G. Rosner 9h
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1525) But this leaves out a bunch of particles. Here are the 17 elementary particles under the standard model.
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Rick G. Rosner 9h
Replying to @ColinSWood
Not crippling obsessive thoughts. Some rituals - turning clockwise, going to gym five times a day, adding up numbers on license plates.
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Rick G. Rosner 9h
Replying to @dumbassgenius
1524) (Though these have support particles– gluons, mesons– that transmit the strong & weak nuclear forces & constituent particles– quarks.)
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Rick G. Rosner 10h
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1523) I would argue that the five most necessary particles for the macro universe are protons, neutrons, electrons, photons, and neutrinos.
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Rick G. Rosner 10h
Crazy to say isn't the right way to protest when 90% of players are wearing knee pads.
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Rick G. Rosner 11h
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1522) will necessarily be relevant to the properties necessary to have a universe.
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