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Old 01-25-2019, 03:31 PM
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Please don't think I place little value on the advancement of colliders in general. It has increased our understanding and re enforcing our point of view on atomic structure.

My point is that we keep forging ahead with an approach to define the unseen, but yet our vision maybe looking through a tunnel without being on the other side.

If we came up with a model that explained the anomalies in physics, like particle versus wave, or quantum entanglement instead of treating them like isolated red herrings... it might change our investigative approach.

What if the relationships were multidimensional, then our 3D approach would be futile, as would be perceiving a cup of coffee in 2D.

If quantum entanglement worked because interdimensionally particles share no distance, it would make sense. Particle collision would have no relevance to understand that.
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