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#28 - ThpiderMan (11/19/2012) [-]
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#129 to #28 - smudgycarrot (11/20/2012) [-]
you know that gravity has been discovered as an atom,

its kinda close to the "god molecule" but i guess you could technically call it a "piece of gravity"
#143 to #129 - pokemonstheshiz (11/20/2012) [-]
I love how you act so intellectually superior when you don't even understand it at all.  The God particle is a key particle they needed to find in order to prove one scientific theory that states that a phenomenon called a Higgs Field's interaction with atoms is what provides mass.  If this is true, a specific type of particle would have to also exist, which is what they may have found.  It's still not 100% proven of course, and tests are still being performed.  The particle is called the "God particle" because it's original nickname was "Goddamn particle" because it was so goddamn hard to find.  The particle itself does not provide gravity, it is merely a component of a field that does.    
   
If you're going to be an ass, at least be right.
I love how you act so intellectually superior when you don't even understand it at all. The God particle is a key particle they needed to find in order to prove one scientific theory that states that a phenomenon called a Higgs Field's interaction with atoms is what provides mass. If this is true, a specific type of particle would have to also exist, which is what they may have found. It's still not 100% proven of course, and tests are still being performed. The particle is called the "God particle" because it's original nickname was "Goddamn particle" because it was so goddamn hard to find. The particle itself does not provide gravity, it is merely a component of a field that does.

If you're going to be an ass, at least be right.
#147 to #143 - smudgycarrot (11/20/2012) [-]
I haven't brushed up on it everyday, but i read about it once. i knew it had something to do with the way gravity is formed or whatever. Its when they're using that super-collider to make the atoms hit each other in that exact spot right?
User avatar #160 to #147 - pokemonstheshiz (11/20/2012) [-]
It was discovered using the Hadron Super Collider, yes.

Here are the two full papers about it: www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0370269312008581
and www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S037026931200857X

Here's an easy read version because the other ones are long as hell: http://www.livescience.com/21413-higgs-boson-explained.html
#136 to #129 - marinepenguin (11/20/2012) [-]
Gravity is not a molecule, it is simply a force of nature.
User avatar #51 to #28 - fyaq (11/19/2012) [-]
yeah you expect it to have a WHOLE GRAVITY in it?

that **** would make it too heavy to lift.
User avatar #37 to #28 - jetpistol (11/19/2012) [-]
If you're lucky you can even find a whole gravity in a single magnet
#73 to #37 - pokemonstheshiz (11/19/2012) [-]
And then you can go work in Wonka's magnet factory
#68 - haloforlife (11/19/2012) [-]
MFW
User avatar #164 to #146 - nickjesus (11/20/2012) [-]
what song is that?
#56 - soulkiller ONLINE (11/19/2012) [-]
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User avatar #102 to #56 - bostongreggissexy (11/20/2012) [-]
I love you
User avatar #42 - rikimarix (11/19/2012) [-]
my father worked in the mines and once found 12 pieces of gravity, after that he died instantly in the hospital 3 years later
#44 to #42 - kadajsouba (11/19/2012) [-]
reminded me of this
reminded me of this
#145 - ManInKilt (11/20/2012) [-]
and i agree
#125 - jacobomexicano (11/20/2012) [-]
Never get to use this...
#71 - oliphan (11/19/2012) [-]
I may not science very often, but I can confirm that this is how magnet works; they do indeed work because gravity.

However there is one crucial problem with this post OP. Metal? Really? Come on OP, everyone knows that magnets are made of mini earths. How else would the gravity fit inside?

Get your **** together OP! Do you even science?
#92 to #71 - jakefenris (11/20/2012) [-]
Who needs science or gravity when you have midi-chlorian?
Who needs science or gravity when you have midi-chlorian?
#185 - spartusee (11/20/2012) [-]
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#140 to #104 - shamefulhumor (11/20/2012) [-]
Ill see your Tyson, and raise you a Nye.
#61 - blackscales (11/19/2012) [-]
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#150 - fatzanzy (11/20/2012) [-]
****		 physics
**** physics
#126 - hungus (11/20/2012) [-]
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#32 - caplav (11/19/2012) [-]
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#27 - peak (11/19/2012) [-]
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#174 - kuracha (11/20/2012) [-]
Are you ******* kidding me, they spray the ******* gravity on the magnet which is derived from apples. Isaac Newton wrote a **** load of pages on this during the scientific revolution.
#59 - paralyzah (11/19/2012) [-]
My face when magnets
User avatar #1 - LaBarata (11/19/2012) [-]
Oh, Christian science... Where would we be without you?
User avatar #8 to #1 - agentdennis (11/19/2012) [-]
Different.
#3 to #1 - EvilWolf (11/19/2012) [-]
probably here
#4 to #3 - anonymoose (11/19/2012) [-]
I think we'd be a lesser civilisation without "Christian" science, without Copernicus, Francis Bacon, Galileo, Descartes, Pascal, Boyle, Mendel, Planck and many more.
User avatar #10 to #4 - SmilingJackSmyth ONLINE (11/19/2012) [-]
Then your train of thought is wrong. They were christian scientists. Their faith was christian, not their science.
User avatar #19 to #10 - anonymoose (11/19/2012) [-]
For some of them, their scientific research was due to their Christianity. I'm saying science would be worse off without Christianity, not saying their discoveries were Christian, which is why I put qutation marks in the phrase ["Christian" science].
User avatar #95 to #19 - wiljones (11/20/2012) [-]
explain to me how that makes any sense. some of these men had to fight the church for their beliefs
User avatar #137 to #19 - marinepenguin (11/20/2012) [-]
You also can't forget the European Dark Ages, where one reason Europe refused trade and communication was because of the christian religion. That's several hundred years of stagnancy in technology.
User avatar #162 to #137 - arthurmiller (11/20/2012) [-]
You realize the dark ages were also due to widespread famine and disease, as well as religious corruption, right?
User avatar #212 to #162 - marinepenguin (11/20/2012) [-]
I do, my comment did say, 'one reason', did it not?
User avatar #216 to #212 - arthurmiller (11/21/2012) [-]
Looking back, I see that. I must have forgotten it because it seemed to me that you were saying religion was the sole reason.
My apologies.
User avatar #204 to #19 - rockerforlife (11/20/2012) [-]
Wrong wrong AND wrong. JUST finished the Scientific Revolution in my AP European History class. Copernicus's theories went AGAINST christian/catholic teachings that the earth was the center of the universe, Johannes Kepler and Tycho Brahe confirmed his findings and Galileo also protested the catholic's geocentric theory. Galileo laid the foundation for the laws of gravity and Isaac Newton expanded on that. Which the catholic church condemned.

All these men went against the christian institution of "science" and belief, therefore paving the way to the enlightenment age.
User avatar #77 to #4 - andalitemadness (11/19/2012) [-]
Christian Science refers to the belief that Science is an illusion, and was invented in 1879 by Mary Baker Eddy. They use the bible to explain natural phenomena's and choose, for example, prayer over medication in treatment of diseases.
User avatar #7 to #4 - EvilWolf (11/19/2012) [-]
if there wasn't any kind of religion in the world this place would be nicer to live in.
#18 to #7 - SilentRaver (11/19/2012) [-]
You would think so. Unfortunately, human spirituality was a necessary step in our evolution into civilization. It was the only way to cope with and perceive the world we lived in with our newly developed understanding of mortality and the unpredictable harshness of nature that jeopardized it at any given moment. If members of the species didn't have some spiritual function, whether it be a connection with nature or the feeling of an unseen presence/order, they would be much more anxious all of the time and in-turn, much more stressed, irritable, and unhealthy than others.
In modern times, we don't technically need the specific religious aspects anymore, our past anxiety can be calmed by our knowledge of the cause. However, our development has ingrained the spiritual function in our brains. The processes involved with spiritual belief intertwine with almost every other area and process in the brain, there is no getting rid of it. It's been shown that the act of changing old unwanted habits using only a secular understanding of the neurological functioning involved with those habits, utilizes the same exact biochemical pathways and systems that are observed in Buddhist/Hindi meditations and Christian colloquial prayer.
The spiritual function of atheists, like us, is still embedded in our minds. The difference is how it's used, which depends on how an individual perceives the sensory input from the world, which depends entirely on that person's development and unique personality. Religion is inevitable.

tl;dr
If no religious ideologies were allowed into positions of power or political spheres such as law making and extreme activism, then this place would be much nicer to live in.
If there wasn't any kind of religion in the world, our species would've never progressed much further than contemplating the concept of infinity.
User avatar #11 to #7 - srapture (11/19/2012) [-]
I'm not saying we wouldn't have some wars, but there would be waaaay less conflict in general without religion.
User avatar #13 to #7 - cactaur (11/19/2012) [-]
not likely, we would still find reasons to hate each other.
User avatar #74 to #3 - pokemonstheshiz (11/19/2012) [-]
The nature of Christianity actually promotes the growth of science more than the religions of Greece and Rome, because those hold nature as sacred, focusing more on logic and mathematics.
#130 - nyanpoptart (11/20/2012) [-]
A little story about gravity...
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