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what is space/vacuum?

1 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-14 11:52
does the vacuum reach beyond the known universe?
or is it limited to some borders?
what is a fuking vacuum?
2 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-14 11:53
How the fuck would we know what's outside the known universe; you RETARD
3 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-14 11:53
>>1
The universe is expanding. There's not very much shit in the space (on a relative scale), so there's no pressure. Absence of pressure.
4 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-14 11:53
>>3
It's like that movie with Dustin Hoffman called The Graduate. For a while he was under a lot of pressure, but then he ran off with the hot chick. Then there was no pressure. A vaccum.

It was a metaphor for space.
5 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-14 11:53
>>1
Astronomer here.

Space is between bodies. There's no air pressure between celestial bodies, so a vaccum is created.
6 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-14 11:54
>>4
OP here. Thanks. The Dustin Hoffman analogy makes a lot of sense. I'll put that in my paper. Thanks anon!
7 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-14 11:54
>>1
According to relativity, space is where there's no matter, or dark matter. It's where there's essentially no time either. Because according to relativity, matter is actually required for time to exist. Space is just the cosmic medium that houses matter
8 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-14 11:54
>>1
It means that the entire universe is inside of some clean freaks vacuum and the dude leaves it running 24/7 and if he ever turns it off everything that you know and love will just cease to be.
9 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-14 11:55
10 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-14 11:55
>>7
op here but i still dont know what vacuum is
what is the fuking absence of the matter
is it death? surely if a human suddenly popped out in the vacuum he would die so maybe thats it
whats is fuking nothing? it must be constructed of something tho
everything requires some kind of a medium
the universe is literally dispersed in vacuum wich must be something
is vacuum a state of matter
like water is a phase of ice?
11 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-14 11:55
>>10
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11/14/21(Sun)08:55:46 No.866681149
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what is space/vacuum?

does the vacuum reach beyond the known universe?
or is it limited to some borders?
what is a fuking vacuum?
...Anonymous
11/14/21(Sun)08:58:07 No.866681223
How the fuck would we know what's outside the known universe; you RETARD
...Anonymous
11/14/21(Sun)08:59:38 No.866681270
>>866681149 (OP) #

The universe is expanding. There's not very much shit in the space (on a relative scale), so there's no pressure. Absence of pressure.
>>866681383 #
...Anonymous
11/14/21(Sun)09:02:43 No.866681383
>>866681270 #

It's like that movie with Dustin Hoffman called The Graduate. For a while he was under a lot of pressure, but then he ran off with the hot chick. Then there was no pressure. A vaccum.

It was a metaphor for space.
>>866681482 #
...Anonymous
11/14/21(Sun)09:04:08 No.866681442
>>866681149 (OP) #

Astronomer here.

Space is between bodies. There's no air pressure between celestial bodies, so a vaccum is created.
...Anonymous
11/14/21(Sun)09:05:27 No.866681482
>>866681383 #

OP here. Thanks. The Dustin Hoffman analogy makes a lot of sense. I'll put that in my paper. Thanks anon!
...Anonymous
11/14/21(Sun)09:07:22 No.866681538
>>866681149 (OP) #
According to relativity, space is where there's no matter, or dark matter. It's where there's essentially no time either. Because according to relativity, matter is actually required for time to exist. Space is just the cosmic medium that houses matter
>>866681594 # >>866681878 # >>866683239 #
...Anonymous
11/14/21(Sun)09:07:39 No.866681548
>>866681149 (OP) #
It means that the entire universe is inside of some clean freaks vacuum and the dude leaves it running 24/7 and if he ever turns it off everything that you know and love will just cease to be.
...Anonymous
11/14/21(Sun)09:08:51 No.866681594
>>866681538 #
Nice b8 m8.
>>866681653 #
...Anonymous
11/14/21(Sun)09:10:26 No.866681653
>>866681594 #
Man, you're dumb
>>866681815 #
...Anonymous
11/14/21(Sun)09:15:17 No.866681815
>>866681653 #
GR does not say anything like that.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vacuum_solution_(general_relativity)
...Anonymous
11/14/21(Sun)09:17:17 No.866681878
>>866681538 #
op here but i still dont know what vacuum is
what is the fuking absence of the matter
is it death? surely if a human suddenly popped out in the vacuum he would die so maybe thats it
whats is fuking nothing? it must be constructed of something tho
everything requires some kind of a medium
the universe is literally dispersed in vacuum wich must be something
is vacuum a state of matter
like water is a phase of ice?
>>866682063 #
...Anonymous
11/14/21(Sun)09:23:40 No.866682063
>>866681878 #
what is the fuking absence of the matter
Think of earth's atmosphere. The higher you go up, the less air there is. Take that to an extreme and go to space (far, far into space and nowhere near any planet or galaxy) and suddenly there is nothing apart from maybe like a 'few' photons (particles of light) per cubic meter of space. That's the vacuum of space.

is it death? surely if a human suddenly popped out in the vacuum he would die
Yes but you'd probably freeze or suffocate. Humans exploding in the vacuum of space is dreamed up by Hollywood. You'd literally start to boil but that's another topic

the universe is literally dispersed in vacuum wich must be something
Doesn't work like that. Same deal with the expanding universe. It does not simply expand into any existing space. It creates spacetime itself. It's a very hard concept to wrap your head around
12 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-14 11:56
>>11
It's a very hard concept to wrap your head around
yes thats why we dont fly cus we dont have wings
but we have planes :)
im just extremely jealous of the future generations of kids that will know qp perfectly and have enough imagination to understand all of it
13 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-14 11:56
yeah the universe isnt suspended in something.
if you tried to go to the edge, you would eventually curve and end back up where you started
do you understand op
14 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-14 11:56
>>1
One of the most enigmatic of all transpersonal phenomena is the experience of the void: the encounter with primordial emptiness, nothingness and silence. This extraordinary spiritual experience is of a highly paradoxical nature. The void exists beyond form of any kind. While being a source of everything, it cannot itself be derived from anything else. It is beyond space and time. While we can perceive nothing concrete in the void, there is also the profound sense that nothing is missing. This absolute emptiness is simultaneously pregnant with all of existence, since it contains everything in a potential form.

—Stanislav Grof: "The Holotropic Mind"
15 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-14 11:57
>>13
the universe isnt suspended in something
how you know that anon?
maybe it is but you simply lack a proper observational device to count that as a fact
16 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-14 11:57
>>7
Forget that dark matter shit. No-one can say that it exists.

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