# Thread: Science of Solving Equations - can you solve them all?

1. Can you solve any equation? An unknown science fact wonder can be formulated into a mathematical equation and if you know the science of solving equations and all the maths that are required to be able to solve any equation then you can figure out any secret of science you wonder.

I like you was brought up in a world where i was taught to only learn from a book, they said it was impossible to figure out anything on your own without great machines and much else. I never till later in life tried discovering for myself and solving the science secrets i wondered. At first it was a bit hard but i figured out how to solve equations, i learned how to mathematically describe a scientific problem like the secrets of atomic natures of the universe and secrets of black holes and put the problem into a scientific mathematical formula.

I came through practice to learn how to solve any equation no matter how complex in mere moments. There is what you know of a science so far and they are the known variables and there is what you don't know of the science and those are the unknown variables. It is but simple algebra where you use the known variables to solve unknown variables. you don't solve all the unknowns first time but you solve one or a few and then adding that new known variable into the equation and redoing the formula you figure out another and eventually after repeating many times you unravel the whole ball of yarn of mystery.

Imagine a piece of paper in your mind now fill it with random mathematical and science equations, next imagine a hundred pages of paper and just fill them with random drawings or science equations all at once, just as you filled those in 2 seconds you can do millions of sheets of science math work solving science equations in mere moments inside you imagination on imaginary sheets of paper. Use this capability, anything you wonder the answer to you can put into a mathematical science equation and actually solve and figure out the things you wonder.
Imagine a guy getting struck by a bolt of lightening while walking across the road. That is not the only thing you can visualize in your mind, you can imagine black hole or anything and not only that just like making the man get struck by lightening you can do anything you want with what you imagine can you think of sumthing you could do to something you imagine inside your imagination that would te3ll you something you wonder about sciences. Just as you imagined that man in your mind you can imagine any experiment in your mind and do it as real as in real life, with these two ability's you can solve all sciences.

I was lucky enough to figure this out and i figured out every science secret i always wondered because of it and i thought i would just share the blessing. This stuff really works just try and stick with it before no time you solve all the sciences and know the answers to every equation.

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3. Sonic, I am glad you are figuring things out! I should say however, that there are definitely unsolvable equations. Perhaps these are considered trivial, I'm not sure (I'm not a mathematician) but they do exist. For example:
n + 1 = n + 2
Perhaps someone smarter than me can comment on the validity of my example?

Edit: I guess adding infinity would make these equal... :P

4. Originally Posted by SonicEvolution1550595650
I like you was brought up in a world where i was taught to only learn from a book, they said it was impossible to figure out anything on your own without great machines and much else.
I am very sorry to here that. Where were you educated?

I went to primary and secondary school in a small town, some would call it a village, on an island in the west of Scotland. I recall that the teachers were always encouraging us to think for ourselves, whether it was how we interpreted Shakespeare, or how we approached an experiment in the science classes. (They were less sympathetic about us making up ne wwords in French.) And at university learning through your own practical activites was central to the whole process.

So, I'm interested to here where you have such a bad experience, as it is so different from mine. Of course, some of my friends seemed to think they were just expected to learn from a book, but they were none to bright, so that was understandable.

5. Well, that's wonderful for you. Until you solve the GUT though, I'll move you and your grandiose claims to the pseudo section. Fair?

6. Originally Posted by JoshuaL
Sonic, I am glad you are figuring things out! I should say however, that there are definitely unsolvable equations. Perhaps these are considered trivial, I'm not sure (I'm not a mathematician) but they do exist. For example:
n + 1 = n + 2
Perhaps someone smarter than me can comment on the validity of my example?

Edit: I guess adding infinity would make these equal... :P
i understand that that equation is unsolvable because it is undefined to the need to be able to solve but i meant well defined equations. If you formulate something you wonder in science into a mathematical scientific equation like how fast the average electron spins around an atom, in each equation enough of the variables are defined to figure out the answer by math and all equations of hypotheses of such questions in life i can solve but not one as such you defined where the variables are completely undefined.

7. Originally Posted by John Galt
Originally Posted by SonicEvolution1550595650
I like you was brought up in a world where i was taught to only learn from a book, they said it was impossible to figure out anything on your own without great machines and much else.
I am very sorry to here that. Where were you educated?

I went to primary and secondary school in a small town, some would call it a village, on an island in the west of Scotland. I recall that the teachers were always encouraging us to think for ourselves, whether it was how we interpreted Shakespeare, or how we approached an experiment in the science classes. (They were less sympathetic about us making up ne wwords in French.) And at university learning through your own practical activites was central to the whole process.

So, I'm interested to here where you have such a bad experience, as it is so different from mine. Of course, some of my friends seemed to think they were just expected to learn from a book, but they were none to bright, so that was understandable.
oh in Canada. Didn't encourage self thinking always said it was impossible to figure anything of science your self very discourage ttrying such things said you need all these machienes and stuff. It was really one of my brightest days when i realized a great fact. I had always wanted to do so many science experiments and never thought i would ever get to try one because of all the materials needed and how long it would take to set up, then i was imaging a scene inside my head and realized just as i was imagining that scene i could imagine one of the experiments of science i always wanted to do inside my head as well and really imagine any experiment and do the experiment in my mind and finally find out the results.

I was amazed by the results they turned out exact same as if in real life and i finally learned the science i wondered about and constanty do science experiments inside my mine and mathematical research to figure out stuff now, but i just wish i had thought of it as a kid i would have been quite the famous genius for knowing so much science no one else knows.

8. Originally Posted by SonicEvolution1550595650
i could imagine one of the experiments of science i always wanted to do inside my head as well and really imagine any experiment and do the experiment in my mind and finally find out the results.

I was amazed by the results they turned out exact same as if in real life and i finally learned the science i wondered about and constanty do science experiments inside my mine and mathematical research to figure out stuff now
You do realise that the results of experiments you do in your imagination may not always reflect reality. Science makes its greatest advances when real experiments show unexpected results (the discovery of quantum theory, Neptune, neutrinos, dark matter ...). None of these would have been found if people relied solely on thought experiments.

9. Originally Posted by SonicEvolution1550595650
I was amazed by the results they turned out exact same as if in real life and i finally learned the science i wondered about and constanty do science experiments inside my mine and mathematical research to figure out stuff now, but i just wish i had thought of it as a kid i would have been quite the famous genius for knowing so much science no one else knows.
Your claim is not credible in the least, I'm afraid. You are essentially claiming that all of the laws of the universe -- including, perhaps, those that science has not yet teased out -- are encoded in your head, so that you are able to simulate everything correctly, from the quantum realm on up to the universal scale.

A logical consequence of your claim is that we could replace all simulators with you alone. For example, we could tell Boeing to discard all of their design tools and simply hire you; ditto with automotive designers from Tokyo to Stuttgart to Detroit. We could fire the engineers at Intel who simulate microprocessors; you could perform the verifications. Microsoft could get by with far fewer coders, since you could find their bugs by yourself.

Weather prediction would be a snap, for your cranium contains the ability to simulate chaotic processes with results that are the "exact same as if in real life."

I am glad that you are experiencing the joy of thinking, but you might wish to temper that joy with some cold, hard critical thinking. Avoiding self-delusion has been one of the most important aims -- and basis for success -- of science.

As Strange has pointed out, we run experiments precisely because we acknowledge that our intuitions are incomplete and unreliable. Millennia of simply imagining how nature works have produced failure after failure (compare, say, Aristotle's methods with those of the LHC team at CERN).

10. Sonic, I am also curious how you do the actual calculations themselves. I can picture them in my head, but I can not DO them in my head. I need at least a piece of paper and pen to get started. Taking a very simple example, I could not do the following equation in my head. But if you can do it in your head THAT IS AWESOME.
813 n = 744708 (solve for n)

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