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  1. #1 People reporting 'glitches' in the laws of physics such as people vanishing into thin air, travelling through solid walls, time stopping, etc. Thoughts? 
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    Hi I just want to post this here since it's really bothering me I'm 14 and I'm in school but lately this has been distracting me.


    For example, glitches in the most fundamental laws of physics that manifested at the macro scale; eg. people (sometimes multiple people at once) seeing a person, animal, car or building blink out of existence in -plain sight-, people who walked through solid objects such as walls or buildings, people suddenly teleporting in plain sight (objects as well), a tree turning into a car while the person was looking at it, time looping so a person experienced the same day three times in a row, being able to breathe underwater as if the water were air, time stopping for 10 minutes straight in a busy shopping store (with two people who were not frozen in time who experienced this same thing), hitting invisible walls, etc.


    I'm wondering why this hasn't caught the attention of international news or why physicists seem to be keeping quiet about it. I'm really quite confused about this stuff and it's messing with my head and I couldn't find any other discussion threads like this so I made one here.


    Just go over to the glitch in the matrix sub. /r/glitch_in_the_matrix An entire group of people vanished in front of people and it is one of the top posts there currently. If any of these are true it means that the laws of physics are not stable and can vanish completely for a few moments (for example a person or object vanishing out of existence, without any light, heat or explosion would violate the law of the conservation of energy) which would be very significant to the world and universe that we live in.


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    As far as i know there are no glitches in physics.

    And the way you respond to it seems like you feel it is normal.

    Did you actually experience any of this yourself, or just from hearsay. Because hearsay means people just want attention.

    You are only 14, so i understand you aren't up to date with the nature of human beings, but people lie to get famous, attention, or to feel special.


    Growing up, i marveled at star-trek's science, and ignored the perfect society. Now, i try to ignore their science, and marvel at the society.

    Imagine, being able to create matter out of thin air, and not coming up with using drones for boarding hostile ships. Or using drones to defend your own ship. Heck, using drones to block energy attacks, counterattack or for surveillance. Unless, of course, they are nano-machines in your blood, which is a billion times more complex..
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    I don't think, that you should start such thread in the "physics" section. Physics is about things, which can be observed/confirmed in a laboratory. Even if such "glitches" are in fact happening on Earth, there's no branch of mainstream science, which would try to research and explain them. Physics is rather about measurable forces and processes, which can be predicted. You can try to approach such problem from, by explaining such "glitches", as somekind of "shifts" between the physical environment and some "higher dimensions", but I wouldn't call it as "physics" - for professional physicists it's probably rather "fiction", than "science"...

    As far as i know there are no glitches in physics.
    I would even say, that physics is about eliminating any "glitches" from our understnding of reality...

    And the way you respond to it seems like you feel it is normal.

    Did you actually experience any of this yourself, or just from hearsay. Because hearsay means people just want attention.

    You are only 14, so i understand you aren't up to date with the nature of human beings, but people lie to get famous, attention, or to feel special.
    There are some videos on YouTube - but it's hard to call it an "physical evidence", as today every recording can be edited to the point, where it looks 100% authentic. I'm trying to keep an open mind to all possibilities, so I don't dismiss completely those movies - they might be actually real - but I doubt, that any physicist will base an actual research on a YouTube video (no matter, how real it seems to be).
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    I forgot to put examples and links in my OP (im on my phone) so here they are;

    reddit. com/r/Glitch_in_the_Matrix/comments/4mqg9f/he_teleported_and_i_saw_it_happen/ (remove gaps)


    One of the top posts is about a group of people who were seen to vanish out of existence in plain sight. Not occluded by anything or going behind something, just popped out of existence without a noise or any flash of light.
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    Moved to Pseudoscience.
    There are no reliable reports.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrUrchin View Post
    I'm wondering why this hasn't caught the attention of international news or why physicists seem to be keeping quiet about it.
    Probably because it doesn't happen. Or at least, not outside the heads of a few deluded people and then a few more gullible people who believe them.
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    being that the world we live in is just a series of holographic illusions, all illusions are possible in the unreal world we live in, and i said if you can imagine it,it can be made to seem real,it is a fact that Jesus walked through the wall in a room where his disciples witnessed this,it is also said he walked on water,the only real and true is the life that is in us that empowers all our ideas that we accept as real and true in our strength of our beliefs,this is why when we believe we are healed and we took a placebo that we do get healed and if it is not the placebo it is our sheer belief that we will be healed is what healed us,a mass of anything that is changeable like liquid solid and gas the many changeable states of matter does not have healing power, even if it is said to have it,it is just misconception of authority which only resides with us and at the very highest level it is the master and the acceptance of his perfection of all the ideas that we only truly are or ever could be, when we realize this is the only one truth of the one and only creator in our world,giving credit to anything else as if it creates is our mistake,man did not create himself nor is he an accident or a chance occurrence, he is created by perfect genius and a perfect concept of the creator,these ideas that are in motion in our world never change like matter does for they are untouchable and ever constant believe me there is no sickness it is all just a misconception of our beliefs deny the illness and it has no support or foundation for it's existence, for an illusion is only as good as you perceive it to be real and it never is or can be real 202-333-3484 J.C.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HIGHWORD View Post
    being that the world we live in is just a series of holographic illusions, all illusions are possible in the unreal world we live in, and i said if you can imagine it,it can be made to seem real,it is a fact that Jesus walked through the wall in a room where his disciples witnessed this,it is also said he walked on water,the only real and true is the life that is in us that empowers all our ideas that we accept as real and true in our strength of our beliefs,this is why when we believe we are healed and we took a placebo that we do get healed and if it is not the placebo it is our sheer belief that we will be healed is what healed us,a mass of anything that is changeable like liquid solid and gas the many changeable states of matter does not have healing power, even if it is said to have it,it is just misconception of authority which only resides with us and at the very highest level it is the master and the acceptance of his perfection of all the ideas that we only truly are or ever could be, when we realize this is the only one truth of the one and only creator in our world,giving credit to anything else as if it creates is our mistake,man did not create himself nor is he an accident or a chance occurrence, he is created by perfect genius and a perfect concept of the creator,these ideas that are in motion in our world never change like matter does for they are untouchable and ever constant believe me there is no sickness it is all just a misconception of our beliefs deny the illness and it has no support or foundation for it's existence, for an illusion is only as good as you perceive it to be real and it never is or can be real 202-333-3484 J.C.
    I suggest you seek professional help before you become a danger to yourself or others.

    But, you have provided a useful example to the OP of the sort of drivel posted on the web by delusional people. So thanks for that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrUrchin View Post
    I forgot to put examples and links in my OP (im on my phone) so here they are;

    reddit. com/r/Glitch_in_the_Matrix/comments/4mqg9f/he_teleported_and_i_saw_it_happen/ (remove gaps)


    One of the top posts is about a group of people who were seen to vanish out of existence in plain sight. Not occluded by anything or going behind something, just popped out of existence without a noise or any flash of light.
    I agree with other comments about this. I would suggest checking carefully what evidence there really is for any of this. You can find all sorts of highly dubious stuff on the internet. If there really were well-attested examples of people vanishing or being instantly transported to another location, we would expect a great deal of public interest, not least police searches for those that have disappeared, and excited personal testimony from people who were translocated.

    Do we see any of that? Er, no, we don't. That should arouse your scepticism, don't you think?
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    Later footnote: I now realise this is Gaiagirl/LadyGaia/Frank Baker etc. The spontaneous combustion/exploding thymus gland troll. It's been a while, but now he's back. Also on another forum I belong to as well, with identical bullshit question.

    Here's hoping for a speedy ban.

    But you can have a laugh here: http://www.thescienceforum.com/trash...one-death.html
    which includes some background on the previous behaviour of this poster.
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    Quote Originally Posted by exchemist View Post
    Later footnote: I now realise this is Gaiagirl/LadyGaia/Frank Baker etc. The spontaneous combustion/exploding thymus gland troll. It's been a while, but now he's back. Also on another forum I belong to as well, with identical bullshit question.

    Here's hoping for a speedy ban. (...)

    Nonetheless, I found no evidence that MrUrchin is an alternative account of aforementioned members.
    "The only safe rule is to dispute only with those of your acquaintance of whom you know that they possess sufficient intelligence and self-respect not to advance absurdities; to appeal to reason and not to authority, and to listen to reason and yield to it; and, finally, to be willing to accept reason even from an opponent, and to be just enough to bear being proved to be in the wrong."

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    If it is the same person the consistent, willfully ignorant stupidity level will show it. Watch this space!
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    Urchin is on SciFo as well, flogging the exact same stories.
    This space for rent
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    Quote Originally Posted by exchemist View Post
    Later footnote: I now realise this is Gaiagirl/LadyGaia/Frank Baker etc. The spontaneous combustion/exploding thymus gland troll. It's been a while, but now he's back. Also on another forum I belong to as well, with identical bullshit question.

    Here's hoping for a speedy ban.

    But you can have a laugh here: http://www.thescienceforum.com/trash...one-death.html
    which includes some background on the previous behaviour of this poster.
    If MrUrchin is not Gaiagirl, it would be a case of convergent devolution.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tk421 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by exchemist View Post
    Later footnote: I now realise this is Gaiagirl/LadyGaia/Frank Baker etc. The spontaneous combustion/exploding thymus gland troll. It's been a while, but now he's back. Also on another forum I belong to as well, with identical bullshit question.

    Here's hoping for a speedy ban.

    But you can have a laugh here: http://www.thescienceforum.com/trash...one-death.html
    which includes some background on the previous behaviour of this poster.
    If MrUrchin is not Gaiagirl, it would be a case of convergent devolution.
    Well put.

    But I think this poster has learned one thing, which is to post and then disappear as soon as he's been rumbled, before being banned. Maybe it's a game to see how long it takes before he is recognised. I'm getting better at it now, I think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrUrchin View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrUrchin View Post
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    Don't you mean "Pop...ARRGH"?

    That is more like the sound I would expect from an exploding thymus gland.
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    Quote Originally Posted by exchemist View Post
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    Don't you mean "Pop...ARRGH"?

    That is more like the sound I would expect from an exploding thymus gland.
    I was in mid-sip of some tea when I read your post. Hilarious! It was worth having to change my shirt.
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