>>11318280>Someone who can explain their shit. You are a commodity here. However, fundamentally matter is determined by fields and the arrangement of them no?
I accidentally conflated the meaning of fields there, seeing as fields exist across space-time (I think?), so my bad.>...then space-time would be infinite.
If the universe is "closed", then you can travel in one direction long enough and end up back where you started (theoretically), which you could repeat infinitely. Most observations do point to the universe being flat, but there is at least some dispute on it at the moment.>If space-time has density then yeah, that would makes sense. Really sounds like aether theory though.
Yes, well aether theory is nice and comfy if I'm honest. But it's not supposed to come across that way, certainly not like the old aether.
I found this interesting: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luminiferous_aether#Einstein's_views_on_the_aether>>11318314
Your one of those types that came to light when the NPC meme popped up. The kind that can't picture images there head or have an inner monologue. So when people try to imagine a deeper meaning beyond the numbers, or talk in a way your unfamiliar with, you confuse it with symptoms of schizophrenia, like seeing things or hearing voices.>>11316585>these math faggots are worse hen religious zealots.
Whilst normal mathematicians can be fantastic people, the ones your describing are worse than religious zealots, they're mathematical post-modernists. Instead of insisting the world is made up of language, they insist it's made up of maths. So any attempt to gain a deeper understanding of the universe is met with an autistic tantrum.