Member Since December 13, 2007 , From Brisbane, Australia
About Gromwald:

My main interest is in developing a "Theory of Everything" (TOE) or Grand United Theory (GUT) that not only combines the varied areas of physics such as Einstein's relativity and quantum mechanics but one that also addresses the philosophical issues of mind, consciousness and free will.

I have degrees in computer science and philosophy of mind, and am a qualified math teacher. I also teach Chess and Special Ed.


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Answered: How does linguistics,psychology and other ...

You ask a very open question. The choice of words people use can help to give an understanding of assumptions in their thinking and what they obsess about. If you show someone an ink blot and ask ...

Answered: Why does quantum foam produce virtual particles

John's answer is pretty good. My understaning is "quantum foam" is an extension of Wheeler's "spacetime foam" and "it from bit" ideas. There are many different ways of looking at this problem. I ...

Answered: Light and Speed

light has no mass until it stops.

Answered: Is it true that some people who are excellent at ...

Physics requires understanding, of generalities. Chemistry memory of specifics. Some people try to rote learn math techniques. Some of them might have more trouble with physics, but being good at ...

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Hi Norman As I said, I suspect that something like God does exist but have my doubts about whether folowing church rituals impresses gods or God. I suspect an atheist with a good heart is just as ...

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Hi Fletcher I would be tempted to believe you are Rockmike, if I were the type to jump to conclusions. I must admit I do respect Physicalist, and agree with him on many of his beliefs and doubt ...

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Belief in afterlife or godlike beings need not mean you have to believe everything that your church tells you is true. Many atheists may be OK with concepts similar to gods as long as the religion is ...

Answered: Is the existence of an afterlife insane to ...

No scientific evidence for afterlife but not an insane idea.

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Hi Stanley Rather than calling names, Join the discussion. I am open to the idea of a God but I also believe that science knows a little of what goes on, otherwise my TV set would not work. Calling ...

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Hi Chris I have been discussing stuff like this on linkedin.com

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"Gromwald, I appreciate your scientific insight. I believe you have something."