Boundary Conditions

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Many people would claim that the boundary conditions are not part of physics but belong to metaphysics or religion. They would claim that nature had complete freedom to start the universe off any way it wanted. That may be so, but it could also have made it evolve in a completely arbitrary and random manner. Yet all the evidence is that it evolves in a regular way according to certain laws. It would therefore seem reasonable to suppose that there are also laws governing the boundary conditions.


Stephen Hawking “The Quantum State of the Universe”, Nuclear Physics


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12th House VirgoMM Member
12th House Virgo

I’ve certainly been laying down boundary conditions!



I’ve built a Great Wall Of China! 😉

PegasusMM Member

Who’s that cute Brian someone the Physics Professor
who is said to be the new Attenborough.
‘Wonders of Life’ on channel one last night was most informing explaining exactly how life began.
So it created itself as in ‘life’s longing for it’s self’ but there MUST have been a biological uplifter from elsewhere somewhere in the mix.

About nuclear: Putin says he has a bigger dick than Don or Kim.These men make me despair of any hope for the human race which could stop racing for a while toward annihilation. You know just to stop the stress of those who love the planet.

SMM Member

That would be keyboard playing physicist Brian Cox.

Leo-Scorp GrrrlMM Member
Leo-Scorp Grrrl

Or Brian Greene?

PegasusMM Member

S you got it, Cox.

PegasusMM Member

Isn’t that Professor Green and he’s a DJ…lol.

skarabMM Member

“boundary conditions are my favourite conditions. it’s where things get interesting” …. :-).
Happy π Day.

(it felt a bit irreverent writing it up there)

TripleLMM Member

His earthbound suffering has ended; he has re-joined the cosmos that mesmerized him so.

I won’t say R.I.P. but instead, Goddess speed, Dr. Hawking. May you enjoy your journey home, and see all the answers, firsthand. Thank you for your contributions to humankind.

babysinclairMM Member


embarkons7MM Member

Thanks for putting this up, Mystic. Just reread the post on Einstein time linked to in the Aqua scopes and found it uber relevant:


Stephen Hawking was someone i knew of but who only made a terrific impact on me when he admitted a mistake. He published his “Brief History of Time” that stunned people across the world, with its revelations, but also actually taught people, even those like me who aren’t erudite in this area. He made us feel like we could understand (Einstein’s Theory of Relativity was written in a similarly digestible way, and I loved that, too). Later, he said he thought some of his ideas were incorrect. Noone else had “called him out”, and much of his stuff is too… Read more »


So i don’t RIP, because his body has needed peaceful rest for ages, and i want his spirit to keep going forever. The usual selfish prayer from the living for the dead. I wished RIP for so many i loved who died, but i feel really selfish about this one. It’s like his condition made me always aware of his mortality, and silently cheer him on, “Mate, you’d better keep going, we have noone else like you just now.” Guess i need to say my thanks and let his whole self rest. I’m kinda hoping Quantun Physics, you know 😉… Read more »

emgMM Member

Your take on this is so touching and really rather lovely. I agree. He was a real scientist in that he recognised that he didn’t know it all and all is unknowable but with time you can progress bit by bit and further understand follows. Real scientists would be better to look more widely then focus, then look up again. You are right. He had that. He also had that twinkle in his eye. He is a rather special soul.

ArielMM Member

Beautiful. Really love your take on, & obvious connection, with him.

Scorpio_RisingMM Member

That takes a better man to admit faults. So refreshing and rare now. Instead of doubling down and becoming arrogant instead.


Neptune infused heartbreak in the wake of being boundaried by truth?

JokermanMM Member

“Neptune infused heartbreak”…..I’ve suffered from that only 39 times.


Thank heavens for uranIan energy!

JokermanMM Member

I’m now gotta better handle on the Outre 3. I rate very highly on all 3. Atm Saturn is assisting Uranus. The other 2 are on a sabbatical. Apt since Saturn has some tie up with Saturday.


So you reckon the outer 3 are behaving…as higher octave expressions ideally…

Saturn will go retrograde soon…its sits square to mine 7th…it is stressful.

Then when it is back in earlier degrees it will be opposite moon…

This transit is hell, lillith is heading to my venus, Pluto is already there 5th.

I can’t atone myself for any of the absurd mess I made!

Sun is going to be square mars, all this Aries…

Mercury & venus are colluding, and going to clash with Pluto.

I’m not anticipating an easy month…tough luck…

JokermanMM Member

That’s heavy-duty.

I’m so punch drunk that even punches feel good.

JokermanMM Member

Neptune is gradually leaving its opposition to my 1st Decan Virgo. Uranus is going to touch my 29° MC for the 2nd of 3 passes.
I got Mars conjuncting Pluto and Lilith conjuncting Saturn v close to my Dsc. Saturn near touches it then it retros for another conjunction mit my natal Saturn.

“And always look on the bright side of life, and always look on the bright side of life,……”

RuthMM Member

What next- David Attenborough?

AlouettaMM Member

Don’t say it.

RuthMM Member

I know, you’re right, but I worry about these things.

scorpiodawnMM Member

that so looks like ian brown from the stone roses…

GreenWitchMM Member

Or as we say in the Murphy household – “Well spotted Batman”.
(No idea how Batman comes into it…)

JacquiMM Member



boundary conditions are my favourite conditions. it’s where things get interesting 🙂

RIP Mr Hawking.

I had to check, surely he is a Sir Stephen…no? Why hasn’t he been knighted? I found an answer: