With strict application of the Ten Assumptions of Science in neomechanics, we discover that there are numerous impossibilities otherwise proclaimed as possible by various indeterminists. We have mentioned many of these throughout our books and within the 332 Blog entries prepared to date. There you will find detailed arguments against these impossibilities. I put them here in short form as a convenient reference list. I expect to add to this frequently, since indeterminists generally have overactive imaginations. No telling what they will come up with next.
1. A person exactly like you exists on some other planet.
2. Action at a distance is possible.
3. All electrons are identical.
4. All things are objects or events.
5. Clocks flown in jets around Earth proved that relativity was correct.
6. Dark energy exists.
7. Discovery of the gravitational redshift proved that relativity is correct.
8. Eddington proved that spacetime around the Sun was curved.
9. Einstein was the greatest scientist of all time.
10. Energy exists.
11. Energy has mass.
12. Energy occurs.
13. Extrasensory perception is possible.
14. Evolution can occur in reverse.
15. Evolution can stop.
16. Fields do not contain matter.
17. Force exists.
18. Force occurs.
19. Gravitation is a pull.
20. Gravitation is an attractive force.
21. Gravitation is caused by curved spacetime.
22. Humanity is becoming increasingly uncivilized.
23. Humanity will commit suicide.
24. Ideal objects exist.
25. If the universe were infinite, everything would be possible.
26. Individual photons travel all the way from galaxy to eyeball.
27. It is possible to travel back in time.
28. It is possible to make perfect predictions.
29. It is probable that there are two identical snowflakes.
30. Light has mass.
31. Light is a particle.
32. Light is a wave-particle.
33. Matter and mass are identical.
34. Matter can be turned into energy.
35. Matter is not infinitely subdividable; a finite, solid particle exists.
36. Measurement errors can be eliminated entirely by improvements in technique.
37. Motion has mass.
38. Motionless matter is possible.
39. Matterless motion is possible.
40. Momentum exists.
41. Momentum occurs.
42. Nonexistence is possible.
43. Perfect precision is possible.
44. Perfectly empty space exists.
45. Perfectly solid matter exists.
46. Photons exist.
47. Some events may not have causes.
48. Spacetime exists.
49. The Big Bang Theory will never be replaced.
50. The brain and mind are two different things.
51. The cosmic redshift is due to the Doppler Effect.
52. The cosmic redshift is due to the expansion of space.
53. The Higgs boson gives mass to matter.
54. The Tired Light Theory is false.
55. The universe began with a “quantum fluctuation.”
56. The universe consists of space and time.
57. The universe exploded out of nothing.
58. The universe had a beginning.
59. The universe has four dimensions.
60. The universe is 13.8 billion years old.
61. The universe is expanding.
62. The universe is finite.
63. The universe will end in “heat death.”
64. The universe will have an ending.
65. The unobserved quantum particle does not exist.
67. There are a finite number of causes for every event.
68. There are more than three dimensions.
70. There are parallel universes.
71. There is free will.
72. There is no aether.
73. There is no evidence for aether.
74. Time can dilate.
75. Time is a mysterious object.
76. Wave-particles can produce the Doppler Effect.
77. We need free will to make decisions.
78. Without free will, society would break down.
79. Without relativity, the Global Positioning System (GPS) would be impossible.
80. Wormholes are passages into other universes.
81. You do not exist; the event of your birth exists.
82. You will not be able to think of any more impossibilities:
As I have said before, the neomechanics and infinite universe have an infinite number of possibilities as well as an infinite number of impossibilities. Next week I will list the possibilities of which I am aware.
 Borchardt, Glenn, 2004, The ten assumptions of science: Toward a new scientific worldview: Lincoln, NE, iUniverse, 125 p.
---, 2007, The Scientific Worldview: Beyond Newton and Einstein: Lincoln, NE, iUniverse, 411 p. [ http://www.scientificphilosophy.com/The%20Scientific%20Worldview.html ]