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Re: Space Is Space.

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Posted by JorgeV. on July 25, 1998 22:35:51 UTC

: Theoryes, like : Big-Bang, : Black Holes, : Worm Holes, : Etc... : are Scientist mind-brain-imagination.

: I say; : Space is space, where is material, and when this material : move, it make powers, planets, etc.

: This space is like 'room', an if human says that Universe is Born : and Expanding, i ask where. : If i think, that universe is like small ball, corner of my : living room, i ask, How big is my house, : Where is my house.

: Its amazing that scientist believes all carpits, what they have imagine. : Im a scientist, and i say; : When we draw cube, and measuring it X-Y-Z, dimensions, and this cube is : space. In this cube i draw everything what wew really known at : space, time, material, space, then i must say; : Scientist are going to fog with their theoryes.

: I ask; : What we really known at space? : What we really known at distances of planets.

: We dont known so much. We believe. : Everything at nature has purpose, meanings, to do something. : Birds, planets, sun, water, my finger. : Everything has need to be. : What is basic of all? : Why space is? : Why sun is? : Why material want to move, to make forms. Living humans. : Living things. : If nature is 'brainless', it dont need to do life. : Why it do it? : Why?


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