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RE: Singularities

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Posted by Thomas Fambrough on March 14, 2000 21:33:10 UTC

To Mr. Alencar`s response about the Singularity:

As you well know, at the Singularity, space-time becomes infinitly warped. Einstein`s theory correctly states: the closer you reach the speed of light, the less time acts upon you. To us on Earth our perspective of time is by the second, as it happens. In the Singularity, time ceases to exist as we know it. It becomes all and nothing at once. Space-time collapses in on its self. If it were possible to observe this phenomenon safely from earth, it would seem that the matter was crushed out of existence. I theorize the matter`s energy is in a state of suspension. Trapped in a never ending cycle of infinite time and smallness. Crushed out of "OUR" existance so to speak.

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