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Posted by Gfjhgvfgb on June 1, 2004 19:55:01 UTC

What I assume is that the only difference between existence and non-existence is that every form of existence is described by some kind of rules and only the non-existence-the nothing is described by no rules at all.So what happens in GR is that when curvature of spacetime reaches infinity all the laws of physics flaw which means that no laws can be applied to that "place"(here place is just a word)so we have got nothing.And if you don't come up with some better idea it is a viable concept because GR is indeed true.Yes,we really have an infinity in our universe and it has nothing to do with our represantation of particles or space,but with GR.So if you want to PROVE me wrong find a physical REASON why the curvature of spacetime can't be infinite bacause "infinity can not exist" is just an assumption!!!Whare is the PROVE?Can you provide one????

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