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Re: Before The Big Bang

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Posted by Wondering. on May 13, 1998 05:46:52 UTC

If big-bang was 'coming' to nothing, then it is not possible. Nothing, emptyness, zero,0, cannot do anything.

Nothing, i mean, nothing, place, space, where is not material.

Space is space(place), where material move, and make everything.

How it born? What is end of it? Why is it?

These questions are "#"##%%&, and we cannot found answer it.

It is better, if we put our energy to look,

What is around of us? What is the cube-size(X-Y-Z) at space, what we really know. Space is space, where is material, which make planets, etc, and these materials are 'joined' together.

Time and distance mean same.

Between two point has always distance. When we talk, how long it take to go between these two points, we use measuring unit, time.

I walk 10 meter, with some time.

This time-thinking is error, at space is like bubble, etc.

How big is cube(X-Y-Z)-dimensions at space, what we really known, and what we have really check? These talking about 100000lightyears including error-sources; -Speed of light is constant -Mathematical zero.

It is same, when we talk age of earth. 5 miljard years. We cannot mearuse so long time, and check(calibrate) it. MAthematic draw a X-Y curve, but we dont known, that this curve was 5-miljar year or 5 miljon yeard. We cannot say it, at basic, 50000 year knowings.

E=MC2 cannot be 100% true.

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