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Posted by Science=Religion/">Science=Religion on September 28, 1998 07:12:02 UTC

: There are too many errors in this series of posts for me correct. : However there is one thing that has been said that is true - the universe does have 0 energy. This has nothing to do with matter/antimatter since both have positive energy and when they annihilate give off energy that is equal to their rest masses. The universe has 0 energy because the negative gravitational potential energy exactly offsets the positive mass energy that creates the gravitational field.

For the universe to be infinit the totall mass has to be 0. It also has to have 0 energy, so it can't expand or shrink. When I said mass/energy = 0. I ment both mass and energy has to be 0. That you for agreeing with the energy part. :)

Gerwin

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