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Re: I Feel I Need To Explain

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Posted by Wondering. on September 29, 1998 08:43:54 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

Yes.

Mathematics has zero-error, and -sign-numbers error.

0 ....... 0.1 ....... 1 ....... 10 ..... etc.

sign - numbers are always between 0 .............1... to something exist..

so, amount of exist, what is, is always between, 0............1......10...........big

Negative sign, -numbers, view always something exist, matter thing.

-1 is always something, and is then 1.

Energy is.

Empty is empty. Matter is matter. Empty dont have matter energy. Matter dont have empty energy. In the empty is matter energy.

? Who then made matter? Who then made empty?

?

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