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Posted by Les on September 29, 1998 12:08:25 UTC
Question 1: If the universe is expanding, what's outside of the expansion?
Question 2: Can light speed be amplified to speed up?
: : Your reasoning is correct, but you are using the wrong object. : : You assume that the univers has a " border", and from that you derive : : it can't be infinit. So actually you are saying: "Any object with "borders/limits" : : isn't infinit. I do agree that this must be true. : : What I am missing is how this apply to the universe. : : Where is the proof that the Universe ends somewhere?
: : I'm not convinced about the Bang/Shrink theory. : : It implies that there allways was something, and allways will be something. : : But if that is true, why has that something be a cycle of Bangs and Shrinks and not : : the universe as is? : : Futhermore, Banging and Shrinking isn't possible in an infinit universe.
: I am very sure that "Banging and Shrinking" is possibe, and : that space is finite (please read my 5D Spacetime post : for more details about this).
: What you are saying is that Big Bang never occured, yet : it's a most accepted theory among the scientists.
: It all comes to this: : Big Bang occured => the universe is finite : Big Bang never occured => the universe is infinite.
: Infinity is just a theoretical assumption used for : algebra and Euclidean geometry, and I belive : that nothing in reality is infinite.
: Now you may say: what about time. Time exists only : with space, therefore it's finite too.
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