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 Be the first pioneers to continue the Astronomy Discussions at our new Astronomy meeting place...The Space and Astronomy Agora A Creation Scenario Forum List | Follow Ups | Post Message | Back to Thread TopicsPosted by LegendLength/">LegendLength on January 24, 1999 18:08:53 UTC

Please tell me what you think about this. I know it seems like meaningless use of math but I like to think it has some possibility of being true.

You start with a universe which contains nothing. No matter or energy or even dimensions. The size of the universe can't be calculated because there's nothing in it to relate to. You could argue the size of it is zero because it contains nothing, or maybe you could say it's size is infinite because it's undefined. The best answer would probably be that it's silly to try and calculate the size of this hypothetical universe.

Lets say for this argument that the size is infinite.

So were left with an infinite amount of nothing, or in math terms : (1/0) * (0/1)

Reducing that we get 0/0 (zero over zero) which is a strange number. To me 0/0 is another numerical way of representing a dimension as it seems to represent all real numbers simultaneously.

From this number crunching it seems that a dimension has been created out of nothing. If not a dimension then maybe a random value?

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