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Posted by fred on January 29, 1998 02:14:07 UTC

:In the big bang, several things came into being. A lot of space, a lot of energy and a lot of time. What suppose that gravity is merely the interaction between these elemnts restoring themselves to their original state? If you start with space you can wrench it apart to create a particle and anti particle. It is not the same thing, but along the same sort of lines. Suppose you start with nothing and wrench it apart to create space, time and energy?You started with nothing. This was torn into three elements, whose sum is zero. Not in the ordinary way can you add these things together. You can't smack one into the other like you can a proton and an anti-proton. This is taking nothing and fragmenting it into three unique, but intimately related things. Will the ultimate end of space time and energy be in a huge singularity? What happens after that is a matter for the laws of Physics outside our universe. The closest link we have to "outside our universe" has to be a singularity. We may turn up something interesting in the lab, be we are a long way from realizing the forces available to good old mother nature out there in space. I suppose what lies beneath - through the singularity - will be a matter for argument for many years to come. The great part is that everyone can have their own ideas because it will be a fair while before anyone will be proven right or wrong! Anyone got any interesting RADICAL thoughts? Come on, don't be sheep.

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