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Posted by Lau, symmetry is beautiful/">Lau, symmetry is beautiful on December 1, 1999 13:04:01 UTC
: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : CL: Well, why couldn't the matter collapse forever?
: : : : Wayne: Einstein felt that laws of physics must remain the same in all referrence frames. : : : : LAW Two objects can not occupy the same space at the same time.
: : : There is no such law.
: : : : Lau: Pauli exclusion principle
: The Pauli exclusion principle does not say that.
Lau: true but it does to electrons and neutrons so it's reasonable to assume for any 2 objects though not yet proven
: : : : SINGULARITY = infinite number of objects occupy same space at same time.
: : : Thats not quite what is meant by singularity.
: : : Lau: Singularity = infinite density = mass in zero volume(ie a point) therefore numerous objects occupying same space at same time.
: : No. Singularity means any infinite term in an equation of physics.
Lau: the infinite term is the density and curvature
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