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So, Is It (the Universe) In An Emptyness, Nothing At All?

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Posted by Phillip Martin on March 3, 2003 06:55:46 UTC

I have wondered this myelf. What about time? Can Time exist outside the universe? Does tghe big bang make time with the space, or did all time come into existence with space? Or, does time just exist in unison with space? Is space everpresent, once it is within th realm of the universe, or does it only exist when and where space and time exist, on a sort of particle-by-particle (anything-by-anything, where anything is anything that exists) basis? What about gravity? Is it some sort of particle the is emmitted by that boron I forgot the name of? Or is it something infinitely gradual radiating from every instance of that particle? Is gravitational 'pull' instantly and constantly active on all particles (everything)? If it is, would that mean that space and ime both came into existence everywhere (even nowhere) at the same time?


Phillip Martin

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