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Posted by Sam Patterson on September 4, 2002 14:49:36 UTC

Thank you for your response.

But here is a question. How do you know this? This is all purely theoretical, correct? There has not been a single experiment result which confirms this, right? Not one experiment to support this? Sounds a lot like guessing to me.

"One thing I do not understand is how the gravitational field can exist before mass is created by the Higgs particle."

How could any of the laws of physics arise from nothing? Why did gravity, at some random moment, all of a sudden just become a universal force from nothing? Why were all these dimensions there?

Ok, one more question. Do you think there was ever a point in time (before the seperation of gravity according to the theory) where there was nothing? No dimensions, no matter, no energy. Was there ever a point in time where this occured?

Sam, KC2GWX

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