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|RE: RE: RE: Nothingness Cannot Be Measured, Even With The Label Of Zero
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Posted by Infinidi on April 12, 2000 01:49:52 UTC
Whoops! Maybe you guys are missing something here. I think it is right that everything originated with the Void in a Creationist manner. Yet, on the other hand, I think that matter or energy in one manifestation or another has always existed. Think about it. If spacetime originates from the Void then the Void is timeless and eternal. Any talk about a beginning is meaningless because a beginning implies a point of reference in time. If time originates from the Void then it is meaningless to talk about a beginning since the "beginning` is outside of time. I hope I made sense. I am enjoying this discussion. Getting off the subject, do quarks have mass or size? I have heard that they are "point" particles having no size to them. How does a proton made of three quarks have size then? Where do gluons enter the picture? I have often heard that they are the carriers of the strong nuclear force.
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