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originally posted by: InTheLight
Isn't the universe chaotic? Can chaos be measured accurately?
What you are talking about is a plain with no forces being applied to it. In that case there woul be nothing to measure because matter would not have been created. If there is nothing to measure then there would not even be electrons or quarks. Therefore there would be nothing.
originally posted by: depleteduranium92
Nothing could be measured, quantified, or compared? What would existence be like?
originally posted by: Kandinsky
a reply to: InTheLight
...although the math predicted the Higgs-Boson in the 1960s and it was there when we looked for it. Einstein's numbers in the General Theory of relativity predicted an expanding universe and he ignored it. It's 'spooky,' but the numbers seem to have all the answers.