posted on Jul, 12 2018 @ 04:27 PM
a reply to: Blue Shift
"Except they're not."
Physics is the study of matter. It deals with what matter is and how it reacts with heat, light, electricity, and sound. It also studies matter’s
motion through space and time, in addition to studying related forces such as energy and force.
Metaphysics includes the study of theology, ontology and cosmology. Theology is the study of the western God as well as religion and spirituality.
Ontology is the study of being and the nature of reality, and how they are related to each other, the study of how we know what we know.
They are very different kettles of fish really.
"Yes they are They all involve transmission of information. And something like an idea you cook up in your head has energy which as far as we know so
far is not limited by spacetime. It works interdimensionally."
How do we know energy is not limited by "spacetime"?
The speed of light is limited/defined by space-time and light is indeed a form of radiation/energy.
"So before the Big Bang there was... Stephen Hawking."
Don't matter what was before the current iteration of our universe as we can never measure or observe such. The question is philosophical and
unanswerable by experimentation.
edit on 12-7-2018 by andy06shake because: (no reason given)