posted on Jan, 18 2004 @ 05:39 PM
Lilblam, while it was a good enough 'proof', (btw, that would not ever hold up as a real proof in real life, just because it makes logical sense.
You can use simple logic to make 1=2, and not through division by zero.) you make a seriously fatal err, or, your theory relies on this problem.
Regardless of your disclaimer, God must be brought into this. Not the being of god for an explanation, but the question of the being of god. No one
knows what created it. No one knows that everything was created, or not. The big bang did not necessarily start with energy from the infinite past, it
easily could have converted energy from mass. This energetic potential could have existed forever, but, see, you cannot say it exists forever. There
is no question of god. Time does not exist. and call it a flawless proof. We really don't know if god existed, we really don't know for absolute
sure that creation is impossible. There are fun theories circulating right now about high energy tachyons all coming together at a common point where
the universe had collapsed those 13.7 billion years ago, and literally setting off the bomb. There are also other theories about natural fluctuations
in dimensional walls that eventually led to the collapse of 6 dimensions, and the expansion of 4, these 4 expanding caused the creation of matter,
because matter could now exist as we know it.
Like I said, it is a good enough theory, and if god really doesn't exist for 100% sure, and if energy and mass and existence have really existed for
an infinite amount of time, then technically, yes, time between 2 points compared to the infinite amount of time would make time as we perceive
technically zero, but the problems abound. That doesn't disprove time, that proves that time exists beyond a doubt, just that the time we perceive is
technically not true time. Even if it did disprove time completely, what dfference does it make? If time works the way we think it does, or if it
works a near infinitely more complex way, and has the same effects as the way we think it does normally, or if it doesn't exist, yet our normal
universe continues without change, then it doesn't matter!
Going out on a technical chance and getting frankly emotional in a vain attempt to prove that time cannot exist is senseless. It is something that is
not to be proven or dispoven, at least not yet, and at present, it would make no true difference on our lives either way, so lets not care!