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Originally posted by quiksilver
everthing is measured in say point blank units the smallest there is. so take any one of these and the universe would be finite at that given point. but infinite in the space time level. technically there is no one point in the universe. every point in the universe is its exact center, saying this because everything was once squashed down into one single entity. if thats so then time doesnt exist outside the universe. so time is reliant on gravity and gravity is reliant on mass so photons dont pass anytime at all, thats how they travel at light speed, because no mass = no gravity = no time.
ps. i am just a 14 yr old and probably most of what i said will be considered absolute garbage to most people.
Originally posted by robertfenix
The vary base of existence relies on a bi-lateral motion. ie every white must have a black, a negative must have an equal positive, every affect must have an opposite reaction, an outside must have an inside, a record must have a "flip" side, ying and yang, good and evil, what goes up must come down, expulsion and retraction, expansion and retraction, start and stop, light and day. left side and right side. is not the very basis of computers 0's and 1's and this is just off and on
Every atomic particle has its own instruction set. A metal wants to bond with its same kind to make a solid but can also make a bond with another atom that shares a common or compatible instruction. Like oxygen and iron which bond to make iron-oxide (rust) or hydrogen and oxygen to make water.
Ok. So if the universe began 14billion(?) years ago, and even if we were travelling away from the BangPoint at the speed of light, the furthest away from universal center we could be would be 14billion light years. Right?