posted on May, 31 2008 @ 05:42 PM
I'll answer just a few of those questions as I am not able to answer all of them.
Motion: Is not infinite in the sense that it does not expand everywhere but has a topology and in theory is eternal until an external force (another
motion if you wish) perturbates it. In the beginning the universe may have been in an inert state until the first motion triggered all other forces. I
don't know the theory of big bang in depth but it kind of explains this.
I would have believed motion is the superstructure of the cosmos but not since I frequented ATS. Why? Because motion depends on time and I have seen
many members state why time does not exist and it is only a reference. Therefore, motion is only a reference to describe something more important.
Energy: I cannot conclude if energy is infinite or not. If you see the formulas, electromagnetism and gravity have an infinite radius of perturbance,
in which the further the object, the lesser the force, but I don't know if that is an indication of infinity. It is eternal according to the
conservation of energy. Energy may be the foundation of the cosmos as it creates force and movement.
Matter: No idea. All I know about matter is the effects energy has over it. It should not be infinite unless it is in constant generation which would
violate the conservation af matter. It is eternal.
[edit on 31-5-2008 by Halicarnassus]