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(just what is the plural of universe anyway?)
Originally posted by googolplex
reply to post by Extralien
Mulipule Universes, Mupitle Bangs. Once time is nolong a factor you could have googols of Bangs occuring in what would seem the same instant.
Some would be very close as to be very similar, others would have drastic difference.
What is really funny is that all of this has already occurred, the Universe is like a fluid that moves and changes with your thought.
Like the saying oh you think your center of universe, everything revolves around you, maybe it does there is more than enough Universes to go around.
It would even be conservation of energy, because really there is none.
You could be in your Universe not knowing, yours over laps someone elses Universe.
If you notice a lot of people are talking about this now, positive thought change the direction you are going.
This is like Movie Sphere we are still within the singlarity, but unaware of fact.
Indians almost all believe Bigfoot is a non-physical creature. Some Indian tribes mention that they have seen the creature transform into a wolf. Some say he is a shape shifter, who can change his form at will to many creature or inanimate forms to blend with his surroundings or fulfill his needs, which explains why only a few have been seen.
Others think that these creatures live in another dimension from the physical plane, but can come here as they desire. Indians also believe Bigfoot has great psychic abilities, reports of sightings show the creature can be visible to some people, while at the same time remain invisible to others in the same group. There are many reports from non-Indians who saw the creature after a UFO sighting. And others that have searched for, and researched Bigfoot for years are coming to the conclusion that the creature is a spiritual being, because he can appear or disappear at will.
Originally posted by sunny_2008ny
reply to post by letthereaderunderstand
If gravity was a force
Isnt gravity real time. Look at light, it takes 8 minutes to travel to earth, but gravity is "real time" and instantaneous, there is no time lag. How do you explain that? Gravity exerts it's force on us and hence we have weights. But the "force" exerted by the Sun on the planets, earth on moon etc results in the orbits of these bodies. Isnt gravity a force then?
Originally posted by letthereaderunderstand
reply to post by sunny_2008ny
Dark matter does not exist and gravity is the original meaning of weight. It's not a force, it's simply weight. (example: Hey so and so, what is your gravity in lbs meaning "how much do you weight in pounds?")
If gravity was a force, then it would change dramatically with density of an object as if you could add more invisible force in proportion to the density that the "graviton" is packed in then it would stand, but science is not needed to know this, only bowling balls....lol
If you have a 1 ton brick of lead and a 1 ton boulder, though the size may change, one ton is one ton. The brick of lead may be way smaller then the stone, but they have the same gravity. If gravity were an outside variable, then the force acting on the lead as opposed to the stone, and vice versa would vary, but that is not the case.
This is because gravity is the warping of spacetime around mass. The more mass an object has, the more it warps spacetime and the greater the gravitational attraction it exerts. The usual analogy is to imagine a bowling ball on a water bed.
Travel by bubble might seem more appropriate for witches in Oz, but two physicists suggest that a future spaceship could fold a space-time bubble around itself to travel faster than the speed of light. We're talking about the very distant future, of course.
The idea involves manipulating dark energy — the mysterious force behind the universe's ongoing expansion — to propel a spaceship forward without breaking the laws of physics.