posted on Jan, 8 2013 @ 11:27 AM
Originally posted by phishyblankwaters
Will gravity be the same 10,000 years from now? We don't know. All signs point to the force of gravity being a static force since a few billionths
of a second after the big bang, and nothing so far suggests that's going to change.
Which of course, is pure and utter nonsense ... gravity is not a known phenomenon, it's an unknown that has been calculated to be linear, through
There are various degrees of indescrepencies, irregularities and errors in gravity ... although it serves the purpose of pragmatic use ... and please,
don't start talking about the god particle.
Nothing in this Universe is constant ... nor ever has been. We only "think" it's a constant, because we are only living a fraction of a
microsecond of the Universe time.
But basically it's like this, NOTHING can happen in the Universe, unless it's CONSTANTLY occurring. That is, if there was a BIG BANG, it means
it's still occurring, and is occurring ALL AROUND YOU. There is nothing in nature, that JUST HAPPENS, and then stops to occurr. This assumption, is