posted on Nov, 15 2013 @ 01:16 AM
reply to post by Bedlam
I studied this first in Philosophy class, then reading meta-physics online and epstilogical understandings, then finally through some science all
proving this untrue.
It lies in a belief that was proven false by quantum theorists dating back to Einstein with the Uncertainty Principle.
The belief was the question of universal stability vs. expansion and contraction.
I took no side for the issue but listened and read.
I discussed it through many metaphors with teachers and scholars, some funny.
My conclusion is the the same as main stream, the universe constantly contracts and expands to some uncertain level.
With Einstein's theory of Relativity E=MC^2 taken as a closed system of energy and mass within the universe, the ratio of energy and mass is
Matter is not created universally to stabilize and sustain constance of the speed of light, or any variable to a definitive degree, thanks to the
fallibility clause of non objective perspective and measurement therefore, the speed of light is not a definitive constant, but an accepted range
considered one value.