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  1. Something like this? What are your thoughts on this?
  2. I tend to lean towards forever, however physicists seem to shy away from the infinite, I have come up with 2 rules for dealing with infinity: 1. Any quantity that is a factor of infinity approaches infinity. 2. Any quantity that is not a factor of infinity approaches zero. And no I am not disagreeing with established theory at all. If you graph time v space this way and play with limits of x I think you will begin to understand the relationship of time and space. I am limited in posting until tomorrow, perhaps then I can discuss in more detail.
  3. Try this let x=time and y=space, graph this function as y = 1/x^2. Does time have a beginning? Give x limits of infinity... Does hthe universe exist 1 nanosecond ago? I am out of posts, so this will have to do. This is simply a graph of the inverse square law.
  4. I am not contesting GR, rather I believe I am exploring the implications. I am limited in my posts today, so please ponder these things until I am in a better position to respond. 1. The inverse square law is not an explanation, it is a mathematical description. 2. Einsteins curved space is outside our sphere of perception. We do not see the earth getting larger relative to anything because everything is expanding at an accelerating rate. We perceive it however as gravity.
  5. https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=http://www.physicsoftheuniverse.com/topics_relativity_gravity.html&ved=0ahUKEwj8qP_CsKjQAhXF8CYKHVB4BuoQFggiMAI&usg=AFQjCNFoZ0VAajz0-iguZBJ3JulwI8eULw&sig2=aPK8XwO0wYPKOinIP9-8Ow
  6. Einstein stated that gravity and acceleration must be the same force, I can only see one way this is possible... Everything is expanding, this seems ridiculous at first, however I have been giving it a lot of thought for many years and I am ready to answer questions.
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